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BOSTON (Reuters) - Boston officials vowed on Saturday to balance tight security with a feeling of fun at the coming Boston Marathon, the first running of the world-renown race since the bomb attack last year killed three people and injured 264.
LONDON (Reuters) - The London Marathon will go ahead as planned in the British capital this Sunday despite the bomb attack on the Boston race which killed three people and wounded more than 100, police and officials said on Tuesday.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Meb Keflezighi on Monday became the first U.S. male athlete to win the Boston Marathon in three decades as onlookers chanted "USA! USA!," an emotional performance in a city still recovering from last year's fatal bombing attack.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Next year's Boston Marathon will include an additional 9,000 runners, amid a groundswell of support and interest in the wake of the bombing attack this year which killed three people and cut the event short, the marathon's organizers said Thursday.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Increased security will be in effect for Sunday's Chicago Marathon, the first major marathon staged in the United States since the tragic April bombing at the Boston race, organizers and police said.
(Reuters) - The 64-year-old American woman who swam 110 miles (177 km) from Cuba to Florida vowed on Tuesday to raise money for hurricane, bombing and tornado victims with endurance swims in a pool, saying, "I am through with the ocean."
(Reuters) - Norwich City striker Dieumerci Mbokani said he will no longer play for Democratic Republic of Congo, complaining of unfair treatment by football authorities there after he missed two African Nations Cup games following the Brussels airport bombing.
KINSHASA (Reuters) - On-loan Norwich City striker Dieumerci Mbokani faces a possible sanction from his country Democratic Republic of Congo because he skipped two African Nations Cup qualifiers last month after being caught up in the Brussels Airport bombing.
HANOVER, Germany (Reuters) - A football game between Germany and Netherlands which German Chancellor Angel Merkel was due to attend in Hanover was called off two hours before its scheduled start on Tuesday over fears of a planned bombing.
SHANGHAI (AP): Norway's Alexander Dale Oen gave his home country something to smile about briefly in the fallout from the bombing and youth camp shooting spree that killed 93 people, winning gold in the men's 100-metre breaststroke at the world swimming championships.