DULUTH - Some people prepare for Thanksgiving by resting up for the big feast, while others wake up for a workout.
Thousands of runners will line–up bright and early Thanksgiving morning to run, gallop or stroll their way along the brick–laden streets of downtown Duluth in the 7th Annual Gobble Gallop.
"Thanksgiving Day runs are one of the most popular days for running races and Duluth didn't have one that everyone could attend, so we decided to create one. We started with about 700 runners the first year and this year we're expecting between 2,500 and 2,700 people," said Clint Agar, co-race director of the Gobble Gallop.
The Gobble Gallop consists of a 5K run, 2-mile walk, 1-mile run or ¼-mile kids run.