Marathon solidarity with Boston

Runners and spectators of the 33rd London Marathon turned out in force today in a show of solidarity to the victims of the Boston bomb attacks. More than 35,000 runners ran the 26.2 mile route.

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Bill Neely reflects on marathon after Boston bombings

International Editor Bill Neely has reflected on running the London Marathon after spending the past week in Boston reporting on the marathon bombings.

He told Sports Editor Steve Scott: "Whatever pain I feel at the minute, and everyone here, I think a lot of people were feeling at one...And part of the running community with the people of Boston."

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Farah promises to run full London Marathon in 2014

Double Olympic champion Mo Farah has promised he will run the full London Marathon next year after completing 13.1 miles today.

Double Olympic champion Mo Farah. Credit: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

He told the BBC: "It was incredible. The atmosphere is great.

"My aim was just to learn a lot here. Next year, I'm going to come out and do the full marathon."

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