On Saturday, April 4th, Tiffany Cochran participated in the 32nd Cooper Bridge Run 10k in Charleston, South Carolina with 38,700 other runners. She stated that "the weather was perfect and the bridge was quite the battle, but the views and scenery kept pushing me through." Tiffany finished with a time of 45:30, 1062 to cross the finish line (top 3%). This was her last road race before she tackles the Boston Marathon in 2 weeks!
She also gave us a little history about the run: The Cooper River Bridge Run is the best organized and the best conducted 10-K race in the world. It includes world-class competition in a unique setting with unparalleled participant satisfaction. It broadens community cooperation and participation in healthy events throughout the year. The Cooper River Bridge Run serves as a model of health motivation for other communities throughout the world.