Rock 'n' Roll New Orleans - Marathon Results
March 4, 2012
|45||1212||Celeste Dolan||San Francisco, CA||03:01:35|
|163||2178||Kathy Youngren||Huntsville, AL||03:17:12|
|178||2167||Lisa Cannella||Tampa, FL||03:18:37|
|217||1164||Elizabeth Dull||Fort Bragg, NC||03:21:30|
|233||1237||Marianne Farris||Auburn, AL||03:23:14|
|243||3156||Susan Smith||Weddington, NC||03:24:20|
|303||5521||Rebecca Elaine Bokun||Baton Rouge, LA||03:28:47|
|341||4179||Lee Traxler||New York, NY||03:30:30|
|370||4213||Elizabeth Krenz||New Orleans, LA||03:31:58|
|378||2186||Shelly Connors||Auburn, NY||03:32:17|
|380||4127||Angela Thompson Paul||New Orleans, LA||03:32:26|
|381||5214||Tracey Ashall||Long Beach, MS||03:32:26|
|383||8192||Yekaterina Karpitskaya||Biloxi, MS||03:32:36|
|395||2206||Heather Duley||New Albany, MS||03:33:24|
|398||3208||Amanda Perkins||Greenville, SC||03:33:31|
|452||5390||Meghan Nicolini||Atlanta, GA||03:35:58|
|470||4068||Tracie Hudson||Hattiesburg, MS||03:36:39|
|473||4062||Rebecca Alvarez||San Antonio, TX||03:36:43|
|509||5003||Kelly Poche||Baton Rouge, LA||03:38:44|
|528||4059||Laura Jaggar||Germantown, TN||03:39:43|
|529||6278||Jennifer Cash||Brentwood, TN||03:39:47|
|540||5035||Misty McGuire||Katy, TX||03:40:30|
|554||5500||Tracy Simso||Melbourne, FL||03:41:16|
|574||4194||Amy Bush||Austin, TX||03:42:16|
|577||5355||Carrie Van Quathem||Urbandale, IA||03:42:25|
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