Routes To Make Art: Runner Mispells Message Of Hope When the Boston Marathon was postponed because of COVID-19, Lindsay Devers decided to run alone, and to use her route to "write" Boston Strong. When she finished, the n was missing from strong.

Routes To Make Art: Runner Mispells Message Of Hope

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NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Some runners are using those GPS tracking apps that trace their roots to make art. So they'll run a route that's the shape of a dog or a face. When the Boston Marathon was postponed because of COVID-19, Lindsay Devers decided to run alone and to use her run to write a message of hope. She finished the entire 26.2 miles and realized she was missing the N, but I guess Boston Strog (ph) also gets the message across.

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