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Color Run Belfast with Ulster Rugby

BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND: AUGUST 2: Chris Henry, Craig GIlroy, Paddy Wallace of Ulster Rugby Club and Tom Wallace (British Lion) promote The Colour Run presented by Dulux on August 2, 2013 in Belfast Ireland. known as the happiest 5km on the planet, on August 24 in Belfast. Runners of all shapes, sizes and speeds wearing white clothing that is a blank canvas for the kaleidoscope of colours they encounter around The Colour Run course. At each kilometer a different colour of powder is thrown in the air with the runners becoming a constantly evolving artwork. At the end of the course runners are greeted by the Colour Festival where the air is filled with music and stunning colour powder bursts creating a vibrant party atmosphere. www.thecolourrun.co.uk [media contact alex.coulson@img.com] on August 2nd 3012 in Belfast Northern Ireland. (Photo by Carrie Davenport/Getty Images for Dulux)
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BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND: AUGUST 2: Chris Henry, Craig GIlroy, Paddy Wallace of Ulster Rugby Club and Tom Wallace (British Lion) promote The Colour Run presented by Dulux on August 2, 2013 in Belfast Ireland. known as the happiest 5km on the planet, on August 24 in Belfast. Runners of all shapes, sizes and speeds wearing white clothing that is a blank canvas for the kaleidoscope of colours they encounter around The Colour Run course. At each kilometer a different colour of powder is thrown in the air with the runners becoming a constantly evolving artwork. At the end of the course runners are greeted by the Colour Festival where the air is filled with music and stunning colour powder bursts creating a vibrant party atmosphere. www.thecolourrun.co.uk [media contact alex.coulson@img.com] on August 2nd 3012 in Belfast Northern Ireland. (Photo by Carrie Davenport/Getty Images for Dulux)
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Chris Henry Craig GIlroy Paddy Wallace of Ulster Rugby Club and Tom... Nieuwsfoto's 175315384Belfast - Ierland,Craig Gilroy,Groot-Brittannië,Horizontaal,Ierland,Planeet,Rugby,Sport,The Color RunPhotographer Collection: Getty Images Sport 2013 Getty ImagesBELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND: AUGUST 2: Chris Henry, Craig GIlroy, Paddy Wallace of Ulster Rugby Club and Tom Wallace (British Lion) promote The Colour Run presented by Dulux on August 2, 2013 in Belfast Ireland. known as the happiest 5km on the planet, on August 24 in Belfast. Runners of all shapes, sizes and speeds wearing white clothing that is a blank canvas for the kaleidoscope of colours they encounter around The Colour Run course. At each kilometer a different colour of powder is thrown in the air with the runners becoming a constantly evolving artwork. At the end of the course runners are greeted by the Colour Festival where the air is filled with music and stunning colour powder bursts creating a vibrant party atmosphere. www.thecolourrun.co.uk [media contact alex.coulson@img.com] on August 2nd 3012 in Belfast Northern Ireland. (Photo by Carrie Davenport/Getty Images for Dulux)