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This past Sunday morning I sat stationed at the end of the Detroit
Marathon course as thousands of runners crossed the finish line
after completing a 13.1- or 26.2-mile course. The runners trav-
eled across the Ambassador Bridge into Windsor, Ontario, along the
bank of the Detroit River, through the Detroit Windsor Tunnel. From
there, they ran along the streets of Mexicantown before heading down
East Lafayette toward Indian Village, onto Belle Isle and finally down
RiverWalk on the return to downtown. As thousands of runners crossed
under the arches showing their times, I was amazed by the spirit and
the energy of those who participated in the marathon or came to sup-
port their loved ones. Regardless of their finishing time, every runner's
face lit up in a sense of victory as they approached the last mile.

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