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Racing Again, Boston Marathon Medalist Stops To Pause

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Amanda McGrory, 26, came in third place in the Boston Marathon women's wheelchair division. But elation gave way to sadness when the blasts went off shortly thereafter. Now McGrory is in London to compete in Sunday's marathon. She talks to Host Jacki Lyden about how it feels so race again so soon after the terror.
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