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‘Eli would have wanted me to be there’: Cheri Blauwet returned to the Marathon finish line weeks after her husband diedThe physician and Paralympian is mourning her husband, an advocate for athletes with disabilities who died two weeks ago. But she knew it was important to still show up for race day.
boston marathonA bald eagle suit, a ‘running moon,’ and an assist at the finish line: Stories you may have missed from the Boston MarathonMarathon Monday is chaos. Runners gasp toward the finish. Boylston Street is littered with plastic blankets and discarded water bottles. The cheers, the signs, the celebrations — it’s easy to miss the little moments. Here’s a collection of what Globe reporters saw on the course.
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Milwaukee’s Willy Adames out of hospital, on concussion list after being struck by foul liner in dugout
“I think he was actually in better spirits than I was last night," said Brian Anderson, who hit the liner that caught Adames in the head or face. He kept telling me, ‘Don’t worry about me, don’t worry about me.’ "
The Celtics are a win away from history. But Derrick White has already made some of his own.
The Celtics were so close to flying back to Boston having again lost another game they should have won, an emotionally taxing season ending sour. Instead, the unsung White made the mishaps and setbacks just footnotes.