Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Returns to Course for 2019 Race

Lee Ann Yanni Boston Bombing Survivor Returns to Course for ’19 Marathon

EXCLUSIVE

Lee Ann Yanni — who suffered major injuries in the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing — is returning to course on Monday to run 26.2 miles … all to raise money for military families in need.

Yanni was a spectator at the 2013 marathon when shrapnel from one of the bombs hit her leg causing broken bones, severed nerves and other major injuries. 

But, Yanni is a beast — and just 6 months later, she completed the Chicago Marathon in 5 hours, 43 minutes. Amazing! 

She’s since completed the Boston Marathon TWICE — once in 2014 and again in 2015. 

And, on Monday, she’ll lace up her shoes to do it again — not only to stick it to the scumbags behind the bombing but also to raise money for the Semper Fi Fund. 

The Fund provides resources and support for combat-wounded, critically ill and catastrophically injured members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families. It’s a great cause. 

So, where did Yanni find the physical and emotional strength to get back out there? We spoke with the 37-year-old who told us she couldn’t have done it alone. 

If you want to help Yanni … click here to donate. 

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