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More than 200 people ran or walked in the Home Front Run on Saturday. (Photo by: Corey Rose)

Fun run on the Home Front

on October 17, 2011

More than 200 people ran or walked the Bay Trail at Marina Bay on Saturday as part of the Home Front Festival.

Runners and walkers had two options: 5k and 10k courses. The fastest man in the 5k run was 37-year-old Tim Stahler, and BZ Churchman, 49, was the fastest woman. In the 10k run, the champion Jack Wallace, 21, took less than 36 minutes. Emily Ferenzi, 31, was the women’s champion, taking about 39 minutes. The youngest “runner” was a two-month old baby Malcolm Chao. He completed the course in his mom’s stroller.

Entry to the Home Front fun run event cost $18-30 depending on age and time of registration. All the proceeds went to Hilltop YMCA Family youth fitness programs.

For more pictures and information on the running event, see the YMCA Home Front Run website.


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