Bensalem's Eric Frank (#1153) makes the Revolutionary Run a true family affair in running event that takes place every year on the Fourth of July in Washington's Crossing. (John Gleeson – 21st-Century Media)
The 10K road race begins the 36th annual Revolutionary Run, a 5 and 10K running event that takes place every year on the Fourth of July in Washington's Crossing. (John Gleeson – 21st-Century Media)
Berkeley's Cole Simon finished fifth in the 1-18 year old age bracket.
Domininic Mureo starts the 10K Revolutionary Run with a shot from his musket.
Ed Meyers (1332) and William Sheehy (1462) approach the finish line.
First female finisher Allyson Thompson, (right) of Holland, keeps pace with Newtown's Richard Kanak (1225).
Jessica Glover shows her patriotic spirit as she nears the finish line.
Holland's Allyson Thompson (#1492), left, was the first female finisher inb the 10K road race.
Langhorne's Steve Hallman was overall winner in the 10K road race.
Levittown's Corine Lobecker took 8th in the 1-18 age bracket.
Long-time Bucks County running devotee Jan Yerkes-Roop ran in the 5K.
Newtown's Brian Arita took fifth place, overall.
New Hope's Ed Leydon finished first among the 70-98 year old males.
Newtown's Maggie Kanak finished first in the age 50-59 females.
Nicole Curran, of Warminster, was one of several Run Bucks club members represented in the 10K run.
Pipersville's Todd Wiley took fourth place overall in the 10K road race.
Richboro's Joe Haughey took first in his age group and 15th, overall.
Steve Hallman (#1188) and Ross Wilson (1537) set the pace.
Starter Dominic Mureo races to side as runners take off.
Warminster's Justyn Wilson was second female finisher overall.
Warminster's Mike Daigeuan captured third place.
Warminster's Teresa Ortiz was the third overall female finisher in the 10K.
Yardley's Alex Corideo (#1065) and Morrisville's Mike Gormley (1170) emerge from park after first lap.
Wycombe's Ross Wilson finished second, overall in the 10K road race.