Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: More than 1,500 runners in 2019 Rhody Run

PORT TOWNSEND — About 1,550 runners took off Sunday in the 2019 Rhody Run at Fort Worden State Park.

The annual race attracts runners of all ages and abilities from around the state and Canada and included an elite runner from Ethiopia, Taye Babeker Tirfea, who went on to win the male division of the 12K and the overall 12K with a time of 37:37. Caleb Minor won the 6K with a time of 22.21.

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