Rock 'n' Roll Chicago 1/2 Marathon - Mini Marathon
July 22, 2012
|14||2001||Ken Mitchell||Williamsburg, VA||22:43:00|
|303||19009||Michael Hogan||Wheaton, IL||32:31:00|
|329||21000||Sam Evans||Chicago, IL||32:59:00|
|415||2335||Mike Toolen||Shiloh, IL||34:54:00|
|540||24043||Don Tapken||Monticello, IA||37:41:00|
|590||27063||Les Kuchar||Woodridge, IL||38:47:00|
|652||21025||Jake Wyatt||Saint Charles, IL||39:59:00|
|944||27020||John Scandridge||Malvern, OH||50:39:00|
|986||28009||Stuart Krauss||Skokie, IL||52:44:00|
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