Ugly Holiday Sweater Run 2018 

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Five-months-old Porter is in his "ugly sweater" for his first-ever race, along with his mother Rebekah Uskoski (left), of McKinleyville and Rosie Sharkey and Blaize Potts, of West Haven.
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The holiday figure on Aliyah Machado's hat also was outfitted in an ugly sweater, according to her mother, Raeann Machado, of Arcata.
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Kaya the dog waited patiently as Sandy Rosas, of McKinleyville, had her race number adjusted by a friend pre-race.
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Individuals and teams registered before the race at the starting line from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
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Racers were off the starting line at 9:30 a.m. for either the 1-mile or 5 km races that begand finished on the Arcata plaza.
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Christina Campbell and Alyes ended their 1-mile race, with Christina finishing first in her age group.
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The promised snack options (orange slices are good but cookies are better) were found at the finish line after the 1-mile race for Rafael Martinez (right), with his mother Analia Martinez, of Arcata.
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Next-door neighbors Romi Hitchcock (left) and Jessica McKnight, of Arcata, shared one double-wide ugly sweater.
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Grace Mbuthia, of Arcata, wore reflective sunglasses that no doubt help her to cope with all the ugly sweaters around her.
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Runners in the 1-mile and 4-km races were long gone while the race walkers were still headed north on G Street to their left turn on 11th Street.
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Gabby Cavinta, Bella Campbell and Pearl Smith were all smiles as they neared the half-way point in their 1-mile race.
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Analia Martinez, of Arcata, encouraged her son Rafael as they neared the finish of the 1-mile race.
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Grace Mbuthia (right), of Arcata, along with her other team members, neared the finish line of the 1-mile race in good spirits.
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Richard and Lupe Carrillo, of Eureka, staffed the "sag wagon" for other family members on their Grinch-sweater team.
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Alex Alvarado, of Ferndale, celebrated as she neared the finish line of the 5-km race. She later was awarded first place for her ugliest sweater ensemble.
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Ray Noggle, of McKinleyville, also won first place for his ugly holiday vest.
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Individuals and teams registered before the race at the starting line from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.

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