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Update On The 2020 Rock 'n' Roll Las Vegas Marathon & 1/2 Marathon

08 Jun, 2020 (Mon)

Credit : c&rdunn We appreciate the continued patience and understanding during this very dynamic and unprecedented time. To best meet the needs of our participants, the Las Vegas community and local authorities, the 2020 Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon & 1/2 Marathon cannot take place as originally scheduled for November 14-15, 2020. We are working diligently with our various host city partners and stakeholders on all potential options and further event updates will be communicated as soon as possible. Participants that are registered for the event will receive an email with further details. In what has been a continually evolving and challenging time globally, we recognize that this may come as a disappointment but look forward to providing our participants with an exceptional event experience in the future.
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35,000 Registered Runners From Across The Globe Take On The Las Vegas Strip For The 2019 Humana Rock 'n' Roll Las Vegas ...

22 Nov, 2019 (Fri)

Credit : c&rdunn LAS VEGAS (Nov. 17, 2019) – Approximately 35,000 registered runners from age 12 to 78 took to The Las Vegas Strip for the 11th running of the Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon & 1/2 Marathon. The biggest and best night running event in the world gave runners a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to run under the lights of the famed Las Vegas Boulevard, serving as the only private event to shut down The Strip At Night. In the marathon, Tommy Rivers Puzey (Flagstaff, Ariz.) took first-place, clocking a time of 02:28:04. Jacob Krolick (Canyon, Texas) was second with a time of 02:31:25 and Meng-Tsung Chu (Colorado Spring, Colo.) followed in third place finishing in 02:32:09. Heather Bray (Amsterdam, NLD) was the women’s champion with a final time of 03:13:00 with Emily Rollins (Franklin, Tenn.) next behind her at 03:19:42 and Jennifer Creps (Hilliard, Ohio) rounded out the podium in 3:25:11. In the half marathon, Tyler Day (Flagstaff, Ariz.) took the crown with a 01:03:48 effort. Harvey Edward Nelson (Flagstaff, Ariz.) earned second with a time of 01:03:55 while third-place went to Patrick Rizzo (Colorado Springs, Colo.) with a time of 01:07:15. Brittney Feivor (Scottsdale, Ariz.) won the women’s race with a time of 01:13:20. In second-place was Angie Nickerson (Cedar City, Utah) in a time of 01:17:25 and Jessie Vickers (Portland, Ore.) rounding out the podium with a time of 01:17:46 The weekend of running kicked off on Saturday evening with the Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas 5K presented by Brooks. Participants of all distances, along with their family and friends were treated to an unforgettable performance from GRAMMY-nominated and Multi-Platinum singer/songwriter, Kesha when she took to the Finish Line Festival stage following the 5K presented by Brooks. Live coverage of today’s event was made available exclusively on the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series Facebook page. The race broadcast included a pre-race show, as well as live coverage of the half marathon. Visit here for a replay of the event. Elite runners and fast times aside, Sunday’s races were all about the party atmosphere. Uptown Funk a Bruno Mars tribute band kicked off Sunday’s race day with a concert in the Start Line Village. Several local bands, including Groove Kitty, Holes and Hearts, KISSED ALIVE, Rat Soup, Jane N The Jungle performed live on band stages along the route interspersed with cheerleaders and themed water stations. For complete results or for information on the 2020 event, visit For more information on the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series, please visit
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Results 2019: Rock 'n' Roll Las Vegas Marathon & Half Marathon

19 Nov, 2019 (Tue)

Marathon Thomas Rivers Puzey outpaced more then 1961 runners to win in 02:28:03. Jacob Krolick earned runner-up honours with a time of 02:31:23. Finishing third was Meng-Tsung Chu (02:32:08). In the women’s race, Heather Bray claimed victory with a time of 03:13:00 . She bested Emily Rollins who crossed the finish line 6 minutes 42 secondes behind her. The third place went to Jennifer Creps with a time of 03:25:11 Top 5 Men 1 Thomas Rivers Puzey 02:28:03 2 Jacob Krolick 02:31:23 3 Meng-Tsung Chu 02:32:08 4 Ben Hulin 02:51:28 5 Wayne Robert Dashper 02:54:58 Top 5 Women 1 Heather Bray 03:13:00 2 Emily Rollins 03:19:42 3 Jennifer Creps 03:25:11 4 Kristina Nikolova 03:29:00 5 Stephanie Kortan 03:30:10 Complete results Half Marathon Tyler Day outpaced more then 20828 runners to win in 01:03:47, followed by Harvey Edward Nelson who finished with a time of 01:03:55. Patrick Rizzo got the third place in 01:07:14. In the women’s race, Brittney Feivor took top spot in 01:13:20 . She bested Angie Nickerson who crossed the finish line 4 minutes 5 secondes behind her. While Jessie Vickers came in third at 01:17:46 Top 5 Men 1 Tyler Day 01:03:47 2 Harvey Edward Nelson 01:03:55 3 Patrick Rizzo 01:07:14 4 Seamus White 01:07:42 5 Nicholas End 01:08:24 Top 5 Women 1 Brittney Feivor 01:13:20 2 Angie Nickerson 01:17:25 3 Jessie Vickers 01:17:46 4 Caitlin Keen 01:18:28 5 Elizabeth Bigelow 01:18:47 Complete results 10K Mitchell Small took top spot in 00:32:53, followed by Alan Walker who finished with a time of 00:35:44. Nawaf Aldhaen (00:36:24) made notched third place. In the ladies race, Alicia Gabriela Cevallos took top spot in 00:39:57 , ahead of Lauren Osborn (00:42:16). Miran McCash got the third place in 00:43:53. Top 5 Men 1 Mitchell Small 00:32:53 2 Alan Walker 00:35:44 3 Nawaf Aldhaen 00:36:24 4 Tahoma Doyon 00:37:30 5 Ryan McFall 00:38:04 Top 5 Women 1 Alicia Gabriela Cevallos 00:39:57 2 Lauren Osborn 00:42:16 3 Miran McCash 00:43:53 4 Lia DiValentin 00:44:37 5 Izzy Frost 00:44:47 Complete results 5K The victory went to Eric Stewart who crossed the finish line at 00:13:34, followed by Jeff McManus who finished with a time of 00:15:40. Jevin Monds got the third place in 00:16:02. In the women’s race, Ryen Reed scored victory with a time of 00:11:31 , followed by Shelli Stewart who finished with a time of 00:13:33. Rounding out the top three was Lisa Ferrari with a time of 00:14:05. Top 5 Men 1 Eric Stewart 00:13:34 2 Jeff McManus 00:15:40 3 Jevin Monds 00:16:02 4 Raymond Rodriguez 00:16:25 5 Joseph Hughes 00:16:31 Top 5 Women 1 Ryen Reed 00:11:31 2 Shelli Stewart 00:13:33 3 Lisa Ferrari 00:14:05 4 Izabella Toth 00:14:07 5 Sundee Banks 00:16:34 Complete results
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