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Sunday, June 24, 2012
100% ... A Perfect Score For The Manhattan Island Marathon
A perfect score for a tough 28.5-mile marathon swim.
"It was a gorgeous day on the water yesterday," said veteran Dave Barra. "It's a great community to be a part of."
More information on the race and official times, visit here on NYC Swim.
1. Abigail 'Abby' Nunn (USA)
2. Javier Gutierrez (Mexico)
3. Tom Fristoe (USA, shown above)
4. Victoria Rian (USA)
5. John Humenik (USA)
6. Emma Otto-Moudry (USA)
7. Darren Miller (USA)
8. Blair Cannon (USA)
9. Andrew Malinak (USA)
10. Kent Nicholas (USA)
11. Patti Bauernfeind (USA)
12. Kristian Rutford (USA)
13. Bo Stenhuus (Denmark)
14. Roger Finch (South Africa)
15. Genevieve Mackwood (Canada)
16. Fernando Garcia-Sotelo (USA)
17. Vanessa Hammond (England)
18. Daniel Fung (USA)
19. Kevin Anderson (USA)
20. William Lee (Bahamas)
21. Abhjali Bernardova (Czech Republic)
22. Donal Buckley (Ireland)
23. Graeme Lowe (UK)
24. James Fitzpatrick (USA)
25. Tina Neill (USA)
26. George Meenan (Northern Ireland)
27. Ciaran Byrne (Ireland)
28. Yuta Tsuboi (Japan)
29. Joni Young (USA)
30. Nial Funchion (USA)
31. Bob Needham (USA)
32. Bridgette Hobart (USA)
33. Melissa Kretschmer (USA)
34. Krystal Daymonde (USA)
35. Courtney Paulk (USA)
36. Thomas Kofler (Italy)
37. Dave Armento (USA)
38. Steve Faulkner (Canada)
Results courtesy of NYC Swim that has attracted over 13,000 participants in more than 150 swimming races since 1993
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