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RunnerSpace.com/HighSchool   on Sep 21 2012, 05:51 PM

Published on Sep 14, 2012 by 

The documentary film Pride is Forever is now available worldwide viahttp://www.prideisforevermovie.com/

Pride is Forever is a documentary film that follows the plight of high school runner Anthony Armstrong (US #5, Dyestat Top 25) as he trains for the 2012 track season in the hopes of winning a national championship. In 2011, Armstrong won the Washington State 3A state title in the 1600m (4:12.3) and the 3200m (8:57.36). The following cross country season he became the first runner ever to break 15:00 in the Washington State Cross Country Championship race (Sun Willows, 5K). Kicking from a distant third with 200 meters to go, Armstrong finished in 14:58.4, breaking the course record previously held by Shane Moskowitz (15:06). Two weeks later, after being put on crutches four days before the Washington vs. Oregon Borderclash race due to a sprained muscle behind his knee, Armstrong broke a three-man tie with 50 meters left in the 4.4 kilometer race to win in 13:48; finishing only a second off of Olympian Galen Rupp's course record time set 8 years earlier.

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Filmmaking teammate sheds light on Armstrong’s tough season in “Pride is Forever

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Updated: September 21, 2012
Pride is Forever

Filmmaker Phil Snyder (left) captures Anthony Armstrong (239) as he battles national class GSL opponents during the 2012 track season for “Pride is Forever.” Photo by Gary Paulson


Pride is Forever website
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Interview with filmmaker Phil Snyder

By Doug Binder

The idea for making a documentary made sense. Phil Snyder, a senior at Kamiakin High School in Kennewick, Wash., wanted to make one.

And in Anthony Armstrong he felt he had the perfect subject.

Armstrong was a dynamic figure in Washington cross country in 2011. He broke the course record at the state meet and it seemed like he might be poised for an all-time-great sort of a track season.

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