Runners take off in the annual Law Day Run through downtown Belleville on Saturday morning. The 5K race featured three groups, or corrals, of runners, grouped according to their finishing times in previous races. There was also a wheelchair racer entered in the competition. This is Corral A, comprised of the fastest runners. At far right is the eventual winner, Jon Yoch of Collinsville, who finished with a time of 17:26. He is a member of the St. Louis Track Club. To the left, two racers down the front line, is his friend and training partner, Colby Garman, also of Collinsville, who finished second in the men's division.
Runners take off in the annual Law Day Run through downtown Belleville on Saturday morning. The 5K race featured three groups, or corrals, of runners, grouped according to their finishing times in previous races. There was also a wheelchair racer entered in the competition. This is Corral A, comprised of the fastest runners. At far right is the eventual winner, Jon Yoch of Collinsville, who finished with a time of 17:26. He is a member of the St. Louis Track Club. To the left, two racers down the front line, is his friend and training partner, Colby Garman, also of Collinsville, who finished second in the men's division. Tim Vizer News-Democrat
Runners take off in the annual Law Day Run through downtown Belleville on Saturday morning. The 5K race featured three groups, or corrals, of runners, grouped according to their finishing times in previous races. There was also a wheelchair racer entered in the competition. This is Corral A, comprised of the fastest runners. At far right is the eventual winner, Jon Yoch of Collinsville, who finished with a time of 17:26. He is a member of the St. Louis Track Club. To the left, two racers down the front line, is his friend and training partner, Colby Garman, also of Collinsville, who finished second in the men's division. Tim Vizer News-Democrat

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