The BAA Is Accepting Applications For a 2014 Bib From Those Affected by Bombings
November 21, 2013
The Boston Athletic Association announced Monday that it will send out a limited number of invitations for the 2014 Boston Marathon to those who were most affected by the bombings that killed four people and injured over 260 last April.
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