Rock 'n' Roll Dallas Results - Half Marathon Searchable Results
March 25, 2012
|39||105||Heidi Morse||Grapevine, TX||01:23:19|
|70||103||Juli Koenegstein||Stillwater, OK||01:27:00|
|83||1804||Kristen Rosenau||Oklahoma City, OK||01:27:43|
|94||1382||Abby Perone||Colleyville, TX||01:28:41|
|124||1295||Cassie Kohlschmidt||Frisco, TX||01:30:28|
|126||1631||Jennifer McConnell||Tulsa, OK||01:30:38|
|158||1443||Kathryn Heinzen||Copperas Cove, TX||01:31:46|
|177||1359||Jenn Flack||Dallas, TX||01:32:39|
|227||1609||Maria Trejo||Bedford, TX||01:34:38|
|273||1086||Kristie Arocha||San Antonio, TX||01:36:17|
|277||1839||Katie Corkill||Dallas, TX||01:36:31|
|299||1846||Abbigail Ackerman||The Colony, TX||01:37:21|
|309||1592||Nichole Poe||San Angelo, TX||01:37:44|
|345||1155||Meghan Hennessey||Fort Worth, TX||01:38:36|
|358||1640||Samantha Conner||Amarillo, TX||01:38:52|
|378||2225||Maria Jose Amodio||Mexico City, DIS||01:39:21|
|409||5123||Meghan Burcie||Granbury, TX||01:39:52|
|425||1323||Alex Jackson||El Paso, TX||01:40:10|
|434||2647||Shannon Conly Gozal||Dallas, TX||01:40:20|
|452||2866||Kelsey Combes||Dallas, TX||01:40:45|
|460||1324||Lindsey Bradford||Duncanville, TX||01:40:57|
|503||2859||Julie Simon||Frisco, TX||01:41:52|
|504||1149||Chelsea Campbell||McKinney, TX||01:41:53|
|514||3803||Tyler Mulkin||Dallas, TX||01:42:04|
|520||5090||Amanda Jackson||Richardson, TX||01:42:15|
How to Recover From Your Race
Recovery gets more important the older you get.
The two-time Western States champion recently released his first book, Hal Koerner's Field Guide To Ultrarunning.
Follow these 26.2 — err, 27 — guidelines when you’re training for your next marathon.
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