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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - John Brathwaite
The Washington area's running community was shaken by Monday's deadly bombings at the finish of the Boston Marathon, but club organizers said the attacks would not put a permanent dent in the sport they love.
John Brathwaite, director of sponsorship and events at the D.C. Running Club, said he was optimistic that runners will not only recover from the chilling event but come back more passionate than ever.
"Runners run for causes and they are very resilient, so, if anything, it's going to increase their passion and make them run even harder," Mr. Brathwaite said.