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Love toward the completion pig: Two Flying Pig sprinters finish race with shock recommendations

CINCINNATI —

Love is noticeable all around at the 23rd yearly Flying Pig Marathon!

Two couples got drawn in toward the completion pig in the wake of completing the half long distance race.

Stephen Doyle ran the half long distance race and when he crossed the completion pig, he proposed to his sweetheart George.

George said he was told the two were important for the VIP experience and was told to remain close to the completion pig. He said he was not anticipating what occurred straightaway.

That is when Stephen completed the race and proposed, to which George reacted with “a major yes.”

The two intend to celebrate with informal breakfast and a rest for Stephen.

Soon after, another couple who completed the race together additionally got ready for marriage.

Half long distance runners Jimmy and Brittany were crossing the completion pig when Jimmy got down on one knee and proposed to Brittany.

Brittany said that they had been preparing for the race for some time so she recently figured completing would be the most intriguing part, yet Jimmy took it to a higher level.

Brittany’s mom, girl and sisters were holding nothing back on it, amazing her with banners toward the completion pig.

It was an enthusiastic second for the entire family.

“I’m so glad,” Brittany’s girl said.

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