Bridge Run: For some, finishing the race is symbolic of overcoming other obstacles in life

Bridge Run: For some, finishing the race is symbolic of overcoming other obstacles in life

The Post and Courier | April 1, 2011 | By David Quick

They come from near and far. This pilgrimage is not for food, or fashion, or history, or art.

During this annual rite of spring since 1978, some tackle this obstacle of steep concrete to prove they have overcome their own obstacles.

Obesity. Cancer. An organ transplant. The loss of a loved one. The loss of a job. The loss of a limb.

They converge on a mission: to finish.

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