Runners lace up for area’s oldest half marathon

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2014 The Dayton River Corridor Classic WDTN/Matt Behrens

MORAINE, Ohio (WDTN) — Dozens of racers laced up Sunday, October 12th, to run Dayton’s oldest half marathon.
The Dayton River Corridor Classic kicked off its 38th year of fun at the Payne Recreation Center in Moraine.
A 5K was also part of the festivities.
More than 1,000 runners participated in 2013, but it’s still too soon to know how many ran this year’s race.
$5,000 worth of proceeds from the race will benefit three non-profit, driven by social media contest.

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