BOSTON (CBS) – Four members of the WBZ team successfully completed the 119th running of the Boston Marathon.12-Year-Old Boy Seriously Injured After Being Struck By Car In Taunton
Fisher led the WBZ charge with a time of 3:46:24. His time was 20 minutes faster than his previous finish in 2014.
“As soon as the rain let up a little bit it got a lot easier,” Fisher said following the finish.READ MORE: Judge Will Not Block COVID Vaccine Mandate For Massachusetts Correction Officers
Vaughn crossed the finish line in 4:21:09, Jacobs ran the course in 4:31:41 and Wade ended his first Boston Marathon in 4:49:21.
Fisher joked after he crossed the finish line that he already knew where his next stop would be.MORE NEWS: 'I Know A Lot Of People Who Have Quit': Friday Deadline For Boston Hospital Employees To Get COVID Vaccine
“Time for a beer, a burger. We’ll be good,” he said.