Race For The Cure 2012

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2012 St. Louis Koman Walk for the Cure
Over 50 thousand walkers and runners move westward on Olive Street during the 2012 Koman Walk for the Cure in St. Louis on June 23, 2012. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
UPI/Bill Greenblatt
UPI/Bill Greenblatt
2012 St. Louis Koman Walk for the Cure
Fans swarm to say hello to St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford before the start of the 2012 Koman Walk for the Cure in St. Louis on June 23, 2012. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
DSCN1667 The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
DSCN1663 The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
DSCN1665 The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
Charlie the Tortoise from Petropolis takes part in the walk portion of the 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23. The event drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
Charlie the Tortoise Charlie the Tortoise from Petropolis takes part in the walk portion of the 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23. The event drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
Save the Pucks The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
DSCN1666 The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
DSCN1670 The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
DSCN1662 The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
DSCN1657 The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
DSCN1659 The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
DSCN1671 The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
Komen 2012 The 2012 Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure event in downtown St. Louis on June 23 drew more than 50,000 participants, including breast cancer survivors wearing specially-designed pink t-shirts. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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