Timothy Catoggio of South Boston won the Boston 13.1 Marathon, a first-year event held by U.S. Road Race Sports & Entertainment on Sunday in Milton and Canton.
The 13.1-mile race attracted more than 4,100 runners, and was a benefit for the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation. It is not affiliated with the Boston Marathon held each April or the Boston Half Marathon held in October by the Boston Athletic Association.
Tara Barlow of Brookline was the top female finisher. A 5K race was also held.
Men's 13.1 Marathon
1. Timothy Catoggio, 24, South Boston, 1:13:17
2. Christopher Johnson, 24, Wellesley, 1:23:55
3. James Burgess, 23, Boston, 1:24:50
Women's 13.1 Marathon
1. Tara Barlow, 25, Brookline, 1:28:45
2. Lindsay Edwards, 20, East Aurora, NY, 1:29:58
3. Jami Lower, 31, Nantucket, 1:30:26
1. Brandon Bell, 25, Barrington, NH, 18:49
2. Oscar Zambrano, 29, Brooklyn, NY, 20:21
3. Robert De Angelis, 21, Weymouth, 20:34
1. Elizabeth Zamore, 22, Brookline, 21:33
2. Lillian Lingham, 24, Brookline, 21:40
3. Bethany Heslam, 45, North Port, FL, 23:36
- Matt Pepin, Boston.com sports editor
- Steve Silva, Boston.com senior producer, two-time Boston Marathon sub-four hour runner.
- Ty Velde is a 16-time Boston qualifier who's completed 12 consecutive Boston Marathons and 25 marathons overall. Ty is now training for his 13th Boston run and will provide training tips for those who train solo and outside, no matter what temperature it is.
- Rich 'Shifter' Horgan is a 19-time Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge team member who runs in honor of his father, who died of colon cancer. He will provide updates on local running events with a focus on the charitable organizations that provide Boston Marathon entries for their organization's fund raising purposes