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Update: Norton Residents Wrap-Up 2012 Boston Marathon

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Andrei Kutlin was the first Norton resident to finish the 2012 Boston Marathon.

Kutlin finished the 26.2-mile course in 3:55:33 hours, according to the race's official website. Karen Kelleher was the first woman from Norton to cross the finish line.

Kutlin, 47, finished 7,486 overall, 5,538 among men and 966 in his division of men age 45 to 49. Kelleher, 51, earned 17,845th place overall, 7,119th for the women and 599th in her division. Wesley Korir of Kenya was the first man to cross the finish line with an official time of 2:12:40. Kenya's Sharon Cherop finished in 2:31:50. Canada's Joshua Cassidy finished first in the men's wheelchair race with 1:18:25, breaking the previous record by 2 seconds. Shirley Reilly of the United States won the women's wheelchair race, setting a personal best time of 1:37:36.

There are 11 Norton residents who qualified to run in today's marathon. Here is how they fared:

Name Place Overall Place Gender Place Division Time Denise Donovan 7,320 1,331 1,331 5:07:45 Kimberly Greene Vincent Greene 20,807 12,204 4,228 6:15:49 Kelly Heck 20,038 8,208 1,428 5:40:11 Karen Kelleher 17,845 7,119 599 5:02:03 Andrei Kutlin 7,630 5,627 972 4:01:24 Todd Martin 21,249 12,428 1,999 6:31:33 Neal Noonan 16,375 9,979 3,603 4:47:05 Betsy O'Brien
19,588 7,976 1,407 5:34:23 Daniel Pitts John Winters 16,079 9,838 371 4:44:33

Were you in Boston for the marathon? Upload photos to this story or email to Kelly.Mello@Patch.com.

Christopher Rappold April 17, 2012 at 12:54 PM
Bravo to all of the Norton residents to finish Boston. That is an amazing accomplishment. You should all be very proud! Memories for a lifetime and an achievement you will always remember. Chris Rappold - Personal Best Karate

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