Latin Music Miami Beach Marathon - Half Marathon
December 11, 2011
|18||108||Emily Potter||Southern Pines, NC||01:23:31|
|19||1005||Jackie Stiles||Springfield, MO||01:24:20|
|57||1040||Olga Ulitsky||Sarasota, FL||01:34:18|
|94||1238||Gabriela Toriello||Miami, FL||01:39:28|
|107||1166||Jennifer Nicholson||Palm Beach Gardens, FL||01:40:48|
|123||1414||Salina Plutchok||San Diego, CA||01:41:57|
|124||1170||Teresa Overholt||Jupiter, FL||01:41:58|
|126||1557||Erin Loveman||Philadelphia, PA||01:42:04|
|134||1492||Piper Hendricks||Washington, DC||01:42:30|
|153||1589||Ana Paola Rossi||Fort Lauderdale, FL||01:43:25|
|196||1254||Amanda Kars||New York, NY||01:45:29|
|202||2459||Natalia Arana||Miami, FL||01:45:47|
|215||2181||Angela Velez||Hallandale Beach, FL||01:46:26|
|218||1502||Flaka Guerrero||Guayaquil, GUA||01:46:44|
|233||1420||Courtney Ostroff||Davie, FL||01:47:17|
|293||2194||Thamina Sbai||New York, NY||01:49:31|
|310||1141||Kristin Carpenter||Waterloo, IA||01:50:32|
|326||1404||Stephanie Dorsey||Oakland Park, FL||01:50:56|
|339||1138||Amanda Brooks||Miami, FL||01:51:29|
|359||1336||Shobha Vagianos||West Palm Beach, FL||01:52:22|
|374||3105||Tiffany Stevens||St Petersburg, FL||01:52:49|
|381||1344||Ann Yarnell||Tampa, FL||01:53:00|
|382||2202||Kelly Walsh||Miami Beach, FL||01:53:02|
|386||3369||Sarah Reese||Miami, FL||01:53:07|
|393||7211||Shirley Lowe||Miami, FL||01:53:21|
How to Recover From Your Race
Recovery gets more important the older you get.
The two-time Western States champion recently released his first book, Hal Koerner's Field Guide To Ultrarunning.
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