Rock 'n' Roll New Orleans - Half Marathon Results
March 4, 2012
|28||211||Sarah Skotty||New Orleans, LA||01:17:25|
|38||2429||Kimberly Mantle||New Orleans, LA||01:19:59|
|41||1826||Karen Lockyer||Lake Charles, LA||01:20:14|
|54||1430||Kate Accardo||New Orleans, LA||01:22:14|
|61||1069||Kristin Wenstrom||New Orleans, LA||01:22:59|
|63||1436||Samantha Mazer||Ridgeland, MS||01:23:06|
|69||1488||Leah Watters||Gulfport, MS||01:23:18|
|73||1835||Megan Gohres||Metairie, LA||01:23:45|
|82||1626||Molly Smith||Denver, CO||01:24:48|
|106||1648||Leah Mysock||New Orleans, LA||01:26:44|
|108||1827||Melissa Begin||Nashville, TN||01:27:01|
|109||3066||Jessica Demello||New Orleans, LA||01:27:06|
|125||1479||Barbara Gubbins||Southampton, NY||01:27:58|
|134||1232||Sophie Capmartin||New Orleans, LA||01:28:17|
|135||1903||Vanessa Dorr||Pearl River, LA||01:28:17|
|138||1527||Erin Cooke||New Orleans, LA||01:28:18|
|150||17566||Mariah Courtney||New Orleans, LA||01:28:44|
|162||1702||Genevieve Ermeling||Tustin, CA||01:29:02|
|163||1480||Emily Inskeep||Chicago, IL||01:29:05|
|169||1400||Colleen Casey||Grapevine, TX||01:29:24|
|170||1489||Judy Chen||Brighton, MA||01:29:28|
|171||1231||Emily Mase||New Orleans, LA||01:29:35|
|175||1444||Elizabeth Kelly||New Orleans, LA||01:29:41|
|176||1898||Sara Phelps||Madison, MS||01:29:49|
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