James Pantelidis Runs Boston Marathon For Charity

James Pantelidis greeted at mile 10 by fellow Leadership 100 Board member and native Bostonian, Drake Behrakis.

James Pantelidis, a member of the Leadership 100 Board of Trustees ran in the 120th Boston Marathon on April 18, 2016 for the charity “Cops for Kids and Cancer.” A 501 (c) (3) charity, “Cops for Kids with Cancer” was founded by retired and active police officers and volunteers directly involved in the care of children with cancer providing help to their caregivers through difficult crises.

George Tsandikos, Leadership 100 Chairman, stated: “We commend Jim for his participation in the Boston Marathon and for his untiring support of the worthy cause of ‘Cops for Kids and Cancer’. He makes us all proud.”

Pantelidis decided to run the Boston Marathon this year for the charity after having completed 12 New York City Marathons.  He has already exceeded his fund-raising goal. His net time in the race was 4:43:16, overall 23160/26639, in male gender 12936/14471 and in division 839/993 (M60-64 Age Group).

Runners, survivors and city officials marked the three-year anniversary of the Boston Bombings, laying a wreath at a ceremony. Boston held a citywide moment of silence.

 

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