Latin Music Miami Beach Marathon - Half Marathon
December 11, 2011
|4||101||Shalane Flanagan||Portland, OR||01:09:58|
|5||102||Kara Goucher||Portland, OR||01:12:59|
|8||103||Lisa Uhl||Portland, OR||01:15:24|
|13||105||Angela Matthews||Westland, MI||01:21:10|
|18||108||Emily Potter||Southern Pines, NC||01:23:31|
|19||1005||Jackie Stiles||Springfield, MO||01:24:20|
|29||107||Marlene Persson||Deerfield Beach, FL||01:28:07|
|45||1171||Megan Vaccaro||Oswego, IL||01:32:40|
|57||1040||Olga Ulitsky||Sarasota, FL||01:34:18|
|59||1243||Jacqueline Suarez||Pembroke Pines, FL||01:34:42|
|64||1599||Trish Steele||Brookline, MA||01:35:30|
|69||1093||Hailey Krzyston||Burr Ridge, IL||01:36:33|
|81||1152||Fiona Bell||Oakland Park, FL||01:38:34|
|83||1216||Melissa Perlman||Boca Raton, FL||01:38:40|
|91||1132||Janelle Ralph||Gold Hill, OR||01:39:15|
|92||1446||Jaime Key||Nebo, KY||01:39:19|
|94||1238||Gabriela Toriello||Miami, FL||01:39:28|
|95||1474||Damaris Amaya||Philadelphia, PA||01:39:28|
|98||7127||Sarah Donnelly||Hollywood, FL||01:39:51|
|104||2284||Vanessa Hills||Chatsworth, GA||01:40:24|
|106||2003||Rene Cook||Fayetteville, AR||01:40:40|
|107||1166||Jennifer Nicholson||Palm Beach Gardens, FL||01:40:48|
|111||1153||Stella Shalem||Miami Beach, FL||01:41:08|
|116||1160||Lisa Mazzocco||Champaign, IL||01:41:24|
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