WHEN: Saturday, May 4, 2019
When it comes to growing in downtown Indianapolis, the Mini-Marathon and OneAmerica have been on similar paths that met in 2004.
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Each year since 2005, more than 500 OneAmerica employees have been helping put on the biggest mini-marathon in the country. Why we do it.
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Imagine trying to run from the police for 13.1 miles. For some it was not a dream to see police and fire departments in full gear for the 2011 Mini-Marathon.
See images from 2011 race
Medals, hydrating drinks, energy bars and many cookies awaited the finishers of the 2012 OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini Marathon.
See images from 2012 race
In order for thousands of runners to hit the streets of Indianapolis on race day, it takes a lot of help from people freely giving on their time.
See images from 2013 race
New CEO and President Scott Davison was waving the starting flag, holding the finishing tape and everything in between during race day.
See images from 2014 race
Selfies, super heroes, and soldiers took center stage for the 2015 debut of #WhyIMini and #IndyMini, which started trending on social media.
See images from 2015 race
What's in the bag? What's the average temperature for the start of the race? Who has won the most times?Other facts from the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon