Heading into the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 18, 605 Washington, D.C.-area runners have registered, though some may not race.
Last year, 615 D.C.-area runners crossed the finish line.
Arlington’s Mike Wardian (2:27:35) and D.C.’s Caitlyn Tateishi (2:52:52) led local runners, with D.C.’s Dave McKay (2:27:45), Rockville’s Jay Hudson (2:39:55), Fairfax’s Rochelle Sceats–Basil (2:58:42) and Bethesda’s Natalie Atabek (3:04:50) led their respective states. Ben Beach, of Bethesda, finished his 50th straight Boston Marathon.
We usually publish the list of local entrants, but the BAA website is telling us not to, so you can search for registered runners at your leisure here.
Then, sign up to track them here.
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