Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Team Hoyt
September 2, 2012
|1||1036||Ryan Carroll||Portsmouth, VA||01:16:10|
|2||1625||Elizabeth Ware||Virginia Beach, VA||01:44:54|
|3||3734||Ryan Inman||Virginia Beach, VA||01:45:44|
|4||1121||Marc Leber||Suffolk, VA||01:48:57|
|5||2644||Chris Diaz||Virginia Beach, VA||01:55:15|
|6||4576||Dena Goble||Williamsburg, VA||01:57:02|
|7||7474||Jeanine Wolanski||Charlottesville, VA||01:58:37|
|8||2310||Lauri Wilson||Charlottesville, VA||01:58:37|
|9||2049||Trey White||Virginia Beach, VA||01:59:26|
|10||1425||Andrea Leber||Suffolk, VA||02:01:38|
|11||3657||Cline Reasor||Norfolk, VA||02:02:37|
|12||3508||Susan Gill||Virginia Beach, VA||02:06:57|
|13||8047||Merrick McCabe||Virginia Beach, VA||02:09:31|
|14||3440||Jodie Wood||Virginia Beach, VA||02:09:31|
|15||4117||Kris Oehlberg||Norfolk, VA||02:09:33|
|16||6067||Victor Bakkar||Virginia Beach, VA||02:10:48|
|17||4648||Michael Davis||Chesapeake, VA||02:13:25|
|18||3202||Jared Tuxill||Virginia Beach, VA||02:13:53|
|19||2530||Jennifer Burch||Virginia Beach, VA||02:14:12|
|20||6496||Julia Dwyer||Virginia Beach, VA||02:16:05|
|21||6340||Sara Cummings||Virginia Beach, VA||02:16:06|
|22||8239||Jennie Verry||Chesapeake, VA||02:16:23|
|23||2688||Megan Haynsworth||Virginia Beach, VA||02:17:34|
|24||9701||Stockton Watson||Virginia Beach, VA||02:17:34|
|25||5391||Barbara Revak||Virginia Beach, VA||02:17:54|
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