There is nothing so perfect for runners as a temperature of 55 degrees on the morning of a race. That is the way it was on the morning of May 21 at the start of the 38th annual Philadelphia Bar Association 5K Charity Run/Walk to benefit the Support Center for Child Advocates that took place at the Please Touch Museum in Fairmount Park. The race, as of race day, had raised more than $100,000 for the Support Center for Child Advocates.
The male winner of the open competition was Joshua Hibbs, finishing in a time of 15:41. Hibbs is a seventh-grade social studies teacher and works with the Philadelphia Middle School team, which was part of the Students Run Philly Style group that participated in the race. Faye Hellman, an attorney at PRA Health Sciences in Blue Bell, swept the female open competition and the bar association competition with a winning time of 18:49. This is the third year in a row that Faye won both the open and bar association competitions. The male winner of the bar association competition, which is solely for members of the Philadelphia Bar Association, was Mark Burgmann, age 29 of Philadelphia, who is with the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. Burgmann’s finishing time was 16:56.
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