Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in New York, September 9, 2018

September 9 | 8:14 AM EST
Introductory comments at Hope Village, pre-race
September 9 | 8:15 AM EST
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Susan G. Komen CEO, Linda McNeil Tantawi introduces Dr. Kevin Kalinsky, winner of the Physician of Impact Award for his dedication to making advancements in thereapeutic options for breast cancer patients.
September 9 | 8:19 AM EST
A moment of silence for those lost to breast cancer quiets the early morning crowd as finishing touches are made to starting line.
September 9 | 8:22 AM EST
Breast Cancer survivors line up for a photo at the starting line at Hope Village
September 9 | 8:26 AM EST
It's cold and rainy, but the runners and their fans are showing up in their bright pink apparel and the music is pumping. Timed runners start at 9am.
September 9 | 8:28 AM EST
CBS New York 2 is on site chatting with attendees
September 9 | 8:32 AM EST
The race/walk route
September 9 | 8:37 AM EST
Volunteers keep everyone moving the right direction at the right time.
September 9 | 8:41 AM EST
As the race date fell on Rosh Hashanah, Lillian Gewirtzman (not pictured), author and Holocaust survivor, joined the Start Line team to bless a special Rosh Hashanah challah from Zaro's Family Bakery (who were also onsite serving up challah slices!)
September 9 | 8:58 AM EST
Power 15 - top fundraisers cheer on the initial runners before joining their teams as they pass.
September 9 | 9:03 AM EST
Timed runners take off!
September 9 | 9:07 AM EST
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The Expo has booths and activities running throughout the event.
September 9 | 9:34 AM EST
Genomic Health is printing out photos tagged with #UntilEveryWomanKnows
September 9 | 9:36 AM EST
Women's Dermatologic Society is promoting free cancer screenings
September 9 | 9:38 AM EST
Row House is doing work out drills on stage
September 9 | 9:38 AM EST
Starbucks is pouring free samples
September 9 | 9:41 AM EST
September 9 | 9:41 AM EST
The Expo is packed with corporate sponsors with freebies and snacks
September 9 | 9:42 AM EST
Finishers entering the Expo are greeted with water bottles from volunteers and bananas from Girl Scouts
September 9 | 9:45 AM EST
Crossing the finish line
September 9 | 9:45 AM EST
Runners crossing the finish line
September 9 | 9:47 AM EST
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There's a rainy carnival atmosphere at The Expo, adrenaline highs and exhaustion from the runners meet a gauntlet of tents and tables of people handing out free bags, literature, snacks and more while music pumps from the work out demos on stage.
September 9 | 9:56 AM EST
September 9 | 9:57 AM EST
1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. 1 person is diagnosed every 2 minutes.
September 9 | 10:00 AM EST
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Tinkerbelle, the first official pup of the race
September 9 | 10:02 AM EST
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September 9 | 10:03 AM EST
Free pink turban wrapping
September 9 | 10:05 AM EST
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Independence Care System staff showed up to participate. They serve people with physical disabilities, making sure they can get access to the healthcare system.
September 9 | 10:17 AM EST
Volunteer Girl Scouts
September 9 | 10:18 AM EST
The Girl Scouts are out volunteering and distributing bananas and water to participants.
September 9 | 10:21 AM EST
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September 9 | 10:23 AM EST
Every minute somewhere in the world, a woman dies from breast cancer. That's more than 1400 women every day.
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Jason Naylor paints in the rain as runners pose for photos.

Topics

Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Breast cancer
Race for the Cure 2018
New York
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