Today's front-page headlines from Marca, AS and Mundo Deportivo.
Deadly finish line
Brutal attack in a marathon in Boston
Two bombs cause at least two deaths and many are injured
Two explosions metres from the finishing line sow terror
One of the victims was a boy of eight years
91 Spanish participants safe
The future is Kondogbia
Madrid looking at the French midfielder more seriously
Tito sees the strength to carry on
The coach has a contract until 2014 and the club are willing to offer him and extension
Summit of world Champions
ForoMARCA and COE Camino Madrid 2020
Oca, Orenga, Del Bosque, Rivera, Lopez and Fenche analyse the Olympic options for the capital
Mallorca 1-0 Celta: Giovanni pulls a win in the last minute for Manzano's men
Cristiano gains ground on Messi
In 2013 he has scored 28 goals, Messi 23
He has impressed more than his rival in recent Clasicos
His recent showing at San Mames has elevated him
Camping in Dortmund as fans wait for the ticket office to open
Attack in Boston
Two bombs explode in the marathon and cause at least two deaths and many are injured
Penev: "To be great, great stars have to be retained"
Abidal: "I lost 19 kilos and asked my doctors to induce my coma"
Rajoy gives a La Roja shirt to the Pope
Without a number, with the name of Pontificate and signatures from all the champions
Neymar and Guaita
The race to sign the Santos star and Valencia goalkeeper accelerate
The forward has not hidden his interest to come to Barca and already is following the team game by game
Massacre in Boston: A bomb attack in the Marathon where at least two die and more than a hundred are injured in the explosions
Shock Abidal: "Me pain was so much that I asked the doctors to put me in a coma"
Real Madrid: The future of CR7 conditioned by the club
Depor, out of the drop zone: The miracle of Professor Vazquez