THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, April 22, 2022 Page 19 MARATHON | FROM PAGE 3 ner, with an impressive time of 2:06:51.For the Women, fellow Kenyan Peres Jerchirchir was the victor, with a time of 2:21.01. Both races had close finishes, the Women's Race nearly a photo finish as the runner-up, Ababel Yeshenah of Ethiopia, came in just four seconds behind Jerchirchir with a 2:21:05. Two other Kenyans finished third and fourth respectively. An especially touching moment on Marathon Monday took place at the finish line for Henry Richard, of Boston, who was running his first Boston Marathon. Richard, 20, is a college student and the brother of the late Martin Richard, who was killed in the 2013 Marathon bombing tragedy. At only eight years old, Martin was the youngest victim that fateful Marathon Monday. A younger sister, Jane, now 16 years old, lost a leg in the tragic bombing. Henry Richard carried both his late brother and sister with him during the race, with Martin's name etched in marker on his right arm and Jane's name emblazoned on his chest inside his shirt. Henry was also at the bombing scene on Patriot’s Day, 2013, just 11 years old, but emerged from the tragedy with just cuts and bruises. "I know Martin was with me during the race," Henry told reporters afterward, pledging to continue to run the Boston Marathon next year in #127, in 2023, and thereafter in his family's honor. Locally, in the Advocate readership area of Everett, Malden, Revere and Saugus, nearly 40 residents combined from the four communities participated in the Marathon on Monday, most of them able to finish the 26.2 mile race. The top male and overall finisher in Everett was David Pirman, 39, with a time of 4:15:59. Everett's top female finisher was Alexandra Cordoba, 28, at 4:36:47. The top male and overall finisher in Malden was also a firsttime Boston Marathon participant. Patrick Mangan, 30, finished at 3:15:56, 6,069th overall and in the top 25% overall, an impressive accomplishment in his first attempt. Nora Gozzo, 29, was Malden's top female finisher at 3:30:20. Anayo Osueke, 41, was the top male finisher for Revere at 3:03:15, in the 15% at 3,888th overall. Connor Holland, 23, was the top female finisher in Revere ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ CITY OF MALDEN - REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS The City of Malden’s Request for Qualification (RFQ) invites sealed statements of qualifications (SOQs) in accordance with M.G.L. c.7C, §§44-58 from qualified registered architect person or firm for DESIGNER SERVICES FOR FIRE STATION BUILDING FEASIBILITY STUDY Email Company Name, Address, Contact Name, Email and Phone Number to purchasing@cityofmalden.org for Contract Documents after: 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 27, 2022. SOQs will be received until 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 31, 2022, at the Office of the Controller, 215 Pleasant Street 2nd Floor, Malden MA 02148. Following the deadline, all SOQs received within the time specified will be reviewed by the Selection Committee, and fee will be negotiated with the most advantageous SOQ for services sought. The City reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. CITY OF MALDEN Office of the Controller AND THE WINNERS ARE!: The first wave of runners of the 126th Boston Marathon cross the finish line on Monday.(Courtesy Photo) April 22, 2022 at 4:12:36. For Saugus, Chris Hancock, 48, (3:16:25) was the top male finisher and the top female Marathon finisher was Casey Hyde, 27, at 3:20:05. 126th BOSTON MARATHON MALDEN FINISHERS Patrick Mangan (3:15:56) Raymundo Chen Luo (3:27:05) Nora Gozzo (3:30:20) Meghan Osterlind (3:35:43) Joshua Grzegorzewski (3:53:50) Karthrine Kukova (4:01:00) Marissa McDonough (4:33:34) Nicole Nakielski (5:13:55)

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