CINCINNATI - More than 33,000 people will participate in the Flying Pig Marathon and related events this weekend. Here's a look at Cincinnati's signature race by the numbers:
- 2 semi-truck size dumpsters
- 3 forklifts
- 4 phone lines
- 6 DJs
- 9 TV cameras
- 11 golf carts
- 12 ambulances
- 16 countries represented
- 29 cots
- 32 fluid stations
- 48 buses
- 150 recycling boxes
- 370 folding chairs
- 382 medical personnel
- 465 eight-foot-long tables
- 495 portable toilets
- 800 trash bags
- 2,000 bandages
- 2,280 gallons of Gatorade
- 4,000 pounds of ice
- 5,378 total course volunteers
- 6,000 bagels
- 10,000 donuts
- 18,000 Gogurts
- 20,000 granola bars
- 31,000 finisher medals (includes Piglet participation medals)
- 36,000 bottles of water
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