College Women’s 100-meter hurdles: Queen Harrison (Virginia Tech) takes the lead at the third hurdle and goes on to win in 12.61 a new Penn Relays record (wind: +1.1). Results. Olympic Development women’s 100-meter hurdles: Former Michigan star Tiffany Ofili wins in 13.06 (wind: +0.3). Results. College men’s 110-meter hurdles: Barrett Nugent (LSUO wins in [...]
Our early race of the day was the intermediate hurdles . . . . results can be found here (high school) or here (olympic development).
Event 70: College men’s steeplechase: Donn Cabral of Princeton wins in 8:48.92. Results. Event 72: Olympic Development men’s steeplechase: Steve Slattery ran wire to wire for an 8:41.15 victory. Results. Events 73 & 74 (run concurrently): Olympic Development and college women’s steeplechase: Sarah Pease of Indiana was the overall winner in 10:16.51. College results. OD [...]
College women’s 100-meter hurdles: Seun Adigun (Houston) wins in 12.98. Wind is 0.0, so it’s legal. Results. Olympic Development women’s 100-meter hurdles: Nickiesha Wilson goes 12.95 for the victory. Results. College men’s 110-meter hurdles: Jason Richardson of South Carolina wins 13.56, just 0.02 ahead of Ronnie Ash of Bethune Cookman. Results. Olympic Development men’s 110-meter [...]
College Men’s Steeplechase: Scott Macpherson of Arkansas made a big move off the penultimate water jump and won in 8:44.64. Results. Olympic Development Men’s Steeplechase: Eric Ashe jumped Luke Watson at the bell and nearly stole the race, but Watson had another gear and moved back into the front in the final 10 meters, for [...]
Event 241 College women’s 100-meter hurdles: Nickeisha Wilson of LSU wins in 13.03 with Georgia Tech’s Shantia Moss second in 13.17. Results here. Event 242 Olympic Development women’s 100-meter hurdles: Candice Davis wins by more than half a second in 12.92. Results here. Event 243 College men’s 110-meter hurdles: Jason Richardson of South Carolina wins [...]
They’re not in a hurry. Pat Tarpey leads at the quarter in 62.2, with Penn grad Sam Burley second. Tarpey still leads at 880 in 2:03.3, with Alex Bean second. Those two start to pull away from the field on the backstretch. Tarpey continues to lead at the bell in 3:04.4. Villanova alum Jason Jabaut [...]
Joan Bohlke takes the early lead through a slow pace. Brie Felnagle (bib 4 at right) of the University of North Carolina is stalking in the pack. Felnagle was last year’s runner-up in this event. Anne Shadle took the lead with 500 meters to go, with Felnagle on her shoulder. Felnagle took the lead on [...]
Heat 1: Brandon Hon (unat.) 50.72, 2. Fred Sharpe (unat.) 50.93 Heat 2: Kevin Semanick (Shore AC/National) 53.04 Full results are posted here.
Emerging Elite Athlete TC wins the women’s race in 3:40.89, with U.S. Elite second in 3:47.22. Full results here. The Executives TC wins the first heat of the men’s in 3:12.58. The second heat goes to Nike Central Park TC in 3:20.89. Full results here.
The college men are up first. Florida wins the first heat in 56.24. Heat 2 goes to Albany in 57.83 and Heat 3 is won by Kutztown in 59.70. Jarius Cooper, who anchored the Gator squad, talked about his first Relays experience after the race. “This is my first time running at the Relays. Its [...]
The Executive Track Club wins the first heat of the women’s division in 45.10. In the second section, Team USA wins in 43.46, with US Hurdlers second in 44.39. Executive Track Club wins the first men’s heat in 39.82. Nike Central Park TC takes the second section in 42.14 and Bronx International wins the third [...]
Liz Costello of Princeton won the college women’s 3000-meter run championship in 9:35.01. The 5000 championship went to Costello’s freshman teammate, Ashley Higginson, in 16:22.56. Lindsay Donaldson of Yale (16:24.01) was second. Higginson won the Relays high school girls 3000 the past two years. In the women’s Olympic Development 5K, Maria-Elana Calle withstood a last-lap [...]
The Olympic Development and college championship races are being run simultaneously. With three laps to go, Addie Bracy (unattached) and Linsday Sundell (Florida) are sharing the lead, with Princeton’s Megan Brandeland close behind. At the bell, Bracy leads with Brandeland in second and Sundell third. But Sundell came roaring back to win in 10:18.51. Bracy [...]
Daniel Maina of Abilene Christian (8:40.46) pulled away from Peter Kosgei of Hamilton College (8:43.78) to win the men’s steeple. Said Maina: “I had it planned to kick with one lap to go but the leading guys slowed too much, they started to settle down so I went with 2 laps to go.” Anthony Famigletti [...]