Bloomsday is going all-virtual for the 2020 race.
Even though the event has been postponed, the spirit of Bloomsday lives on.
Forty-four years of tradition. For some runners and walkers, that means decades of a routine now disrupted.
If you registered for Bloomsday 2020 expecting to race in May, but can't make it in September, you now have the option to move your registration to 2021.
Bloomsday is being postponed until September, organizers said Tuesday.
Bloomsday 2020 is just over two months away! Racers, are you ready?
Anne Audain, first female professional distance runner and Bloomsday champion, has released a documentary outlining her life's struggles and how she overcame them.
Calling all graphic designers! The Lilac Bloomsday Association announced a competition to design the 2020 Bloomsday Finisher T-shirt.
Bloomsday participants have spoken and the 2019 Best Bloomsday Entertainer has been named.
No matter if you ran Bloomsday 2019, walked it or pushed a stroller, 7.46 miles is no easy feat!
The 43rd Lilac Bloomsday Run had the lowest participation in 35 years.
Bloomsday 2019 begun with a record setting finish!
A 22-year-old Tanzanian man won Bloomsday's men's elite race Sunday for the second time.
Every year at Bloomsday, tens of thousands of runners and walkers are met by hundreds of volunteers as they cross the finish line. Sunday marked the first time in ten years they were missing a familiar face in beloved community member Andrew Vathis.
For the last ten years, every runner who's heard the shotgun start and conquered Doomsday Hill before crossing the finish line has probably run by Shirley, her white lawn chair on Lindeke and her garden hose.
This isn't his first time running this race barefoot.
A 24-year-old Kenyan woman crossed the Bloomsday finish line Sunday morning with a time of 39 minutes 4 seconds.
Putting on Bloomsday is at its heart a labor of love. Love for the Lilac City, love for running and getting outdoors and exercising, and for one pair of volunteers, there's a whole new level to it.
Bloomsday runners couldn't ask for better weather Sunday.
As thousands converge on downtown Sunday for the big race, the organizers of Bloomsday are asking that you be aware of what you should and shouldn't bring down with you.
This week's Air 4 Adventure focuses on what to do this Bloomsday weekend if running isn't your thing.
Here are some of the best corporate team names for this year's Bloomsday race.
Running not your cup of tea? That's okay!
Want to participate in Bloomsday without having to run?