Boston Marathon 2017

Team MR8 gathers $917,431 for Martin Richard Foundation

Reporter Staff
Apr. 19, 2017

A number of runners from Dorchester plugged along and made it through the Boston Marathon’s 26 miles and 385 yards of winding road from Hopkinton to Boylston Street as temperatures hit the mid-70s on an unseasonably warm Monday holiday. 

The 100-member Team MR8 raised $917,431 for the Martin Richard Foundation, with local members compiling decent times: Eoin Cannon, finishing in (4:29:43, led the troupe, followed by John Delano (4:46:46), Pat Doherty (4:55:52), Dianne Lescinskas (5:16:33), Michael McCarthy (4:40:40), Rachel Moo (5:27:22), Kathleen Mullen (5:44:17), Cailin Pagel (4:27:21), Patrick Ryan (5:04:47), Talia Siravo (5:23:43), Jack Wu (4:19:42), Laura and Peter Oggeri (5:19:58 and 5:02:58), Pat Brophy (4:46:54), Derek Mourad (5:06:59), and Steve Wilkins (6:02:20).

Dorchester native and boxer Michelle Egan crossed the line in 4:22:01. Steven Farrell and Todd Robinson, a Dorchester couple who were featured in the Reporter several weeks ago, hit the tape together, Farrell at 4:39:21 and Robinson just two seconds behind.

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The Martin Richard Foundation provides opportunities for individuals and communities to live out the values of peace, justice and kindness.

Martin Richard Foundation is proud to support the following organizations:

  • ABCD (Summer Jobs Program)
  • Abington St. Patrick's Day Parade 2016
  • Adaptive Sports New England, Boston
  • Alexander County Family YMCA, North Carolina
  • All Dorchester Sports League, Boston
  • America Scores Boston
  • Amphibious Achievement, MIT
  • Athletes Serving Athletes, Lutherville, MD
  • Authorizing Action, North Carolina
  • Ben's Bells, Tucson, Arizona
  • Big Sister Association of Greater Boston
  • Boston Centers for Youth and Family
  • Boston Police Athletic League
  • Boy's Hope Girls Hope Ohio
  • Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester
  • Brookline Teen Center
  • buildOn, Stamford, Connecticut
  • Canton Challengers
  • Carl Hosea Helping Hands Foundation
  • Carl Joseph Walker-Hoover Foundation, Springfield, MA
  • Casa Nueva Vida, Roxbury
  • Cedar Grove Baseball
  • Christmas in the City, Boston
  • College Bound Dorchester, Boston
  • Community Boat Building, Boston
  • DJ Dream Fund
  • Dorchester Day Parade Committee 2016
  • Dorchester Eagles Pop Warner
  • Dorchester Education & Enrichment Program (DEEP)
  • Dorchester Street Hockey
  • Dorchester Youth Hockey
  • Dorchester Youth Soccer
  • Edward M. Kennedy Institute
  • GenerationOn
  • Greater Ashmont Area Main Streets, Boston
  • Greater Neponset Flag Football League, Dorchester MA
  • Have A Sammi Kinda Day
  • Heather Abbott Foundation, Rhode Island
  • Hyde Park Pop Warner Cowboys, Boston MA
  • It Starts With Me!
  • Jeffrey Coombs Memorial Foundation
  • JFK Library Foundation
  • John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club of Newton
  • Julie's Family Learning Program, South Boston
  • Lauren Dunne Astley Memorial Fund
  • Louis D. Brown Peace Institute
  • MA Down Syndrome Congress
  • Neighborhood Children's Theater, Boston
  • Never Say Never Foundation, Clearwater Beach, Florida
  • New England Adaptive Sports
  • Newfound Lake Region Association
  • On the Rise, Cambridge, MA
  • Project 351
  • Salem High School Athletic Department
  • Savin Hill Baseball
  • Savin Hill Little League
  • Sole Train, Boston
  • South End Baseball, Boston
  • South Shore Special Needs Athletic Partnership (SNAP)
  • St. Ambrose Family Shelter, Dorchester
  • St. Ann CYO Basketball
  • St. Brendan's Voyageur's Club, Dorchester
  • The Fishing Academy, Brighton
  • The Magical Moon Foundation, Marshfield, MA
  • Title IX Girls, Cambridge, MA
  • UTEC, Lowell MA
  • Watertown Youth Baseball
  • YMCA Southcoast
  • Youth Enrichment Services (YES)
  • Zoo New England