June 15, 2013
About 400 men are expected to hit the streets around the University of Virginia to raise awareness about healthy living.
The ninth-annual Charlottesville Men's Four Miler is taking place on Sunday. The race raises awareness for prostate cancer and men's health.
The course takes runners around University of Virginia grounds and ends up at the 50-yard line at Scott Stadium.
The race events begin at 7:30 a.m., and free parking will be at the stadium. The course takes runners down Alderman Road, Leonard Sandridge Drive and back to Scott Stadium.
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