Loren Zitomersky is hoping to break a world record at the Boston Marathon on Monday. But Kenyan Geoffrey Mutai, who ran it in just over two hours in 2011, has nothing to worry about. That's because Zitomersky is aiming to break the backwards marathon record — he'll run all 26.2 miles facing the starting line, with a goal of raising over $100,000 for the Epilepsy Foundation.Read More
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