Boston
Apr 19, 2014
MIKE JOINED ESPN RADIO’S THE SPORTING LIFE TO REFLECT UPON THE ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE BOSTON MARATHON BOMBINGS. “THERE ARE GOING TO BE A LOT OF POIGNANT MOMENTS AT THE CONCLUSION OF THIS YEAR’S MARATHON. OBVIOUSLY MANY PEOPLE WILL BE THINKING ABOUT THOSE WHO DIED…BUT MORE SPECIFICALLY [ABOUT] THE YOUNGEST…OF THE VICTIMS. MARTIN RICHARD, EIGHT YEARS OF AGE…DIED SIMPLY BECAUSE HIS FAMILY DECIDED TO HAVE A FUN DAY AT THE MARATHON.”

Mike joined ESPN Radio’s The Sporting Life to reflect upon the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings. “There are going to be a lot of poignant moments at the conclusion of this year’s Marathon. Obviously many people will be thinking about those who died…but more specifically [about] the youngest…of the victims. Martin Richard, eight years of age…died simply because his family decided to have a fun day at the Marathon.”

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