About fifty runners laced up and hit the Katy Trail to show support for Boston. They each ran 26.2 minutes to represent one minute for every mile of the Boston Marathon.
A North Texas doctor is learning from what happened in Boston last year and using those lessons to better protect runners here in Dallas/Fort Worth. In fact, he’s implemented parts of Boston’s emergency response plan into Fort Worth’s Cowtown Marathon.
Cities across North Texas are taking action before the winter storm arrives. While some events have been cancelled or delayed, as of now, the starting line is still up for one of this weekend’s “hottest” events.
Runners all across DFW gathered Tuesday night to honor the victims of the Boston bombings.