Here’s How Notable Boston Marathon Runners Did Yesterday
There were a few famous faces amidst the sea of 30,000 runners yesterday, from supermodel Christy Turlington Burns to marathon bombing surivor Adrianne Haslet-Davis. Since you were likely too busy tracking friends and family, we took the liberty of finding their unofficial times. Here’s how notable Boston Marathon runners managed in the race:
— Tiki Barber (@TikiBarber) April 18, 2016
Tiki Barber, former NFL running back and current CBS Sports Radio host, ran a 5:00:34 race.
Christy Turlington Burns, a legendary supermodel, crossed the line at 4:09:27. She ran to raise money for her charity, Every Mother Counts.
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) April 19, 2016
Erin Bauman, who is married to bombing survivor Jeff Bauman, finished the race in 5:56:00. She reportedly did not train for the race, and only received a bib the prior Friday.
— Joe Giza (@JoeGiza) April 18, 2016
Bobby Carpenter, a former professional hockey player, finished in a quick 3:46:53.
Adrianne Haslet-Davis, who lost half of her leg in the 2013 attack, struggled with her prosthetic blade during the race, but fought her way across the finish line with help from friends.
I could not be happier to have completed my 4th Boston Marathon. It certainly was not the run I wanted. But thank God it’s in the books!
— Nicole Jacobs (@NicoleJacobsWBZ) April 18, 2016
Nicole Jacobs, a reporter at WBZ News, ran a 4:55:20 while raising money for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
One medal. Two burgers. pic.twitter.com/QuITytPR13
— BostonTweet (@BostonTweet) April 18, 2016
Tom O’Keefe, a.k.a. @BostonTweet, finished in a solid 4:03:18. He promptly chased the feat with two Shake Shack burgers.