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On December 4, thousands of dedicated runners and walkers hit the streets of Memphis for the St. Jude Memphis Marathon, Half Marathon, Memphis Grizzlies House 5K and St. Jude Memphis Family Race and Kids Marathon. This was the third consecutive year the marathon, half marathon and 5K sold out in advance. This year’s event attracted a record number of 16,500 participants. More than 4,000 of those participating went the extra mile as St. Jude Heroes – raising funds with donations from family, friends and co-workers through the St. Jude Heroes program. Including the Heroes program, the event raised more than $2.8 million for the kids of St. Jude.
This was also the second year for the marathon and half marathon routes to run through the center of the St. Jude campus. As runners entered the campus from the west gate at Third Street, they were greeted with rocking tunes from The Mighty Electric St. Jude Band. St. Jude patients, families and volunteers lined the street to show their support by cheering participants on with hand-made signs, free high-fives and booming thunder sticks. The route continued on, winding throughout Downtown and Midtown Memphis streets lined with on-lookers and bystanders, cheering enthusiastic rally cries of encouragement for walkers and runners alike.
This year’s event winners were Peter Kemobi of Hebron, Kentucky, finishing the men’s marathon with a time of 2:26:29. Leah Thorvilson of Little Rock, Arkansas, took the women’s marathon with a finish at 2:40:20. The winner of the half marathon went to Joshua McAdams of Cordova, Tennessee, with a time of 1:08:01. Rachel Best of Memphis, Tennessee, won the women’s half marathon with a finish at 1:28:36.