Heart And Sole Run
Runners, walkers, parents, kids turn out for 35th annual Heart and Sole Run.
Cloudy skies and a little rain didn’t stop a crowd from turning out for the 35th annual Heart and Sole Race Saturday morning.
The Heart and Sole Run will mark its 35th anniversary this year, and organizers are hoping for a record 3,500 participants.
With a pair of quick presentations Wednesday afternoon, organizers with the Heart and Sole Run plugged more than $27,000 into a pair of local organizations that promote healthy lifestyles.
The day before Father’s Day, Dan Charney of Billings and his daughter Rachel, 9, enjoyed a morning run together.
Walkers, from left, Brenda Ruff, Marie Smith, Doreyna Kumor and Sandy Washington participate in last year’s Heart & Sole Run. The annual event returns to downtown Billings on Saturday.
A record number of participants are signed up for Saturday's Heart and Sole Run, Karen Sanford Gall of Montana Amateur Sports said Wednesday.
Fathers have a special invitation to make the Heart and Sole Run part of their Father’s Day weekend celebration.
Young and old are welcome to participate in the Heart and Sole Run, an event in Billings that features 5K and 10K runs as well as a 2-mile health walk. The runs and walk finish in Dehler Park, the site of a wellness fair.
Cheerleaders from Billings Senior High School encourage runners at the finish line of the Heart and Sole Run in June 2012. This year's event — including a 5K, 10K and 2-mile health walk — is June 15.
Get a team together for this year's Heart and Sole Run on June 15.
William Phillips and his daughter Lydia Phillips train for the Heart and Sole Run.
Dr. William Phillips, a family practice physician at St. Vincent Healthcare, walks with his daughter Lydia, 9, before taking a run on the West End. The duo will participate in the 34th annual Heart and Sole Run on Father's Day weekend.
Dr. William Phillips, a family practice physician at St. Vincent Healthcare, runs with his daughter Lydia, 9, as they train to participate in the 34th annual Heart and Sole Run on June 15.
The YMCA Strong Community Campaign received $14,000 and BikeNet received $11,000 on Thursday in donations from the 33rd Annual Heart and Sole Run.
Keaton Miller, 6, takes off at the start of the Heart & Sole run.
Kendra Daniel, left, and Roger Daniel push a stroller at the start of the Heart and Sole run Saturday.
Over 3,000 runners and walkers hit the streets of northwest Billings as they participated in the annual Heart and Sole Sun.
Chuck Aragon, left, races his daughter Alexa Aragon to the finish line of the 5K run on Saturday at the Heart & Sole Race For Your Life in Billings. Chuck crossed the line one second ahead of Alexa.
Runners battle at the finish of the Heart & Sole 5K Saturday.