What happened to John Berman?

JOHN Berman is known as the co-anchor of CNN's New Day with Brianna Keilar.

In April 2022, he gave fans a scare after revealing that he was hospitalized.

What happened to John Berman?

On April 18, Berman, 50, was scheduled to run the 2022 Boston Marathon but things reportedly did not go as planned.

One mile in, he suffered a medical emergency and was taken to the hospital.

"So apparently I had 25 GREAT miles…I say apparently because it seems I took a bit of a detour to the medical tent…and then the hospital," he wrote on Twitter.

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"I don't exactly remember what happened…but I am doing MUCH better now. Back to work soon!"

At the time, he was running on behalf of Team Beans Fund, an organization aimed at raising money and awareness for children with cancer.

The organization was named in honor of Andrew Kaczynski's daughter Francesca 'Beans' Kaczynski, who passed away when she was 9 months old.

What is John Berman's net worth?

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Due to his career in media, Berman has been able to amass an extensive net worth.

As of April 2022, he's reportedly worth $5million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

This number stems from his broadcast career.

Before he joined CNN, Berman studied at Harvard University, appeared on ABC News, and served as the head writer for ABC World News Tonight, Celebrity Net Worth reports.

In 2015, Berman also appeared on Celebrity Jeopardy!.

Who won the 2022 Boston Marathon?

The Boston Marathon is typically held on Patriots Day but had to be changed in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The 2022 event marked its official return and saw over 28,000 runners out on the 26-mile course.

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For the men's division, the winner was Kenyan long-distance runner Evans Chebet, 33.

For the women's division, the winner was Kenyan professional long-distance runner and Olympic gold medalist Peres Jepchirchir, 28.

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