The Turkey Trot, an 8K race put on each year by the YMCA Buffalo Niagara, is a Thanksgiving tradition. Take a look back at the event, which is the oldest consecutively run footrace in the world.

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The Turkey Trot has been run every Thanksgiving morning since 1896. The maximum of 14,000 runners have signed up for this year’s 119th race, which is organized by the YMCA of Buffalo

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For some people, it’s not enough to simply run nearly 5 miles – they have to dress up as well. Check out some classic looks from Thanksgiving morning through the

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The 123rd running of the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot loped around downtown Buffalo on Thursday, Nov. 22, 2018, with a post-party taking place in the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center. See who celebrated after the holiday

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14,000 runners and walkers participate in the 123rd annual YMCA Buffalo Turkey Trot, Thursday, Nov. 22, 2018. The 8K race is the world’s oldest continually running footrace. The event raises more than $300,000 for YMCA’s financial assistance

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The annual Turkey Trot united the usual feathered-friends and competitive runners in the Thanksgiving Day race through downtown Buffalo. See who took part and enjoyed the post-Trot

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Runners celebrated Thanksgiving morning with the 8k Turkey Trot, and smiles were contagious when the race was finished and the after-party began inside the Buffalo Niagara Convention