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Sunday, May 9, 2021

37th Icicle Ten Miler

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Traditionally a bone-cold day for a run, “Icicle” was a misnomer for Sunday’s race. Thanks to an unseasonably mild day, nearly 600 runners tackled the hilly ten mile course, which started and finished on Delaware Avenue. Proceeds from the annual race, which has long been a “must do” for area runners, benefitted the Mike Clark Legacy Foundation and the Central Y.

Photos by race director extraordinaire Wayne Kursh

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