Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Mini Marathon
September 2, 2012
|25||122||Margaret Taylor||Virginia Beach, VA||21:45:00|
|114||4003||Jennifer Nopper||Virginia Beach, VA||27:46:00|
|156||9013||Vikki Foster||Virginia Beach, VA||28:53:00|
|178||14025||Celeste Simmons||Stafford, VA||29:36:00|
|232||5000||Laura McKail||Newtown, CT||30:54:00|
|281||4006||Jeannie Ives||Virginia Beach, VA||31:34:00|
|349||9156||Denise Sperry||Mifflintown, PA||32:55:00|
|368||12014||Gina Wright||Virginia Beach, VA||33:13:00|
|370||9040||Christine Reedy||Manassas, VA||33:17:00|
|406||16143||Christy Craig||Bedford, VA||33:44:00|
|428||14373||Paula Lewis||Chesapeake, VA||34:01:00|
|432||15024||Deborah Schrenzel||Alexandria, VA||34:05:00|
|441||9143||Vicki Nagourney||Virginia Beach, VA||34:09:00|
|453||16113||Linda Valerino||Lawrence, PA||34:20:00|
|473||12164||Debra Jones||Ellicott City, MD||34:43:00|
|482||9069||Jeanne Miesse||Virginia Beach, VA||34:49:00|
|499||9115||Julie Smith||McLean, VA||35:08:00|
|510||10007||Sandra Tewalt||Virginia Beach, VA||35:19:00|
|514||16132||Nancy Baker||Fishersville, VA||35:20:00|
|528||9194||Anita Sowers||Staunton, VA||35:30:00|
|568||15058||Mary Ann Weaver||Fredericksburg, VA||36:04:00|
|580||14011||Teri Herman||Granite Falls, NC||36:11:00|
|654||271||Angela Sanford||Charlotte, NC||37:13:00|
|682||15125||Deborah Hall||Virginia Beach, VA||37:39:00|
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