Latin Music Miami Beach Marathon - Half Marathon
December 11, 2011
|1||1||Simon Bairu||Portland, OR||01:05:38|
|2||2||Brent Vaughn||Portland, OR||01:05:41|
|3||3||Tim Nelson||Portland, OR||01:07:44|
|6||7||Josh Brashears||Miami, FL||01:13:45|
|7||8||Doug Morton||Sebring, FL||01:14:31|
|9||5||Jeff Jonaitis||Tinley Park, IL||01:16:24|
|10||1596||Bryan Huberty||Miami Beach, FL||01:19:30|
|12||1440||Myles Murphy||Miami Beach, FL||01:20:25|
|14||9||Pepi Peterson||Hudson, MA||01:21:27|
|15||1543||Reinaldo Garcia||Surfside, FL||01:21:59|
|16||1009||Jeff Lessie||Tampa, FL||01:23:26|
|17||1010||Eric Torrey||Herndon, VA||01:23:27|
|20||2635||Jorge Acosta||Santurce, PR||01:24:22|
|21||1015||Robert Dabrowski||Jupiter, FL||01:24:43|
|22||1601||Renato Brandileone||Key Biscayne, FL||01:25:37|
|23||1020||Manelgedon Sugathadasa||Las Vegas, NV||01:25:58|
|25||1011||Nicholas Heller||Mattoon, IL||01:27:25|
|26||1035||Matt Parton||Knoxville, TN||01:27:41|
|27||1528||Russell Wogan||Pompano Beach, FL||01:28:02|
|28||1007||Carl Clark||San Antonio, TX||01:28:02|
|30||1046||Steven Dunbar||Lafayette, CO||01:28:31|
|31||1036||Alex Demas||Miami, FL||01:28:57|
|32||1033||Christopher Barry||Chicago, IL||01:29:14|
|33||1441||Anthony Agnello||Longwood, FL||01:29:51|
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