WASHINGTON — In anticipation of the 43rd Annual Marine Corps Marathon, WTOP profiled a number of runners. Here’s how they finished.
10K time: 1:19:16
King lost both his legs in Afghanistan in 2012 and said, “that’s the moment where I felt like things came together for me.” Running races, including marathons, has allowed him to keep moving forward in his life after being wounded in combat.
Cedric King at the 2016 Boston Marathon. (Courtesy Joseph Kelley)
Thousands of runners, from active duty Marines and veterans to cancer survivors and amputees, set off on the 43rd annual Marine Corps Marathon this morning. See photos and videos.
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