Albert Park was a sea of roses as hundreds took on Middlesbrough’s Race for Life.
The runners finished the 10 km course on Sunday in the beautiful park, located just outside the city center.
There were masses in pink t-shirts as well as trendy tutus, face paint and headwear, including pink heads and cowboy hats.
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Competitors started the race next to the bandstand and made a double loop around the entire park before returning to the event site.
Crowds passed the fountain, tennis courts, and lower lake at the Mirador as they circled the course.
The race started Sunday at 11:30 am.
Some also competed in the 5K Run for Life on Sunday – a 5K Albert Park loop that started at 12:30 p.m.
David Rapson was the first to cross the finish line in just over 36 minutes.
The Lancashire man completed the 10km course by visiting his aunt who lives in Teesside.
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It is estimated that around 200 people walked, jogged or ran around the course.
Spectators including volunteers, dog walkers and families cheered on the competitors at the end of the Run for the Cure.
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