Stanford's Elise Cranny was 4th in the 1000 (2:42.39). In other action Mary Cain was 4th in the 600 (1:30.03) and then won the 800 (2:07.21), German Fernandez was 2nd in the 3000 (8:04.59). Pros Andy Bayer, German Fernandez, Phoebe Wright, Geena Lara also competed.
Yes, children have been conceived and born in the time it took them, but USATF finally gave Bumbalough back his 8th place 3K finish. They also added a rule that now allows corrections to be made 72-hours after a race.
Jenny Simpson was way back in 9th in 2:05.08, but still beat Caster Semenya in 11th (2:06.84). Other US distance action included Gabe Grunewald 3rd in the 3000 (8:52) and some less than stellar men's 1500s as Lopez Lomong was 11th in 3:43 as Kenyan Collins Cheboi won in 3:36.