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How'd Our Marblehead Runners Finish The Boston Marathon?

Here's a look at how our local runners performed in Monday's Boston Marathon.

Patch file photo.
Patch file photo.

American Meb Keflezighi and Kenyan Rita Jeptoo won the 2014 Boston Marathon in the men’s and women’s fields respectfully

Keflezighi, who is from San Diego, was the first American to win the marathon since 1983. He finished at 2 hours, 8 minutes, and 37 seconds.

Jeptoo won the Boston Marathon for the third time with a time of 2 hours, 18 minutes, and 57 seconds.

Ernst Van Dyk of Russia won the wheelchair division with a time of 1 hour, 20 seconds, and 36 seconds.

But how did Marblehead runners finish? 

Here are the Marblehead residents who completed the marathon (with their ages and completed times):

  • Ross P. Patterson, 34, 2:58:40.
  • Kathryn Cooper, 34, 3:24:42
  • John Desforge, 46, 3:30:52
  • Sally A. Reiley, 54, 3:34:30
  • Meghan E. Schwartz, 42, 3:50:00
  • Jeff Y. Walker, 45 3:55:54
  • Erin E. Auffrey-Kace, 31, 4:01:50
  • Christopher T. Hunter, 42, 4:03:17
  • Cara Bednar, 28, 4:13:30
  • Amanda Velluto, 33, 4:13:56
  • Matthew T. Rickards, 18, 4:21:18
  • Jennifer F. Sheridan, 42, 4:27:14
  • Kathy Glabicky, 39, 4:30:57
  • Catherine D. Payne, 42, 4:43:38
  • Damian Q. Bailey, 38, 4:44:17
  • Jamie L. Tedford, 44, 4:49:20
  • Kathy Wilder, 45, 4:52:57
  • Amy C. Cutler, 45, 4:53:16
  • Katherine E. Rickards, 20, 4:54:28
  • Andrew T. Rickards, 22, 4:54:29
  • Tuck Rickards, 50, 4:54:29
  • Kim Rose, 43, 4:55:45
  • Kaitlin L. Barnet, 25, 5:00:13
  • Marisol Ficaro, 51, 5:33:07
  • Jimmy F. Green, 81, 5:35:27
  • Amy J. Livermore, 41, 5:41:18
  • Diana A. Ohlson, 44, 5:42:45
  • Joanne G. Miller, 46, 5:42:46
  • Amy Diamond, 41, 5:48:57
  • Leslie M. Bailey, 39, 6:14:12
  • Tiffany Patrick, 44, 6:15:46
  • Patrick J. Gilligan, 50, 6:17:36
  • Jodi-Tatiana Charles, 44, 6:40:23
M H April 22, 2014 at 07:16 AM
Kim Horan Rose , 43 , 4:55:45

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