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Carlos Torres, 24, of New York, finishes the Marine Corps Marathon - 10k race with a time of 21555, in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
Carlos Torres, 24, of New York, finishes the Marine Corps Marathon - 10k race with a time of 2:15:55, in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
A Navy security officer stands guard with an automatic weapon near the finish line of the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
A Navy security officer stands guard with an automatic weapon near the finish line of the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
Marine Corps Marathon Honorary Starter actress Maggie Q, lower right, poses for a photograph with runners before the start of the race in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
Marine Corps Marathon Honorary Starter actress Maggie Q, lower right, poses for a photograph with runners before the start of the race in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
Marine Corps Commandant, Gen. James Amos, and his wife Bonnie, right, watch runners cross the finish line during the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
Marine Corps Commandant, Gen. James Amos, and his wife Bonnie, right, watch runners cross the finish line during the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
Marine Corps Commandant, Gen. James Amos and actress Maggie Q, left, wait near the finish line for the first runner to cross during the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
Marine Corps Commandant, Gen. James Amos and actress Maggie Q, left, wait near the finish line for the first runner to cross during the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
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Girma Bedada, of Columbia, Ga., crosses the finish line to win the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
Girma Bedada, of Columbia, Ga., crosses the finish line to win the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
Kelly Calway, 29, of Manitou Springs, Co., crosses the finish line to become the first female to cross the finish line during the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. Girma Bedada, of Columbia, Ga., won the race. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
Kelly Calway, 29, of Manitou Springs, Co., crosses the finish line to become the first female to cross the finish line during the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. Girma Bedada, of Columbia, Ga., won the race. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
Marine Corps Commandant Gen. James Amos greets hand crank runners as they finish the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
Marine Corps Commandant Gen. James Amos greets hand crank runners as they finish the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
An unidentified wheelchair runner races through Washington during the Marine Corps Marathon Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
An unidentified wheelchair runner races through Washington during the Marine Corps Marathon Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
A Joint Forces parachutist falls through the sky with an American Flag near the start site of the Marine Corps Marathon for the start of the race in Arlington, Va, Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
A Joint Forces parachutist falls through the sky with an American Flag near the start site of the Marine Corps Marathon for the start of the race in Arlington, Va, Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
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Runners start the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
Runners start the Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
Bertrand Jacquet, 58, of Chantilly, Va., hugs an unidentified woman as they cross the finish line of the Marine Corps Marathon - 10k race in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP PhotoCliff Owen)
Bertrand Jacquet, 58, of Chantilly, Va., hugs an unidentified woman as they cross the finish line of the Marine Corps Marathon - 10k race in Arlington, Va., Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The marathon winds its way through Washington, past numerous monuments, before ending near the Marine Corps War Memorial. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
Runners in Pentagon City. (WTOPSarah Beth Hensley)
Runners in Pentagon City. (WTOP/Sarah Beth Hensley)
Corner of 12th and Army-Navy. (WTOPSarah Beth Hensley)
"Corner of 12th and Army-Navy." (WTOP/Sarah Beth Hensley)
A hand cyclist is happy to finish. (WTOPJamie Forzato)
A hand cyclist is happy to finish. (WTOP/Jamie Forzato)
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A crowd of Marines gathers at the finish line. (WTOPJamie Forzato)
A crowd of Marines gathers at the finish line. (WTOP/Jamie Forzato)
Runners Colleen Keck and Katie McFeely, both of Annapolis. (WTOPJamie Forzato)
Runners Colleen Keck and Katie McFeely, both of Annapolis. (WTOP/Jamie Forzato)
A crowd of Marines congratulate a hand cycle competitor at the finish line. (WTOPJamie Forzato)
A crowd of Marines congratulate a hand cycle competitor at the finish line. (WTOP/Jamie Forzato)
Marathoners keep going through Crystal City. (WTOPSarah Beth Hensley)
Marathoners keep going through Crystal City. (WTOP/Sarah Beth Hensley)
Runners head through Crystal City. (WTOPSarah Beth Hensley)
Runners head through Crystal City. (WTOP/Sarah Beth Hensley)
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Arlen Bates, of Michigan, was emotional when he saw the skydivers. A retired Marine with 21 years service and the father of a Marine, he carried the Marine flag for the whole race. (WTOPJamie Forzato)
Arlen Bates, of Michigan, was emotional when he saw the skydivers. A retired Marine with 21 years service and the father of a Marine, he carried the Marine flag for the whole race. (WTOP/Jamie Forzato)
A pair of runners get philosophical. (WTOPJamie Forzato)
A pair of runners get philosophical. (WTOP/Jamie Forzato)
Girma Bedada, of Columbia, Ga., wins the Marine Corps Marathon. (WTOPJamie Forzato)
Girma Bedada, of Columbia, Ga., wins the Marine Corps Marathon. (WTOP/Jamie Forzato)
Runners compete in the Marine Corps Marathon. (WTOPMegan Cloherty)
Runners compete in the Marine Corps Marathon. (WTOP/Megan Cloherty)
Runners compete in the Marine Corps Marathon. (WTOPMegan Cloherty)
Runners compete in the Marine Corps Marathon. (WTOP/Megan Cloherty)
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Runners continue along the Marine Corps Marathon course. (WTOPMegan Cloherty)
Runners continue along the Marine Corps Marathon course. (WTOP/Megan Cloherty)
Hand cyclists are off Now runners take their place. (WTOPJamie Forzato)
"Hand cyclists are off! Now runners take their place." (WTOP/Jamie Forzato)
The hand cyclists are almost ready to start. (WTOPJamie Forzato)
The hand cyclists are almost ready to start. (WTOP/Jamie Forzato)
A parachutist with a giant American flag starts the festivities. (WTOPJamie Forzato)
A parachutist with a giant American flag starts the festivities. (WTOP/Jamie Forzato)
Hand cyclists line up at the starting line at Sundays Marine Corps Marathon. (WTOPJamie Forzato)
Hand cyclists line up at the starting line at Sunday's Marine Corps Marathon. (WTOP/Jamie Forzato)
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