Thousands of runners wearing black ribbons, "I Run For Boston" T-shirts and back bibs, Boston Marathon jackets, and more Red Sox caps than have likely ever been seen in Central Park at one time came together in a show of support and solidarity today at the City Parks Foundation Run for the Parks and Kids' Races. The four-miler, an annual event, was the first major running race in New York City since the tragic events of last Monday's Boston Marathon.
Sunday's City Parks Foundation Run for the Parks and Kids' Races marked the first major New York City running events since tragedy struck the Boston Marathon last Monday. The race came at the end of a surreal, emotionally draining week for...
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