Not sure what you were doing yesterday, but Tim Sweeney, a personal trainer from Connecticut, was one of 43,000 athletes running the NYC Marathon. It took him almost 7 hours, which wouldn't be impressive if not for the fact that he's a cystic fibrosis sufferer who got a double lung transplant last year. "It was so much more than I expected. It was overwhelming," Sweeney told the Daily News after the race. "I didn't care about time. I really wanted to finish."