Rock 'n' Roll San Antonio Marathon & 1/2 Marathon - Half Marathon Results
November 14, 2010
|10||1356||David Rodriguez||Corpus Christi, TX||01:10:10|
|14||1375||Ashish Patel||Austin, TX||01:12:54|
|26||1926||Raul Garcia||Austin, TX||01:16:17|
|66||1565||Florent Bojarski||Houston, TX||01:23:02|
|77||2426||Daniel Uresti||College Station, TX||01:24:10|
|85||1520||Derek Sumner||Sugar Land, TX||01:24:50|
|90||1376||Don Welling||Houston, TX||01:25:10|
|92||1474||Chas Werner||Nashville, TN||01:25:30|
|95||1464||Bryan Nowak||San Antonio, TX||01:25:46|
|97||1816||Tyler Welch||Fort Collins, CO||01:26:09|
|98||1818||Rob Way||Austin, TX||01:26:14|
|101||1444||Matt Lovitt||Austin, TX||01:26:30|
|102||1479||Gary Wilson||Bossier City, LA||01:26:32|
|115||1463||Mike Jerue||San Antonio, TX||01:27:06|
|117||2814||Benjamin Lee||Port Neches, TX||01:27:17|
|134||1561||Nick Jones||Austin, TX||01:28:00|
|156||2397||Jason Benavides||San Antonio, TX||01:29:01|
|157||1457||Luke Tomlin||Dallas, TX||01:29:01|
|170||1476||Parker Carlisle||Dripping Springs, TX||01:29:21|
|174||1747||Chris Countouriotis||Steilacoom, WA||01:29:32|
|204||2174||Jerry Hanna||San Antonio, TX||01:31:06|
|223||1386||Ryan Moore||Houston, TX||01:31:38|
|224||1908||Dilipkumar Vadivel||Richmond, VA||01:31:40|
|237||3870||Scott Cook||Bergheim, TX||01:32:24|
|240||1621||Jeremy Montoya||College Station, TX||01:32:29|
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