Rock 'n' Roll San Antonio Marathon & 1/2 Marathon - Half Marathon Results
November 14, 2010
|8||1357||Ricardo Carrillo||Castroville, TX||01:09:54|
|17||1803||Steven Hernandez||Austin, TX||01:14:42|
|19||1930||Alan Crane||Austin, TX||01:15:10|
|22||1932||Gerardo Garza Jr||Monterrey, NL||01:15:56|
|25||1370||Arthur Cooke||Highlands Ranch, CO||01:16:08|
|33||1435||Armando Estrada||Leon Guanajuato, GTO||01:18:02|
|38||1869||Geoffrey Whitfield||Cedar Park, TX||01:18:31|
|44||1403||Kamran Shah||Austin, TX||01:19:19|
|46||1933||Greg Voelkel||Randolph Afb, TX||01:19:43|
|48||14967||Kevin Durkin||San Antonio, TX||01:19:56|
|49||1804||Doug Framke||San Marcos, TX||01:19:56|
|50||1420||David Brown||Boerne, TX||01:20:04|
|57||1131||Ryan Swartz||Sugar Land, TX||01:21:15|
|59||1072||Brandt Wallace||Austin, TX||01:21:30|
|64||1906||Luis G Reyes||Guadalajara, GU||01:22:49|
|71||1439||Chip Maxa||Houston, TX||01:23:35|
|73||1437||Christopher Boyle||Pflugerville, TX||01:23:39|
|80||1470||Adam Hennessey||Fort Worth, TX||01:24:32|
|91||2440||Joe Sabino||Round Rock, TX||01:25:20|
|94||1577||Chip Leduff||Nacogdoches, TX||01:25:43|
|100||1450||David Andrews||San Antonio, TX||01:26:29|
|122||1860||Mark Heerensperger||Cedar Park, TX||01:27:25|
|123||1566||Julio Granados||Amargosa Valley, NV||01:27:29|
|126||6934||Shelly Henry||Austin, TX||01:27:39|
|133||1477||David Larios||San Antonio, TX||01:27:58|
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