CAPE ELIZABETH, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - Security at Maine's premiere road race is being scrutinized after the bombings at the Boston Marathon.
Race organizers held a conference Monday to talk about possible changes to race security.
Race President Dave Weatherbie spoke, saying that Race Director Dave McGillivary would be meeting with local police chiefs to review security. McGillivary was also the director of the Boston Marathon.
Weatherbie says any changes proposed during the security review will be balanced with the considerations of the residents of Cape Elizabeth who live on the race course.
Joan Benoit Samuelson also addressed reporters. She spoke more of the emotional impact of the bombings in the running community.