Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Half Marathon
September 2, 2012
|10||1040||Bryce Livingston||Williamsburg, VA||01:12:30|
|11||12||Kevin Cook||Marietta, GA||01:13:43|
|23||1041||Jeff Casassa||Virginia Beach, VA||01:16:54|
|31||1733||William Bylund||Virginia Beach, VA||01:21:06|
|32||1151||Nick Krouse||Chapel Hill, NC||01:22:04|
|34||1059||Craig Lebro||Columbia, MD||01:22:23|
|35||1068||Nick Bias||Charleston, WV||01:22:24|
|49||1061||Thomas Johnson||Arlington, VA||01:24:57|
|58||1654||Matthew Daugherty||Virginia Beach, VA||01:27:11|
|61||1086||Eder Bennettt||Petersburg, VA||01:27:30|
|67||1709||Carl Barcoma||New York, NY||01:28:28|
|73||1556||Michael Miller||Sierra Vista, AZ||01:29:30|
|105||1350||Eric Chappelle||Philadelphia, PA||01:33:07|
|112||1115||Shaun Foret||Austin, TX||01:33:40|
|114||1118||Ryan Doupe||Newport News, VA||01:33:53|
|116||3219||Michael Grow||Virginia Beach, VA||01:34:02|
|119||1150||Chris Anderson||Cincinnati, OH||01:34:21|
|126||1072||Ty Forehand||Virginia Beach, VA||01:34:52|
|135||2174||Adam Chaney||Ruther Glen, VA||01:35:40|
|144||1190||Will Davis||Washington, DC||01:36:03|
|152||1294||Luke Taylor||Hahira, GA||01:36:49|
|163||1507||Jonathan Rowe||Virginia Beach, VA||01:37:30|
|166||1117||Kenneth Bradley||Virginia Beach, VA||01:37:38|
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