Rock 'n' Roll Denver Marathon & 1/2 Marathon - Half Marathon
October 20, 2013
|1||200||Jeremy Freed||Longmont, CO||01:08:34|
|2||202||Jonathan Aziz||Boulder, CO||01:11:46|
|3||207||Sean Mahoney||Gunnison, CO||01:13:42|
|4||209||Bob Weiner||Evergreen, CO||01:13:51|
|5||1266||Steven Busch||Parker, CO||01:15:42|
|6||1661||Justin Daerr||Boulder, CO||01:16:07|
|7||1273||Sean McNeil||Littleton, CO||01:16:36|
|8||210||Pepi Peterson||Hudson, MA||01:16:59|
|9||1278||Gary Holt||Highlands Ranch, CO||01:17:33|
|10||7752||Andy Rinne||Colorado Springs, CO||01:17:56|
|11||301||Lidia Simon||Boulder, CO||01:18:01|
|12||1667||Dan Holligan||Englewood, CO||01:18:35|
|13||302||Wendy Thomas||Windsor, CO||01:18:56|
|14||1275||Brian Stillwell||Colorado Springs, CO||01:19:09|
|15||1665||Michael Kraus||Westminster, CO||01:19:13|
|16||1277||Clifton Railsback||Longmont, CO||01:19:18|
|17||1276||Gerald Romero||Colorado Springs, CO||01:20:30|
|18||7785||Michael Hagen||Colorado Springs, CO||01:20:35|
|19||1403||Bethany Chang||Denver, CO||01:20:37|
|20||1766||Eric Broecker||Denver, CO||01:20:41|
|21||1745||Joe Oviedo||Houston, TX||01:20:47|
|22||300||Constantina Dita||Erie, CO||01:20:52|
|23||1668||Sam Molder||Laramie, WY||01:20:55|
|24||315||Amanda Scott||Boulder, CO||01:20:56|
|25||1663||Vincent Auzias||Denver, CO||01:20:57|
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