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Newcity Top 5 of Everything 2014 - Running Categories

Every year Newcity releases its annual Top 5 of Everything issue. There are lists for film, theater, design, music, nonsense and pretty much anything else we feel like throwing in there. And every year I include a few running lists.

This year I threw in three (listed below).

The issue hit newsstands last week but it's still available if you want a physical copy. Otherwise, check out the full list at the link above and here are my running lists:
Top 5 Chicago 5K Races of 2014
Chi-Town Big Game 5K (February 2)
Ravenswood Run (April 27)
Oktoberfest 5K (September 18)

Top 5 Chicago Races Longer Than a 5K of 2014
Bank of America Chicago Marathon (October 12)

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