A number of local celebrities and other famous faces joined the thousands of runners who laced up in Hopkinton for the 2014 Boston Marathon. See how these notable names fared during Monday’s big race.
Summer Sanders: Running under her husband Erik Schlopy’s last name, the Olympic swimming bronze medalist finished the race in a time of 3:25:35. Even at age 41, the decorated athlete ran at a pretty solid pace of 8:24 a mile.
Natalie Morales: The “Today’’ show co-host, who was running in her first marathon in eight years, finished the race in a time of 3:34:45. Morales ran to raise money for The One Fund and the Challenged Athletes Foundation, as a tribute to the victims of last year’s bombings.
Danny Wood: The New Kids on the Block member finished Monday’s race in a time of 3:50:00. Wood ran to raise funds for the Betty Wood Breast Cancer Foundation, an organization set up by Wood in honor of his mother, who passed away from breast cancer in 1999.
Joey McIntyre: The singer edged out his NKOTB bandmate by a little over a minute, clocking in at 3:48:11. McIntyre ran on Monday to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association, as his mother is currently battling the disease. He raised over $40,000 for the organization at last year’s marathon.
Bandmate Donnie Wahlberg was there to cheer on his NKOTB pals, as well as his brother Jim, who also ran on Monday.
Susan Hurley: The former Patriots cheerleader finished Monday’s race in a time of 4:44:45. Hurley, who is the founder and owner of CharityTeams, ran the 2014 Boston Marathon to raise funds for the organization, which helps various charities with athletic fundraising opportunities.
Dave Andelman: The Phantom Gourmet CEO finished this year’s marathon in a time of 4:10:20. Andelman ran on Monday to raise money for the Greg Hill Foundation, which uses donations to improve the lives of local families affected by tragedy.
Tedy Bruschi: The former Patriots linebacker finished the 2014 Boston Marathon in a time of 4:47:44. Bruschi ran on Monday as a part of Tedy’s Team, a group of of runners assembled by the three-time Super Bowl champion to raise money for the American Stroke Association.
Doug Flutie: The legendary Patriots quarterback crossed the finish line in a time of 5:23:54. Flutie, who apparently ran on a whim, joined his team of runners that raised $176,463 for the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism.
James Wahlberg: The brother of Mark and Donnie Wahlberg finished Monday’s race at 5:40:10. James, the executive director of the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, ran this year to raise money for Boston Inner-City youth and the Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester.