Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Half Marathon
September 2, 2012
|39||60||Renee High||Virginia Beach, VA||01:22:54|
|69||5790||Lydia Veal||Jacksonville, FL||01:28:41|
|74||61||Kris Lawrence||Virginia Beach, VA||01:29:32|
|117||1259||Elizabeth Helland||Arlington, VA||01:34:12|
|141||1229||Lisa Mealey||Salisbury, MD||01:35:57|
|191||1502||Erin Schulz||Henrico, VA||01:38:44|
|192||1175||Jennifer Halkey||Ashburn, VA||01:38:47|
|197||1419||Abigail Stiles||Norfolk, VA||01:38:55|
|199||2705||Amanda Coulbourn||Virginia Beach, VA||01:39:03|
|214||1476||Sara Perez||Stafford, VA||01:39:26|
|218||1474||Margaret Smith||Arlington, VA||01:39:30|
|241||1396||Seth Dwyer||Chapel Hill, NC||01:40:20|
|268||3304||Erin Valocsik||Virginia Beach, VA||01:41:15|
|278||2367||Melinda Fuller||Winooski, VT||01:41:42|
|320||1438||Audrey Perlow||Arlington, VA||01:43:16|
|324||1569||Megan Merrifield||Washington, DC||01:43:22|
|357||6600||Jennifer Grill||Chesapeake, VA||01:44:02|
|362||1375||Rebecca Price||Washington, DC||01:44:13|
|371||3494||Piper Hendricks||Washington, DC||01:44:29|
|377||2103||Teresa Murphy||Waldorf, MD||01:44:35|
|390||1144||Angela Cothren||Avon, NC||01:44:50|
|412||3193||Jamie Cosgrove||Callaway, MD||01:45:18|
|423||2254||Flannery O'Rourke||Pittsburgh, PA||01:45:34|
|427||3661||Nora Nickel||Richmond, VA||01:45:37|
|428||2651||Julie Stevens||Waynesboro, VA||01:45:38|
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