2013 New York City Marathon Back and Bigger Than Ever

ESPN correspondent Hannah Storm on the most beloved of all marathons.
1:29 | 11/01/13

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I don't know how we'll take it. Former co-anchor of mine at espn, now hosting this year's new york city marathon, hannah storm. Hey. This sunday. First time the race has been presented life on national television in some 20 years. Hannah, we want to ask you about it. This is what it was. This is what it was. Great. It coalesces in the brain. Woo. Great show, josh. That was awesome. Oh, my gosh. Mark schlereth, that was awesome. You have never looked better. Seriously, that was fantastic. We'll be back right after this. Quickly, hannah, it turns out -- hannah, very quickly, marathon, obviously, after last year, a really big deal. This time last year, this friday morning, the marathon was still on, believe it or not, after hurricane sandy. It was a painful, excruciating week. They canceled it with some 40,000 runners. 22,000 of them are back. And it's a testament to the resurgence of the city and all of the tenacity of the workers here. And I think after what happened in boston, too, it will be a healing process for both cities. It's going to be phenomenal. Espn2, 9:00 a.M. This sunday. And abc 7, starting at 7:00 a.M.

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