28 Jan '15, 4pm

After the #blizzardof2015, someone cleared the Boston Marathon finish line:

As Boston works to shovel itself out from nearly two feet of snow that fell Monday and Tuesday, one Bostonian showed that he had his priorities straight by shoveling the Boston Marathon finish line and making sure it was visible. The rest of the course, and particularly the sidewalks that line it, are likely to be under snow for some time, as some towns along the route got as much as 30 inches of snow. Thanks to the unknown shoveler, at least the finish line, an important landmark in the city and running community, whose significance only increased after the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, is clear. Philip Hillman, who took the photos that have now gone viral, said via Twitter that he believed the shoveler to be an employee of the Charlesmark Hotel, which is adjacent to the marathon’s finish line. However, a representative of the hotel told Mashable the man was not an emplo...

Full article: http://www.runnersworld.com/boston-marathon/after-storm-a...

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