Broad Street Run

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Broad Street Run.

The annual Blue Cross Broad Street Run is a 10-mile, point-to-point course running from North Philadelphia to the Philadelphia Navy Yard on the Delaware River waterfront in South Philadelphia.

Participants pass many of the city’s most important landmarks along the way, including Temple University, City Hall, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, The Avenue of the Arts and the Philadelphia stadium complex.

Expect record-breaking times and a field of more than 35,000 runners on this USATF-certified course, which rates as one of the fastest in the country by Runner’s World magazine. The race finishes inside the Philadelphia Navy Yard.

Note:  The above descriptive information came from this page at Visit Philly.

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