22,000 Runners Pound Downtown Streets For Shamrock ShuffleYou didn't have to run to participate in the 38th annual Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle.
Thousands Run In Shamrock Shuffle 8KMore than 25,000 runners took part in the 8K race Sunday morning.
Stephen Sambu, Alexi Pappas Will Return To Defend Shamrock Shuffle 8K TitlesThe race will be held April 3 in downtown Chicago.
Thousands Run In Windy Shamrock ShuffleThirty thousand people signed up for what turned out to be a windy Shamrock Shuffle.
Woman With Rare Skin Disease To Run Shamrock ShuffleRachael Wrobel, 25, is coming to Chicago from Ann Arbor, Michigan, to run the 8K course downtown, despite suffering a rare congenital skin disease called epidermolysis bullosa, or EB, which causes the skin to shear off or blister at the slightest touch.
Thousands Run Downtown For Shamrock Shuffle Yes, St. Patrick's Day was weeks ago, but today was the day that thousands came out downtown to run the Shamrock Shuffle.
Runners To Kick Off Spring At Shamrock ShuffleRunners are coming out of hibernation this weekend for the traditional kickoff to running season in Chicago.
Thousands Run Downtown For Shamrock Shuffle40,000 runners were expected in the Shamrock Shuffle this morning.
Shamrock Shuffle Rerouted After Man Threatens To Jump From Bridge The State Street Bridge was reopened after a man threatened to jump into the Chicago River caused traffic to be closed and the Shamrock Shuffle to be rerouted Sunday morning.
34K Run In Shamrock Shuffle For Unofficial Start Of Race SeasonMore than 34,000 runners have set off on another season of races here in Chicago, at the Shamrock Shuffle downtown on Sunday. While it's not the first run of 2012, it's the one that seems to get things started.
Thousands Lace Up For Chicago's Shamrock ShuffleA Chicago road race that's seen rain and snow in the past few years had tens of thousands of runners sweating in the heat.
City Prepared For Possible Severe ThunderstormsOfficials from the city’s Office of Emergency Management and Communications and the Chicago Fire Department Sunday morning urged residents to prepare for the possibility of “a significant and dangerous outbreak of severe thunderstorms” Sunday night.