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Run like the wind: 350 CBS folks participated in this year’s DHL Relay

People running a relay

(Photo: Anne Thora Lykkegaard)

In total, 52 teams from CBS had signed up to run the DHL Relay in Fælledparken on September 3. An additional 22 teams walked a 5-kilometer route surrounded by barbeque smoke, confetti and blasting sound systems. Can you spot yourself or your colleagues in the gallery?

News |   06. Sep 2021

Anne Thora Lykkegaard

Journalist

On Friday September 3, a large crowd of CBS folks took over Fælledparken in central Copenhagen as the fourth biggest participant to compete in this year’s edition of the annual DHL Relay charity event.

In total, 52 teams of five people signed up to complete the 5-kilometer run, and 22 teams completed the walking route.

Through barbeque smoke, confetti cannons, loud music and heaps of runners, CBS WIRE snapped pictures of CBS folks on the run. Enjoy.

Two runners tying shoes
(Photo: Anne Thora Lykkegaard)
Runner
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Crowd of runners
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Relay runner
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Relay runner
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Runners
(Photo: Anne Thora Lykkegaard)
Cheering people
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People talking
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Crowd of people ready to run
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Two people about to run
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The back of two women
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Runners
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Three female runners
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Crowd drinking beers
(Photo: Anne Thora Lykkegaard)
Alien running
(Photo: Anne Thora Lykkegaard)

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