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Jonathan Gault
2019 Chicago Marathon US field is out: Cragg, Derrick, Ritz Join Rupp & Hasay
https://www.letsrun.com/news/2019/07/chicago-marathon-announces-2019-us-elite-field-cragg-derrick-ritz-join-rupp-hasay/

Rupp and Hasay were previously announced, but now we have the rest of the US field.

US Men
Name Marathon PR
Galen Rupp 2:06:07
Dathan Ritzenhein 2:07:47
Scott Smith 2:12:21
Brogan Austin 2:12:38
Chris Derrick 2:12:50
Jacob Riley 2:13:16
Brendan Gregg 2:13:27
Brian Shrader 2:13:30
Diego Estrada 2:13:56
Jonas Hampton 2:14:19
Nico Montanez 2:14:27
Parker Stinson 2:14:29
Brendan Martin 2:15:30
Noah Droddy 2:16:26
Ryan Root 2:16:40
Alan Peterson 2:17:15
Michael Eaton 2:18:00
Jackson Neff 2:18:49
Dan Kremske 2:18:52
Reed Fischer Debut
Jerrell Mock Debut
Justin Gallegos Debut

US Women
Name Marathon PR
Jordan Hasay 2:20:57
Amy Cragg 2:21:42
Emma Bates 2:28:19
Stephanie Bruce 2:29:20
Lindsay Flanagan 2:29:25
Taylor Ward 2:32:42
Maegan Krifchin 2:32:47
Lauren Martin-Masterson 2:33:25
Christina Vergara Aleshire 2:34:24
Lindsey Anderson 2:34:45
Sarah Sellers 2:36:37
Kristen Heckert 2:38:54
Alyssa Schneider 2:39:11

It's a fairly solid field, as you might expect considering so many men still don't have the standard. I'm actually a little surprised there aren't MORE American men running it. It's much easier to run 2:11 in Chicago than NYC.

Excited to see what Amy Cragg does in her first marathon since running her 2:21 pb in Tokyo in 2018.

Stephanie Bruce and Emma Bates also entered on the women's side, but it may be irrelevant if the women get the Olympic standard or not since the women's race at the Trials will likely be awarded Gold Label status.

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