Saturday, March 28, 2015

Broad Street Run

The first runners will take off for the 2015 Independence Blue Cross Broad Street Run in Philadelphia at 8 a.m. on May 3, 2015. Check out race photos, interviews with the winners, and profiles of inspiring local runners.

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If this is your first time at Broad Street, this plan won't give you record breaking speed, but it will help you meet your goal of crossing the finish line!
Don't miss the 3rd annual Healthy Trails 5K in Tacony Creek Park on Sunday, April 19 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. As an extra bonus, you can get a Broad Street Run bib as part of your registration. It is a first come, first-serve basis.
Once again, the Broad Street Run 10 Miler field has been chosen - with a few more broken hearts this year.
The confirmation e-mails arrived early Tuesday, while the snow still fell, and thousands of credit cards were charged $43. Those coveted bibs - 40,000 in all - for the annual Broad Street Run were distributed through a lottery. Now, for the not-so-lucky, the chase for a spot in the May 3 race begins.
You can run or you can hide. 2015 Broad Street Run registration opened Sunday and for the next 11 days you have to choose. Do I stay or do I go? For...
This year’s Broad Street Run lottery. Winners were announced this morning around 5 a.m. so check your inbox or your bank account to see if you were charged the registration fee of $43 today.
Philadelphia sports teams may be down in the dumps, but that won't stop at least one annual parade from rolling down Broad Street.
Einstein Healthcare Network still has bibs but you have to commit to either making a donation to or raising money for the Albert Einstein Society.
While you are in the marathon frame of mind this weekend, make sure you set yourself a reminder that the lottery for the 2015 Blue Cross Broad Street Run opens Sunday, February 1st and closes Friday, February 13th.
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