Chancellor Dennis Walcott, in black, finishes mile 8 of the New York City Marathon in Brooklyn Sunday.

Some education types are hobbling after pounding the pavement for 26.2 miles in yesterday’s New York City Marathon.

Wearing supportive kneebands and number 1700 in honor of the number of schools he oversees, Chancellor Dennis Walcott ran his first marathon in less than four and a half hours. His unofficial time, 4:23:51, put him in the top third of male runners in his age group, 60 to 64.

Patrick Sullivan, a member of the Panel for Educational Policy who frequently opposes Walcott’s proposed policies, ran the marathon in 3:48:54, putting him in the top 27 percent of finishers in his age group, 45-50.

Diahann Malcolm, the physical education-teaching principal of Queens’ High School for Law Enforcement and Public Safety who tries to run the marathon every year, finished in 5:09:45.

And GothamSchools intern Jessica Campbell finished her first marathon in 5:20:16. (Congrats!)

Others got in on the action without breaking a sweat. Families from Community Roots Charter School sold homemade baked goods on Fourth Avenue in Brooklyn, a popular cheering spot near the eighth mile of the marathon route.

Families from Community Roots Charter School hold a bake sale alongside the marathon route.