Fisher stayed with a leading group of 7 for the first half of the race. This group was whittled down to 3 by the 2.5 mile marker. Fisher managed to put 9 seconds between himself and the rest of the field in the final .6; his splits were 4:45, 10:44 (4:59), 15:00 (4:47 pace for the final 1.1).
Rohrer was even more impressive. She came through the mile in 5:37 with a couple of runners in tow. By 3000m, she had dropped everyone. The only girl who even tried to stay with wound up cratering and was lucky to hold on for ninth. Rohrer's splits were 5:37, 10:50 (5:13!!), 16:57 (5:34 pace for the last 1.1). The 2nd place finisher was 30 seconds back. Anna's 2nd mile was nearly as quick as the boys. Is she a lock for FL Nationals?