Saturday Stories

It is time once again for another edition of Saturday Stories, a collection of some of my favourite stories and blog posts from the past week. With the events that took place earlier this week this weeks stories are a collection of some of the best stories and blog posts regarding Boston that I came across.

As always, if you came across anything you feel is worthy of mention here feel free to post a link below.

Here are this week’s stories…

Here’s a story about how the actions of the staff at Marathon Sports following the bombings.

Here is a story about some of the many acts of kindness following the bombings.

The bombings in Boston symbolize an attack on our freedom.

Here is a story about a doctor who went from runner to medic in moments.

How watching a marathon can restore your faith in human nature.

A comment on the bombings from A whole lot of soles.

Palmetto Runner on the loss of innocence for running.

Scott from iRunnerBlog on the support from the running community following the bombings.

From Running, Writing, and Chasing the Dragon here are some thoughts on the Boston Marathon finish.

Finally, the next #runchat will take place on Twitter tomorrow night with a focus on the positive things runners and the running community do.

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