February 4th in Winston-Salem North Carolina
Men’s field also has Jack Bolas,Mac Fleet and Kirubel Erassa while the women are lead by Lauren Johnson, Nicole Tully, Rachel Schneider and Ashley Higginson.
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Manzano says he's confident he'll be ready by the Trials in July. And he always is.
Manzano pulled out due to a family emergency. This follows Bernard Lagat pulling out of the 3000 with a calf injury.
Hunter will line up with Matt Centrowitz, Leo Manzano and other pros on January 30th.
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They add to previously announced Nick Symmonds, Leo Manzano and Shannon Rowbury.
Kibet won the 1500 in 3:38.56 where Robby Andrews was 5th (3:39.01) and Leo Manzano last. In the 3000, Embaye won in 8:51 and Katie Mackey was 6th (8:56). Non distance highlights included Asafa Powell 9.96 in the 100 to beat Mike Rodgers, Turkey's Ramil Guliyev setting a European lead to win the 200 in 19.88 and World champ Sergey Shubenkov in the 110H (13.11).
A lot of good action on hand with 17 World medalists competing. Some highlights include Asafa Powell vs Mike Rodgers in the 100, world champ Maria Kuchina in the HJ and world 110H champ Sergey Shubenkov vs Pascal Martinot-Lagarde and Jason Richardson.
Kiprop: “Farah is in a class of his own in 5,000m. His 1,500m personal best tells it all since no Kenyan athlete in 5,000m has that time." Field also has Taoufik Makhloufi, Nick Willis, Matt Centrowitz, and Leo Manzano.
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Women's mile has Shannon Rowbury, Morgan Uceny, and Heather Kampf while the men's race is lead by Leo Manzano and Will Leer.
Other big names already announced for the meet include Leo Manzano, Shannon Rowbury, Morgan Uceny and Geena Gall.