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    IN PICTURES: Virginia Wine Country Half-Marathon

    Three-thousand runners raced through Loudoun wine country on May 31. The race raised $4,000 to honor Jamie Rowley, an Ashburn mother killed by a motorist on her morning run.

    Rowley had entered to run in the race and was training for the race before she was killed.

    Jamie Rowley's sister Michele Rowley Wiggins (left), and family friends Megan Duke Radkowski and Keri Julian of Ashburn celebrate after the race.
    Heather Swartz and husband, Joe, pick up their race shirts as son Caleb, 4, hides.Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
    After picking up her race packet, Laura Oppenhimer of Hamilton looks at products at the expo at Lansdowne Resort.Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser
    Kerri (right) holds hands with Megan Duke Radkowski and Michelle Rowley Wiggins (not pictured) as she crosses the finish line
    The winners show off the medals from the half marathon
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