The annual Tampa Bay Times Turkey Trot has been canceled for the first time in its 40-year history due to the coronavirus pandemic, as posted on Facebook on Tuesday evening .No virtual race will be offered, although those interested can purchase a 2020 Turkey Trot T-shirt online soon. The race plans to resume in 2021.The Clearwater-based event is run every Thanksgiving morning. It started in 1979 solely as a 10K, but has since expanded into four races (10K Turkey Trot, 5K Wingding, 5K Fun Run and 1 Mile Gobbler).The event typically brings in more than 12,000 to 15,000 runners annually, and is the largest road race in Pinellas County.For more information, visit turkeytrot.net. Contact Mari Faiello at firstname.lastname@example.org . Follow @faiello_mari . • • • HOW CORONAVIRUS IS SPREADING IN FLORIDA: Find the latest numbers for your county, city or zip code. FACE MASKS: Read the latest on guidelines, tips for comfort and long-term wear GET THE DAYSTARTER MORNING UPDATE: Sign up to receive the most up-to-date information . THE CORONAVIRUS SCRAPBOOK: We collected your stories, pictures, songs, recipes, journals and more to show what life has been like during the pandemic. A TRIBUTE TO THE FLORIDIANS TAKEN BY THE CORONAVIRUS: They were parents and retirees, police officer and doctors, imperfect but loved deeply. HAVE A TIP?: Send us confidential news tips We’re working hard to bring you the latest news on the coronavirus in Florida. This effort takes a lot of resources to gather and update. If you haven’t already subscribed, please consider buying a print or digital subscription.