Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Mini Marathon
September 2, 2012
|4||269||Craig Borkman||Virginia Beach, VA||19:51:00|
|33||1028||William Palagyi||Suffolk, VA||23:26:00|
|42||5023||William Bramante||Apex, NC||24:23:00|
|52||16100||Brad Baker||Myersville, MD||24:49:00|
|60||3002||Timothy Glaser||Virginia Beach, VA||25:27:00|
|71||123||Wes Sams||Virginia Beach, VA||26:08:00|
|123||268||Eric Metcalf||Norfolk, VA||27:58:00|
|132||13169||Thomas Welch||Huntersville, NC||28:17:00|
|184||170||Ben Boisvert||Hampton, VA||29:39:00|
|192||12011||Suk Chang||Norristown, PA||30:01:00|
|204||9000||David Armstrong||Sykesville, MD||30:17:00|
|209||12006||Thomas Dinapoli||Fanwood, NJ||30:19:00|
|227||16040||Scott Dunne||Broomall, PA||30:47:00|
|253||6008||Pieczynski Chris||Virginia Beach, VA||31:13:00|
|328||9189||Barry Stout||Dumfries, VA||32:29:00|
|332||151||Tim Brightwell||Gum Spring, VA||32:36:00|
|344||13034||David Bowden||Virginia Beach, VA||32:50:00|
|408||9160||Mark Lanzalotto||Smithfield, VA||33:44:00|
|435||8009||James Reiter||Virginia Beach, VA||34:05:00|
|436||12102||Antonio Gonzalez||Virginia Beach, VA||34:06:00|
|442||9079||Glen Hoffman||Norfolk, VA||34:10:00|
|452||16121||Shawn Devenney||Suffolk, VA||34:20:00|
|478||2358||David Ware||Virginia Beach, VA||34:47:00|
|496||9161||Robert Wilmans||Norfolk, VA||34:57:00|
|633||12037||John Maywood||Virginia Beach, VA||36:53:00|
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