NYC Marathon not expected to be affected by storm
NEW YORK -- New York City Marathon organizers expect superstorm Sandy to have little effect on Sunday's race.
"We're extraordinarily lucky the marathon is not today," New York Road Runners President Mary Wittenberg said during a conference call Monday as wind and rain started to batter the city.
Instead, she said, "we have time on our side" -- enough to prepare the course and for runners to travel to the city after the storm passes through.
And if flooding or other damage affects ...
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