(SALT LAKE CITY) -- The tenth annual Salt Lake City Marathon was held Saturday, and runners there honored the victims of last week’s Boston Marathon bombings, Desert News reports.
Before the start of the race, organizers observed a moment of silence, and played Boston’s iconic song, Neil Diamond’s "Sweet Caroline" before the starting gun went off. Many runners also wore Boston-themed clothing.
Bryant Jensen, who won the race with a time of 2:30.14, wore a shirt with the Boston Athletic Club colors, and the message “Run for Boston” across the front. Jensen plans to race in Boston next year.
The race was a success, despite the rainy weather. More than 4,600 people ran on Saturday. In addition to the 26.2 mile race, a half marathon and 5K were also held.
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