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Central N.H. runners at the 118th Boston Marathon

Dejen Gebremeskel, left, of Ethiopia, breaks the tape ahead of Ben True, of Hanover, N.H., to win the 5-kilometer run Saturday, April 19, 2014, in Boston, in advance of Monday's 118th Boston Marathon.  (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

Dejen Gebremeskel, left, of Ethiopia, breaks the tape ahead of Ben True, of Hanover, N.H., to win the 5-kilometer run Saturday, April 19, 2014, in Boston, in advance of Monday's 118th Boston Marathon. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

Catch up on the finishing times of the area Boston Marathon runners below. (Bib number, age, town: half time – finishing time)

31983 Kally Abrams, 43, Bow: 02:33:46 – 05:43:43

27327 Craig Anderson, 34, Bow: 01:50:51 – 03:54:11

13991 Scott Atherton, 44, Sanbornton: 02:29:16 –

27379 Dianna Aucoin, 30, Henniker: 02:21:26 – 04:48:48

5033 David Audet, 49, Concord: 01:33:57 – 03:08:46

11931 Maryn Barrett, 45, East Andover: 01:40:32 – 03:38:07

14989 Stephen Barrett, 58, Canterbury: 01:58:23 – 04:08:22

16115 Jim Bassett, 57, Canterbury: 01:53:50 – 03:49:53

12342 Peter Brigham, 56, Penacook: 01:41:02 – 03:40:53

28290 Brian Byrne, 66, Concord: 01:54:04 – 06:48:12

14106 Megan Call, 34, New London: 01:52:17 – 03:58:40

32603 Robert Chance, 51, Meredith: 02:05:52 – 04:31:01

28567 Kendra Chevalier, 26, Bristol: 02:07:44 – 04:36:48

16222 Brian Collins, 58, Canterbury: 01:42:51 – 03:38:42

16989 Michael Commerford, 39, Bow: 02:02:23 – 06:27:35

26652 Joseph Conway Jr., 61, Bradford: 01:58:14 – 04:34:34

26773 Richard Correa, 66, Newbury: 02:24:42 – 04:57:21

15476 Allison Destefano, 26, Pembroke: 02:23:56 –

7851 Christin Doneski, 43, Hopkinton: 01:32:43 – 03:07:33

21716 Nancy Druke, 48, Canterbury: 01:50:49 – 03:46:29

14949 Robert Dubois, 51, Bow: 01:37:07 – 03:18:44

28565 Jeremy Earp, 37, Concord: 02:26:55 – 05:23:47

19456 Lori Emery, 39, Gilford: 01:43:47 – 03:42:24

1947 Dan Ferreira, 31, Concord: 01:26:51 – 03:07:49

23037 Walter Fortier, 64, Concord: 01:54:03 – 03:49:48

20326 Sheri Fournier, 37, Gilford: 01:49:52 – 04:02:49

9829 Gretchen Gandini, 35, Gilford: 01:46:43 – 03:58:45

3990 Scott Gilbert, 49, Loudon: 01:42:55 – 03:33:26

18196 James Givens, 56, Hopkinton: 01:51:14 – 03:57:21

16298 Kim Marie Goff, 52, Gilford: 01:49:37 – 03:48:54

7247 Aaron Hayward, 40, Laconia: 01:56:00 –

31967 Brett Heppler, 39, Northwood: 02:15:31 – 05:08:33

26539 Emilee Hoover, 33, Franklin: 03:03:20 – 06:54:56

34677 Naomi Johnston, 26, Pembroke: 02:53:14 – 06:20:32

2991 Jeffrey Ladieu, 39, Belmont: 01:39:06 – 03:19:21

27354 Lucas Lampman, 34, Concord: 02:15:36 – 05:26:30

27893 David Lawrence, 47, Deerfield: 01:54:16 – 04:33:28

2545 Keith Lundquist, 27, Concord: 01:28:59 – 02:57:49

27141 Brooke Mulkerron, 34, Concord: 02:06:57 – 05:00:44

26537 Brooke Paige, 42, Gilford: 02:30:16 – 05:27:20

34788 Marcie Reed, 27, Dunbarton: 02:27:38 – 05:17:30

11705 Brian Reynolds, 45, Andover: 01:39:05 – 03:19:42

2516 Denise Sandahl, 33, Bow: 01:21:28 – 02:54:13

26422 William Santis, 47, Hopkinton: 02:20:32 – 04:56:57

23990 James Shepard, 41, Concord: 02:02:19 – 04:26:54

9455 Keith Shields, 45, Northwood: 01:33:34 – 03:11:48

32155 Rich Simmons, 43, Tilton: 02:10:18 – 05:05:16

30711 Alexander Slocum, 53, Bow: 02:01:40 – 04:21:27

258 Joshua Steffen, 33, New London: 01:13:54 – 02:32:15

2871 Eric Williams, 49, Concord: 01:25:10 – 02:49:32

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