London officials review security plans for Sunday race
LONDON (AP) - Security plans are being reviewed for Sunday's London Marathon. British police are working on security measures after the explosions at the Boston Marathon. Sunday's London Marathon is the next major international marathon.
Thousands of people compete in the London Marathon every year. London is also considered a top target for international terrorists.
The London race's chief executive, Nick Bitel, expressed shock and sadness about the situation in Boston, saying "it is a very sad day for athletics and for our friends in marathon running."
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