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Invited Athletes Competing in NYC Half 2012

March 13, 2012

As of March 12

Women
 

Bib Last First Resides CTZ

101

Rotich

Caroline

Nyaharuru, Kenya

KEN

102

Goucher

Kara

Portland, OR

USA

103

Smith

Kim

Providence, RI

NZL

104

Dado

Firehiwot

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

ETH

105

Kibet

Hilda

Groet, Netherlands

NED

106

Davila

Desiree

Rochester Hills, MI

USA

107

Pavey

Jo

Teddington, England

GBR

108

Weightman

Lisa

Melbourne, VIC, Australia

AUS

109

Perez

Madai

Mexico City, Mexico

MEX

110

Syreva

Olesya

Omsk, Russia

RUS

111

Cherobon-Bawcom

Janet

Rome, GA

USA

112

Culley

Julie

Annandale, NJ

USA

113

Van Blerk

Irvette

Krugersdorp Gauteng, South Africa

RSA

114

Jarzynska

Karolina

Poznan, Poland

POL

116

Alene Amare

Shewarge

 

ETH

118

Aliyu

Aziza

Albuquerque, NM

ETH

119

Westover

Heidi

Walpole, NH

USA

120

Hallissey

Claire

Arlington, VA

GBR

121

Nukuri-Johnson

Diane

Iowa City, IA

BDI

122

Pezzullo

Stephanie

Charlotte, NC

USA

123

Murray

Freya

Boulder, CO

GBR

124

Kilmer

Loretta

New York, NY

USA

125

Faber

Jeanette

Portland, OR

USA

126

Scherf

Lindsey

Durham, NC

USA

127

Caballero

Yolanda

Bogota, Colombia

COL

128

Mejdoub

Malika

Catonsville, MD

MAR

129

Thomas

Wendy

Windsor, CO

USA

130

Hadley

Alana

Charlotte, NC

USA

131

Stetsenko

Kateryna

Kiev, Ukraine

UKR

133

Keating

Paula

Mirimichi, NB, Canada

CAN

134

Piers

Sheri

Falmouth, ME

USA

135

Janosikova

Katarina

Astoria, NY

SVK

136

Burke

Betsy

New York, NY

USA

137

Cummings

Sarah

New York, NY

USA

138

Chin

Kelly

Brooklyn, NY

USA

139

Doyle

Juliet

Beechdale, Nottingham, England

GBR

140

Gurmu

Muliye

Bronx, NY

ETH

141

Vongvorachoti

Jane

Woodside, NY

THA

142

Lemberger

Sharon

Stamford, CT

USA

146

Higgins

Lesley

New York, NY

USA

147

Pardi

Mary

Falmouth, ME

USA

Men
 

Bib Last First Resides CTZ

2

Kirui

Peter Cheruiyot

Iten, Kenya

KEN

3

Keflezighi

Meb

Mammoth Lakes, CA

USA

4

Ritzenhein

Dathan

Beaverton, OR

USA

5

Lilesa

Feyisa

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

ETH

6

Merga

Deriba

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

ETH

7

Gomes dos Santos

Marilson

Sao Paulo, Brazil

BRA

8

Bauhs

Scott

Mammoth Lakes, CA

USA

9

Curtis

Bobby

Ardmore, PA

USA

10

Moran

Ed

Williamsburg, VA

USA

11

St. Lawrence

Ben

Centennial Park, NSW, Australia

AUS

12

Thompson

Chris

Eugene, OR

GBR

14

Birmingham

Collis

Ballarat, VIC, Australia

AUS

15

Korir

Wesley

Louisville, KY

KEN

16

Chelanga

Sam

Eugene, OR

KEN

17

Biwott

Shadrack Kiptoo

Eugene, OR

KEN

18

Shelley

Michael

Gold Coast, QLD, Australia

AUS

19

Shitara

Yuta

Saitama-ken, Japan

JPN

20

Otsu

Kento

Saitama-ken, Japan

JPN

21

Girma

Tesfaye

Bronx, NY

ETH

22

Bouramdane

Abderrahime

Fez, Morocco

MAR

23

Overall

Scott

London, England

GBR

24

Gillis

Eric

Guelph, ON

CAN

25

Chelimo

Kevin

Eugene, OR

KEN

26

Annani

Adil

Marrakesh, Morocco

MAR

27

Watson

Rob

Guelph, ON

CAN

29

Dube

Tesfaye Assefa

Bronx, NY

ETH

30

Megersa

Kumsa Adugna

Bronx, NY

ETH

31

Merdessa

Bado Worku

Bronx, NY

ETH

32

Tafera Deneke

Teklu

Bronx, NY

ETH

33

Okuti

Harbert

New Paltz, NY

UGA

34

Kiplagat

Matthew

New Rochelle, NY

KEN

35

Cassidy

Michael

Staten Island, NY

USA

36

Daly

Dan

New York, NY

PER

37

Wagner

Allen

Albuquerque, NM

USA

38

Wallace-Periac

Daniel

Nyack, NY

USA

40

Walsh

James

Leeds, England

GBR

41

Mellor

Jonny

Irby, Wirral, England

GBR

42

Cuahutle

Odilon

Mexico City, Mexico

MEX

43

Gutiérrez

Jason

Bobota, Colombia

COL

44

Linden

Ryan

Rochester Hills, MI

USA

 

 
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