Hundreds Participate in Color Race for Children with Cancer
Photo provided by Notus Sports
Some runners in Charlottesville got a fun dose of color Saturday morning to benefit children with cancer.
Notus Sports partnered with Dance Marathon to host the Color for Kids 5K Race at the University of Virginia. More than 300 people were covered with a rainbow of paint while running to support the UVA Children's Hospital and Children's Miracle Network.
The event also featured a disc jockey for post-race dancing.
Kids five and under were able to race for free.
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