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Oshkosh marathoners impressed by support of crowd, community for blast victims

7:29 PM, Apr. 16, 2013
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Since 1978, former University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh coach John Zupanc has run in the Boston Marathon 25 times. He's watched it grow from a race with 2,400 participants to the massive event with more than 20,000 runners it is today.

On Monday, about 45 minutes after Zupanc finished his 25th Boston Marathon, the race was forever changed when two bombs exploded near its finish line, killing three and wounding more than 170 people.

"It's really shaken up the city," Zupanc said, speaking on the phone from Boston. "Normally, today would be a day that everybody's excited and reliving the events of ...

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