Rock 'n' Roll Dallas Results - Half Marathon Searchable Results
March 25, 2012
|20||101||Mattie Suver||Austin*, TX||01:17:39|
|29||104||Becky Angeles||Murphy, TX||01:21:04|
|39||105||Heidi Morse||Grapevine, TX||01:23:19|
|70||103||Juli Koenegstein||Stillwater, OK||01:27:00|
|77||1189||Emma Miller||Minneapolis, MN||01:27:30|
|83||1804||Kristen Rosenau||Oklahoma City, OK||01:27:43|
|93||1625||Michelle Chille||Rochester, NY||01:28:39|
|94||1382||Abby Perone||Colleyville, TX||01:28:41|
|104||1264||Shelley Kaiser||Dallas, TX||01:29:10|
|107||1622||Shelly Strohman||Wichita Falls, TX||01:29:17|
|112||1808||Shizuko Watanabe||Dallas, TX||01:29:33|
|114||1016||Cora Turner||Alvarado, TX||01:29:58|
|124||1295||Cassie Kohlschmidt||Frisco, TX||01:30:28|
|126||1631||Jennifer McConnell||Tulsa, OK||01:30:38|
|132||1733||Jennifer Hendrixson||Winfield, KS||01:30:51|
|157||2955||Elizabeth Oxford||Dallas, TX||01:31:45|
|158||1443||Kathryn Heinzen||Copperas Cove, TX||01:31:46|
|161||1821||Janice Moore||Dallas, TX||01:31:49|
|169||1313||Stacey Sewell||Texarkana, TX||01:32:09|
|173||2232||Amy Bills||Spring, TX||01:32:20|
|177||1359||Jenn Flack||Dallas, TX||01:32:39|
|178||2506||Pamela Carroll||Van Alstyne, TX||01:32:39|
|197||1474||Allison Tai||Vancouver, BC||01:33:26|
|210||1080||Angela Eusery||Grand Prairie, TX||01:33:57|
|212||2874||Sommer Kordewick||Hurst, TX||01:34:02|
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