Close to 900 people were in the Florida Keys Saturday to compete in the annual Key Largo Bridge Run, officials said.
About 885 participants ran the half-marathon, which was ultimately won by two South Floridians, according to the Florida Keys News Bureau.
Tavernier man Peter Frezza, 37, won the men's division with a time of one hour and 17 minutes. Dana Thomas, a Miami high school student, was the top female runner with a time of one hour and 39 minutes, officials said.
Competitors from Germany, Canada and 24 states raced on the Jewfish Creek Bridge and the part of the 18-Mile Stretch. There was also a separate 10K and 5K race.
Next year's run is scheduled for Nov. 9.