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Portland’s 34th annual Thanksgiving Day 4-miler

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    Runners pack Congress Street early Thursday morning as they wait for the start of the Thanksgiving Day road race through downtown Portland. More than 1,500 people participated in the race.

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    Hundreds of runners bolt down Congress Street at the start of the 4-mile race through downtown Portland.

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    Runners streak down Congress Street at the start of the Thanksgiving Day road race.

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    Megan McDonald of South Portland slides a turkey hat onto her son, Ezio, after the 4-year-old completed the kids' race in Portland's 34th annual Thanksgiving Day 4-miler Thursday morning.

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    Andrew Bennison of Portland, Oregon, was the winner of the Thanksgiving Day road race in downtown Portland on Thursday morning. Bennison is in town visiting his sister for the holiday.

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    Kim Smith of Providence, R.I., checks her time after finishing as the winner of the women's division in Portland's Thanksgiving Day road race. Smith's husband is originally from the Portland area.

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