84 Buffalo Grove Residents Complete Chicago Marathon

Timothy Payne placed 312th, putting him in the race's top 1 percent.

Eighty-four Buffalo Grove residents completed the Bank of America Chicago Marathon on Oct. 7, according to the event results.

The runners from Buffalo Grove who completed the 26.2-mile course ranged from 19 to 65 years old.

They included Andrew Adair, Natalia Adamska, Edward Ahn, Mike Baba, Elizabeth Badowski, Chrsi Bartosik, Mike Belbot, Paul Benjamin, Juan Bondad, Jordan Borkan, Lisa Brandwein, Yin Chin Chang, James Chin, Rohit Dak, Daniel Dame, Umang Desai, Bryan Deutsch, Robert Dobroski, Ryan Edley, Aimee Ericson, Richard Fabbrini, Joseph Foster, Eric Francisco, Andrew Gallo, Jorge Gallo, Steven Gerson, Julie Gilpin, Gerald Green, Jennifer Grimmer, Thomas Grimmer, Jim Hoesly, Alex Hughes, Janel Huston, Atsuhiro Inaba, Cindy Isaacson, Anna Jakobiec, Joseph Jason, Tadamichi Kamegai, Hyun Kang, Jin Kang, Jaime Karlinsky, Randi Klawans, Lawrence Kravets, Gustaw Kubiszewski, Tessa Lancaster, Jodi Levit, Steven Levy, Sheila Lockwood, Jennifer Luna, Stan Makarsky, Wendi Muise, Morgan Murphy, Shuichi Nakamae, Todd Naughton, Jason Noh, Sang Park, Timothy Payne, Robert Perez, Brandon Perlow, Steve Rimnac, Oscar Rivera, Stephanie Rosenthal, Jennifer Salpietro, Henry Schwartz, John Seifert, Kim Sheer, Barbara Simon, Jamee Smith, Jason Star, Alyse Stone, Monica Strazzante, David Strusiner, Arthur Tamras, Douglas Tomezak, George Turner, Wanda Tyndall White, Phil Vevang, Mike Weliczko, Joshua Wenger, Xin Xin, Mike Yang, Monica Yang and Ilya Zavin.

Timothy Payne, 27, was the fastest Buffalo Grove runner. He finished the race in 2:48:26, placing 312th out of 37,454 runners.

Visit the Chicago Marathon results page for details about each of Buffalo Grove’s runners.

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