Hip Hop 5K for Hip Dysplasia Awareness (photos)

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Messenger photos by Rick Palsgrove
Amy Lee of Canal Winchester nears the finish line during the Hip Hop 5K for Hip Dysplasia Awareness held at Roger Hanners Park in Canal Winchester on Sept. 15. Lee won the race with a time of 22:20. When asked if the course offered up any surprises, Lee said, “Just the heat. It’s hot for September.” The Hip Hop 5K Run/Walk was created to aid in promoting awareness and fundraising to assist the International Hip Dysplasia Institute in finding better and more efficient methods of diagnosis. As well as some less invasive forms of treatment to hopefully minimize the severe physical and mental repercussions of hip dysplasia.
Runners at the start of the Hip Hop 5K for Hip Dysplasia Awareness.
Runners cheer prior to the start of the Hip Hop 5K for Hip Dysplasia Awareness.

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