Schneider won the 1500 in 4:07.88 while Mary Cain made big improvements on her SB with 4:09.08 in 4th. Efraimson got the 800 victory in 2:01.11. Bahrain's Abraham Rotich won the men's 800 in 1:45.81 as NCAA champion Edward Kemboi was 3rd (1:46.94).
American distance runners competing include Mary Cain, Shelby Houlihan, Katie Mackey, Cory McGee, Heather Kampf and Ashley Higginson in the 1500, Alexa Efraimson in the 800. *Meet Website
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The men's 800 is one of the most exciting races in all of track and field. Tons of superstars and lots of diversity as men from seven different countries nabbed spots in our global top 10. Where is David Rudisha?
Zane Robertson was 4th (3:53.72) and Kyle Merber 5th (3:54.76). Molly Huddle won the women's mile in 4:26.8 as Phoebe Wright won the 800 in 2:01.91. Mark English took the 800 with 1:45.79 as US's Ryan Martin ran 1:45.79 for 2nd. Juan Luis Barrios won the 3K in 7:44.21 over Trevor Dunbar (7:45.09).
There was a big fall, but no one was going to stop Duane Solomon from repeating as champion.
A great final with Duane Solomon, Erick Sowinski, Elijah Greer, RobbyAndrews, Cas Loxsom and others is all set, but we're still wondering about a questionable DQ of Nick Hartle.