Here are the results.
Event 7 Men 5000 Meter Run High Performance
13:25.00 O Olympic Standard
13:28.00 T US Trials Qualifier
Name Year School Finals Points
1 Knight, Justyn Syracuse 13:26.36 T 10
2 Kincaid, Woody University o 13:27.32 T 8
3 Rupp, Galen Nike Oregon Project 13:27.34 T 6
4 Shrader, Brian Saucony 13:29.13 5
5 Erassa, Kirubel Atlanta Track Club 13:30.18 4
6 Alex, George Zap Fitness 13:30.35 3
7 Jenkins, Eric Nike Oregon Project 13:32.11 2
8 Marantz, Cameron adidas Garde 13:34.98 1
9 Bruchet, Luc Asics Canada 13:35.57
10 Brown, Mitchel Nike Btc 13:37.65
11 Keelan, Jack Stanford 13:40.72
12 Payne, Ben US Air Force 13:44.54
13 Buchanan, Reid Portland 13:52.13
14 Finan, Eric Team Run Eugene 13:53.43
15 Rosa, Jim Stanford 13:56.32
16 Keveren, Sean Ragged Mount 14:07.55
17 Raneri, John Unattached 14:07.96
18 Okello, Tonny Santa Monica 14:13.62
19 Williams, Matthew US Air Force 14:16.63
-- Walling, Ryan Unattached DNF
-- Thomson, Jacob Kentucky DNF
I've merged the multiple threads on this matter. I must admit I had no idea who William Kincaid was. Apparently he was 9th at NCAA in the 5k (5th last year) and 70th at NCAA xc.
Can i take the contrarian view that Rupp losing to a guys who were 9th (Kincaid) and 10th at NCAAs (Knight) is a good thing? If you want to be good at 26.2, you don't want to be in good 5000 shape.
Maye this will get Rupp to realize he needs to focus on the 10,000 or the marathon (I'd prefer the marathon as a fan although I think he's a proven commodity at the 10,000 - at worse his 5th or 6th - whereas he's a total wildcard in the marathon).