PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Nearly 7,000 runners crossed the finish line on Sunday at the 46th annual Great Race.
That included a group of runners who have run in every race since it began.
The race is a tradition in Pittsburgh and the largest 10k race in Pennsylvania.
Our very own Chris Hoffman emceed the event and participated in it as well, along with our photographer Brian Smithmyer.
The race began in 1977 when former Pittsburgh Mayor Richard S. Caliguiri wanted to establish a community fun run and in the years since it began, nearly a half-million people have been part of the race and it remains one of the city's longest-running races.
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