It's been a while since we heard from Jason "J-Mac" McElwain.

McElwain, who is autistic, gained national notoriety after coming off the bench during a 2006 high school basketball game and scoring 20 points in four minutes. His story captivated the country -- he met President George W. Bush, he won an ESPY and he even sold the move rights to his story.

So what is McElwain up to now? He's working as a baker at a supermarket, volunteering as an assistant coach at his former high school, and oh yeah, running marathons.

On Sunday, McElwain finished the MVP Health Care Rochester Marathon in 3 hours, 1 minute and 41 seconds. Not only was that time good enough for 15th place, it also qualifies McElwain for a spot in the Boston Marathon.

While the field for the 2013 Boston Marathon is already closed, McElwain says he is looking to run the race in 2014.

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