Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Mini Marathon
September 2, 2012
|17||4383||Brooke Bias||Charleston, WV||22:12:00|
|54||129||Ashlee Janusziewicz||Columbia, MD||25:07:00|
|79||148||Anne Galante||Virginia Beach, VA||26:28:00|
|82||9166||U'Ilani Campbell||Virginia Beach, VA||26:37:00|
|83||142||Leah Koval||Pittsburgh, PA||26:40:00|
|93||4007||Kristen Foley||Tampa, FL||27:02:00|
|102||8002||Catherine Frenkel||Chapel Hill, NC||27:21:00|
|107||4001||Amanda Miller||Virginia Beach, VA||27:33:00|
|112||15017||Heidi Lang||Albuquerque, NM||27:45:00|
|115||4029||Alexandrea Rowe||Norfolk, VA||27:47:00|
|155||12154||Erica Repac||Cumberland, MD||28:52:00|
|159||188||Breann Brown||Clinton, MD||28:55:00|
|161||146||Lauren Varboncoeur||Norfolk, VA||29:00:00|
|168||4031||Elvi Barcoma||Virginia Beach, VA||29:18:00|
|179||5003||Ericka Ubri||Virginia Beach, VA||29:36:00|
|186||8000||Kim Scott||Greensboro, NC||29:40:00|
|202||6010||Erika Seelenbinder||Virginia Beach, VA||30:15:00|
|206||4025||Amanda Taylor||Greenville, SC||30:17:00|
|207||5741||Alison Doll||Archbald, PA||30:19:00|
|211||7005||Danielle Werner||Gambrills, MD||30:21:00|
|214||9172||Bethany Osman||Washington, DC||30:22:00|
|216||9644||Rebecca McMahan||Norfolk, VA||30:26:00|
|228||17006||Melissa Kilpatrick||Pottstown, PA||30:51:00|
|229||10344||Christine Dietz||Richmond, VA||30:51:00|
|239||10143||Sara Parker||Virginia Beach, VA||30:58:00|
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