Boston Marathon Bombing Victims Represent With Finish Line Selfie

By ABC News

Apr 21, 2014 3:08pm

 

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Bombing survivor Jeff Bauman, center, cheers for Meb Keflezighi who won the 118th Boston Marathon, April 21, 2014. (Credit: Elise Amendola/AP Photo)

Boston Marathon bombing victims Adrianne Haslet-Davis and Jeff Bauman, both of whom underwent amputations as a result of their injuries last year, were back in Boston at the marathon finish line today.

Haslet-Davis, 33, who posted a photo of the two on Twitter, is a professional ballroom dancer. She gave her first performance since the bombing at the TED conference in Vancouver, Canada,  in March, dancing on a specially designed prosthetic leg. They did not run today.

Read more about her story here.

Bauman, 28, attended the race with his fiancée, Erin Hurley. He wore his prosthetic legs and carried his crutches just a few feet away from the man who saved his life, Carlos Arredondo.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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