Rock 'n' Roll New Orleans - Marathon Results
March 4, 2012
|7||1018||Miles Martin Jr||Florence, MS||02:44:42|
|9||1257||Benjamin Gherardi||Scottsdale, AZ||02:46:04|
|12||1035||Tim Turner||Poole, DOR||02:46:45|
|13||1128||Aaron Hickman||Memphis, TN||02:46:50|
|22||1262||Eric Lafontaine||Atlanta, GA||02:52:21|
|26||1139||Matthew Fisher||Austin, TX||02:54:15|
|31||1082||Mike Brunette||Flossmoor, IL||02:57:53|
|32||1269||Mark Shercliff||Devizes, WIL||02:58:01|
|35||2318||Andrew Murrie||Saint Louis, MO||02:58:45|
|37||1272||John Inglehart||Olathe, KS||02:58:55|
|46||1184||Michael Dijulia||Baltimore, MD||03:01:37|
|47||1261||Shawn Greenhill||Russellville, AL||03:01:52|
|54||1276||Nick Smythe||Smyrna, GA||03:02:56|
|55||1214||Steve Harris||Pensacola, FL||03:03:00|
|56||1186||Gregory Yeager||Mobile, AL||03:03:06|
|59||1122||Dale Cheatwood||Mobile, AL||03:03:32|
|64||1254||John Peplinski||Chicago, IL||03:04:22|
|65||1190||George Chmiel Jr||Charlestown, MA||03:04:25|
|66||1277||Jason Saltmarsh||New Orleans, LA||03:04:28|
|71||1025||Cory Bourg||Gray, LA||03:05:51|
|93||1084||Christopher Huff||Shreveport, LA||03:09:49|
|94||3111||Eric Veditz||Pensacola, FL||03:09:50|
|103||1178||Jeremy Roussel||Violet, LA||03:11:15|
|105||1125||Jared Golemi||New Orleans, LA||03:11:23|
|109||2049||Bobby Gallagher||Memphis, TN||03:12:13|
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