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Waving for a Classic

2011 race participants wave from last year, anticipating the 32nd Annual Peachtree City Classic to be run this weekend. The Classic actually consists of three different races: a women’s 5K, a men’s 5K, and the 15K open. All races are run on separate TAC-certified courses, and start and finish at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater Saturday, Oct. 20, along the scenic golf cart paths of Peachtree City. The race is unique in its use of paved cart paths. A Pre-Race Expo will be held at The Fred Brown Amphitheater Friday from 4:30 – 8:30 p.m., and a Race Day Expo will be held on Saturday from 7 – 11 a.m., also at The Fred. The Expos will include health and fitness products, sponsors, and selected vendors. Photo/Special.

 

 

 

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