What goes into Columbus' massive Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure event.

What goes into Columbus' massive Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure event.

For the past two years, Columbus has hosted the largest Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure event in the country. In 2015, more than 30,000 runners and walkers swarmed Downtown Columbus for the 5K race, raising about $2 million to support breast cancer programming and research. On May 14, Columbus hopes to hold the record again as cancer survivors and their supporters converge Downtown for the annual tradition. Here's a look at last year's massive event, by the numbers.

1,895 breast cancer survivors in pink shirts participated.

22,000 bananas were offered to participants.

9,740 members of Team L Brands, the largest corporate Komen team in the U.S., took part.

30 counties in Central and Southeast Ohio benefited.

75% of the money raised stayed in Ohio.

300 Harley-Davidson riders gathered to comprise "Thunder Tunnel" over the Broad Street Bridge.

2,000 pink roses were given to cancer survivors as they crossed the finish line.