It' s the world' s largest road race with approximately 55,000 runners taking to the streets of Atlanta, Georgia for the annual and 40th AJC Peachtree Road Race.
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Race day weather is expected to be a bit cooler than usual.
We’re expecting the low temperature to be 65 degrees around 7 a.m.,”
forecaster Laura Griffith said. “The high temperature we’re expecting
for tomorrow is going to be 90 degrees. But by about 10 and 11 [a.m.],
it will be just under or at 80 degrees.” according to ajc.com.
"The finish line this year returns to Piedmont Park, its historic location. Because of the drought last year’s race finished outside the park.
Wheelchair racers start at 7 a.m. The elite runners start at 7:30, with the rest of the field starting at staggered times."