What a Day!
The 6th Annual Fiesta 5K breaks records.
Thousands gather at Power Plant Live! before the start of the race.
Remembering those lost to ALS.
Poe, the Baltimore Raven mascot, gets ready to start the race.
And they’re off….
Kids enjoyed the CareFirst Fun Zone.
OJ & Chanda Brigance celebrate with the Towson University Football team.
OJ Brigance greets his fans.
Top Male Finisher – Garen Riedel from New York, New York.
Top Female Finisher – Elisa McCarthy from Baltimore, Maryland.
Members of the Charm City Roller Girls (and Team Al’s Angels) had a great time at the Fiesta 5K – some on roller skates!
Jeff Rothstein, Packard Center founder and director, announces that since its inception, the Fiesta 5K has raised more than one million dollars for ALS research!
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake declares May 5 Fiesta 5K Day in Baltimore!
Fred Carlson team, an ALS patient and team captain for Running for Carlson, is awarded a transport wheelchair courtesy of the Brigance Brigade.
Congratulations to the team that raised the most money – Team Nelly!
Congratulations to The Hackett Clan, the race’s largest team, shown here celebrating with several Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.
Thanks to our great volunteers, including students from A Mid Winter Night’s Dream at Northport High School, pictured here with the family of Robert Packard.
Thanks To Our Sponsors
The Baltimore Ravens
Power Plant Live!
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
Charm City Run
The Fresh Market
Mt. Washington Conference Center
Rich Riggins Photography
One Rock Studios
The 2012 Fiesta 5K in Numbers
48 States Represented
5 Countries Represented
1 Cause – Finding a Cure for ALS
Photos courtesty of Rich Riggins and One Rock Studions
–– Suzanne Connelly