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The Color Run
Many events are described as "colorful," but this one really is. White-clad runners get pelted with vivid paint (made from food-dyed cornstarch) as they traverse a 3.2-mile course in Brooklyn's Floyd Bennett Field. Billing itself as the "happiest 5K on the planet," the Color Run isn't a competitive race. Participants kick off in 15-minute intervals between 9am and 10:15am, and can take their own sweet time to cross the finish line. With more than 170 events across the country and around the world in 2013, the Color Run benefits the Global Poverty Project, among other charities.
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