Rock 'n' Roll Chicago 1/2 Marathon - Half Marathon
July 22, 2012
|26||106||Dani Fischer||Madison, MI||01:19:35|
|39||1559||Erica Speegle||Birmingham, AL||01:21:49|
|47||107||Courtney Chapman||Norfolk, VA||01:22:53|
|78||1220||Christina Fiduccia||Chicago, IL||01:25:40|
|81||110||Loryn King Kromrey||Chicago, IL||01:25:57|
|92||1558||Kristen Kostka||Chicago, IL||01:26:50|
|98||3247||Tori Beaty||Lake In The Hills, IL||01:27:34|
|100||1549||Karrie Hamstra-Wright||Chicago, IL||01:27:47|
|111||1191||Hannah Stone||Saint Joseph, MI||01:28:35|
|132||1527||Katelyn Draths||Chicago, IL||01:29:47|
|133||1357||Lizzy Duffy||Mundelein, IL||01:29:48|
|148||108||Pamela Staton||Chicago, IL||01:30:44|
|149||4342||Michelle Harris||Chicago, IL||01:30:56|
|154||1613||Stacey Kincaid||Palmyra, WI||01:31:05|
|155||2269||Hailey Krzyston||Burr Ridge, IL||01:31:09|
|167||2657||Maddi Reeves||Chicago, IL||01:31:33|
|169||2688||Kati Snyder||Chicago, IL||01:31:37|
|176||1333||Elizabeth Lemrise||Oak Lawn, IL||01:31:54|
|184||2021||Kathryn Leahy||Kansas City, MO||01:32:06|
|186||1463||Adrienne Curtis||Evansville, IN||01:32:12|
|193||1374||Maggie Wolfson||Chicago, IL||01:32:27|
|196||4518||Katie Klevens||Great Lakes, IL||01:32:32|
|206||1596||Jordan Corum||New Albany, IN||01:32:49|
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