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Broad Street Run

The first runners took off 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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We've got a running problem in the city of Philadelphia, and I have an idea how to fix it.
An hour before the start of the race, J.P. Cappiello stood ready to go, immune to the morning chill but fighting the pre-run jitters.
On a beautiful Sunday morning in Philadelphia, over 40,000 runners took to the streets as part of the 2014 Independence Blue Cross Broad Street Run.
At 8 a.m. on Sunday, we were bunched in the Pink Corral — the final passel of the 40,000 Broad Street Run runners, alternately wiggling around...
Kaitlyn Foley got more than a medal at the finish line of the 35th annual Broad Street Run this Sunday!
Runners of all speeds and talents love the Broad Street Run.
I can already feel the wave coming: "Put a qualifying time on the Broad Street Run to get rid of all the slow runners."
The real winner at the Broad Street Run wasn't the guy who crossed the finish line first.
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