Gallery: Hundreds Tromp Through SP for Tiger Run

Clearing skies help make annual race a success. Can you find your friends and neighbors, or spot yourself, in any of these shots?

Race director Jose Zavala was worried about predicted rains, and that they might spoil the annual December Tiger Run.

He did not need worry, skies cleared and the sun even made an appearance as hundreds of runners tromped through the streets of South Pas.

The yearly race proved to be a huge success with many locals participating, including councilman Bob Joe and Therese Molina with husband Mario. One entire family (the Deckers ) ran along with kids and those unable to run accompanied Mom in a stroller. Others brought their dogs.

SPHS cheerleaders rooted for runners, as a bevy of student volunteers rendered their services. The SP Kiwanis club served refreshments, and other communty volunteers donated their time to help make the event a success.

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Therese Molina December 02, 2012 at 03:36 PM
Owning that I may be prejudice, I think Henk did a terrific job bringing the Tiger Run to life in his photos and comments. Thanks Henk!
Scott Corr-Robinett December 02, 2012 at 06:43 PM
It was a great day to be out in South Pasadena. I forgot to write down the website for the results. Does anyone have it? I only remember the abbreviation of the company was something like PRT. Thanks to all the volunteers for a well run event.
Judith Trout December 02, 2012 at 10:16 PM
The tiger run is important, But they really need to change it to a different Saturday. We at the High School must give the college SAT's on the first Saturday of Dec. This is country wide we can not change this date.Yesterday one of the students was very late for the test because she had to walk blocks from her car. Please change the date!!


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