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Before the feast, Cincinnati will run, walk in Thanksgiving Day Race downtown

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CINCINNATI –  Before feasting on turkey and all the trimmings, thousands of Greater Cincinnatians will run or walk in the 104th Thanksgiving Day Race downtown Thursday morning.

RELATED: Check downtown street closings below
RELATED: Check Metro bus detours at http://metrocincinnati.blogspot.com/

The 10K race starts at 9 a.m. and begins and ends on the plaza level at Paul Brown Stadium.

Race-day registration is $40.

Free parking for 4,000 is available in the surface parking lots D, E and F at the stadium.

See more details at http://www.thanksgivingdayrace.com.  

Downtown Street Closings

The  following streets will be closed between 8 a.m. and noon except as noted:

• Second Street: Closed east of Elm Street (closes at 6 a.m.)
• Vine Street: Closed between Freedom Way and Liberty Street
• Third Street: Closed between Walnut Street and Race Street
• Fourth Street: Closed between Walnut Street and Race Street
• Fifth Street: Closed between Race Street and Walnut Street
• Sixth Street: Closed between Walnut Street and Race Street
• Seventh Street: Closed between Race Street and Walnut Street
• Eighth Street: Closed between Walnut Street and Race Street
• Ninth Street: Closed between Walnut Street and Race Street
• Court Street: Closed between Walnut Street and Race Street
• Central Parkway: Closed between Race Street and Walnut Street
• Twelfth Street: Closed between Race Street and Walnut Street
• Thirteenth Street: Closed between Walnut Street and Race Street
• Fourteenth Street: Closed between Race Street and Walnut Street
• Liberty Street: Eastbound closed between Race Street and Reading Road
• Reading Road: Closed between Liberty Street and Eggleston Avenue
• Eggleston Avenue: Closed between Reading Road and E. Pete Rose Way
• E Pete Rose Way: Closed between Broadway and Eggleston Avenue
• Mehring Way: Closed between Johnny Bench Way and E. Pete Rose Way
• Elm Street: Closed between Second Street and Mehring Way
• Race Street: Closed south of Third Street
• Freedom Way: Closed between Walnut Street and Elm Street
• Taylor Southgate Bridge: Closed
• Clay Wade Bailey Bridge: Closed
 

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