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2018 7 Mile Bridge Run 04

In this aerial photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, runners competing in the Seven Mile Bridge Run are cooled by spray courtesy of the local fire department Saturday, April 14, 2018, near Marathon, Fla. The race over the convergence of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico attracted about 1,500 contestants. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2018 7 Mile Bridge Run 01

About 1,500 runners fan out over Florida Keys waters during the Seven Mile Bridge Run Saturday, April 14, 2018, near Marathon, Fla. The race over the convergence of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico was initiated in 1982 to mark the completion of a federally funded bridge rebuilding program to replace 37 aging spans originally built in the early 1900s to carry railroad trains. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2018 7 Mile Bridge Run 03

In this aerial photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, a portion of a field of about 1,500 runners reaches the top of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway's longest bridge during the Seven Mile Bridge Run Saturday, April 14, 2018, near Marathon, Fla. The race over the convergence of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico was initiated in 1982 to mark the completion of a federally funded bridge rebuilding program to replace 37 aging spans originally built in the early 1900s to carry railroad trains. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2018 7 Mile Bridge Run 02

In this aerial photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, a portion of a field of about 1,500 runners reaches the top of the Florida Keys Overseas Highway's longest bridge during the Seven Mile Bridge Run Saturday, April 14, 2018, near Marathon, Fla. The race over the convergence of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico was initiated in 1982 to mark the completion of a federally funded bridge rebuilding program to replace 37 aging spans originally built in the early 1900s to carry railroad trains. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Bob Care/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)