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After the cancellation of the 2012 New York Marathon, hundreds of runners, wearing backpacks full of supplies, went to Staten Island neighborhoods hard hit by Superstorm Sandy to help. (AP Photo)

Lloyd’s of London paid $15 million to cover the losses of the 2012 New York City Marathon, called off due to Superstorm Sandy. The event’s parent organization, the New York Road Runners, had lost $18.9 million total, according to documents recently filed with the Internal Revenue Service and accessed by Runner’s World.

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