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Lexington Residents Registered to Run the Boston Marathon

Here's a look at local runners planning to take on the 116th Boston Marathon, along with their bib numbers.

Forecasts calling for a scorcher on this Patriots’ Day may have thinned the field for the 116thh Boston Marathon, but a number of Lexington residents will be running.

More than 30 Lexington residents have registered for the marathon, but it’s unclear this morning if any decided to take the Boston Athletic Association’s advice and defer participation until Marathon Monday in 2013.

Following forecasts for high temperatures of up to 90 degrees along the marathon route, the BAA on Saturday morning issued an emailed statement cautioning inexperienced runners from running and offering a deferment to any official runner who wants to wait until next hear. 

Here is a complete list of Lexington residents who had signed up to run Monday's Boston Marathon.

Name Age Bib Number Alfonso Fulvio Abela  53 9518 Blaise Aguirre 47  8165 Marke Battite 45

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Anna J. Berman 18 25507 Richard A. Cronin, Jr. 49 24261 Jason D. Denoncourt 34 26144 Andrea Domings 21 22363 Jennifer S. Famiglietti 39 24750 Ines Fusco 50 22457 Catherine W. Gill 48 19208 Victoria Hines 21 22273 Martin Holzner 45 3459 Honda Toshiuki 50 4281 Charles R. Jones 27 26856 Warren Kerper 49 9348 Yamil K Kouri 50 25036 Lauren M. Liuzzo 24 9958 Pascal Marmier 38 532 Jillian L. McNabb 22 25787 Michael J. Menovich 61 11419 Emily H. Miller 21 23917 Christine J. Mitchell 47 22499 Chaitanya S. Mudgal 49 25888 Joe Noonan 68 11513 Andreas Olofsson 38 5718 Sandy C. Pope 51 20828 Yuval M. Ramon 46 8380 Alexander D. Ripley 40 23552 Edward S. Steinfeld 45 1449 Carol Sullivan 8091 Daniel Tereau 45 22569 Frank Y. Wang 49 8314 Lauren K. Weeks 36 22154

Check back with Lexington Patch to find out how the local runners finished in the race. Or track them yourself on the BAA website.

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