Top local Boston finishers

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I’ve done my best to compile the Boston results for D.C.-area runners, roughly Washington, D.C., Prince George’s and Montgomery County, Md. and in Virginia, Fairfax and Arlington counties, Alexandria, Falls Church, Manassas and Manassas Park and parts of Loudoun and Prince William counties. Please comment if I have omitted you.

Of the 851 local runners registered, 745 finished, with a median finishing time of 3:36:27.

Here are the D.C. area’s top 10 Boston Marathon finishers and the top finishers from each state

Wardian, Michael R. VA 2:23:32
Dichiara, Tom MD 2:29:49
Kuhlmann, Patrick M. DC 2:31:31
Valentine, Eddie VA 2:32:51
Rand, Matt VA 2:32:51
Toland, Hugh J. IV VA 2:34:05
McCormick, Marty VA 2:37:06
Mercer, Dickson DC 2:38:37
Mariano, Gregory F. VA 2:38:59
Blackwell, Ian A. VA 2:39:04
Waters, Kara VA 2:52:29
Tarallo, Julie DC 2:53:14
Connor, Teal E DC 2:58:37
Ridgley, Meghan VA 3:01:20
Allen, Kerry L. DC 3:01:35
Hankin, Elyshia J. DC 3:01:41
Schaub, Danielle DC 3:03:35
Reichmann, Lisa MD 3:08:23
Shoemaker, Perry R. VA 3:08:34
Byrne, Kayley VA 3:09:05

District of Columbia
Patrick Kuhlmann(113th) 2:31:31/Julie Tarallo (68th) 2:53:14

Virginia
Michael Wardian (35th) 2:23:32 / Kara Walters (63rd) 2:52:29

Maryland
Tom Dichaira (93rd) 2:29:49/ Lisa Reichmann (300th) 3:08:23

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