Rock 'n' Roll New Orleans - Marathon Results
March 4, 2012
|1||1||Meyer Friedman||San Diego, CA||02:27:02|
|2||2||Robbie Wade||San Antonio, TX||02:33:03|
|3||1083||Jonathan Thomas||Baton Rouge, LA||02:35:10|
|4||1017||Brandon Dahlem||Gainesville, FL||02:36:41|
|5||4||Craig Sinbine||Jacksonville Beach, FL||02:37:19|
|6||1033||Caleb Hammons||Flowood, MS||02:42:36|
|7||1018||Miles Martin Jr||Florence, MS||02:44:42|
|8||1022||Dave Weston||Bentonville, AR||02:44:53|
|9||1257||Benjamin Gherardi||Scottsdale, AZ||02:46:04|
|10||1043||James Kalani||San Jose, CA||02:46:13|
|11||1030||Mark Truxillo||New Orleans, LA||02:46:32|
|12||1035||Tim Turner||Poole, DOR||02:46:45|
|13||1128||Aaron Hickman||Memphis, TN||02:46:50|
|14||1111||Donald Quintana||Mandeville, LA||02:46:53|
|15||2034||Jonathan McCall||Shrewsbury, MA||02:47:32|
|17||1023||Michael Anderson||Monroe, LA||02:49:21|
|18||1046||John Thorpe||Nashville, TN||02:49:37|
|19||1042||Brad Vollkommer||New Orleans, LA||02:50:12|
|20||1045||Greg Kyle||Nashville, TN||02:50:12|
|21||1034||Jeremy Winter||Huntsville, AL||02:51:48|
|22||1262||Eric Lafontaine||Atlanta, GA||02:52:21|
|25||1263||Jeff Kobinsky||Wauwatosa, WI||02:53:44|
|26||1139||Matthew Fisher||Austin, TX||02:54:15|
|27||1039||Russell Holden||New Orleans, LA||02:54:41|
|29||1055||Todd Liscomb||Atlanta, GA||02:56:43|
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