Thousands Participate This Morning In Komen L.A. County Race For the Cure

Thousands of people laced them up this morning to partake in Susan G. Komen’s Los Angeles County Race for the Cure, raising funds to support vital local breast health services and national research to find cures.

Of the funds raised, 75 percent will go toward health services, while 25 percent will be dedicated to research., according to CBS LA.

This year’s race took place at Dodger Stadium and began with a 10K at 8:30 a.m., followed by the 5K at 9 a.m. with a record amounts of attendees and more than 300 survivors in attendance.

Race day is finally here! #RFTC2017

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People have many reasons to participate today. This is one. #RFTC2017

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They are bold, fearless, and more. They are survivors! #RFTC2017

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See you at the finish line, 10k participants! #RFTC2017

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The 5k has begun! #RFTC2017

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