PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia’s Broad Street Run has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Jim Kenney announced Monday. The 10-mile race originally scheduled for May will now take place on Oct. 4.
Registration will automatically transfer unless the runner wishes to transfer it. The normal $15 transfer fee will be waived.READ MORE: Philadelphia Students Finding Comfort In Rec Centers Again Amid Gun Violence Epidemic
Race organizers and @PhiladelphiaGov have decided to postpone the 2020 @ibxrun10 to October 4, 2020. Thank you for your support and understanding during this time and please stay safe. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/RdV92lMHZi
— IBX Broad Street Run (@IBXRun10) March 23, 2020READ MORE: 'I Thought I Was Done': Residents Of Trevose Mobile Home Park Pick Up The Pieces After EF-3 Tornado
Runners can also defer their registration until the Broad Street Run in 2021.MORE NEWS: Pirates' Crowe, 2 Relievers 1-Hit Phillies, End 4-Game Skid
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