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Throwback Thursday: Bloomsday Back In 1989!

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Do you love the 80's? Do you love Bloomsday? This week's Throwback features some awesome footage from Bloomsday 25 years ago. Were you there? We'd like to know. The overall male/female winners in 1989 were John Halvorsen (his time: 34:21) and Lynn Williams (her time: 39:30). According to bloomsdayrun.org, 56,280 registered for the race, 52,457 finished.

For year by year t-shirt and poster designs, check out this link on Bloomsday's website:

http://www.bloomsdayrun.org/history-stats/t-shirt-poster-history



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