Area residents prepare for 2022 Boston Marathon

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Area residents prepare for 2022 Boston Marathon
Marathon runners pass over I-95 and into Newton during last year’s Boston Marathon. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)

REGION – Normally a Patriots’ Day tradition, the Boston Marathon ran late last year due to COVID-19, taking place in October.

Just over five months later, area residents are set to converge once again for the 2022 marathon, which is now back on its regular schedule.

More than 60 people from Marlborough, Hudson, Southborough, Westborough, Northborough, Shrewsbury and Grafton are registered to participate in the race, joining a field that has swelled in size following capacity limits in 2021.

Those individuals will head to Hopkinton on April 18 to then begin their long journey toward downtown Boston.

See a list of registered runners below…

Marlborough

Donald Bishop

Benjamin Braun

Cristiane Carvalho

Devin Collins

Carolina Costa

Yerry Garita

Robbie Mccabe

Angele Myers

Shane Nassar

Steve O’Reilly  

Judy Proteau

Mark Slatkavitz 

Austin Turner

Hudson

Sharon Foster

Byron Gartrell

Daniel Milton

Dean Murphy

Kaitlyn O’Grady

Southborough

Lauren Ames

Lindsay Burke

Beth Delahunty

Yun Gao

Danielle Goodwin

Penelope Hauck

Zhisong Ji

Sara Mushinski 

Ramprasad Shetty

Westborough

Luke Albin

Joan Clifford  

Mingliang Guo  

David Lehman  

John Levey 

Ahmed Morad  

Jenna Papaz  

Naitik Shah 

Taylor Stott

Rachel Vick

Northborough

Christopher Benestad

Lauren Cammarano

Tracey Cammarano

Xiaokun Cao 

Sarah Cormier

Kristin Creighton

Sandra Gittlen

Jasmine Li

Matthew Mayerhofer 

Kara Rutledge  

Lindsey Sherman  

Jane Shou

Enchee Xu

Shrewsbury

Alfredo Barragan

James Canzano

Craig Delisle

Julie Holstrom  

Patrick Joslin

Scott Kelly

Christopher Knight

Fucheng Ren  

Patrick Theodoss

Nicole Torres

Veronica Su Wang

Pawel Zawistowski

Grafton

Chris Marino

Octavio Melo

Matthew Shields

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