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Topic - Tom Grilk
"I need to run."
In a story April 17 about the Boston Marathon field, The Associated Press erroneously referred to Tom Grilk as the Boston Athletic Association president. He is the B.A.A. executive director.
"The adjudication committee will decide what action will be taken," he said, "with full consideration to the impact of cheating on those who have worked so hard to qualify and those who give so much of themselves to raise money for our outstanding local charities."
"The BAA does take these matters seriously," executive director Tom Grilk said Friday while stressing that the bandits went through the same security checkpoints as the official runners.