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Foursquare founder apologizes for fake Boston Marathon bib

Dennis Crowley, the founder of the social media site Foursquare, wrote a public apology on WCVB’s website after causing an outcry when his wife, Chelsa, was spotted running the Boston Marathon with another runner’s bib number.

Kathy Brown of Framingham, a registered marathon runner, logged on to a website to see pictures of her running on Monday.

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