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Elliott Krause won a silver and Riley Masters a bronze.
Women's 1500 Country Seed Result
1 296 Hasay, Jordan 20 United States America 4:12.68 4:22.16
2 74 Leblanc, Annie 20 Canada 4:15.92 4:24.97
3 151 Diaz M., Karla 21 Mexico 4:23.92 4:27.66
4 195 Rodriguez M., Alejandra 21 Mexico 4:34.70 4:37.72
5 268 Bergman, Jennifer 20 United States America 4:19.20 4:41.08
6 105 Landaverde H., Gladys 22 EL Salvador 4:22.70 4:44.85
7 228 Mancebo C., Maria 20 Republica Dominicana 4:24.85 4:45.89
Men's 1500 Country Seed Result
1 311 Merber, Kyle 21 United States America 3:35.59 3:51.61
2 88 Philibert-Thiboutot, 21 Canada 3:41.75 3:52.00
3 307 Masters, Riley 22 United States America 3:37.19 3:52.15
4 89 Proufoot, Ross 20 Canada 3:41.56 3:52.47
5 154 Esparza P., Jesus A. 21 Mexico 3:50.48 3:54.63
6 204 Sandoval P., Christopher 20 Mexico 3:48.59 3:58.84
--- 223 Abreu, Alvaro Luis 21 Republica Dominicana 3:57.28 DNF
Men's 10,000 Country Seed/Result
1 320 Proctor, Gabe 22 United States America 29:05.45 30:46.85
2 302 Krause, Elliott 21 United States America 28:59.71 30:57.88
3 143 Arroyo Y., Alejandro 20 Mexico 29:27.00 31:39.99
4 202 Sanchez V., Eloy 22 Mexico 31:07.44 31:48.38
5 359 Trott, Sean 22 Bermuda 33:26.91
6 103 Rivera A., Carlos 19 Costa Rica 34:24.50 34:22.31
--- 135 Spencer, Leighton 21 Jamaica 33:54.60, DNF
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no seat of the pants feel for this stuff guessing from the seeding times at about 7,000 feet
subtract 6 or 7 sec to sealevel for 1500 & minute for 10000?
Nice win for Merber in the last 100. I thought he was toast after looking terrible at NCAAs and the Trials, but he rested up and ran well.
Same for Hasay - she was clearly the class of the field and cruised to a comfortable win wire to wire. Interesting to note that the second place finisher, Annie LeBlanc, is Oregon's biggest recruit for next year. She's a Canadian who has run 2:03 and 4:15 I believe, and will be Jordan's teammate in the fall.
Yes, that showed this race was roughly pr shape for Hasay beating the recent 4:15.9 runner by nearly 3 secs, and this other girl has speed. She went 2:03 last year and wouldn't be surprised to see her go 2:02 if she gives it a go. Nothing shocking for Hasay but a good effort. Hope to see her take a few cracks at 4:10 this year in the right races.
Hasay is done for the year, which is the right decision. She's looked seriously overtrained and needs to get a few weeks of rest before building up for XC. And she needs to incorporate more recovery into her training to get that pop back in her legs.
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Agree. Maybe Jordan "over did it" this year with all the "olympic hype" and continual pressure. She just needs to calm down and take one day at a time.
If you look back on her accomplishments since the age of 12 through age 20 including yesterday's Gold Medal at the NACAC U-23,........her accomplishments are simply unbelievable. WOW.
Whilst jordan is winning at this sub-par meet, her competitiors are resting before xc. So hasay once again will be overtrained before NCAAs
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It is early July. Jordan just ran a 1500 meter race, and this is somehow going to make her overtrained for XC in the Fall??? LR posters never cease to amaze with their stupidity.
Yo short stack,
A lot of knowledgeable insightive and thoughtful followers of the sport post here too.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder- disreguard the chaff and center on the meaningful comments. A good idea in the real wotld as well as on the interwebs.
Competing at the world level for any college athelte is nearly impossible and quite challenging. After running collegiate Cross Country, then Indoors, then Outdoors, in addition to the workload involved in keeping up with academics etc. etc, these athletes are simply exhausted by the time the season ends, (which by the way the season(s) never do end).
Jordan Hasay, Chris Derrick and a few others at the college elite level have been running non-stop (many of them) for you letsrun fans for more than six straight years now (and some running many more years than that) beginning with their high school careers. All this without injury.
Think about that. That's insane! What incredible athletes. Watch as their times improve once they have some rest and relaxation and the opportunity to pick and choose their own races, such as the freedom the professionals are afforded.
hate to say it, but it's going to catch up with them at some point. Happened to me... you can only push your body so much for that long and get away with it. If only I knew then what I know now...
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