Rock 'n' Roll Providence - Half Marathon
August 19, 2012
|6||5476||Keven Oneil||North Kingstown, RI||01:14:18|
|11||1306||Justin Renz||Milton, MA||01:17:45|
|17||1338||Gary Rosenberg||Morristown, NJ||01:19:07|
|30||1351||Michael Jack||Hingham, MA||01:23:43|
|48||1318||Michael Thibodeau||East Greenwich, RI||01:26:43|
|56||1415||Kevin Brennan||Barrington, RI||01:27:23|
|60||1201||Rick Macdonald||Needham, MA||01:28:41|
|65||1382||Ken Kirejczyk||Providence, RI||01:28:58|
|67||5463||Tony Stidham||Austin, IN||01:29:10|
|78||5479||Findeisen Rolf||Covington, LA||01:30:39|
|96||1419||Kevin Anderson||Coventry, RI||01:31:43|
|109||5417||Dryw Danielson||New York, NY||01:32:42|
|116||1101||Joseph Lobasso||Smithtown, NY||01:33:11|
|129||1391||Scott Christensen||Natick, MA||01:34:31|
|130||1029||Michael Mosher||Franklin, MA||01:34:31|
|131||1224||John David Toscano||Salem, NH||01:34:32|
|135||1330||Anthony Filippone||Brighton, MA||01:34:43|
|141||1422||Carl Moore||Middletown, RI||01:35:07|
|151||1401||Andrew Johnson||Guilford, CT||01:35:39|
|156||2219||Scott Collins||Franklin, MA||01:35:52|
|163||1059||Justin Kane||Mystic, CT||01:36:17|
|167||2376||Richard Faillace||Allendale, NJ||01:36:26|
|193||1149||Denis Azzheurov||Brooklyn, NY||01:37:31|
|194||1043||Steven McDaniel||Smithfield, RI||01:37:34|
|197||1409||Mike Atwood||North Attleboro, MA||01:37:42|
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