The largest 25k road race in the country is returning to Grand Rapids with some changes.
It’s not how you start the race, it’s how you finish.
A rainy race day for the 38th Fifth Third River Bank Run didn’t stop spectators from filling the race route.
While the weather was less than ideal, Fifth Third River Bank Run morning in downtown Grand Rapids was full of energy and excitement.
Look up your results here from the River Bank Run. Most 25K finishers can also view video of themselves crossing the finish line.
Jared Ward is the top men’s finisher for the Fifth Third River Bank Run 25K and Lindsey Scherf the top women’s finisher.
Sally Finkbeiner is only 34 years old. But for many of those years, she was a smoker.
The Rockford runner who finished 7th in this year’s Boston Marathon said he hopes to win the race the next time around.
It was a busy and productive morning for Alan Peterson.
Fifth Third River Bank Run morning got off to a rainy start. Check out photos from our behind-the-scenes live broadcast.
Greg Pfent is one of 14 remaining anniversary runners who have consecutively run the 25K since it all began in 1978.
The Mary Free Bed Handcycling Team is competing against a Chicago rehab center to see who has the most racers in the River Bank Run.
Saturday morning will be packed full with races in downtown Grand Rapids, as 20,000 runners hit the streets.
For runners in this year’s 25K Fifth Third River Bank Run there is a new twist putting even more money on the finish line.
Clara James-Heer, 8, set the world record at Gazelle Girl and is now doing the Fifth Third River Bank Run.
Elite Runner Director Greg Meyer says he’s excited to see the competition at the River Bank Run due to changes made this year.