The 10th Annual South East Georgia Health System's 5k Bridge Run. This race starts at the north end of the Sidney Lanier Bridge, goes over and back, making this run the hardest 5k in Georgia.
To showcase the 10th annual run, we set up multiple time-lapse cameras, slow-motion video cameras, photographers and even a remote-controlled aerial camera rig to complete this video. The hospital is very proud of this video as are we.
The Tenth Annual Southeast Georgia Health System Bridge Run across the scenic Sidney Lanier Bridge in Brunswick, Georgia took place Saturday, February 18 with more than 2200 participants running or walking across Georgia's tallest span. The Sidney Lanier Bridge is 7,780 feet long, making the Run both challenging and beautiful. You can find the results here.
Certified by the U.S. Track and Field Association as "the toughest 5K in Georgia" each year participants start on the southbound side of the bridge, go over, and return back, crossing the bridge twice. The event is not for the timid, and should only be attempted by those who have properly trained. Radio frequency chip technology will be used to record the race results for runners.
The 2012 event benefits the Southeast Georgia Health System cancer programs, with proceeds going to patient services. These will include the establishment of a cancer specific resource center, physical and nutritional counseling, and expansion of our public cancer screening programs.
For more information on the run, visit the hospital's site at: sghs.org/BridgeRun2012
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