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The first runners cross the start line on Paul Robeson Place at 7:30 a.m.
Girls on the Run pass out water. Photo courtesy of Stella Rho.
Girls on the Run at their water station. Photo courtesy of Stella Rho.
The Stanley Avenue cheering section, supporting neighbors, Jess and Jeff. Photo courtesy of Sally Chrisman.
It wasn’t as cold as expected, but sit was still chilly. Some people came prepared.
This little doggie was prepared for the weather.
Port-a-potty row at Victory Village.
Chill cheerleaders on Vandeventer Avenue.
The first place female runner at mile 5. Photo by Volker Schroder.
Runner at mile 5. Photo by Volker Schroder.
Runners on Alexander. Photo by Volker Schroder.
Runners about to reach Alexander. Photo by Volker Schroder.
Jacquelyn Koetting Pillsbury of Lawrence stops for a photo op on Washington Road.
Kim Rizk of Jammin’ Crepes served up breakfast all morning for hungry spectators.
This spectator watched his dad cross mile 6 and then stayed to give out high fives to runners who passed by.
Runners reach Vandeventer Avenue.
Jim Firestone and Tina Clement cheer the runners on Vandeventer Avenue.
Runners on Washington Road.
Waiting for dad.
Lots of signs on Nassau Street as the runners reached Vandeventer Avenue. Run now, wine later was our favorite.
Runners on Franklin Avenue. Residents lined the streets of Princeton to cheer the runners on. Photo: Anna Schapiro.
Officers Chris Morgan, Tom Murray and Nick Sutter near the finish line.
Lori Weir Henderson smiles for the camera. Photo courtesy of Andi Ackerman.
Seen near the finish line.
Each runner received a medal after crossing the finish line.
Alex Ackerman of Princeton reaches the finish. He was one of two 13 year olds in the race. Photo courtesy of Andi Ackerman.
Brad Ackerman of Princeton reaches the finish line. His son, Alex, 13, also ran the race.
Son Alex and dad Brad Ackerman celebrate after crossing the finish line. Photo courtesy of Andi Ackerman.
Photo ops at the finish line.
County Freeholder Andrew Koontz shows off his medal after the race.
All smiles after the race.
Patriotism on display.
Elizabeth Casparian of HiTOPS and Trustee Chair Bill Schofield at Victory Village.
Signs to Hinds Plaza.
Albert Lee, 20, of Princeton University came in second place. He was one of more than 70 Princeton students who ran as part of “Team U”.
First Place female winner Denise Peterson of New York City.
First place finisher Michael Davis of Scotch Plains receives his award from U.S. Rep. Rush Holt.
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