Comp. Sci. prof leader in Broad St. run

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Rowan computer science Associate Professor Seth Bergmann won first place in the male 60-64 category at the 2010 Philadelphia Broad Street Run on Sunday, May 2. Bergmann finished in 1:09:37, beating the next place finisher by 2 minutes and 6 seconds. Starting at Broad Street and Somerville Avenue, the Broad Street Run Ten Miler is the largest ten-mile race in the United States and featured approximately 26,000 runners this year, according to the event’s website. Donations and pledges received by runners directly benefit the American Cancer Society.

Rowan computer science Associate Professor Seth Bergmann won first place in the male 60-64 category at the 2010 Philadelphia Broad Street Run on Sunday, May 2. Bergmann finished in 1:09:37, beating the next place finisher by 2 minutes and 6 seconds.

Starting at Broad Street and Somerville Avenue, the Broad Street Run Ten Miler is the largest ten-mile race in the United States and featured approximately 26,000 runners this year, according to the event’s website. Donations and pledges received by runners directly benefit the American Cancer Society.

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