Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Mini Marathon
September 2, 2012
|7||120||Christopher Strickland||Virginia Beach, VA||20:41:00|
|12||1019||William Derasmo||Fairfax Station, VA||21:31:00|
|31||1029||Brian McGurl||Henrico, VA||23:20:00|
|37||126||Kenneth Schupp||Raleigh, NC||24:02:00|
|41||1027||Dana Jackson||Virginia Beach, VA||24:19:00|
|43||1016||Juan Valdes||Virginia Beach, VA||24:26:00|
|44||2015||Jody Barry||Virginia Beach, VA||24:28:00|
|55||265||Sean Hines||Virginia Beach, VA||25:13:00|
|74||6006||David Budzko||Sumter, SC||26:15:00|
|91||3055||Rob Beauchamp||Chesapeake, VA||26:58:00|
|108||252||Lee Ward||Chesapeake, VA||27:35:00|
|118||130||Robert Riddick||Chesapeake, VA||27:49:00|
|125||145||Francis Simkins||Virginia Beach, VA||28:00:00|
|126||6001||Peter Tobola||Virginia Beach, VA||28:03:00|
|135||3059||Timothy Griles||Henrico, VA||28:24:00|
|137||8005||Charles Peele||Swansboro, NC||28:26:00|
|144||135||Mike Kipreos||Henrico, VA||28:37:00|
|147||9167||Bret Thompson||Winter Garden, FL||28:41:00|
|167||5420||Stuart Taub||New Windsor, NY||29:16:00|
|169||13022||John Leitzke||Virginia Beach, VA||29:19:00|
|193||7645||Eddie Cashwell||Virginia Beach, VA||30:02:00|
|200||16070||James Mako||Galloway, OH||30:14:00|
|234||15149||Francisco Tataje||Manassas, VA||30:55:00|
|240||6035||Tony Olcott||Norfolk, VA||30:59:00|
|246||9168||Olander Harding||Virginia Beach, VA||31:06:00|
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