A great day for a 5K

Posted 11/28/17

Sunshine and temperatures in the 70s made for the perfect day for a Turkey Day 5K. Thousands of residents from across the Front Range region spent Thanksgiving morning running or walking a 3.1-mile …

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A great day for a 5K

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Sunshine and temperatures in the 70s made for the perfect day for a Turkey Day 5K. Thousands of residents from across the Front Range region spent Thanksgiving morning running or walking a 3.1-mile loop that started and finished in Highlands Ranch at Shea Stadium, 3270 Redstone Park Circle. The course served participants of all levels and ages, as well as baby strollers and four-legged friends.

Jason Kearns, 26, of Centennial, came in first place at 15 minutes and 53 seconds. In second place was Taylor Whitmore, 25, from Cheyenne, Wyoming, at 17 minutes and 39 seconds. Tucker Horan, 22, of Colorado Springs, came in third place at 17 minutes and 42 seconds.

The annual event is hosted by the Highlands Ranch Chamber of Commerce.

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