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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Alok Gupta
"We're on the second floor," he said in a recent interview at his office. "I took the elevator."
"I decided that's what would be meaningful for me," said Gupta, who was a medical student in New York during the Sept. 11 attacks and has since studied disaster preparedness. "Running the Boston Marathon this year - not next year, not New York, not Chicago: Boston. I just thought it would be meaningful for me."