Rock 'n' Roll San Antonio Marathon & 1/2 Marathon - Marathon Results
November 14, 2010
|5||1021||Matt Aguero||Lawton, OK||02:31:01|
|6||1020||Jon Hiatt||Chicago, IL||02:32:10|
|17||1068||Michael Crawford||Houston, TX||02:46:41|
|24||1286||Anthony Rimas||San Antonio, TX||02:52:04|
|27||1064||Robert Michell||San Antonio, TX||02:52:58|
|34||1058||Jose Acosta||Houston, TX||02:55:10|
|36||1103||John Farrugia||Austin, TX||02:56:17|
|39||1272||Jonathan Sandlin||San Antonio, TX||02:56:57|
|40||1092||Matthew Hall||San Antonio, TX||02:57:14|
|45||1055||Steven Escaler||Houston, TX||02:58:55|
|48||2091||Tom Bankston||Houston, TX||02:59:24|
|50||1135||Toby Lentz||Fernandina Beach, FL||02:59:46|
|53||1095||Matt Smith||San Antonio, TX||03:01:01|
|54||1203||Shelby Snodgrass||San Antonio, TX||03:01:04|
|60||1158||Erik Totten||Austin, TX||03:04:02|
|61||2024||Jorge Atena||Houston, TX||03:04:11|
|82||1162||Jonathan Souza||Dallas, TX||03:09:44|
|98||2050||Andrew Huxley||Cibolo, TX||03:12:28|
|106||1279||Derrick McIver||San Antonio, TX||03:13:11|
|108||1304||Luis Miguel Hincapie||Miami, FL||03:13:17|
|111||1282||Matt Miller||Austin, TX||03:14:25|
|118||1303||Yancey Arrington||Austin, TX||03:15:22|
|119||1149||Aaron Hager||Little Rock, AR||03:15:28|
|123||2281||Ryan Wilson||Seattle, WA||03:16:00|
|132||1231||Ethan Hopkin||Austin, TX||03:16:41|
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