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35th Annual Glass City Marathon

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Volunteers battle the wind in the early hours to put up the inflatable starting line during the Glass City Marathon.

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Carol Cierniak, of Toledo tries to warm up before getting on the starting line for the half marathon.

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David Black waves an American flag during the National Anthem prior to the start of the Glass City Marathon.

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Tom Falvey, center, holds the U.S. flag before the crowd of runners set to take off.

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The 5K runners take off at the start of the Glass City Marathon. Louis Pablo Guardiola, left, #5612, of Fremont, came in first place.

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5K runners set their pace.

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Volunteers Brittany Atkinson, left, and Chelsea Knapp, right, of Liberty Center, joke around before the racers begin crossing the finish line.

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Louis Guardiola, from Fremont, crosses the finish line to take first place in the 5K run.

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Yumiko Ralston, keeps her daughter Erika Ralston, warm while waiting for her husband to cross the finish line.

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Alison Thomas was the first female to cross the finish line in the 5K.

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First time runners Nita McDaniel, and her daughter Tiffany McDaniel, of Sylvania cross the finish line together.

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First time runner Nita McDaniel, left, hugs her daughter and running partner Tiffany McDaniel after crossing the finish line.

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Julius Kiptoo, Kenya native and current Toledo resident, crosses the finish line to take first place in the half marathon.

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Jennifer Bigham, of Rochester, N.Y., crosses the finish line first for the half marathon female runners.

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Jared Okoneski, left, and his wife Kelly Okoneski, right, of Perrysburg run across the finish line in the half marathon with their daughter Brooklyn, 4, who joined them for the final 100 yards of the race.

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Richard Biggins ofToledo crosses the finish line as the first wheel chair in from the race during the Glass City Marathon.

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R.P. White of Ypsilanti crosses the finish line to take first place in the full marathon.

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From left, Jill Hoppenjans, Liz Adams, back, Tracy Hoppenjans, and Andrew Hoppenjans, 10, of Toledo, cheer on their grandmother as she crosses the finish line in the 5K.

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Shanna Istnick, 32, of Kent, comes in first for the female marathon runners.

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