Huge Turnout For Senior Bowl Charity Run

Huge Turnout For Senior Bowl Charity Run

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MOBILE, Alabama -  Nearly 5,000 runners took part in the 26th annual Wells Fargo Senior Bowl Charity Run in downtown Mobile this (Saturday) morning.

In the 10k, John Bingham of Mobile came in 1st with a time of 30:28.
It was his fourth win in the past 6 years.

The women's overall winner in the 10k was Leanna Guinn of Mobile with a time of 39:07. It was her first 10k.

Race organizers say more than 2,600 of the participants were students, teachers and parents taking part in the 1 mile fun run through the Charity

Run School Program, which will generate more than $10,000 for area schools.

The 2 winners, 11-year old Isabella Valencuela from Semmes Middle School and 7-year old Chris Cupp from Bryant High School, will be recognized on the field during the Reese's Senior Bowl January 25th.
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