Rock 'n' Roll Chicago 1/2 Marathon - Mini Marathon
July 22, 2012
|1||2527||Elizabeth Tumpac||Downers Grove, IL||21:15:00|
|2||1001||Colby Robinson||Kirksville, MO||22:04:00|
|3||1005||Jeremy Rose||Goshen, IN||21:32:00|
|4||22069||Derek Weber||Saint Charles, IL||18:24:00|
|5||27083||Erin Toohey||Prospect Heights, IL||19:49:00|
|6||28004||Curtis Dennis||Murfreesboro, TN||20:23:00|
|7||13026||David Murphy||Chicago, IL||20:58:00|
|8||3013||Ashy Kaviani||Monrovia, CA||21:58:00|
|9||1013||Tory Fahrenholz||Park Ridge, IL||22:01:00|
|10||22079||Kirk Pentecost||Chicago, IL||22:03:00|
|11||2007||Matthew Jasinski||Maryville, MO||21:47:00|
|12||5014||Monica Boeckenstedt||Cedar Rapids, IA||22:36:00|
|13||23013||Max Carmona||Wheaton, IL||22:37:00|
|14||2001||Ken Mitchell||Williamsburg, VA||22:43:00|
|15||1008||Paul Lucido||Bolingbrook, IL||22:48:00|
|16||4018||Martin Slark||Burr Ridge, IL||23:05:00|
|17||1000||Analise Carmona||Naperville, IL||23:06:00|
|18||3010||Steven Sulfridge||Batavia, IL||23:15:00|
|19||5015||Michael Mentz||Collinsville, IL||23:16:00|
|20||22051||Robin Hosmer||Naperville, IL||23:16:00|
|21||29002||Joseph Mainwaring||Chicago, IL||23:21:00|
|22||2003||Marvin Calderon||Harwood Heights, IL||23:25:00|
|23||3011||David Sulfridge||Wheaton, IL||23:27:00|
|24||4028||Emma Spencer||Chicago, IL||23:35:00|
|25||22083||Timothy Plonczynski||Highland, IN||23:39:00|
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