Daniel Kemoi made history after winning the Blue Cross Broad Street Run for the second time in two years.
Daniel Kemoi made history at the 2019 Blue Cross Broad Street Run by becoming the first racer in more than a decade to get back-to-back first place finishes.
Dawn Armentani said yes after her now-fiancé Alex Pavlidis got down on bended knee and proposed at the end of the 2019 Blue Cross Broad Street Run.
This was Susan Jerotich's first Blue Cross Broad Street Run. She said the rain slowed the course a little, but she was focused on finishing strong.
It's a familiar event for the Blue Cross Broad Street Run: Watching wheelchair champion Tony Nogueira cross the finish line first.
It was a wet 2019 Blue Cross Broad Street Run, but the winners said they were happy with their times, including men's winner Daniel Kemoi, women's winner Susan Jerotich and wheelchair winner Tony Nogueira.
A runner stops along the race course of the Blue Cross Broad Street Run and tells NBC10 why this race is so special.
Above, watch a 360-degree view of the Blue Cross Broad Street Line finish line. During the race, this 360-degree camera was streamed live.
The 40th annual Blue Cross Broad Street Run will be held on Sunday, May 5, 2019. You can watch the race LIVE on NBC10 or Telemundo62 starting at 7:30 a.m.!
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