Additionally got the following email which I assume is a press release. I didn't have time to create a page for it.
The Men's 10,000 will be an American Record attempt for 2 time Olympican Anthony Famiglietti tonite(April 24) at the inaugural NYRR Distance Carnival at the Brutus Hamilton Invitational in Berkley, California. Famiglietti who won the 2009 USA 15,000 road championships in March and barely missed the American Road 5000 record by a scant 3 seconds at the fast Carlsbad 5000 only 3 weeks ago. He will be paced by Olympian Bolota Asmersom for a solid 13.35 for the first 5000m. In a very solid field, that has been gathered to get World "A" 27.47 and World "B" standards for this summers World Outdoor Championships in Berlin, Germany. The current AR holder at 10km, Olympic Silver Medalist, Meb Keflezighi will be bidding for a PR in Sunday's Flora London Marathon. Keflezighi set the AR in Stanford prior to his Silver Medal performance in Athens 2004
Mexican Olympican, Juan Luis Barrios, a 13.11 5k performer will attempt his first 10,000 and be joined by Olympians, Teodoro Vega(MEX), Alejandro Suarez(MEX), Michael Aish(NZE), Martin Fagan(IRE) and Collis Birmingham(ENG) who has had a fantastic season in achieving Berlin Standards. Ed Moran(USA), James Carnery(USA), Boaz Chemboiyo(KEN), and Juan Carlos Romero(MEX) all sub 28 minute 10km'ers will try to gather bid selections for 1936 Stadium
Philes Ongori, a kenyan based in Japan will lead the pack in the woman's portion of the NYRR Carnival at 10,000 meters. 3-time Mexican Olympian, Dulce Rodriguez, Americans Katie McGregor and Amy Hastings will be joined by Mountain Runner Lara Tamsett of Austraila who recently finished a surprising 3rd in the very fast and competitive Carlsbad 5000.
The NYRR Distance Carnival will consist of the 10, 000, 5,000 and the Men's Steeplechase. In the steeple, Americans Brian Olinger, Kyle Alcorn and Olympian Steve Slattery who have already run faster the World's "A" Standard will try to again achieve those results in 2009. The 5000's should be barn burners as the fields are ready to go.
Canadian Kevin Sullivan, a 3-time Olympican training in Florida will go against Olympican's Yuichiro Ueno(JPN), Jorge Torres(USA) stepping down in distance to battle against Americans, World Cross Country member Bobby Curtis, Thomas Morgan and NCAA champion, Scott Bauhs. Injured Olympian Carrie Tollefson(USA) will toe the line against Serbian Olympian, Marina Muncan, World Indoor Bronze Medalist of Ireland Mary Cullen and Americans, Sara Slattery, Emily Brown, Sara Hall and Julia Lucas.