NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Thousands
of runners came out to hit the streets of downtown Nashville. It was all part of
the fourth annual Hard Rock Half Marathon.
The event pulled in 2,500 runners from all across the country.
"It's motivating; it makes
you feel awesome, and running is like a whole other high. It's a blast," said
participant Jessica Chupp.
Of course, the run wasn't
just about having fun; it also benefits a great cause. Organizers hosted a bone marrow registry
drive, and so far, more than 500 people have signed up over the past four
The Hard Rock Half
Marathon is the last major run in Nashville for the year. The season kicks off
with the Music City Marathon in April.