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"It helps to know you're running for more than yourself," Kambestad mused from the far end of the finishing chute.
The field of 6,100 was typical for the Avera Race Against Breast Cancer, according to Jackie Haggar Tuschen, one of the directors, as were initial estimates of $375,000 raised by the event. If fundraising holds true to form from previous races, the event ultimately will bring in approximately $400,000 to be spent locally on breast cancer related services, Haggar Tuschen said.
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Haggar Tuschen said of the annual race: "It's amazing how it makes you feel and what a difference it makes in all the people's lives." She looked over the crowd swarming the expansive lawn of the Avera McKennan Fitness Center that served as race headquarters. "Everybody is in one place, and they're celebrating," she said.
Barry Hein took the 10K race in 38:12. Mark Schmidtbauer was second in 38:44.
"I don't even know," she admitted of how many times she has taken part. "Every year for a long time."
Back in the pack, there were priorities ahead of running fast.
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"We are so hoping tutus are the thing to be this year," Tricia Brummel, of Sioux Center, Iowa, said before the start. She and Renae Faver, of Rock Valley, Iowa, were doing the three mile walk modeling short, frilly skirts, and Brummel said most of her husband's 12 brothers and sisters and their families were taking part in the various Avera events.
training, to tour the demanding Avera course with its nearly mile long finishing hill on Southeastern Avenue in 16:48. He held off Bryan Rowenhorst, who finished in 17:54.
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Molly Clark won the women's race in 19:49, with Rhonda Anderson following in 20:47.
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Annika Svenningsen dances during the warmup Saturday at the Avera Race Against Breast Cancer, May 10, 2014. She participated in 13 Avera races before being diagnosed with breast cancer herself last year. She did the three mile walk in her 14th Avera event with a new focus.
she'd had no family history of breast cancer and was taken aback by her diagnosis.
He formerly ran as a member of the South Dakota State University track and cross country teams, graduating in 2011. As a Jackrabbit, he worked his 5,000 meter time on the track down to 14:35. When he taught at Patrick Henry, he said, he jogged through a couple of Avera races accompanying students. Saturday, though, he let the horses run. Kambestad retained enough of his collegiate fitness, bolstered by three to four miles of daily Ralph Lauren Sneakers Review
She needn't have worried about the tutus. They appeared to be the fashion statement du jour. Many competitors wore them. Indeed, most of the Poet team sported them below T shirts identifying the group as Tutus for Ta Tas. This included Lora Zwart, whose participation in Avera races outstripped her memory.
Jess Burchill won the women's 10K in 42:19, a time good for ninth place overall. Nicole Geraets was a close second in 42:30.
"The first year was hard," she said of competing at the Avera race after surviving cancer. "You've got to be strong, face it, make it through it. Fourteen years later, I'm still here."
Jackie Hagar Tuschen (right) leads survivors, on stage, and other participants in warming Saturday before the Avera Race Against Breast Cancer. He ran Saturday as a member of Team Crystal Wheeler. She is the mother of one of his Patrick Henry students and a breast cancer survivor. The whole surging river of mostly pink and gray clad runners flowing through the streets of eastern Sioux Falls neighborhoods was a mobile expression of the promise, "I've got your back." Everybody was part of a team, family, posse, gang, pack, crowd affiliated with someone afflicted by breast cancer. This wasn't just a race. It was personal.
"You see so many people here dealing with bigger things than running."
Jackie Westover of Brandon ran the 5K on Saturday. Her daughter, Courtney Westover of Brandon, and Sheryl Martens of Beresford walked the three mile. Jackie, a breast cancer survivor, marked her 14th Avera race. Martens, also a survivor, recorded her eighth. Until last year, though, they competed unattached.
"But now that I am in recovery, and I received the services and know what they are like, it's different. I feel like this is a chance to give something back."
"We surprised mom last year," Courtney Westover said. She arrived at the start to find the family clad in Team Jackie T shirts. These also were Saturday's uniform.
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