Are you a serious runner? Or do you like to dress in a crazy costume instead? Or maybe you're just into the jovial atmosphere and the hanging out aspect of the race?
Whatever floats your boat, Thanksgiving in Manchester is not truly complete without the annual Manchester Road Race, which was run for the 76th time through the streets of Manchester Thanksgiving morning.
This year's race, which was dedicated to the late Patrick J. (“P.J.”) Tierney, a longtime member of the road race committee who died earlier this year, featured 15,000 runners and walkers.
Some were in it to win it Thursday morning, while others simply wanted to have fun on the course or spend some quality time with friends and family. But whatever drew you to Manchester for the race this year, Patch wants to see the photos you snapped on the course along the way!
You can share your photos and videos of the race in two ways: either on this article (click the upload button above) or in our Pics & Clips gallery.