This year, the Sunday Bloody Sunday 5K on Feb. 5 will replace the Super Bowl 5K in Highlands Ranch. Last year's race was full of snow and football team pride.
Participants in the Super Bowl 5K make their way through a snowy course Feb. 6 near Westridge Recreation Center in Highlands Ranch. Runners braved 28-degree tempertures and light snow for the first of the 2011 Highlands Ranch race series. Alex Sico and Lindsey Smith took first place respectively in the men's and women's categories. The next race in the series is the St. Patrick's Day 5K March 12. More information about the series can be found at www.highlandsranchrunseries.com. Photo by Courtney Kuhlen | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jon Johnson of Castle Rock nears the finish line of the Highlands Ranch Community Association Super Bowl 5K Feb. 6. Johnson said he was a big fan of Washington State and decided to deck himself out for the race. While Johnson opted for Washington State crimson, runners could be spotted gear ranging from shorts to full ski masks. Photo by Courtney Kuhlen | email@example.com
Race day for the Highlands Ranch Super Bowl 5K included fresh snow and cold tempertures. Photo by Courtney Kuhlen | firstname.lastname@example.org
Runners make their way through a snowy Super Bowl 5K course Feb. 6 near Westridge Recreation Center in Highlands Ranch. Photo by Courtney Kuhlen | email@example.com
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