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Nearly 900 runners and walkers came out to Belterra Park Cincinnati on Saturday, September 14, 2019 for our 12th prostate cancer run to benefit ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer.
You can find your results at: timingspot.com
|1st – Melanie Pliskin||1st – Benjamin Turner||1st – Rick Witte|
|2nd – Melissa Helton||2nd – Jake Vandermosten||2nd – Steve Morehouse|
|3rd – Brooke Edwards||3rd – Jay Klosterman||3rd – David Jones|
Cash prizes for our 1st place finishers in each category were based on starting bell time and received $250 each, plus a gift card to TriState Running Group.
5 random winners were also selected and received $100 each and a gift card to TriState Running Group.
Thanks to the hundreds of volunteers who worked together to plan, set up, and run the event. Without you we couldn’t produce one of the best races in Cincinnati!
And, thank you to all of our sponsors whose financial support made this event possible.
If you or someone you love is facing prostate cancer, please visit ZERO’s website to learn more about advocacy and support: ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer.
Thank you to all of our sponsor!
|Survivor Breakfast||Winner’s Circle|
Net profits benefit ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer.
Learn more at www.zerocancer.org.
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