Rock 'n' Roll New Orleans - Marathon Results
March 4, 2012
|4||1017||Brandon Dahlem||Gainesville, FL||02:36:41|
|6||1033||Caleb Hammons||Flowood, MS||02:42:36|
|11||1030||Mark Truxillo||New Orleans, LA||02:46:32|
|14||1111||Donald Quintana||Mandeville, LA||02:46:53|
|17||1023||Michael Anderson||Monroe, LA||02:49:21|
|19||1042||Brad Vollkommer||New Orleans, LA||02:50:12|
|30||12228||Cole Starkey||Tulsa, OK||02:57:20|
|33||1195||John Hullender||Memphis, TN||02:58:37|
|36||2181||Adam Kaluzny||Memphis, TN||02:58:50|
|41||1153||Patrick Frasier||Helotes, TX||02:59:58|
|42||1267||Cornelius Griggs||Notre Dame, IN||03:00:14|
|48||1156||George Craig||Bronx, NY||03:01:54|
|51||1149||Robert Harem||Nashville, TN||03:02:21|
|52||1066||Brian Burgess||Vernon Hills, IL||03:02:34|
|57||12218||Alden Cranford||Brandon, MS||03:03:16|
|61||1278||Louis Jones||Jackson, MS||03:04:14|
|62||5104||Joel Sherman||New Orleans, LA||03:04:14|
|72||1193||Matt Mays||Shreveport, LA||03:05:54|
|74||1076||Adam Banks||Spring, TX||03:06:06|
|77||1217||Timothy Rollason-Reese||Columbia, SC||03:06:20|
|81||2217||Brandon Barcomb||Cadyville, NY||03:07:00|
|82||1201||Travis Rogen||Chagrin Falls, OH||03:07:05|
|104||5467||Aaron Williams||Valdosta, GA||03:11:22|
|108||1246||Colin Ruemmele||Memphis, TN||03:11:54|
|121||1197||Andrew Gowdey||Jackson, MS||03:13:23|
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