August 24 2015
Emmy-winning actress Uzo Aduba plays a prisoner on television, but in her real life, she runs to free the world of cancer.
Read Competitor’s special feature “Boston Strong” here.
Today marks the anniversary of the horrific bombings that took place at last year’s Boston Marathon. Our thoughts and hearts are with the victims and everyone who was affected by such a senseless act of violence.
As we look back at the events that occurred one year ago today, it is amazing to see the resilience and strength of the city of Boston and the running community. This year’s Boston Marathon will be one of the biggest, in both the amount of participants and the expected number of spectators. Whether we were directly or indirectly impacted by the events in Boston, everyone has embraced the same sentiment for this year: “This is our day. This is our race.”
Competitor.com has looked back at the events of last year in a beautiful feature. They have interviewed runners and members of the Boston community who embody the phrase “Boston Strong.” They also look towards this year’s race with great excitement. Read through the feature here. Below is one of the video’s from the feature highlighting the Boston running community. If you
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