Rock 'n' Roll New Orleans - Half Marathon Results
March 4, 2012
|1||200||Shadrack Biwott||Eugene, OR||01:04:23|
|2||1880||Jose Chaves||San Jose Goicoechea, COS||01:08:03|
|3||1882||John Brigham||Mobile, AL||01:09:02|
|4||204||Matthew Manning||Baton Rouge, LA||01:09:22|
|5||1374||Sean Fitzwilliam||New Orleans, LA||01:10:54|
|6||203||Geoff Nelson||New Fairfield, CT||01:11:51|
|7||1019||David Saunders||Hastings, MN||01:12:12|
|8||207||Josh Myers||Jacksonville, FL||01:12:25|
|9||4891||Sean Patrick Allerton||New Orleans, LA||01:12:27|
|10||1364||Zachary Cater-Cyker||Metairie, LA||01:12:38|
|11||1884||Loren Wohletz||Los Alamos, NM||01:12:56|
|12||208||Marc Pelerin||Audubon, NJ||01:12:59|
|13||202||Dan Khan||Houston, TX||01:13:03|
|14||209||Timothy Callinan||Haddonfield, NJ||01:13:25|
|15||1823||Jeff Abbott||Dublin, OH||01:13:50|
|16||1378||Papa Bouckaert||New Orleans, LA||01:13:54|
|17||13945||Andrew Riesenberger||Wilmington, DE||01:14:40|
|18||1485||Hayden Schmitz||New Braunfels, TX||01:15:25|
|19||1368||Lloyd Gray||Holly Springs, MS||01:15:43|
|20||1363||Jeremy Kalmus||New Orleans, LA||01:15:44|
|21||206||Eric Bonnette||Philadelphia, PA||01:15:57|
|22||1391||Zachary Harris||Tulsa, OK||01:16:07|
|23||1369||Rob Chenoweth||Chicago, IL||01:16:28|
|25||1829||Paul Coover||Oakland, CA||01:16:53|
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