Rock 'n' Roll Providence - Half Marathon
August 19, 2012
|2||6||Demesse Tefera||Washington, DC||01:07:50|
|3||5444||Patrick Moulton||Providence, RI||01:09:51|
|4||1406||Jason Ayr||Westfield, MA||01:10:13|
|5||1317||Stephen Serene||Cambridge, MA||01:12:25|
|6||5476||Keven Oneil||North Kingstown, RI||01:14:18|
|7||101||Stephanie Pezzullo||Charlotte, NC||01:15:17|
|8||1336||Scott Twardowski||Rehoboth, MA||01:16:07|
|9||1041||Samuel Fazioli||Salem, NH||01:16:47|
|10||5502||Noah Graboys||Glencoe, IL||01:16:58|
|11||1306||Justin Renz||Milton, MA||01:17:45|
|12||1046||Jeremy Lynch||Falls Church, VA||01:17:48|
|13||103||Hilary Dionne||Charlestown, MA||01:17:49|
|14||105||Kailin Collins||Brookline, MA||01:18:30|
|15||1339||Jonathan Miganowicz||Templeton, MA||01:18:36|
|16||5457||Katie Twarog||Providence, RI||01:18:58|
|17||1338||Gary Rosenberg||Morristown, NJ||01:19:07|
|18||1024||Brad Holzwart||Fairfax, VA||01:19:29|
|19||1407||Mwangi Gitahi||New York, NY||01:19:42|
|21||1300||Tait Simpson||Brooklyn, NY||01:21:03|
|22||1410||Ross Tucker||Charlestown, MA||01:21:22|
|23||1237||Andrew McCarthy||Albany, NY||01:21:39|
|24||106||Diana Davis||Providence, RI||01:22:01|
|25||1285||Jordan Frank||Providence, RI||01:22:52|
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