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Most runners shrugged off the extra security, as their conversations on trains focused more on shoes and running strategy than any danger.
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Brian Woolf, of Sandy, Utah, broke out his Boston Bruins jersey to cheer on his 17 year son, Carter, in his second Salt Lake City marathon. Carter ran it last year in just over four hours, with Brian at the finish line to see it. What if that had been Boston this year, Brian Woolf winced, shaking off the thought. "To have something so beautiful in people's minds as finishing a marathon, to have it disrupted by something like that, it's sad," he said.
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"The only thing I'm concerned about is whether the rain will let up," said Scott Ivins, one of the team of pace runners who help contestants keep to targeted times. "I'm not concerned in the slightest," said runner Melissa Goodger.
The soggy, cold conditions hardly dampened the festive mood of the race, which started Saturday morning following an earlier moment of silence.
Reporters Lee Davidson and Mike Gorrell contributed to this story.
Much about the 10th annual Salt Lake City marathon honored the city where bombs turned the nation's oldest marathon into a bloody crime scene. Runners said they had not seen so much enthusiasm from the spectators at the Salt Lake race despite deteriorating weather as the morning wore on, a brief respite, then more Under Armour Curry 1 Black Yellow chilling rains.
And then, just as it had as the race began, Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" began playing on the loudspeaker. Rachel Moody, Paul Fulton and a dozen other Boston runners hit the finish in four hours, 9 minutes, marking the moment in the Boston race when two improvised bombs detonated five days earlier.
Several American flags bobbed up and down in the tight throng of runners and many wore green in honor of the city with strong Irish heritage. Many also donned T shirts, blue ribbons and bracelets, bearing the words "Run for Boston," that were passed around at the start.
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on 6200 South, Sandy's Jerry Garner was part of a sizable family contingent cheering on his daughter, Allison Gerrard, as she ran her second marathon this week. She'd been in Boston Monday, finishing 10 minutes before the explosion, but got caught up in all of the fear and confusion of the moment, comforted by a complete stranger.
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"If I let myself be afraid of everything I won't accomplish much and I won't teach my kids anything," Maritsas said.
Jerry Garner whipped out his cell phone and read from her daughter's blog about that terror filled time, weeping when her memoir talked of bursting into tears. But he quickly composed himself to read her two key points: "Kindness and courage must prevail and courage must not give way to fear." And while running 26 miles in Salt Lake City so soon after doing it Boston would be difficult, she acknowledged, "I'm whole, so I will run for those who cannot."
"This is the safest race in the history of the world," said Unified Police Department Sgt. Jason Ashment as he directed runners through Holladay, just past the race's halfway point. "I'd put money on that. I'd bet a year's salary."
More than 500 officers from multiple jurisdictions provided the heightened security.
As the course wound through the suburbs, it took runners past a Big O Tires franchise where employees had propped up a large sign on the front of their boss's heavy duty pickup. "Stay Strong Boston," it said.
The emotional finish was also the second time for "Sweet Caroline," the Diamond classic that is played and sung at every Boston Red Sox game in Fenway Park.
my legs. I ran with my heart."
"It's heart breaking," said Vassi Maritsas, 47, of Holladay, Utah, competing in her third Salt Lake City Marathon. She needs to reach Liberty Park in less than three hours, 55 minutes to qualify for the Boston Marathon, among the world's most prestigious foot races. Last week's bombing was not going to derail her goal.
SALT LAKE CITY As the knot of runners clad in the yellow jerseys of the 2013 Boston Marathon entered Liberty Park, the cheers got louder and spectators slapped high fives with racers before moment of silence descended on the finish line of the Salt Lake City Marathon.
"That's a first. I've never seen that at a race," said half marathoner Heather Wells. Jason Petersen. to screen all of our stations along the line and make sure they were secure."
"It's nice to see all the people come out," said Salt Lake City police chief Chris Burbank as the starters ran under the Legacy Bridge. "When it comes to crime and terrorism, it's important that we don't let it control our lives. That's what freedom and democracy are all about."
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