BOSTON, MA. (CNN) - Boston marathon runners, who were unable to finish the race because of the tragic bombings that exploded at the finish line on April 15, got another chance to do so Saturday.
About 3,000 runners took part in the "One Run" event in Boston.
They ran from the "One Mile To Go" mark in Kenmore Square to the finish line on Boylston Street.
Runners were joined by Boston Marathon runner and bombing victims Allison Byrne and Jarrod Clowery.