Race for the Cure draws thousands to Oklahoma City’s Bricktown
An estimated 20,000 people participated Saturday in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Oklahoma City.
The chill of autumn and gusts of cold wind Saturday didn’t deter runners as they made their way across Mickey Mantle Drive in Bricktown for Oklahoma City’s 19th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
“It beats having cancer,” Cami Boggs, daughter of breast cancer survivor Peggy Uglean said about running in the cold.
In more ways than one, the race helps to beat the disease....
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