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Marathon rememberance

Last year’s bombing won’t keep locals from Boston Marathon

Ballston Lake's Danielle Maslowsky prepares to lead a small group of athletes at the Clifton Park YMCA on a training run.
Photographer: BILL BUELL
Ballston Lake's Danielle Maslowsky prepares to lead a small group of athletes at the Clifton Park YMCA on a training run.
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For Capital Region athletes preparing to run this year’s Boston Marathon, it hasn’t been a great winter to train. There’s the snow, the cold — and then there’s what happened last year. With some runners still out on the course, three people were killed and more than 250 injured in the 2013 event when two bombs exploded near the race’s finish line on Boylston Street. It was a horrific experience for anyone who was there ...

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