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All of these amazing women got up early this morning in the most beautiful display of support and solidarity. Thank you all so so much for making this race a success! Together, we’re saving lives and empowering countless women.

Congratulations to all the fabulous finishers of the 35th Annual Women's Four Miler! Thank you to all the sponsors, prize donors, participants, volunteers, race committee (led by the amazing Audrey Lorenzoni and Cynthia Lorenzoni), and Charlottesville Track Club for another great year. Race results are available here: https://runsignup.com/Race/Results/?raceId=51091#resultSetId-91731

Congrats to all of the Charlottesville Women's Four Miler participants! We are so thankful for your support of our UVA Breast Care Program! #uvacancercenterproud

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Best wishes to the runners and volunteers attending tomorrow's #Cville Women's 4 Miler @CvilleTrackClub @uvahealthnews #community

-In the event of rain on Saturday, the Women's Four Miler will still go on! -In the event of lightning, our Medical Director we will help us make a decision, based on the frequency, at race time. -Spectators may bring umbrellas but, please, NO umbrellas on the race course. -Our 50 port-a-johns will be in two rows of 25 but BACK TO BACK this year. -Please do not stop your car until you've arrived at your parking spot. We hope you enjoy this special celebration!

For our final #WomenCrushWednesday (we know it's Thursday, but we wanted to share the love anyway), we wanted to highlight Cali Gaston. In April of 2015, Cali and her husband were both diagnosed with cancer one week apart from one another. Together, there was a 65% chance they’d develop cancer down the road, and set out to raise $6500. Now, through their mutual support, there’s a 95% chance they’ll be cancer free at ten years! As a result, Cali set out to raise a whopping $9500. We chose her story because of the remarkable show of unified strength and support. Cali’s story represents the core values of our race on Saturday, and we’re so thankful to have women like her inspiring us to stand together today, tomorrow, and forever. You can check out Cali's full story at womens4miler.com, and it's never too late to share your own stories by emailing info@womens4miler.com. See you this Saturday!

We can’t believe race day is only two days away! Remember to pick up your Race Packets at John Paul Jones Arena tomorrow from 4 to 7 pm! Go to womens4miler.com for more details.