Rock 'n' Roll New Orleans - Marathon Results
March 4, 2012
|16||101||Meggan Franks||Strakville, MI||02:49:06|
|23||102||Liz Turner||Albuquerque, NM||02:52:56|
|24||1105||Charlotte Everhardt||Metairie, LA||02:53:33|
|28||1098||Kir Selert||New York, NY||02:55:15|
|43||1154||Cynthia Lozano||Helotes, TX||03:00:28|
|45||1212||Celeste Dolan||San Francisco, CA||03:01:35|
|53||1093||Shawna Jones||Raleigh, NC||03:02:48|
|60||1168||Carolyn Thompson||New Orleans, LA||03:03:37|
|76||2019||Grace Thacker||New Orleans, LA||03:06:12|
|78||3025||Nancyanne Hickman||Memphis, TN||03:06:24|
|79||1070||Caroline Smith||Mandeville, LA||03:06:40|
|87||2180||Laura Blaylock||New Orleans, LA||03:08:02|
|102||104||Stephanie Hodge||New York, NY||03:11:00|
|131||2107||Mandie Samuels||Philadelphia, PA||03:14:29|
|135||1175||Brittany Van Nielen||New Orleans, LA||03:14:47|
|136||2132||Katherine Geales Goodwin||Charlotte, NC||03:14:50|
|148||3219||Clara Shaw||Meridian, MS||03:15:47|
|150||2052||Kit Wright||Fairhope, AL||03:15:57|
|163||2178||Kathy Youngren||Huntsville, AL||03:17:12|
|177||103||Jennifer Pfaff||Chicago, IL||03:18:26|
|178||2167||Lisa Cannella||Tampa, FL||03:18:37|
|187||3250||Kate Rountree||Lafayette, LA||03:19:29|
|194||2115||Becky Lowrance||Branson, MO||03:20:09|
|203||2043||Christy Lan||Houston, TX||03:20:47|
|210||2183||Julia McGrath||Charlotte, NC||03:21:09|
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