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Hundreds turn out for Kiwanis Adventure Run

By JOHN GREGG, Correspondent, TB Reporter

Runners battled grass, dirt and sand over 5-mile and 5K courses.

DUNEDIN — Several hundred runners participated in the 7th Annual Kiwanis Adventure Run in Dunedin on Sunday.

The event, which featured 5-mile and 5K races, was held on Honeymoon Island and the courses traversed varied terrain including grass, dirt and sand.

The 5-mile event was won by 21-year-old Chad Zagacki, of St. Peterasburg, while Laure Blume, 50, of Pinellas Park, finished sixth overall and was the top female.

In the 5K race, 11-year-old Patric Murphy of Oldsmar took top honors in a time of 20:24 and Sarah Kleeman of Gainesvlle was the women’s champion.

Runners were treated to hot chocolate and an egg-and-pancake breakfast. The event was co-hosted by Dunedin Kiwanis Foundation and the Friends of the Islands Park, a volunteer organization whose main objective is to help support the goals of Honeymoon Island State Park and Caladesi Island State Park.

The Dunedin Kiwanis Club will also co-host the popular Kiwanis-Virginia Street Dermatology Midnight Run on July 3 and July 4. Registration for that event is open. Google Kiwanis Midnight Run 2016. 

For Adventure Run results, visit and click on recent results on the right side of the page.

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