Tens of thousands of runners, hand cyclists and supporters turned out for the...View gallery
Jeffrey Stein won the Marine Corps Marathon a year after he made a wrong turn early in the race. He talked about it with Jim Handly.
Mothers of those killed serving the country line the Wear Blue Mile of the Marine Corps Marathon to honor those killed in combat.
NBC4 and Telemundo 44 set up at Mile 4 of the Marine Corps Marathon to cheer on the runners.
A couple of women who ran the Marine Corps 10K explain to Jim Handly why they ran Sunday.
Hand cyclist Omar Duran, who was injured by an IED in 2011, was the first marathoner to cross the finish line. He spoke with Jim Handly.
As runners approach Mile 12 of the Marine Corps Marathon, they pass supporters wearing blue and holding American flags with black ribbons to honor those killed in combat. Meagan Fitzgerald reports.
Jim Handly interviews the winner of the Marine Corps 10K, Jack Butler.
A Howitzer is fired to start the Marine Corps Marathon.