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Tony Smoragiewicz Needs Thirty Seconds 

#1 15 February 2011 07:02 AM
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Tony Smoragiewicz Needs Thirty Seconds

For Tony Smoragiewicz his greatest competition may come in the form of meeting his own expectations. (Photo Kevin Cox/IDS)

It’s hard to imagine that things could go any better than they already are for South Dakota’s reigning cross-country champion Tony Smoragiewicz. The Central High School junior blew away the field at the state cross-country championship in November. He followed it up with a 9th place finish at the Nike National Cross Country championship in Portland and a 3rd place finish two weeks later at the Foot Locker national championship in San Diego. He is among the elite high school runners in the nation. The top ten runners at Nike and Foot Locker were almost all seniors. Only Smoragiewicz and two others were juniors.

Expectations next year will be enormous, so Smoragiewicz might be forgiven for taking a long winter holiday to let it all sink in before confronting the challenges ahead. If anyone has earned a winter break it’s Tony. But that’s just not his style.



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