Runners get “color bombed” as they approach the finish line during a different color race in Raleigh in October 2012.Runners are pelted with colored corn starch as they run the course, and deluged at the finish line.
Runners get “color bombed” as they approach the finish line during a different color race in Raleigh in October 2012.Runners are pelted with colored corn starch as they run the course, and deluged at the finish line. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Runners get “color bombed” as they approach the finish line during a different color race in Raleigh in October 2012.Runners are pelted with colored corn starch as they run the course, and deluged at the finish line. cliddy@newsobserver.com

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