Rock 'n' Roll Chicago 1/2 Marathon - Half Marathon
July 22, 2012
|6||13||Mike Popejoy||West Lafayette, IN||01:10:08|
|9||14||Nick Hird||Naperville, IL||01:10:57|
|10||1268||Digger Lauter||Oakland, CA||01:11:03|
|11||1618||Eric Wallor||Palatine, IL||01:11:43|
|14||9||Benson Chesang||Lawrence, KS||01:12:19|
|16||10||David Lyons||Portland, OR||01:13:24|
|17||1600||Christopher Sandefur||Fayette, MO||01:14:36|
|21||1080||Christopher Stoddard||Bath, MI||01:17:13|
|31||1056||Scooter Cichon||Pittsburg, KS||01:20:55|
|33||1298||James Macatangay||Palatine, IL||01:21:20|
|42||1570||Glenn Collins||Novi, MI||01:21:55|
|51||1308||Thomas Zero||Oak Lawn, IL||01:23:22|
|54||1575||Jayson Meyer||Indianapolis, IN||01:23:45|
|60||1592||Rich Ryan||Easton, PA||01:24:14|
|61||1625||Larry Coons||Chicago, IL||01:24:15|
|62||1497||Jeval De Jesus||Los Angeles, CA||01:24:25|
|64||2589||Brett Whipple||Columbus, OH||01:24:26|
|84||1516||Bienvenido Torres||Chicago, IL||01:26:11|
|89||1427||Adam Callans||Chicago, IL||01:26:43|
|95||1123||Mark Hajik||Bartlett, IL||01:27:16|
|97||1258||Jeffrey Herman||Chicago, IL||01:27:28|
|101||1411||John Lancaster||Palatine, IL||01:27:53|
|102||1426||Benjamin Cawood||Peachtree City, GA||01:27:54|
|103||1229||Gavin McCarron||Joliet, IL||01:27:58|
|106||1580||Kent Debruin||Lansing, MI||01:28:18|
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