Miles for Moffitt raises $1 million for cancer research

Many of the people who took part in this year's event had personal reasons to run.

TAMPA - The 12th annual Miles for Moffitt event raised more than $1 million for cancer research.

Thousands of runners ran through the University of South Florida’s campus in Saturday morning’s races, which included a 5K, 10K, a wheelchair race, a one-mile fun run and a kids’ dash.

The event has raised more than $3.2 million since 2011 to fund cancer research at the Moffitt Cancer Center, according to organization’s website.

Participants, volunteers and organizers used #MilesForMoffitt on social media to document the event.

Photo Gallery: Miles for Moffitt raises $1 million

10News had several participants in Saturday’s event:

·        10K: Rob Finnerty, Grant Gilmore, Noah Pransky, Jennifer Titus Ashley Batey and Samantha Mitchell

·        5K: Allison Kropff, Mark Rivera and Liz Crawford

Go to Miles for Moffitt’s website for more information.

Editor’s Note: WTSP 10News is a sponsor of Miles for Moffitt

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