Runners on Parade Start

Over 1,000 runners beginning the 3.1 mile race through downtown Fort Wayne.

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bear facts says............... says ... on Friday, Jul 16 at 8:43 AM

cheering spectators were far and few comparted to the start of the parade. Why? No publicity. TV gave the pole vault event more publicity then ROP. TV could have tape the event. "Not Really" have you ever volunteered for a well organized race?

Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Jul 14 at 10:26 PM

the race was awsome and my daughter loved it.......and so did we to watch.....she came in 2nd in her age group:)

Well... says ... on Wednesday, Jul 14 at 10:04 AM

If the race is such an inconvience for you, don't show up!

Agreed says ... on Monday, Jul 12 at 8:23 PM

Every year something seems to go wrong! Not good for being the biggest road race in the area.

Not Really says ... on Monday, Jul 12 at 8:03 PM

"The staff and director were on top of every detail." Computer glitch and no mega-phone at the start this year. Top 25 times and finishers were lost last year. Runner's were led the wrong way last year.

L says ... on Monday, Jul 12 at 11:10 AM

Runners on Parade was a well organized event. The staff and director were on top of every detail. It was a shame that the hundred of spectators waiting on the parade did not clap or cheer - come on, show some spirit! Great job!!

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