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Photos: The Color Run passes through Denver with flying colors

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The newest craze in 5Ks is a race that would make even Joseph's technicolor dream coat jealous. Over the weekend, the Color Run came to Denver, leaving a trail of hundreds of neon-splattered runners in its wake. Continue reading for a few highlights from the race, and visit our full Denver Color Run slide show for more photos.

See also: - Slide show: Denver Color Run 2013 - Slide show: Denver Dirty Dash 2013 - Slide show: The People of Denver PrideFest 2013

For more photos, visit our full Denver Color Run slide show.

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