Rock 'n' Roll Dallas Results - Half Marathon Searchable Results
March 25, 2012
|2||1||Samuel Kosgei||Santa Fe, NM||01:06:00|
|3||6||Craig Leon||Eugene, OR||01:06:06|
|5||7||Logan Sherman||Dallas, TX||01:08:25|
|7||1602||Aaron Hohn||Kansas City, MO||01:10:45|
|8||11||Stewart Harwell||Houston, TX||01:11:09|
|9||9||Josh Trevino||Dallas, TX||01:11:26|
|10||1425||Ryan Delgado||San Francisco, CA||01:12:25|
|16||1076||Jose Lopez||Rockwall, TX||01:15:44|
|18||1788||Tomas Moreno||Longview, TX||01:16:51|
|21||1231||Bojan Kajtaz||Garland, TX||01:17:46|
|32||8||Jacob Phillips||Dallas, TX||01:22:01|
|48||1618||Ben Semeyn||Rockford, MI||01:24:18|
|58||1720||Brent Woodle||The Colony, TX||01:25:19|
|62||1211||Henry Zoch III||Rockwall, TX||01:26:35|
|65||1150||Zachary Schwarz||Webster, TX||01:26:51|
|69||1594||Luke Tomlin||Dallas, TX||01:26:59|
|81||1511||Brad Robinson||Dallas, TX||01:27:39|
|84||1275||Ben Hagan||Dallas, TX||01:27:47|
|90||1455||Jeremy Wells||Argyle, TX||01:28:21|
|109||1081||Bryan Thurman||Plano, TX||01:29:21|
|117||1062||Jeremy Taub||Dallas, TX||01:30:05|
|119||1228||Patrick Finch||Lewisville, TX||01:30:08|
|125||1484||Thomas Walsh||Arlington, TX||01:30:35|
|128||1627||Matthew Ellington||Addison, TX||01:30:43|
|130||1647||Daniel Hawthorne||Killeen, TX||01:30:46|
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