A reminder of the 2014 Boston Marathon:
On April 15, 2013, marathon runner Ray Charbonneau began the Boston Marathon without a number bib. No stranger to this race, Ray was guiding a blind marathoner, each of them holding the ends of a fabric tie.
As they made their way through the crowds and fought for a 4-hour marathon time, they had no idea how this race would change their lives. Listen to Ray’s story of that fateful day, and find out how he is raising money to help the victims of the 2014 Boston Marathon bombing victims with his book, The 27th Mile: Going The Extra Mile to Support the Victims of the Boston Marathon Bombing.