Runners can track their own time and create individualized 5K courses.
37th annual event kicks off Jan. 25.
5k and one-mile fun runs take participants inside an active quarry.
City crews will follow runners and remove barricades for neighborhood traffic movement as the race progresses.
Participants will receive a T-shirt and cape with registration.
5k and family fun run to take place in August.
San Benito County resident Heidi Moakler placed third in women's 5K race.
Abraham Manzo of Hollister placed first in timed run. The first 100 racers who crossed the finish line during the untimed color run received limited edition medals.
The race route includes five places participants will run through where different colors are splashed by machines and descend on those passing by.