MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Runners in the St. Jude's Memphis to Mobile finished the 391 mile relay in Mobile on Saturday.
The relay run raises money for South Alabama children being treated by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis.
Nearly three dozen runners participated in the third-annual iteration of the event, which began on May 15 in Memphis.
St. Jude's points out that those who participate are only required to run a two to six mile leg of the journey, so running skill is not important.
The runners started the last leg of the journey today Citronelle, Ala. and finished in Mobile.
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