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CEO: NYC marathon will ‘bring the city together’

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Mary Wittenberg, CEO and president of New York Road Runners, the group that organizes the New York City marathon, tells TODAY’s Matt Lauer why they are still going ahead with the race despite the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy, saying it will “bring the city together and  help the world unite to really support this relief effort.”