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Boston Marathon Participation Highest Since '96; BAA Officials Praise "Epic" Event04 / 23 / 14
Boston Marathon organizers on the morning after the event "reflected upon Monday’s 118th running with a mixture of gratitude, relief and joy," according to John Powers of the BOSTON GLOBE. The marathon "went off even better than they might have hoped with record crowds." This year's marathon ...
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Attending the X Games for the first time with his children last Sunday, the S.F. CHRONICLE''s Sam McManis wrote, "It would be refreshing, I thought, to see a sporting event devoid of the corporate tai
The X Games are "diverting TV programming, nothing more and nothing less," according to Mark Purdy of the SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. Purdy writes that while the X Games are marketed as "edgy" and "wild,"