Latin Music Miami Beach Marathon - Half Marathon
December 11, 2011
|10||1596||Bryan Huberty||Miami Beach, FL||01:19:30|
|21||1015||Robert Dabrowski||Jupiter, FL||01:24:43|
|32||1033||Christopher Barry||Chicago, IL||01:29:14|
|34||1442||Mark Walchinsky||Alexandria, VA||01:29:59|
|36||1038||Samuel Houston||Miami, FL||01:30:42|
|40||1096||Anthony Severino||Chicago, IL||01:32:18|
|44||1449||Rick Gausche||Tampa, FL||01:32:35|
|47||1447||Brendan Cryan||Louisville, KY||01:32:48|
|49||1022||Matt Hershey||New York, NY||01:33:37|
|62||1471||Derek Dykes||Gainesville, FL||01:35:10|
|73||1457||Brian Bickett||Naples, FL||01:37:13|
|84||1372||Joaquin Campos||Doral, FL||01:38:42|
|85||1116||Edwin Lopez||Miami, FL||01:38:51|
|88||1489||Leon Banister||Miami, FL||01:39:00|
|115||1070||Nicholas Augustine||Damascus, MD||01:41:14|
|131||5045||Luis Chavez||San Luis Potosi, SLP||01:42:16|
|142||1432||Thomas Goetsch||Miami, FL||01:43:02|
|156||1159||Christopher Mays||Miami, FL||01:43:29|
|162||1563||Jorge Leidi||Aventura, FL||01:43:51|
|178||1164||Mathieu Soulie||Hilversum, NOR||01:44:29|
|182||2005||James Casto||Clifton, NJ||01:44:47|
|201||1241||Eric Green||Mount Juliet, TN||01:45:46|
|204||1102||Timothy Fitzgerald||Alexandria, VA||01:45:58|
|206||1571||Sokunthea Nau||Miami, FL||01:46:08|
|207||1136||Aaron Pauly||Viola, KS||01:46:11|
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