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|
|5||1031||Cory Pontious||Walled Lake, MI||20:17:00|
|10||3036||Nick Cipolla||Virginia Beach, VA||21:14:00|
|11||1034||Dylan Campbell||Virginia Beach, VA||21:25:00|
|34||9073||Tryston Fletcher||Virginia Beach, VA||23:42:00|
|45||14099||Dillon King||Moyock, NC||24:30:00|
|70||2019||Ryan Holt||Chesterfield, VA||26:04:00|
|85||9095||Emmanuel Irineo||Virginia Beach, VA||26:48:00|
|100||4010||Brendan McAlevy||Fairfax, VA||27:16:00|
|148||6013||Nevin Darden||Denver, NC||28:42:00|
|162||4016||Tony Lin||Lancaster, PA||29:04:00|
|166||3019||Zachary Andersen||Glen Allen, VA||29:13:00|
|238||4027||Austin Bunting||Chesapeake, VA||30:57:00|
|329||7010||Michael Momme||Salisbury, MD||32:29:00|
|333||14041||Alex White||Browns Summit, NC||32:37:00|
|377||9063||Sean McAlevy||Fairfax, VA||33:22:00|
|379||5011||Jacob Swartz||Leesburg, VA||33:25:00|
|387||16090||Gus Bauby||Mathews, VA||33:31:00|
|421||14001||Matthew Brandt||Magnolia, DE||33:50:00|
|498||9140||Tyler Hartman||Pinellas Park, FL||35:00:00|
|764||13166||Preston Hart||Virginia Beach, VA||38:49:00|
|871||1015||Zackary Dove||Virginia Beach, VA||40:31:00|
|914||13002||Caleb Inman||Chesapeake, VA||41:28:00|
|1097||12083||Jeremy Buirge||Virginia Beach, VA||44:59:00|
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