The Boston Marathon is sending out a special invitation for next year's race for those "personally and profoundly impacted" by the bombings at the finish line.
Boston Marathon runners who were stopped on the course when bombs went off at the finish line will have a chance to come back and run again next year, race organizers said on Thursday.
Since Sept. 11, 2001, sporting events have stepped up security. But how can you secure a major road race with crowds stretching 26.2 miles?
Russian sports officials said Tuesday they will beef up security at sports events and the Sochi 2014 Winter Games in the wake of deadly explosions at Boston's marathon that killed three people, and injured over 140 others.
Boston bombing won't break the bonds sports -- the great unifier -- have built.