Keith Gifford, a Clayton resident, high-fives spectators waiting at the finish line during the Ironman race on June 1 in Raleigh. Shop owners affected by the Ironman and other races are asking the city to consider other routes.
Keith Gifford, a Clayton resident, high-fives spectators waiting at the finish line during the Ironman race on June 1 in Raleigh. Shop owners affected by the Ironman and other races are asking the city to consider other routes. jhknight@newsobserver.com
Keith Gifford, a Clayton resident, high-fives spectators waiting at the finish line during the Ironman race on June 1 in Raleigh. Shop owners affected by the Ironman and other races are asking the city to consider other routes. jhknight@newsobserver.com

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