LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – Runners came out by the thousands to participate in the Rodes City Run, the second leg of the Triple Crown of running.
It’s a 10K (6.2 miles) race that began downtown, went through the Cherokee neighborhood, down Lexington Road and before returning to Waterfront Park.
Patrick Cheptoke of Bowling Green was declared the men’s winner after finishing the race in just under an hour.
“Pretty much I do about 60 to 75 miles a week. Including all speed work and everything,” Cheptoke said.
The final leg of the Triple Crown of running is the Papa John’s 10 miler taking place on Saturday, April 6.