Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Half Marathon
September 2, 2012
|33||65||Perry Shoemaker||Vienna, VA||01:22:21|
|80||1284||Yoko England||Norfolk, VA||01:30:32|
|129||1203||Tricia Lee||Virginia Beach, VA||01:35:02|
|246||1316||Laura Greeson||Alexandria, VA||01:40:30|
|264||2648||Cindy Wendt||Glen Allen, VA||01:41:07|
|335||2709||Meaghann McCarthy||Virginia Beach, VA||01:43:35|
|401||1499||Jenny Sparks||Wellington, FL||01:45:00|
|446||1256||Catharine Hasle||Temecula, CA||01:46:13|
|473||6432||Amy Mack||Norfolk, VA||01:47:06|
|481||1212||Kelly Zimmerman||Stevensville, MD||01:47:24|
|546||2346||Suzy Ramirez-Lowe||Williamsburg, VA||01:48:38|
|570||3427||Teresa Perez||Elwood, IN||01:49:04|
|603||1545||Fern Bass||Virginia Beach, VA||01:49:39|
|617||11060||Lorraine Wagner||Virginia Beach, VA||01:49:53|
|654||3493||Kim Stewart||Norfolk, VA||01:50:30|
|673||3530||Stacia Smith||Schenectady, NY||01:50:45|
|675||2207||Kim Ratcliffe||Yorktown, VA||01:50:46|
|727||2328||Dana Andrae||Austin, TX||01:51:25|
|770||3735||Leslie Allen||Mechanicsville, VA||01:52:07|
|779||8211||Shannan Rosenthal||Fredericksburg, VA||01:52:17|
|787||4676||Janine Morris||Annapolis, MD||01:52:23|
|797||3422||Daria Goode||Daleville, VA||01:52:31|
|810||1667||Traci Foster||Chesapeake, VA||01:52:47|
|826||1568||Cindy Hazel||Tampa, FL||01:52:59|
|854||4071||Patricia Wood||Virginia Beach, VA||01:53:21|
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