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An Unplanned Jaunt in the Boston Marathon

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An Unplanned Jaunt in the Boston Marathon

An Unplanned Jaunt in the Boston Marathon

An Unplanned Jaunt in the Boston Marathon

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Commentator Bill Harley remarks on his refusal to run the Boston Marathon this year. A year earlier, he and his friend Bob made an impromptu entrance in the race. Harley lasted for more than 13 miles... but far enough to hear the cheers of the Wellesley College women.

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