The 39th Annual Fifth Third River Bank Run took place in downtown Grand Rapids, Mich. on Saturday, May 14, 2016.
The largest 25K road race in the world returned to the streets of Grand Rapids on Saturday, May 14.
Saturday morning will be chilly for runners and downright cold for spectators.
A Holland father trained for an NBC competition and partnered with myTEAM TRIUMPH to push his daughter in the River Bank Run.
Kristi Kinzler will be remembering the fifth anniversary of her husband’s sudden death during Saturday’s Fifth Third River Bank Run.
Last October, Craig Alguire was exercising on a bicycle in his basement when he suddenly felt like he couldn’t talk.
The granddaughter of one of the men who helped make the Fifth Third River Bank Run a reality will be running in the 10K race on Saturday.
A Grand Rapids man who feared his running days were over will be back toeing the race line Saturday, thanks to a stranger’s gift.
He calls himself the “tutu man.” But for Robert Woldhuis, there’s a much deeper meaning behind his running outfit.
A man fighting an extremely rare neurological disorder is using the largest 25K road race in the world to get back in the game.
Kara Eagle has never considered herself a runner, but too many heartbreaking walks down animal shelter hallways has changed that.
The largest 25K road race in the country is set for Saturday.
The largest 25k road race in the country is returning to Grand Rapids with some changes.
Runners participating in the Fifth Third River Bank Run will notice a few changes for 2016.
John Zimmerman, Fifth Third Bank’s regional marketing director, has been named to the position.
Two weeks ago, Kristen Aidif announced that she was stepping down as director of the Fifth Third River Bank Run after 23 years.