Rock 'n' Roll Chicago 1/2 Marathon - Half Marathon
July 22, 2012
|13||1128||Paul Sarris||Newport Beach, CA||01:12:11|
|19||1574||Daniel Blouin||Shannon, IL||01:15:31|
|20||8||Andy Derks||Aurora, IL||01:16:11|
|23||1561||Hunter Brock||Glen Ellyn, IL||01:18:13|
|52||1037||Jordan Rittenberry||Chicago, IL||01:23:35|
|56||1169||Seung Gil Hong||Los Angeles, CA||01:23:57|
|57||1073||Sean Clark||Chicago, IL||01:24:06|
|65||1376||Jason Hageman||Chicago, IL||01:24:29|
|67||1557||Angel Duchi||Chicago, IL||01:24:51|
|71||1611||Kevin Ferguson||Chicago, IL||01:25:19|
|86||2034||Jason Venckus||Countryside, IL||01:26:22|
|93||1351||Randall Shaw||Chicago, IL||01:27:02|
|99||1449||Andrew Buss||Batavia, IL||01:27:40|
|105||1105||Jim Webb||Chicago, IL||01:28:15|
|116||2563||Joshua Gambill||La Porte, IN||01:28:54|
|118||1509||Aaron Merriweather||Oak Park, IL||01:29:04|
|124||1416||Scott Ogawa||Chicago, IL||01:29:26|
|129||2508||Paris Wells||Elgin, IL||01:29:39|
|130||1415||Matthew Ringgenberg||Saint Louis, MO||01:29:41|
|131||1487||William Jones||Chicago, IL||01:29:47|
|145||2680||Eduardo Hernandez||Chicago, IL||01:30:38|
|151||1251||Blake Vahlsing||Winter Garden, FL||01:31:03|
|159||1583||Thomas Shumaker||Chicago, IL||01:31:24|
|160||1166||Josh Tait||Chicago, IL||01:31:24|
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