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Published: Saturday, July 6, 2013, 6:57 p.m.

Mill Creek 5k attracts 1,400 runners

  • Sean Ryan / The Herald

  • Bill Iffrig, of Lake Stevens, stands at the starting line of The Run of the Mill 5k in Mill Creek on Saturday morning before firing the shot to start ...

    Sean Ryan / The Herald

    Bill Iffrig, of Lake Stevens, stands at the starting line of The Run of the Mill 5k in Mill Creek on Saturday morning before firing the shot to start the race. Iffrig, 78, was thrown to the ground by the blast while nearing the finish line in the Boston Marathon on April 15.

  • Bill Iffrig laughs and poses for a photo with Jeevan Philip,18, of Richland, before the start of The Run of the Mill 5k in Mill Creek on Saturday.

    Sean Ryan / The Herald

    Bill Iffrig laughs and poses for a photo with Jeevan Philip,18, of Richland, before the start of The Run of the Mill 5k in Mill Creek on Saturday.

Bill Iffrig, 78, starts The Run of the Mill 5k in Mill Creek on Saturday morning. Iffrig is the Lake Stevens runner who was thrown to the ground by a blast while approaching the finish line in the Boston Marathon on April 15. Iffrig didn't compete in Saturday's race, which attracted more than 1,400 runners. Patrick Smyth, of Salt Lake City, won the men's event in a time of 14 minutes, 44 seconds. Rose Wetzel, of Seattle, was the top women's finisher with a time of 17:12.
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