Participants could run, jog, walk and even ride their way through the three kilometer race.
Close to 1,500 people took part in Saturday night's run, and after just seven minutes and 15 seconds, the winner of the Jingle Bell Run sped through the finish line.
"I just want to come out here. I knew some of my friends were running, so I just thought I'll just run with them, try to push them. It ended up turning into a pretty good race, but I just came out here for fun," says Tommy Noyes, the winner of the Jingle Bell Run.
Participants of the Jingle Bell Run could donate a toy to local children's organizations as a part of their entry fee.
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