Rock 'n' Roll Providence - Half Marathon
August 19, 2012
|7||101||Stephanie Pezzullo||Charlotte, NC||01:15:17|
|37||1348||Laura Hutchinson||Holyoke, MA||01:24:39|
|46||1349||Sally Dupere||Watertown, MA||01:26:22|
|49||108||Carrie Birth Cb||Providence, RI||01:26:50|
|223||2076||Allyson Rafferty||Taunton, MA||01:38:50|
|278||1246||Kristin Austin||Providence, RI||01:40:51|
|281||1248||Sarah Heverly||North Attleboro, MA||01:40:52|
|291||3420||Erin Bernard||Providence, RI||01:41:05|
|308||2245||Jennifer Burling||Warren, RI||01:41:39|
|312||1282||Celia Crowley||Rumford, RI||01:41:42|
|333||1080||Kate Diogo||Rehoboth, MA||01:42:08|
|347||1188||Erin Grigsby||Newport, RI||01:42:34|
|371||1151||Katie Lynch||West Roxbury, MA||01:43:03|
|377||1020||Deanna Koestel||New York, NY||01:43:08|
|380||2134||Kristen Fantasia||Milton, MA||01:43:12|
|381||1290||Melissa Jaynes||Salem, MA||01:43:12|
|385||2222||Shawnessy Dusseau||Locke, NY||01:43:20|
|388||5434||Jenn Blazejewski||Cambridge, MA||01:43:20|
|394||1434||Vera Kuipers||New York, NY||01:43:34|
|404||2149||Kimberly Goulet||Lincoln, RI||01:43:51|
|448||2251||Jolene Alves||Cumberland, RI||01:44:51|
|452||3339||Gina Bencivenga||Plainville, MA||01:45:02|
|458||1145||Elisabeth Allison Jamieson||Hanson, MA||01:45:09|
|462||2086||Jennifer Lafond||Slatersville, RI||01:45:10|
|469||1303||Amanda McMeniman||Hampstead, NH||01:45:18|
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