Sunday, July 9, 2017

Winners


She won the Red Dress Race for Women last year, too, and did so this year with an even more convincing lead.  Brittany Heninger is a 28-year old former UConn runner with a doctorate in physical therapy.  The second place runner finished 29 seconds behind her.


The race supports heart health for women and draws a lot of runners.


Not content with being photographed as they ran past, this tiara-crowned mother 
and two daughters stopped to wave.

13 comments:

Stefan Jansson said...

Great idea for a race. They could have used that at the race i shot yesterday!

Kate said...

What joyful, happy photos! Have a happy week-end, Jack.

RedPat said...

Love the family in tutus, Jack!

Taken For Granted said...

Jack, we do need to talk. You need to stop associating with all these fast women. (Good for them supporting a most worthy cause.)
Thank you for looking and your recent comments on my blog. You gave me a big smile this morning.

Sharon Anck said...

Now that looks like a fun race to participate in. I'm sending a little wave back to that royal trio.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I'd like to say I used to run like that.. but I was brought up not to tell fibs 😊 Aren't they all fabulous Jack!

jennyfreckles said...

That's looks a lot of fun, dressing up and all.

bill burke said...

A fun run for a great cause. Nice photos Jack!

Michelle said...

Nice to see people out supporting the cause.

Bob Crowe said...

Nice sequence. Young and old, all with a common goal.

Kay said...

Looks like a great race. Now I wonder: if women had worn tutus and tiaras back when I was a tad younger, would I have run? Naaah.

Linda said...

Ha, I love the tutus! Fun to see!

William Kendall said...

That is creative!