1 49 ANDERSON Gabrielle 1986 SF USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 4:04.84
2 52 DOBRISKEY Lisa 1983 SF GBR GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 4:05.27
3 58 MUNCAN Marina 1982 SF SRB SERBIA 4:06.48
4 60 SCHAPPERT Nicol 1986 SF USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 4:06.87
5 59 REID Sheila 1989 SF CAN CANADA 4:07.07
6 51 CUSMA PICCIONE Elisa 1981 SF RM052 C.S. ESERCITO 4:07.55
7 53 INFELD Emily 1990 SF USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 4:07.77
8 54 MACKEY Katie 1987 SF USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 4:08.09
9 56 MALOY Elizabeth 1985 SF USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 4:08.12
10 55 MAGNANI Margherita 1987 SF RM056 G.A. FIAMME GIALLE 4:08.94
11 57 MOSER Treniere 1982 SF USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 4:09.34
12 50 BERLANDA Eleonora 1976 SF PD131 G.S. FIAMME ORO PADOVA 4:13.43
13 62 TADESSE Mestawot 1985 SF ETH ETHIOPIA 4:17.10
63 BECKWITH Molly 1987 SF USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Rit
61 SUJEW Elina 1990 SF GER GERMANY Rit
64 TOMLIN Renee 1988 SF USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Rit
This meet has a lot of US results in it. Ann Pierce and Maggie Vessey were in the 800 as well. (There are like 5 threads on the meet as it included Cabral and others).
More results here: http://www.fidal.it/risultati/2012/COD3345/Gara940.htm
1 3I 7 SANTIUSTI CABALLERO Yus 1984 SF PD140 ASSINDUSTRIA SPORT PADOVA 1:59.95
2 4I 10 VESSEY Maggie 1981 SF USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 2:00.59
3 1I 6 PIERCE Anna 1984 SF USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 2:00.66
4 2I 8 SIMPSON Jemma 1984 SF GBR GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 2:00.72
5 2E 2 EDWARDS-SIFUENTES Nicol 1986 SF CAN CANADA 2:01.30
6 1E 5 MILANI Marta 1987 SF RM052 C.S. ESERCITO 2:01.35
7 5I 9 SUJEW Diana 1990 SF GER GERMANY 2:02.29
8 5E 3 GALLIGAN Rose-anne 1987 SF IRL IRELAND 2:02.72
6I 4 LUKHYI Annette Mwanzi 1982 SF KEN KENYA Rit
Passaggi: m. 400: 57.7
|old school steve|
A great race for Gabrielle. Huge PR ( and the elusive A standard) and a nice international win. Too bad she didn't make the U.S. Oly team; she has a lot of courage and a "nothing to lose" attitude that would have served her well in London. Watch out for her in 2016!
|Not Woodward or Bernstein|
Letsrun journalistic standards don't necessarily reflect the truth. Gabriele must run the A standard after October 1st of this year. The A standard isn't currently known.
103.3.1 The IAAF shall publish the Entry Standards and relevant criteria in the
year preceding the IAAF World Championships as follows:
- In March for the 10,000m, Marathon, Race Walk, Relays and
- In November for all other events.
"A" and "B" Entry Standards are set for all events, except the Relays and
Marathon where there is only one standard.
103.3.2 The Entry Standards must be achieved during the period from 1 October
in the year preceding the IAAF World Championships (from 1 January in
the year preceding the IAAF World Championships for the 10,000m,
Marathon, Race Walk, Relays and Combined Events) to the closing date
for the Final Entries. Such Entry Standards must be achieved in
accordance with criteria decided by IAAF.
Why they expect the A standard to be achieved from Oct 1 to the deadline prior to the WC, which is significantly less than a year, is beyond me. Almost no one even has an outdoor track race between 10/1 and 4/1 anyway. So, the real window is essentially 4/1 to maybe 7/8, a three month period, with a few exceptions for down under meets. This rule forces the double or triple peak in the championship year, at least for athletes not way below the standard.
It was the same for the 2011 worlds in Daegu.
"Performances must be achieved during the qualification period of 1 October 2010 (1 January 2010 for the 10,000m, Marathon, Combined Events, Race Walks and Relays) to 15 August 2011 (midnight Monaco time)."
Some of those standards such as women's 5000m, were tougher than the Olympics too.