Rock 'n' Roll San Antonio Marathon & 1/2 Marathon - Half Marathon Results
November 14, 2010
|13||220||Molly Pritz||Rochester Hills, MI||01:12:14|
|24||222||Allison Macsas||Austin, TX||01:16:04|
|30||228||Kara June||Austin, TX||01:17:52|
|37||225||Nichole Johns||Waco, TX||01:18:30|
|40||227||Johanna Bonfiglio||Carlsbad, CA||01:18:46|
|41||223||Andrija Barker McCurry||Caldwell, ID||01:18:54|
|45||1868||Heather Wood||Los Alamos, NM||01:19:42|
|47||1404||Asia Myrland||Austin, TX||01:19:47|
|65||226||Debbie Arzola||Allen, TX||01:22:51|
|67||1455||Sarah Mark||Austin, TX||01:23:14|
|68||1805||Niccole Crank||Austin, TX||01:23:29|
|72||224||Shannon Miller||Houston, TX||01:23:34|
|76||1465||Marnie Staehly||Houston, TX||01:24:09|
|96||1709||Lisa Coleman||Cedar Hill, TX||01:25:58|
|108||24792||Christina Graham||Lubbock, TX||01:26:50|
|116||1918||Darla Shinn||Dallas, TX||01:27:10|
|127||1400||Kelly Rodriguez||Oldsmar, FL||01:27:43|
|138||1937||Elizabeth Meraz||Plano, TX||01:28:05|
|141||1478||Cindy Connolly||Austin, TX||01:28:16|
|143||1473||Cindy Salazar||Austin, TX||01:28:26|
|144||1892||Jen Johnson||Kingsville, TX||01:28:29|
|153||1578||Kathryn Heinzen||Copperas Cove, TX||01:28:49|
|155||1841||Kelli Newlon||San Antonio, TX||01:28:53|
|161||1504||Lauren Hierholzer||San Antonio, TX||01:29:03|
|162||1712||Janelle Ralph||Gold Hill, OR||01:29:03|
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