She crushed the field, not that it seemed like a very competitive fast race for the rest of the runners
Bridget Franek OTC Elite 9:39.77#
2 Sarah Pease SR Unattached 9:55.09
3 Allix Potratz-Lee Vandal Track Club 10:02.62
4 Lois Keller Club Northwest 10:07.52
5 Kimber Mattox SR Oregon 10:07.91
6 Carrie Dimhoff Bowerman AC 10:10.53
7 Alycia Butterworth SO Idaho 10:18.78
8 Milly Clark 3 Unattached 10:19.34
9 Megan Rolland Oiselle 10:34.23
10 Shea Hanson SR Boise State 10:43.45
11 Taylor Nowlin SO Oregon State 10:51.14
12 Michaela Freeby FR Willamette 11:03.58
13 Kate Jette SO Boise State 11:07.88
14 Sally Venable SR Willamette 11:34.12
If this was her first meet and she hasn't been on the track for any workouts, she has a chance of being good. Otherwise, she will be struggling come August when everything counts.
I'm interested in why you would think this to be so?
Nothing wrong with being on the track year round. It's the mix of workouts and (as you alluded) racing schedule. She is on target to bring it strong for the trials, the games and races in between.
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Fastest time in the U.S. this year so far, windy, no competition. Very good running.[/quote]
The first womens steeple of 2012 was run at a DIAMOND LEAGUE Meet yesterday. Is Franek anywhere near the WL now? That's what I thought, not even on the same straightaway.