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Relay, solo run set for April 6

The annual Washington State University 100K Relay and Solo Run, a scenic 62-mile loop tour of the Palouse and Snake River Canyon, will be April 6.

Relay teams consist of up to 10 people running distances from four to nine miles. Team relay categories include open category (any gender, mix or age), masters category (those 40 years and over), the all-women category, and mixed men and women.

The race begins and ends at the Hollingbery Fieldhouse on the WSU campus. Solo racers start at 6 a.m., teams start in waves beginning at 7:30 a.m.

There is still an opportunity to participate in the event, race organizers said. For more information, call (800) 942-4978, (509) 335-3530, or view the WSU 100K run website

Proceeds from the run benefit the American Cancer Society.

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