Rock 'n' Roll San Antonio Marathon & 1/2 Marathon - Half Marathon Results
November 14, 2010
|1||201||Scott Macpherson||Austin, TX||01:04:26|
|2||205||Darren Brown||Austin, TX||01:05:45|
|3||208||Erik Stanley||Austin, TX||01:05:57|
|4||202||Andrew Carnes||Canton, OH||01:06:19|
|5||210||Chass Armstrong||Boerne, TX||01:06:46|
|6||211||Sean Zanderson||Encinitas, CA||01:07:15|
|7||214||Sergio Gonzalez||Oceanside, CA||01:08:29|
|8||1357||Ricardo Carrillo||Castroville, TX||01:09:54|
|9||216||Dave Edwards||Rancho Bernardo, CA||01:10:04|
|10||1356||David Rodriguez||Corpus Christi, TX||01:10:10|
|11||215||Okwaro Raura||Oceanside, CA||01:11:18|
|12||16||Zerihun Ayele||Austin, TX||01:11:59|
|14||1375||Ashish Patel||Austin, TX||01:12:54|
|15||1927||Daniel Vertiz||San Antonio, TX||01:13:12|
|16||18963||Paul Terranova||Austin, TX||01:14:33|
|17||1803||Steven Hernandez||Austin, TX||01:14:42|
|18||1867||Bradley Paye||Houston, TX||01:15:09|
|19||1930||Alan Crane||Austin, TX||01:15:10|
|20||1394||Andrew Gazda||San Antonio, TX||01:15:28|
|21||209||Dan Boyle||Manhattan, KS||01:15:56|
|22||1932||Gerardo Garza Jr||Monterrey, NL||01:15:56|
|23||13311||Peter Susca||San Antonio, TX||01:15:58|
|25||1370||Arthur Cooke||Highlands Ranch, CO||01:16:08|
|26||1926||Raul Garcia||Austin, TX||01:16:17|
|27||1377||Antonius Stouten||Apeldoorn, QRO||01:17:05|
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