Sandy postponement, Boston attack push NYC marathoners to go the distance


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After Superstorm Sandy forced the shutdown of the ING New York City Marathon in 2012, runners said they were anxious to get back to the starting line this year, but no one expected that a terror attack in another city would be on their minds.

The Boston Marathon bombings in April killed three spectators and injured more than 200 other participants who were near the finish line.

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