Rock 'n' Roll Providence - Half Marathon
August 19, 2012
|2||6||Demesse Tefera||Washington, DC||01:07:50|
|4||1406||Jason Ayr||Westfield, MA||01:10:13|
|15||1339||Jonathan Miganowicz||Templeton, MA||01:18:36|
|22||1410||Ross Tucker||Charlestown, MA||01:21:22|
|23||1237||Andrew McCarthy||Albany, NY||01:21:39|
|31||1380||Dan Berteletti||Boston, MA||01:23:44|
|34||1113||Matthew Clark||Reston, VA||01:23:59|
|35||1166||Chris Marshall||Washington, DC||01:24:03|
|63||1327||Charlie Howe||Conshohocken, PA||01:28:54|
|69||1093||Benjamin Haber||Framingham, MA||01:29:29|
|73||1172||Kyle Williams||Brookline, MA||01:30:10|
|75||1047||Paul Savickas||Riverside, RI||01:30:25|
|82||1213||Nicholas Fox||West Greenwich, RI||01:30:50|
|88||1356||Brian Nguyen||Arlington Heights, IL||01:31:01|
|92||1153||Keith Carroll||Weymouth, MA||01:31:26|
|97||1055||Ryan Robbins||Middletown, CT||01:31:47|
|100||1095||German Caraang||Lomita, CA||01:31:51|
|101||1384||Christopher Herbst||Morristown, NJ||01:31:55|
|107||1390||Ericc Powell||Silver Spring, MD||01:32:34|
|111||1006||Eric Rudman||North Attleboro, MA||01:32:51|
|113||1169||Diego Reija||New York, NY||01:33:03|
|125||1207||Dan Prior||Georgetown, MA||01:34:05|
|146||2114||Scott Whittle||Mansfield, MA||01:35:23|
|154||1193||Brandon Byrne||Harrington Park, NJ||01:35:48|
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