After 31 years, America has another Boston Marathon winner. His name is Meb Keflezighi and he finished with the remarkable time of 2 hours, 8 minutes, and 37 seconds. That's 26.4 miles in the time it takes some people to do the Boilermaker!
Thousands are preparing to run the Boston Marathon today, a year after the bombings that killed three people and injured many more. We wish everyone the best, whether they are running, walking, cheering or providing security in Boston.
Today marks the one year anniversary of the bombing at The Boston Marathon. There are many ways to remember and pay tribute to those who lost their life and had their lives changed forever on that terrifying day. Do you want to participate in honoring those victims from Boston locally?
On April 15, 2013, two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring more than 260. On Tuesday, the city of Boston commemorated the event with a brief ceremony on Boylston Street.
April 15, 2014 marks the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings that killed three people and injured more than 100. ESPN commemorated the tragedy with Aerosmith, who recorded a new version of 'Dream On.' 'E:60 Presents Dream On: Stories from Boston's Strongest,' featured Aerosmith with the Southern California Children's Chorus.
When Boston Red Sox closer Koji Uehara blew a third strike past St. Louis Cardinal Matt Carpenter the lid came off at Fenway Park and across the city of Boston. The Red Sox World Series win was both historic and incredibly emotional.
Jeff Bauman lost both of his legs as a result of the Boston Marathon bombing and last night he and the man who helped rescue him, Carlos Arrendondo, were honored by the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. Both men simultaneously threw out a traditional first pitch before the Sox game with Philadelphia. Check out the video of this incredible young man.
Boston continues to remember those affected by the Boston Marathon bombings. Jeff Bauman survived the attack but lost both his legs in the blast. He was the honorary flag banner captain at the Boston Bruins game. Bauman may lost both his legs, but he didn't lose his spirit. Watch him lead the crowd, by waving the flag as the audience passed around a giant Bruins flag of their own.
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