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If you haven't heard of The Color Run you may be missing out. As part of the latest craze of themed runs, the Color Run is of course about color. Lots of color. A short 5 kilometer zip around various cities across the U.S., the run pits you against yourself, and buckets of powdered and brightly colored dye. Parcipiants get pelted with the stuff at a station every kilometer, and are treated to a fun filled "Color Party" at the end, where a huge dust cloud of color is created when runners throw their own packets into the air.
Sacramento was able to be witness to such a run Saturday, Aug. 4, with waves of runners moving through the course in the morning. Zipping in front of the Tower Bridge, between buildings in Old Sacramento, and on to the Docks Promenade, a light cloud cover gave participants spectacular lighting to run in. The run then took itself across the R Street Pedestrian Bridge, into neighborhoods and just by Southside Park, then north to 5th and Capitol where the grand finale party lay.
Make sure to check out the video below, for some fun slow-motion color running goodness.