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Tsegaye Kebede wins London again

Updated: April 21, 2013, 3:57 PM ET
Associated Press

LONDON -- They crossed the line in front of Buckingham Palace with black ribbons on their chests and the Boston Marathon victims on their minds.

Six days after bombs exploded near the Boston finish line, the London Marathon sent out a powerful message of solidarity with the U.S. city and its victims Sunday and put the spotlight back on the sport and away from terrorist fears.

The men's race began with a poignant 30-second period of silence to remember Boston's dead and injured and ...

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