Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Mini Marathon
September 2, 2012
|1||1032||Grant Wiggins||Virginia Beach, VA||17:07:00|
|2||117||Luke Dunkelberg||Gouverneur, NY||18:24:00|
|3||1000||Conor Shapiro||Washington, DC||18:57:00|
|4||269||Craig Borkman||Virginia Beach, VA||19:51:00|
|5||1031||Cory Pontious||Walled Lake, MI||20:17:00|
|6||1006||Patrick Doody||Ashburn, VA||20:29:00|
|7||120||Christopher Strickland||Virginia Beach, VA||20:41:00|
|8||128||Benjamin Werve||Virginia Beach, VA||20:52:00|
|9||1030||Joshua Spare||Virginia Beach, VA||20:53:00|
|10||3036||Nick Cipolla||Virginia Beach, VA||21:14:00|
|11||1034||Dylan Campbell||Virginia Beach, VA||21:25:00|
|12||1019||William Derasmo||Fairfax Station, VA||21:31:00|
|13||1004||Matt Heimer||Great Neck, NY||21:37:00|
|14||1323||Michael Donovan||Princeton, WV||21:51:00|
|15||1025||Hannah Balesi||Chesapeake, VA||20:56:00|
|16||16019||Nia Harrison||Richmond, VA||22:09:00|
|17||4383||Brooke Bias||Charleston, WV||22:12:00|
|18||1007||Paul Bousel||Alexandria, VA||22:17:00|
|19||1271||Alan Chandler||Virginia Beach, VA||22:18:00|
|20||246||Ervin Smith||Springboro, OH||22:19:00|
|21||1011||Kenneth Mitchell||Williamsburg, VA||22:28:00|
|22||124||Pamela Pipon||Raleigh, NC||22:46:00|
|23||3025||David Szynal||Martinsville, VA||22:46:00|
|24||1009||Jeffrey Patterson||Alexandria, VA||22:50:00|
|25||122||Margaret Taylor||Virginia Beach, VA||21:45:00|
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