Full Results Track Trown Summer Series Portland

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by LetsRun.com
July 2, 2017

Below are full results for the 2017 TrackTown Summer Series Meet #2 in Portland where the New York City Empire edged the Philadlephia Force 86-85. We really have no idea what that means for the Summer Series final meet this Thursday on ESPN but there will be a track meet on ESPN so turn in and watch. Update: Doug Binder of Dyestat writes, “New York (Sunday’s winner) and San Francisco (Thursday’s winner) will go into the finals with 15 points. Philadelphia and Portland will start out a step behind with 12 points each.”

Robby Andrews knew he wasn’t going to hit the Worlds qualifying standard so he dropped out of the 1500 with 350 to go, and Ben Blankenship ended up winning by the tiniest of margins over Kyle Merber.

LRC recap of meet here: TrackTown Summer Series Portland Recap: Andrews Drops Out, as Ben Blankenship Wins a Thriller over Merber and Engels, Windle Keeps Rolling

 

If you’d like laps splits or series of throws click here.

Full Results starting with distance races first.

 

Team Scores
NYC 86  PHL 85   SFO 80   PDX 78   

 

Men’s 1500: Ben Blankenship Holds Off Kyle Merber

Athlete Affiliation Time
1 Ben BLANKENSHIP Philadelphia Force 3:37.43 (3:37.424)
2 Kyle MERBER Portland Pulse 3:37.43 (3:37.430)
3 Craig ENGELS Philadelphia Force 3:37.65
4 Colby ALEXANDER San Francisco Surge 3:37.86
5 Johnny GREGOREK New York Empire 3:38.77
6 Pat CASEY New York Empire 3:41.22
7 Cristian SORATOS Portland Pulse 3:43.78
Robby ANDREWS San Francisco Surge DNF
Lopez LOMONG Unattached DNF

Men’s 800: Drew Windles Keeps it Rolling

This race was sort of  replay of the USA 800m final as Erik Sowinski led once the rabbit dropped out, but it wasn’t as fast (52.42 for Sowinski at 400). Sowinski opened up a couple-meter gap on the field on the backstretch but  Drew Windle, 3rd at USAs,  moved up on his shoulder with 200 to go. Windle, Sowinski and Andres Arroyo of Puerto Rico and the University of Florida, were three-wide on the homestretch but Windle pulled ahead and held off Arroyo as Sowinski settled for third.

Athlete Affiliation Time
1 Drew WINDLE Portland Pulse 1:46.21
2 Andres ARROYO New York Empire 1:46.44
3 Erik SOWINSKI San Francisco Surge 1:46.63
4 Shaquille WALKER San Francisco Surge 1:46.71
5 Jesse GARN Philadelphia Force 1:46.84
6 Edward KEMBOI New York Empire 1:46.87
7 Harun ABDA Portland Pulse 1:47.22
8 Casimir LOXSOM New York Empire 1:47.42
9 Curtis BEACH Philadelphia Force 1:47.93
Stephen BULLARD Unattached DNF

Women’s 3000m: Stephanie Garcia Wins

Stephanie Garcia and Lauren Paquette separated from the field by the kilometer mark and the Garcia separated from Paquette the final 800m to get the comfortable win.

Athlete Affiliation Time
1 Stephanie GARCIA New York Empire 9:01.05
2 Lauren PAQUETTE San Francisco Surge 9:03.95
3 Marisa HOWARD San Francisco Surge 9:08.84
4 Sara SUTHERLAND Philadelphia Force 9:10.79
5 Megan ROLLAND Portland Pulse 9:13.92
6 Lianne FARBER San Francisco Surge 9:21.99
7 Alexina WILSON Philadelphia Force 9:24.89
8 Ashley MATON Portland Pulse 9:29.89

 

Women’s 100m: Barbara Pierre Wins

Last year’s 60m World Indoor champ Barbara Pierre beat Joanna Atkins, who, believe it or not, was the NCAA champ at 400 in 2009.

Athlete Affiliation Time W
1 Barbara PIERRE San Francisco Surge 11.14 +2.2
2 Joanna ATKINS Portland Pulse 11.21 +2.2
3 Destiny CARTER Philadelphia Force 11.25 +2.2
4 Simone FACEY New York Empire 11.28 +2.2
5 Tawanna MEADOWS Philadelphia Force 11.29 +2.2
6 Charonda WILLIAMS San Francisco Surge 11.32 +2.2
7 Jeneba TARMOH New York Empire 11.52 +2.2
8 Mikele BARBER Portland Pulse 12.05 +2.2

Men’s 100: Michael Rodgers Prevails

Rodgers, 6th at USAs in the 100, was the favorite and he won comfortably over Kyree King, formerly of Oregon, who was 4th at USAs in the 200.

Athlete Affiliation Time
1 Michael RODGERS New York Empire 10.16 +0.9
2 Kyree KING Portland Pulse 10.29 +0.9
3 Jeff DEMPS New York Empire 10.30 (10.291) +0.9
4 Sean MCLEAN Philadelphia Force 10.30 (10.299) +0.9
5 LeShon COLLINS San Francisco Surge 10.34 +0.9
6 Marqueze WASHINGTON Portland Pulse 10.36 +0.9
7 Remontay MCCLAIN Philadelphia Force 10.37 +0.9
8 Quentin BUTLER San Francisco Surge 10.40 +0.9

Women’s 400: Phyllis Francis Wins

Francis, 5th at the Olympics last year and 2nd at USAs this year, was the class of the field and showed it.

Athlete Affiliation Time
1 Phyllis FRANCIS Philadelphia Force 50.65
2 Elexis GUSTER Portland Pulse 51.39
3 Daina HARPER New York Empire 51.61
4 Kendall BAISDEN New York Empire 51.90
5 Carly MUSCARO Portland Pulse 52.18
6 Claudia FRANCIS Philadelphia Force 52.84
7 Robin REYNOLDS San Francisco Surge 53.04
8 Madeline KOPP San Francisco Surge 53.31

Combined Shot Put: Whiting and Carter Prevail

This was a combined men’s and women’s competition and Team Philadelphia had the best women’s throw by Olympic Champ Michelle Carter, and best men’s throw by Ryan Whiting so it won the competition.

Athlete Affiliation Best Mark
1 Ryan WHITING Philadelphia Force 21.14m (69-4¼ )
2 Stephen MOZIA New York Empire 20.83m (68-4¼ )
3 Darrell HILL San Francisco Surge 20.83m (68-4¼ )
4 Kurtis ROBERTS Portland Pulse 20.00m (65-7½ )
5 Michelle CARTER Philadelphia Force 18.97m (62-3 )
6 Felisha JOHNSON New York Empire 18.30m (60-½ )
7 Daniella BUNCH Portland Pulse 18.27m (59-11¼ )
8 Brittany SMITH San Francisco Surge 17.43m (57-2¼ )

 

Place Athlete Affiliation Best Mark
1 PHL FORCE Philadelphia Force 40.11m (131-7 )
2 NYC EMPIRE New York Empire 39.13m (128-4 )
3 PDX PULSE Portland Pulse 38.27m (125-6 )
4 SFO SURGE San Francisco Surge 38.26m (125-6 )


Men’s Triple Jump: Omar Craddock Wins

Three-time NCAA cham Omar Craddock, 5th at USAs this year, got the win over Josh Honeycutt (4th at USAs) and Donald Scott (3rd at USAs).

Athlete Affiliation Best Mark
1 Omar CRADDOCK San Francisco Surge 16.90m (55-5½ ) +0.5
2 Josh HONEYCUTT Philadelphia Force 16.74m (54-11¼ ) +2.0
3 Donald SCOTT Portland Pulse 16.68m (54-8¾ ) +1.0
4 Tony CARODINE JR New York Empire 14.67m (48-1¾ ) -1.5


Women’s High Jump: Inika McPherson Wins, Chaunte Lowe’s Struggles Continue

McPherson got the win and took attempts at a lifetime PB of 1.96, but came up short. 4th at the Olympics last year, was 4th and last here, after getting 7th at USAs.

Place Athlete Affiliation Best Jump Flight (Pl)
1 Inika MCPHERSON San Francisco Surge 1.90m (6-2¾ ) 1 (1)
2 Amina SMITH New York Empire 1.87m (6-1½ ) 1 (2)
3 Liz PATTERSON Portland Pulse 1.83m (6-0 ) 1 (3)
4 Chaunte LOWE Philadelphia Force 1.75m (5-8¾ ) 1 (4)

Talk about the meet on our fan forum: MB: Tracktown Summer Series Portland Live Thread


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