Rock 'n' Roll Dallas Results - Half Marathon Searchable Results
March 25, 2012
|93||1625||Michelle Chille||Rochester, NY||01:28:39|
|161||1821||Janice Moore||Dallas, TX||01:31:49|
|178||2506||Pamela Carroll||Van Alstyne, TX||01:32:39|
|294||1049||Karen Owen||Dallas, TX||01:37:13|
|421||1665||Imelda Aguilar||Plano, TX||01:40:04|
|581||1153||Diane Tanner||Dallas, TX||01:43:28|
|582||2891||Kris Raub||McKinney, TX||01:43:29|
|652||1202||Julie Brauer||Fort Worth, TX||01:44:30|
|654||1125||Frances McKissick||Irving, TX||01:44:32|
|658||1519||Kristin Emerson||Dallas, TX||01:44:34|
|720||1416||Kristine Hinojos||Keller, TX||01:45:14|
|725||2545||Robin Proctor||Houston, TX||01:45:22|
|745||3720||Julie Glass||Denton, TX||01:45:41|
|828||1026||Donna Book||Argyle, TX||01:46:53|
|900||1169||Martina Crevecoeur||Dallas, TX||01:47:47|
|950||1501||Meg Penrose||Richardson, TX||01:48:26|
|951||1038||Heidi Wills||Andover, KS||01:48:27|
|961||2583||Noel Tucker||Edmond, OK||01:48:33|
|1069||5186||Glenda Gutierrez||Grandview, TX||01:49:44|
|1072||1667||Terry Cuellar||Brownsville, TX||01:49:46|
|1106||2574||Sara Craig||Aubrey, TX||01:50:08|
|1153||4023||Deborah Johnston||Coppell, TX||01:50:37|
|1212||3091||Shana Riggs||Allen, TX||01:51:11|
|1257||3692||Pamela Toelle||Fort Worth, TX||01:51:40|
|1276||2733||Laura Steen-Patterson||Dallas, TX||01:51:53|
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