Rock 'n' Roll San Antonio Marathon & 1/2 Marathon - Marathon Results
November 14, 2010
|3||13||Keith Pierce||Cedar Park, TX||02:23:15|
|4||1043||Erik Burciaga||Corpus Christi, TX||02:29:19|
|5||1021||Matt Aguero||Lawton, OK||02:31:01|
|6||1020||Jon Hiatt||Chicago, IL||02:32:10|
|8||11||Jeremy Daum||San Antonio, TX||02:33:44|
|9||1048||Blake Culp||Seabrook, TX||02:35:41|
|10||1049||Anthony Calingo||Tampa, FL||02:36:38|
|11||8||Benny Rodriguez||Laredo, TX||02:36:57|
|13||1256||Peter Vail||Denver, CO||02:45:02|
|14||1285||Douglas Wilson||Broomfield, CO||02:45:03|
|15||1086||Novel Gaitan||Charlotte, TX||02:45:50|
|16||1057||Jake Perez||Rockport, TX||02:46:04|
|17||1068||Michael Crawford||Houston, TX||02:46:41|
|18||1262||Alex Morris||Houston, TX||02:46:57|
|19||1066||Colton Connelly||Boerne, TX||02:48:08|
|20||1081||Russell Ingram||Edmond, OK||02:48:33|
|21||1326||Ariel Galvan||San Antonio, TX||02:48:43|
|22||12||Gary Guerrero||San Antonio, TX||02:49:44|
|23||1169||James Cleary||Austin, TX||02:51:12|
|24||1286||Anthony Rimas||San Antonio, TX||02:52:04|
|25||3283||Michael Madison||Austin, TX||02:52:06|
|26||10||Anda Greeny||Goodfellow Afb, TX||02:52:14|
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