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Santa Speedo Sprint 2012 photos

santa speedo sprint 2012 before start

It's important to stretch your body suit before sprinting.

The 2012 Santa Speedo Sprint raced down Lark Street Saturday.

As in years past, it was another fun time. Lots of smiles. And the Albany Society for the Advance of Philanthropy raised a lot of money for the Albany Damien Center and the AIDS/HIV programs at Albany Medical Center -- $17,500.

Here are a whole bunch of photos from this year's sprint...


Photos are in large format above -- scroll all the way up.

Thank you to Peter Caracappa for many of these photos.

AOA is a media sponsor of the Santa Speedo Sprint.

Comments

Looks epic. Thug Life tramp stamp is the best followed by the cameo of Greg.

Who took the pics? There are some great shots!

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