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Thousands attend Susan G. Komen St. Louis Race for the Cure

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Video: Cornbread talks to Mike Bush and Kay Quinn

Video: Mayor Slay, Sam Bradford and Julie Tristan kick off event

Video: Leisa Zigman speaks to Team Cardinals

Video: Pat & Jennifer play the bongos

Video: Sharon Korn, Komen St. Louis Race for the Cure co-chair

Video: Start of the wheelchair race

Video: Team Pam talks to Lesia Zigman and Rene Knott

Video: Crowd shot from the race course at Komen St. Louis Race for the Cure

Video: Breast cancer survivor Elizabeth Mannen

Video: Colby Lepresi wins men's race

Video: Meagan Hudson wins women's race

Video: Timed race begins

Video: Katie Sutton is first survivor to cross finish line

Video: David Grassi wins men's wheelchair race

Video: Lillie Thomas is 15 year survivor and volunteer

Video: Mayor Francis Slay talks with Mike Bush and Kay Quinn

Video: Cindy Preszler talks to man whose wife had breast cancer

Video: Nikko Smith talks to Kelly Jackson

Video: Breast cancer survivors Race for the Cure

Video: Komen St. Louis President Dede Hoffman speaks to KSDK

Video: Survivor's procession at Race for the Cure

Video: Sam Bradford talks to Mike Bush and Kay Quinn

Video: Chopper video of survivors

Video: 'Wish you were here' message to teammate's mom

Video: Leisa Zigman speaks to Team Cardinals

Video: Rene Knott speaks to women who painted their bodies

Video: Daniel Ludeman of Wells Fargo Advisors

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  • St. Louis (KSDK) - Saturday was the 14th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in St. Louis, and it was a success!

    PHOTOS - Komen St. Louis Race for the Cure 2012

    There were 51,183 participants in downtown St. Louis this year, and 3,217 of those participants are breast cancer survivors.  So far the race has raised $2.46 million for breast cancer research and prevention. Seventy five percent of that money stays right here in St. Louis.

    This year there are 770 teams, and as of Friday, more than $2.45 million has been raised through Race for the Cure, and 75 percent of that stays right here in St. Louis to fund screening, treatment, education, and support programs.

    Fundraising continues through July. To make an online donation, click here.  NewsChannel 5 also hosted a phone bank from 6 a.m. until 10 a.m. to raise money for the cause.

    The race's fundraising program individual winner this year is Bridget DuMont of Bridget's Brigade. She raised over $15,000 and was given the opportunity to officially start the race, but she turned that honor over to the second highest individual fundraiser, Tara Boland, who is pregnant and currently battling breast cancer.

    The largest team this year is Team Breadhead, which consists of 4,600 participants that raised $189,200.

    The largest races this year were in Rome (50,000+) and Columbus, Ohio (44,000).

    Click here to submit your own Race for the Cure photos to our gallery!

    Winners of the races:
    Male wheelchair winner: David Grassi from Ballwin, Missouri, with a time of 8:30
    Female wheelchair winner: Sandy Daley with a time of 19:43
    Female survivor winner: Katie Sutton from Kirkwood, Missouri, with a time of 19:29
    Male winner: Colby Lepresi from Geneva, New York, with a time of 16:38
    Female winner: Meagan Hudson from Crystal City, Missouri, with a time of 18:36
    First two women to walk and cross the finish line together: Norma Kelley from Fenton and Kay Cherry from Wentzville


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