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USATF.TV posted a video - May 16 2014, 03:25 AM
USATF.TV Royal Results - Contractor License 5/15/2014 - 10:55 PM 2014 USATF High Performance Distance Classic - 5/15/2014 ...
 
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RunnerSpace.com/Pro posted a news article - May 15 2014, 09:21 PM
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RunnerSpace.com/College posted a news article - May 4 2014, 04:00 PM
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The Elite Men's 10,000 was won by Juan Luis Barrios in 27:34.40. Barrios' last lap was a sizzling 56 seconds. Second place went to fellow Nike athlete Cam Levins in 27:36. The third place finisher was Bashir Abdi in 27:36.40.
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The Women's 10,000 race was captured by 2012 Olympic Games silver medalist Sally Kipyego of Kenya in 30:42.26. American Molly Huddle actually closed on Kipyego in the last two laps of the race but settled for second in 30:47.59. The third place finisher was Betsy Saina in 30:57.30. Kipyego had ambitions to run closer to the 30 minute mark, but the race's two rabbits did not exactly do their job. Kipyego, who is showing signs of finally returning to form after suffering a nasty foot fracture one month removed from her London Games' performance, looked smooth around the oval.
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Women's 10k, Kipyego and Huddle way ahead for 6k but Huddle dropped. Betsy Saina in third by her self and a pack including Jordan Hasay trails./
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Women's 5k heat 1 Sifan Hassan and Meraf Bahta took off on the last lap and Hassan, in her first 5k after coming down from altitude with the Belgian team, wins in 14:59.23 to 14:59.49, Katie Mackey third in 15:04.74 and Laura Thweatt was fourty in 15:04.98
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Ben True took a lap but wanted to give up the lead. Hassan Mead took off and Ben True chased him down at the finish and won in 13:02.74, Mead 13:02.80, Derrick fourth in 13:08.18.
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Men's 5000 Heat 2 - Joe Rosa felt race was going slow and took off with a mile to go. Luc Bruchet of BC slowly went after him and finally caught him at the finish line running 13:33.
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Section 2 of the Women's 5000 was won by Rochelle Kanuho of Adidas/Boulder Running Club. Kanuho took off at the bell and made sea-level running look so easy. Kanuho's winning time: 15:34.85. Rachel Johnson of Baylor was second in 15:39.43, with third going to Stephanie Garcia of New Balance in 15:43.47.
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Women's 5k heat 2 with 2 o go Stephanie Garcia leads a pack of Rachel Johnson, Rachel Conaho and Kelsey Santistiban dropping off the back.
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Section 1 of the Men's 1500 saw Lee Emanuel ride the rabbit's shoulder but he was passed by Henrik Ingebrigtsen at the bell. Riley Masters of Brooks Beast took Ingebrigtsen at the finish line in a time of 3:38.42 to Ingebrigtsen's 3:38.53. Penn State's Brannon Kidder was no joke in third with a time of 3:38.82.
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Section 1 of the Women's 1500 was won by Kate Grace. the Yale alumna, who now runs for Oiselle, hit the tape in 4:07.35. Kate Van Buskirk was second in 4:08.73, and she led at the bell. Third place was secured by Violah Lagat of Adidas.
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DyeStatCAL posted a video - Apr 19 2014, 03:24 AM
Event 209 Women 1500 Meter Run Invit. Elite ================================================================ World Record: W 3:50.46 1993 Yunxia Qu, China American Rec: @ 3:57.12 1983 Mary Slaney, Athletics West ...
 
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DyeStatCAL posted a news article - Apr 17 2014, 05:00 PM
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Women's 1500
Finals
1 Sara Vaughn Brooks ID 4:10.05
2 Lea Wallace Nike 4:10.25
3 Laura Thweatt Boulder Track Club 4:10.55
4 Kim Conley New Balance/SRA 4:10.92
5 Stephanie Brown Arkansas 4:11.40
6 Josephine Moultrie Unattached 4:12.33
7 Rebecca Tracy Unattached 4:12.37
8 Hillary Holt College of Idaho 4:13.13

Collegiate leader and School Record for Brown

I suspect Hillary Holt ran the best ever for an NAIA competitor but hard to find records.
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1500 Finals
1 Chad Noelle Oklahoma State 3:40.06
2 Christopher Gowell Adidas/RogueAC 3:40.29
3 Julian Matthews Unattached 3:40.33
4 Hamish Carson New Zealand 3:41.12
5 Tom Farrell Unattached 3:41.43
6 John Simons Minnesota 3:41.94
7 Luc Bruchet British Columbia 3:42.02
8 Sean Tobin Mississippi 3:42.07
9 Jake Hurysz Colorado 3:42.53
10 Zach Dahleen Southern Illinois 3:42.55
11 Tarik Moukrime RFC Liege At 3:42.88
12 Tommy Schmitz Speed Factor 3:42.98

Noelle moves to #2 on CL
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Women's 1500
Finals
1 Sara Vaughn Brooks ID 4:10.05
2 Lea Wallace Nike 4:10.25
3 Laura Thweatt Boulder Track Club 4:10.55
4 Kim Conley New Balance/SRA 4:10.92
5 Stephanie Brown Arkansas 4:11.40
6 Josephine Moultrie Unattached 4:12.33
7 Rebecca Tracy Unattached 4:12.37
8 Hillary Holt College of Idaho 4:13.13

Collegiate leader and School Record for Brown
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Event 114 Men 3000 Meter Steeplechase Invit Elite

1 Matt Hughes Nike 8:35.87
2 Curtis Carr BYU 8:37.54
3 Taylor Milne Speed River 8:39.81
4 Ole Hesselbjerg Eastern Kentucky 8:41.17
5 Stephen Lisgo Leeds City A 8:41.31
6 Jared Bassett Brooks 8:41.33
7 Mattias Wolter Louisville 8:42.20
8 Blake Theroux Colorado 8:51.96
9 Caleb Hoover Northern Arizona 8:52.75
10 Emil Blomberg UT-Arlington 8:53.86

Carr takes collegiate lead
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Women's 5k even hotter
1 Meraf Bahta Hälle IF 15:30.37
2 Brenda Eunice Flores Mun Mexico-FMAA 15:30.87
3 Abbey D'Agostino Dartmouth 15:30.93
4 Jessica O'Connell UCAC 15:33.29
5 Emma Bates Boise State 15:33.42
6 Jordan Hasay Nike Oregon Project 15:34.35
7 Erin Finn Michigan 15:41.35
8 Brenda Martinez New Balance 15:41.50
9 Elinor Kirk UAB 15:42.13
10 Dominique Scott Arkansas 15:42.42
11 Mara Olson Butler 15:47.14
12 Crystal Nelson Iowa State 15:49.90
13 Sarah Crouch Zap Fitness 15:51.86
14 Dana Giordano Dartmouth 15:53.96
15 Shalaya Kipp Colorado 15:54.13

9 under 16:00 as D'Agostino loses a close race
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Men's 5k results
1 Kennedy Kithuka Texas Tech 13:26.98
2 Trevor Dunbar Oregon 13:32.38
3 Luke Caldwell New Mexico 13:33.28
4 Liam Adams Adidas Australia 13:33.53
5 Jared Ward BYU 13:34.74
6 Aron Rono WCAP 13:35.83
7 Maverick Darling Kimberly Creations 13:36.10
8 Tony Okello Santa Monica TC 13:36.48
9 Diego Alberto Borrego Mo UAZ 13:36.98
10 Shadrack Kipchirchir Oklahoma State 13:37.68
11 Sean Quigley Saucony/ Boulder TC 13:38.81
12 Reed Connor Wisconsin 13:39.34
13 Riley Masters Brooks 13:39.47
14 Christo Landry Mizuno 13:39.71
15 Micah Chelimo Alaska Anchorage 13:41.99

Kithuka takes over D1 5k lead as the top 6 times in D1 run in this race, Chelimo in 15th takes over D2
 
RunnerSpace.com/College posted a news article - Apr 6 2014, 01:40 AM
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In Memorium - The Stanford Invitational, both track and cross-country, is a benchmark event for high school runners throughout California and the West. I remember back in September, 2007 the Bishton twins, Nadya and Nastia, traveled from Mountain Ridge High School, Glendale, Arizona to Stanford. They went 1-2 in the 5K, followed by the likes of Laurynne Chetelat, Jacque Taylor, and Deborah Maier! Seniors in that year, they were “showcasing their wares” in a matter of speaking, looking for potential schools to attend as NCAA Freshmen.
What made the Bishton twins unique, besides being twins, was the fact they were born in Russia, and seeing the photos floating around on Dystat and the other sites, one was taken aback by the beauty of both daughters and their mother Viktoria Bishton.
Months later the deals were made, Nastia to Arizona State University, Nadya to Wisconsin. Nadya only stayed a year. She would come back to California, transferring to San Jose State.
This weekend, on Saturday, marks four years that have passed since Nadya’s death. It was a tragedy for the family and the running community. Her sister stopped running within the year at Arizona State. Finding Nastia’s picture on her Arizona State Athletics bio site brought back a wealth of memories of both the girls, running at Arcadia, the FootLocker, Mt SAC, and everywhere else they competed, never too far away from each other in a race.
I met Nadya and her coach once, at the FootLocker down in San Diego. I was teasing her a little about the Hollywood sunglasses she was going to run in. But I told her Megan O’Reilly did very well in hers and it was OK. I also reminded her to put them up in her hair for the interviews after the race. You can’t hide eyes like that!
 
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