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Runners gathered in Riverside Park on Wednesday to run 3 miles in honor of those affected by the bombing at Monday's Boston Marathon.

Runners of all skill levels came out to Riverside Park on Wednesday to run in honor of those hurt Monday when bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Lillie Sifuentes picked up her son, Eric Sifuentes Jr., 2, after completing a 3-mile run Wednesday honoring those affected by the explosions at Monday's Boston Marathon. The runners started the run in silence as they showed their support.

Published on April 17, 2013

Jennifer Linscomb, left, Roger Montalvan, center, and Arash Salimi near the end of Wednesday's Run for Boston at Riverside Park. "It was a great event and a great idea," Montalvan said after the run. .

Published on April 17, 2013

Runners of all skill levels came out to Riverside Park on Wednesday to run in honor of those hurt Monday when bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Runners of all skill levels came out to Riverside Park on Wednesday to run in honor of those hurt Monday when bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Runners of all skill levels came out to Riverside Park on Wednesday to run in honor of those hurt Monday when bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Runners of all skill levels came out to Riverside Park on Wednesday to run in honor of those hurt Monday when bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Runners of all skill levels came out to Riverside Park on Wednesday to run in honor of those hurt Monday when bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Jason Hayden finishes Wednesday's run honoring those that were affected by Monday's tragedy at the Boston Marathon still holding the American flag he started the run with at Riverside Park. Runners wore blue and yellow and many carried American flags of various sizes as they ran.

Published on April 17, 2013

Zoe Davis, 15, left, and Devin Ross, 14, bow their heads in prayer with the rest of the runners before a run honoring those injured and killed by the bombs that exploded Monday at the Boston Marathon. Wednesday's run at Riverside Park brought out runners of all ages and skill levels to show their support after the tragedy.

Published on April 17, 2013

Published on April 17, 2013

Published on April 17, 2013

Published on April 17, 2013

Runners of all skill levels came out to Riverside Park on Wednesday to run in honor of those hurt Monday when bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Runners of all skill levels came out to Riverside Park on Wednesday to run in honor of those hurt Monday when bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Runners of all skill levels came out to Riverside Park on Wednesday to run in honor of those hurt Monday when bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Jamie McElroy gives a thumbs-up to a friend on the sidelines as she reaches the end of Wednesday's runners route in Riverside Park. Runners completed a 3 mile lap to show support for those affected by Monday's tragedy at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Runners of all skill levels came out to Riverside Park on Wednesday to run in honor of those hurt Monday when bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Runners of all skill levels came out to Riverside Park on Wednesday to run in honor of those hurt Monday when bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon.

Published on April 17, 2013

Kami Oakes painted the word "Boston" on her Rhodesian Ridgeback, Gunner, and the two completed Wednesday's 3-mile walk and run through Riverside Park honoring those injured and killed by the bombs that exploded Monday at the Boston Marathon. A few people took their K-9 companions with them for the run.

Published on April 17, 2013

Sarah Raab, center, and Kelli Gill, right, sign a giant banner reading "Run 4 Boston" after completing a 3 mile run through Riverside Park on Wednesday honoring those affected by the explosions at Monday's Boston Marathon. Runners signed the banner showing their love, support and offering prayers for those in Boston.

Published on April 17, 2013