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Broad Street Run

The first runners will push off the starting line for the 2014 Independence Blue Cross Broad Street Run in Philadelphia at 8:30 a.m. on May 4, 2014. Check out race photos, interviews with the winners, and profiles of inspiring local runners.

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Dr. Minn Saing, medical director for this year's Blue Cross Broad Street Run, offers a few tips to help you to the finish line on May 4.
While you head into your final push, here’s five important, but oftentimes over-looked, tips to keep in mind for the 35th Annual Broad Street Run.
Every time Margie Illenberger has crossed the Broad Street Run's finish line down at the Navy Yard, she has popped open a can of cold beer. She, usually with her brothers, has celebrated the 10-mile run this way for nine years.
More than 4,700 people who entered the lottery for the Broad Street Run did not get in this year, race director Jim Marino said. That's a lot of disappointed people who wanted to run the 10-miler on May 4. I've been shut out of races before, and I know it stinks.
Yesterday, the 2014 Broad Street Run lottery results were officially released. If you were lucky enough to win one of the coveted bib numbers, you'll...
Runners are finding out today whether they've gotten a spot in this year's Blue Cross Broad Street Run. The 10-mile race is using a lottery system to...
If you want to run the 2014 Independence Blue Cross Broad Street Run, you'll need to win the lottery. For the second year in a row, the Broad St. Run...
For the second consecutive year, the Blue Cross Broad Street Run will offer spots through a lottery system.
A little more than three hours after the first runners left the starting line this morning, I slowly started making my way to the exits of the Navy Yard...
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