Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon - Mini Marathon
September 2, 2012
|22||124||Pamela Pipon||Raleigh, NC||22:46:00|
|58||1010||Aimee Fulwider||Fredericksburg, VA||25:22:00|
|62||3033||Ingani Franklin||Portsmouth, VA||25:28:00|
|87||5018||Amy Kaelin||Saint Augustine, FL||26:49:00|
|116||9150||Dana Gill||Manassas, VA||27:48:00|
|143||9067||Christina Kohler||Herndon, VA||28:36:00|
|160||9137||Tanya McInerney||Moyock, NC||28:58:00|
|198||5007||Cindylee Gordish||Virginia Beach, VA||30:11:00|
|208||3029||April Rooney||Virginia Beach, VA||30:19:00|
|220||5530||Caroline Collins||Norristown, PA||30:30:00|
|221||9139||Sundri Khalsa||Virginia Beach, VA||30:30:00|
|222||12105||Sara Tyszko||Chesapeake, VA||30:39:00|
|224||9101||Melissa Savino||Virginia Beach, VA||30:42:00|
|225||4473||Leticia Jones||Dallas, TX||30:44:00|
|237||16198||Elizabeth Arthur||Rockville, MD||30:57:00|
|245||9062||Susan Gorecki||Ashburn, VA||31:05:00|
|257||17202||Maria Rapale||Chesapeake, VA||31:18:00|
|260||13006||Brenda Petrilli||Bethesda, MD||31:20:00|
|266||6363||Amy Felsher||Lusby, MD||31:22:00|
|276||4192||Erica Lewis||Kensington, MD||31:29:00|
|285||12003||Carol Volkringer||Virginia Beach, VA||31:39:00|
|298||12132||Shumaisa Chatters||Woodbridge, VA||31:57:00|
|345||9152||Karen Barry||Virginia Beach, VA||32:52:00|
|346||10005||Dawn Caputo-Davison||Chatham, NJ||32:53:00|
|352||9187||Amy Jackson||Virginia Beach, VA||32:58:00|
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