Way to go Will!

Will Ferrell Finishes Boston Marathon
BOSTON – Will Ferrell, known for his antics on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” ran the Boston Marathon with his wife and achieved two goals: He finished in under four hours, and he beat the guy dressed as Elvis.
After saying at the start that he just wanted to finish, Ferrell did better than that with a time of 3 hours, 56 minutes, 12 seconds. The guy dressed as Elvis Presley — actually, a friend of Ferrell’s named Bob Babbitt — came in at 4:28:33.
“It’s truly an amazing event. Along with the history and everything, it’s a bit of a blur,” Ferrell said of Monday’s race. “Heartbreak Hill felt like a lovely summer day … and then you get hit over the head with a hammer.”
There were no jokes along the route, reported 1968 marathon winner Amby Burfoot, who ran near the 35-year-old actor-comedian.
“He was completely serious,” said Burfoot, who runs every fifth anniversary of his victory. “His coach had him on a short tether. They had something left at the end. It’s great to see celebrities come into the race and treat it seriously.”
Ferrell and his wife, Viveca, ran in the New York City Marathon in 2001, finishing together in 5 hours, 1 minute and 56 seconds.