Rock 'n' Roll San Antonio Marathon & 1/2 Marathon - Marathon Results
November 14, 2010
|9||1048||Blake Culp||Seabrook, TX||02:35:41|
|10||1049||Anthony Calingo||Tampa, FL||02:36:38|
|14||1285||Douglas Wilson||Broomfield, CO||02:45:03|
|16||1057||Jake Perez||Rockport, TX||02:46:04|
|18||1262||Alex Morris||Houston, TX||02:46:57|
|20||1081||Russell Ingram||Edmond, OK||02:48:33|
|25||3283||Michael Madison||Austin, TX||02:52:06|
|31||1082||Thaddeus Arnold||Washington, DC||02:54:01|
|51||1190||Matthew Reyes||Humble, TX||02:59:56|
|58||1160||Brien Waldron||Cedar Rapids, IA||03:03:25|
|68||1208||Tom Miller||Houston, TX||03:06:10|
|69||1273||Drew Ratner||Lubbock, TX||03:06:24|
|71||1197||Scott Voorhees||Austin, TX||03:07:25|
|79||1210||Johnathan Wahlers||Austin, TX||03:09:13|
|83||1225||Federico Castro Jr||Austin, TX||03:09:45|
|84||1248||Matthew Gaines||Sugar Land, TX||03:09:47|
|90||1217||Matt Foxhall||San Antonio, TX||03:10:12|
|94||1075||Matthew Abitbol||Chicago, IL||03:10:50|
|96||1177||Dennis Lastochkin||Austin, TX||03:11:49|
|99||1254||Justin Fanslau||Kansas City, MO||03:12:42|
|101||1146||Matthew McKenna||Astoria, NY||03:12:47|
|110||1274||Keegan Ferguson||Austin, TX||03:14:03|
|112||3237||Tito Carrillo||Helotes, TX||03:14:36|
|116||2002||David Stablein||Houston, TX||03:14:58|
|124||1120||David Neal||San Antonio, TX||03:16:08|
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