Const. Janelle Shoihet carries the torch along Pacific Avenue Tuesday during the White Rock leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run benefitting Special Olympics B.C.

Const. Janelle Shoihet carries the torch along Pacific Avenue Tuesday during the White Rock leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run benefitting Special Olympics B.C.

Torch Run winds through White Rock

The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics B.C. wound its way through the streets of White Rock Tuesday afternoon.

The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics B.C. wound its way through the streets of White Rock Tuesday afternoon.

The run is a four-day event, which began today, linking communities from Abbotsford to Delta, with some runners taking part in the entire 80 kilometres and many law enforcement members lacing up in their respective communities.

Participants, including Special Olympics athletes, pass the “Flame of Hope” along the way, culminating in the traditional end of the Lower Mainland portion of the run in Delta on Friday (June 7).

The event is held to raise awareness of and funds for the Special Olympics.