Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Mini Marathon
September 2, 2012
|16||16019||Nia Harrison||Richmond, VA||22:09:00|
|76||3047||Laura Hardin||Chesapeake, VA||26:22:00|
|128||4030||Caroline Lower||Roanoke, VA||28:10:00|
|138||9183||Elisa Duesing||Norfolk, VA||28:26:00|
|146||9091||Katherine Sautter||Virginia Beach, VA||28:39:00|
|172||5012||Christa Vavra||Catonsville, MD||29:23:00|
|174||168||Chandler Quicke||Richmond, VA||29:31:00|
|191||5481||Jenny Gargano||Vienna, VA||29:52:00|
|223||4347||Lisa O'Connor||Virginia Beach, VA||30:40:00|
|231||12116||Sara Hefny||Washington, DC||30:53:00|
|233||20645||Toni Welch||Fuquay Varina, NC||30:54:00|
|259||11002||Samantha Bloomer||Richmond, VA||31:19:00|
|269||9199||Rebecca Campbell||Spotsylvania, VA||31:24:00|
|302||13143||Shannon Reed||Chesapeake, VA||31:59:00|
|317||13232||Christine Rea||Alexandria, VA||32:14:00|
|327||7003||Briana Webster||Virginia Beach, VA||32:28:00|
|351||9608||Jillian McGowan||Port Chester, NY||32:56:00|
|358||12155||Lindsay Ross||Hampton, VA||33:00:00|
|398||12079||Karen Nay||Salisbury, MD||33:37:00|
|418||12158||Andrea Forkner||Virginia Beach, VA||33:49:00|
|463||4005||Christine Thompson||Virginia Beach, VA||34:27:00|
|480||19270||Finley Hines||Virginia Beach, VA||34:49:00|
|490||156||Lindsay Boshak||Moseley, VA||34:55:00|
|516||11004||Marissa Angel||Sandy Ridge, NC||35:22:00|
|536||9011||Kirstyn Lazar||Virginia Beach, VA||35:36:00|
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