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Hangover Classic attracts hung over runners

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And they're off! And they're off!
Runners Patty Wooldridge and Julie Brunner wore holiday headgear for the run. Runners Patty Wooldridge and Julie Brunner wore holiday headgear for the run.
Some runners brought their dogs to participate in the Hangover Classic. Some runners brought their dogs to participate in the Hangover Classic.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – What better way to kick off a resolution to get in shape in 2013 than a run on New Year's Day – even if New Year's Eve involved some heavy drinking.

That's what hundreds of people did on Tuesday by participating in the annual Hangover Classic. The 10-mile run through Butchertown and down River Road attracts participants who come to win or just make the race live up to its name.

Some people even run in their tuxes from the night before.

Click here for a list of 2013 winners.

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