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64 Barrington-Area Residents Finish Chicago Marathon

Five Barrington-area runners placed in the top 100 of their division.

Sixty-four Barrington-area residents finished the Bank of America Chicago Marathon this weekend, but five of those runners stand out from the crowd.

Timothy McAuliff, 19, of Barrington, finished the 26.2 mile course in 2:58:16. His strong finish was good enough for 3rd place among 16-19 year olds. He placed 662 among all men in the marathon, and 718 place overall.

Barrington resident Heather Swink, 39, finished the race in 3:02:52 placing 13th in her division, 90th among all women in the race, and 1003 overall.

Sherry Ruffolo, 40, of South Barrington, finished 40th in her division with a time of 3:20:52. Ruffolo was 331st among women in the race, and 2674th overall.

South Barrington resident Andrea Kleinjan, 45, came in 94th in her division with a time of 3:42:55. She place 1424th in her gender and 6776th overall.

 

Other Barrington-area finishers include:

Denise Amsrud

Kurt Anderson

Carla Bank

Jason Bulinksi

William Burns

Molly Byrns

Yongsoo Chung

Alison Dankroger

Erin Ding

Amy Domke

Bess Donoghue

Ruth Durband

Randall Eilering

Katie Faris

Berit Fischer

Paul Frantz

Dyona Frycek

Ben Gabis

Ruselle Hass

Antonia Hays

Nick Howard

Deena Johnson

Kelly Johnson

Michael Kelly

Lewis Knecht

Rachel Kulsakdinun

Alison Lampier

James Lechowicz

Kepha Lee

Daniel Lynn

Frank Mazzocco

Marsha McCreary

Kim McGreevy

Noah Menikoff

Sarah Mennie

Elizabeth Miller

Bradley Mori

Pete Mullally

Michael Murphy

Edgardo Navarro

Marcela Oberschneider

Marcy Oberschneider

Shannon Owsley

Maxwell Petersen

Joan Petrungaro

Armida Powell

Gabrielle Guintana

Vijay Rangan

Jeffrey Recker

Robert Reinke

Jeffrey Sanfilippo

John Sheehy

Brian Sheppard

George Shinn

Jim Stewart

Anthony Tako

Bridget Tessarolo

Erica Ward

Mindy Weith

Stephanie Zamorski

 

 

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