Rock 'n' Roll Providence - Half Marathon
August 19, 2012
|13||103||Hilary Dionne||Charlestown, MA||01:17:49|
|14||105||Kailin Collins||Brookline, MA||01:18:30|
|16||5457||Katie Twarog||Providence, RI||01:18:58|
|24||106||Diana Davis||Providence, RI||01:22:01|
|44||1168||Megan Jaswell||Johnston, RI||01:26:13|
|57||1350||Andrea Schofield||North Attleboro, MA||01:28:07|
|90||1234||Karen Bertasso||Scotia, NY||01:31:18|
|102||1139||Colleen Sampson||Leominster, MA||01:32:00|
|105||1154||Stacey Sarber||Somerville, MA||01:32:27|
|138||1231||Jennifer Wardell||Providence, RI||01:34:45|
|143||2166||Kelly Michaelsen||Hanover, NH||01:35:21|
|155||1061||Stephanie Adams||South Weymouth, MA||01:35:48|
|174||1094||Megan Haber||Framingham, MA||01:36:44|
|186||2395||Bethany Delmonico||North Scituate, RI||01:37:18|
|188||1396||Melissa Marshall||Boston, MA||01:37:20|
|195||1186||Marianne Mealey||Foxboro, MA||01:37:36|
|210||1109||Rosanne Boyle||Charlestown, MA||01:38:20|
|213||4055||Jennifer Rheaume||Boston, MA||01:38:21|
|241||2343||Alexandra Dale||Boston, MA||01:39:35|
|251||1270||Melissa Carter||Taunton, MA||01:39:59|
|254||3377||Callen Hyland||New Haven, CT||01:40:03|
|277||5281||Christine Bean||Bristol, RI||01:40:50|
|295||2290||Kayla Fleming||Pawtucket, RI||01:41:19|
|297||1283||Kristin Trudeau||South Boston, MA||01:41:21|
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