Thousands participate in 2018 Susan G Komen Race for the Cure

Team 12 at the Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure

Runners take part during the start of the 5K race in the 2018 Susan G. Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pa. Sunday, May 13, 2018.

The first Komen Twin Cities race was held back in 1993 with 2,500 cancer survivors, friends and loved ones.


In its 28th year, the race aims to raise awareness about breast cancer and offer support to survivors.

Race events include a 5K Women's and Men's Wheelchair Race, a 5K Women's & Men's Combined Run, a 1K Walk and a 5K Walk. To date, Komen events nationwide have raised more than $2.5 billion for breast cancer research and life-saving community programs.

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