Rock 'n' Roll Seattle Marathon & 1/2 Marathon - Marathon Results
June 25, 2011
|3||10147||Darryl Brown||Exton, PA||02:32:48|
|8||1042||Dennis Malecki||Saline, MI||02:50:06|
|14||1127||David Smith||Sacramento, CA||02:52:57|
|21||1161||Felix Moser||Emeryville, CA||02:55:25|
|35||1149||Patrick Myers||Hampton, VA||02:59:30|
|41||1101||Matthew Abitbol||Chicago, IL||03:00:43|
|45||2015||Mark Engelbert||Berwyn Heights, MD||03:01:05|
|49||2030||Shane Drew||Seattle, WA||03:01:49|
|63||1066||John Hage||Sioux Falls, SD||03:05:12|
|64||1152||Aaron Brischetto||Portland, OR||03:05:21|
|70||2036||Travis Westfall||Ft Lewis, WA||03:06:37|
|77||1058||Ryan Freimuth||Bellevue, WA||03:08:26|
|81||1163||Adam Read||Seattle, WA||03:09:20|
|90||1041||Jon Osborne||Portland, OR||03:10:49|
|92||25390||Jake Messer||Seattle, WA||03:10:56|
|99||1075||Anthony King||Seattle, WA||03:11:57|
|100||2137||Patrick McAdams||Shoreline, WA||03:12:02|
|101||2018||Brad Near||Seattle, WA||03:12:17|
|102||3036||Eric Carlson||Tacoma, WA||03:12:18|
|103||2214||Joseph Garlock||Austin, TX||03:12:48|
|113||2009||Robert Saka||Seattle, WA||03:14:31|
|114||2012||Alex Eisner||Bainbridge Island, WA||03:14:33|
|133||1199||Anthony Hoang||Seattle, WA||03:16:53|
|147||1046||Joseph Joy||Portland, OR||03:18:29|
|149||1112||Michael Bergman||Seattle, WA||03:18:44|
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