Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Mini Marathon
September 2, 2012
|3||1000||Conor Shapiro||Washington, DC||18:57:00|
|6||1006||Patrick Doody||Ashburn, VA||20:29:00|
|14||1323||Michael Donovan||Princeton, WV||21:51:00|
|53||1023||Jason Searcy||Morganton, NC||24:53:00|
|64||243||Yueh-Cheng Lu||Fairfax, VA||25:41:00|
|66||2014||Micah Sales||Danielsville, GA||25:54:00|
|81||16160||John Cockerham||Greensboro, NC||26:34:00|
|94||9181||Paul Hudson||Madison, WI||27:07:00|
|95||190||Stephen Hunley||Virginia Beach, VA||27:09:00|
|139||2282||Josh Dluhos||Bethel Park, PA||28:28:00|
|152||136||Arkady Patsalov||Virginia Beach, VA||28:46:00|
|154||3026||Logan Manko||Portsmouth, VA||28:51:00|
|185||12009||James Mirance||Washington, DC||29:40:00|
|196||5014||Edward Waskiewicz||Virginia Beach, VA||30:10:00|
|197||10012||Joseph Lai||Virginia Beach, VA||30:11:00|
|210||5019||Evan Jacobs||Washington, DC||30:19:00|
|241||143||Jonathan Josephs||Virginia Beach, VA||31:00:00|
|265||157||Nathan Dann||Norfolk, VA||31:22:00|
|289||12160||Christopher Felix||Ashland, VA||31:52:00|
|293||178||Joseph Janusziewicz||Columbia, MD||31:53:00|
|297||15129||Joshua Repac||Cumberland, MD||31:56:00|
|319||3053||Mark Smead||Portsmouth, VA||32:17:00|
|323||14154||Christopher Higgins||Ardmore, PA||32:18:00|
|338||12149||Joseph Ancheta||Wishon, CA||32:41:00|
|386||14611||Bryan Cooke||Virginia Beach, VA||33:30:00|
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