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Race Photos

Solidarity Run for Boston
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The first runners starting to gather at Phidippides.
The first runners starting to gather at Phidippides.
Early runners at the store. The lady in the black top over the blue top ran the 2013 Boston Marathon.
Early runners at the store. The lady in the black top over the blue top ran the 2013 Boston Marathon.
Phidippides was "selling" these mini-bibs for $5 each, which they matched for a total $10 donation to the Boston One Foundation per bib.
Phidippides was "selling" these mini-bibs for $5 each, which they matched for a total $10 donation to the Boston One Foundation per bib.
Jeff Galloway, the founder/owner of Phidippides. The trophy he's holding is from his 5th place finish at Boston back in the 1970s. He's talking to a couple of guys who ran Boston this year as well as some of the media who came out to cover our run.
Jeff Galloway, the founder/owner of Phidippides. The trophy he's holding is from his 5th place finish at Boston back in the 1970s. He's talking to a couple of guys who ran Boston this year as well as some of the media who came out to cover our run.
LOTS of runners gathering for the run.
LOTS of runners gathering for the run.
Lots of runners, lots of media.
Lots of runners, lots of media.
And even more runners.
And even more runners.
Well over 100 people for the run. Probably closer to 150 or more.
Well over 100 people for the run. Probably closer to 150 or more.
Jeff Galloway talking before the run and asking for a moment of silence in honor of the victims of the bombing.
Jeff Galloway talking before the run and asking for a moment of silence in honor of the victims of the bombing.
Another shot of Jeff Galloway before our run.
Another shot of Jeff Galloway before our run.
These #RunningBadasses were just behind me for the first mile of our run. They had all run Boston the week before. It was so interesting to hear them talking about their various experiences both at the race and afterwards.
These #RunningBadasses were just behind me for the first mile of our run. They had all run Boston the week before. It was so interesting to hear them talking about their various experiences both at the race and afterwards.
Another shot of the Boston runners passing me. This was about the time I realized I was running WAY faster than my usual pace - I am NOT fast enough to qualify for Boston like these guys!
Another shot of the Boston runners passing me. This was about the time I realized I was running WAY faster than my usual pace – I am NOT fast enough to qualify for Boston like these guys!
Previous picture, Instagrammed.
Previous picture, Instagrammed.
Runners hanging out after the run. Both guys in the yellow shirts also ran Boston this year. I think all together we had 15-20 Boston 2013 marathoners run with us.
Runners hanging out after the run. Both guys in the yellow shirts also ran Boston this year. I think all together we had 15-20 Boston 2013 marathoners run with us.
More and more bibs filling the windows...
More and more bibs filling the windows…
Jeff Galloway talking about his experiences at Boston.
Jeff Galloway talking about his experiences at Boston.
Jeff Galloway.
Jeff Galloway.
Jeff Galloway.
Jeff Galloway.
Boston 2013 marathon finisher (I forget his name). He finished about ten minutes before the bombs went off.
Boston 2013 marathon finisher (I forget his name). He finished about ten minutes before the bombs went off.
Telling the story of his 2013 Boston marathon.
Telling the story of his 2013 Boston marathon.
Runners listening to tales from Boston.
Runners listening to tales from Boston.
Another shot of our group.
Another shot of our group.
Runners listening to tales from Boston.
Runners listening to tales from Boston.
At this point, he pulled his finisher's medal out from the leg of his shorts...
At this point, he pulled his finisher's medal out from the leg of his shorts…
And gave it to his friend Bishop Leatherbury who had been stopped less than a mile from the finish when the bombs went off.
And gave it to his friend Bishop Leatherbury who had been stopped less than a mile from the finish when the bombs went off.
More from our post-run session.
More from our post-run session.
More Galloway stories.
More Galloway stories.
Instagrammed.
Instagrammed.
Another Boston 2013 runner talking about his experience. He was a GREAT storyteller.
Another Boston 2013 runner talking about his experience. He was a GREAT storyteller.
Instagrammed.
Instagrammed.
These guys talking to the media after the event. They were on two different newscasts that night.
These guys talking to the media after the event. They were on two different newscasts that night.
Interviews with the media. The media here in Atlanta are HUGELY supportive of our running community.
Interviews with the media. The media here in Atlanta are HUGELY supportive of our running community.
 


2 Responses to “Race Photos”

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  2. Lorena says:

    Hi Kristen-I think use the same site, maybe change the front page to say 2010 and then have the old ptohos still on, I know people still enjoy looking through them and it might be nice to have a one stop place for all of the ptohos. I’m sure whatever you decide will be great!!

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