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And the winning t-shirt is...

​The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure community has voted for their favorite 2012 participant and survivor t-shirt designs! Thousands have cast their vote and we’re excited to share the winning designs with you:

 

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There is an exciting change this year! In the past, participants would write the name of who they are running for on a paper pinnie, which they would then attach to their t-shirt. This year, participants will write directly on their shirts, so that the name will be with them whenever they wear their CIBC Run for the Cure t-shirt.