London shows solidarity with Boston

Marathon's stepped-up security aimed at putting runners, fans at ease

Updated: April 21, 2013, 5:39 PM ET
By Bonnie D. Ford | ESPN.com

LONDON -- The Mall was closed to traffic but open to the people Saturday morning. They walked the right way and the wrong way and every which way down the homestretch of the London Marathon in brilliant sunshine.

They pushed strollers and pulled roller suitcases. They rode bikes and scooters. They snapped photos of each other jumping and clicking their heels in the air. They massed along the gates of Buckingham Palace and atop the walls across the street to watch the Changing of the ...

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