Last updated: March 08. 2014 10:55AM - 1121 Views
By Michael Ullery



Mike Ullery | Daily CallRunners cross the finish line at the inaugural Atomic City 5K run/walk on Saturday morning, in Piqua. The start and finish lines were near the white dome of former nuclear power plant that gave Piqua, Ohio the nickname, The Atomic City. More than 130 runners registered for the event, proceeds from which will benefit Piqua City Schools. Cain Leathers, from Toledo, was the overall winner with a time of 15:21. Libby Long of Covington was the women's winner. Her time was 18:19.
Mike Ullery | Daily CallRunners cross the finish line at the inaugural Atomic City 5K run/walk on Saturday morning, in Piqua. The start and finish lines were near the white dome of former nuclear power plant that gave Piqua, Ohio the nickname, The Atomic City. More than 130 runners registered for the event, proceeds from which will benefit Piqua City Schools. Cain Leathers, from Toledo, was the overall winner with a time of 15:21. Libby Long of Covington was the women's winner. Her time was 18:19.
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Runners cross the finish line at the inaugural Atomic City 5K run/walk on Saturday morning, in Piqua. The start and finish lines were near the white dome of former nuclear power plant that gave Piqua, Ohio the nickname, The Atomic City. More than 130 runners registered for the event, proceeds from which will benefit Piqua City Schools. Cain Leathers, from Toledo, was the overall winner with a time of 15:21. Libby Long of Covington was the women’s winner. Her time was 18:19.


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