Rock 'n' Roll Providence - Half Marathon
August 19, 2012
|5||1317||Stephen Serene||Cambridge, MA||01:12:25|
|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|
|28||8406||Matthew Valli||Newbury, MA||01:23:37|
|47||1212||David Pinsonneault||Seekonk, MA||01:26:37|
|54||1375||Paul Breen||Brookline, MA||01:27:10|
|61||5498||Robert McArdle||Mattapoisett, MA||01:28:45|
|77||1387||Joseph Laurendi||Brookline, MA||01:30:39|
|80||1326||Brian Elmore||Florence, SC||01:30:47|
|89||1421||Alex Jacobs||Providence, RI||01:31:04|
|108||1247||Timothy Belden||New Canaan, CT||01:32:41|
|127||1083||Gene Deary||Brooklyn, CT||01:34:16|
|132||1413||Michael Alley||Milford, MA||01:34:32|
|134||1165||Brian Reid||Utica, NY||01:34:43|
|182||2344||Pete Nikitas||Exeter, RI||01:37:07|
|222||5160||Nicholas Ritter||Boston, MA||01:38:46|
|275||3314||Brendan McCreary||Middletown, RI||01:40:45|
|286||1103||Joseph Dimuccio||Cumberland, RI||01:40:54|
|288||1393||Dustin McRae||Florence, SC||01:41:00|
|302||6029||Daniel Nattell||Medford, MA||01:41:26|
|330||1321||Ryan Lagoy||Leominster, MA||01:42:04|
|335||2223||Christopher Borges||Boston, MA||01:42:08|
|358||5474||Steven Deane-Shinbrot||Mystic, CT||01:42:45|
|365||3336||William Walsh||Yarmouth, ME||01:42:53|
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