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Story, video, photos: Tribute to Boston marks start of Oshkosh half-marathon

Boston Marathon tragedy remembered as Oshkosh event begins

10:35 PM, Apr. 21, 2013

Whether it was signs, apparel or merely placing their hands over their hearts as they crossed the finish line, runners in the Oshkosh Half Marathon and 5K events had Boston on their minds Sunday.

"As a runner, I have to tell you, we are not daunted. We are going to continue running, in groups and events like this," said Steve Wieckert, an Appleton runner who finished the Boston Marathon minutes before the bombs went off last week. "We're going to be defiant to the bad guys. The bad guys will not win. We will stand united and we will run united and that's just the way it is."

United they were. ...

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