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Outgames athlete describes bomb attack

Dean Koga,left, being kissed by Giampiero Mancinelli

Dean Koga, left, being kissed by Giampiero Mancinelli

Dean Koga of the Seattle Frontrunners was injured when shrapnel from a 9-inch bomb, one of three tossed, hit him during the track and field competition here in Copenhagen at the World Outgames. The incident is being called a hate crime. Koga, photo right, is being kissed by a fellow runner the day after, glad that Koga was back on the track.

I spent all morning at the track and interviewed Koga and other athletes about what happened. You can read about it here.