Brooks Beasts Run 16:03 to Smash 4 x Mile Record, Katelyn Tuohy Gets High School 3000m Record- 2019 Norb Sander Recap

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by LetsRun.com
January 26, 2019

NEW YORK – High school star Katelyn Tuohy got the assault on the record books started at the Dr. Sander Invitational at the Armory on Saturday by running 9:01.81 for 3000 meters to break Mary Cain’s indoor high school record of 9:04.51. Then, the Brooks Beasts team of David Ribich, Henry Wynne, Brannon Kidder, & Izaic Yorks ran 16:03.68 to shatter the previous world best in the 4 x mile of 16:12.81.

We recap those races plus all the other top action at the Armory below.

Women’s 3000: Tuohy’s Debut vs Pros Is a Success

Tuohy has proven virtually unbeatable in the high school ranks, so she decided to step up in class to take on the pros for the first time. She more than held her own, even if she came up short of the sub-9:00 clocking she wanted.

Tuohy vs Pros

Danielle Aragon rabbitted the field for 1800 meters and when she began to open up a gap on the field three minutes into the race, Tuohy was the only runner in a field of pros to try to bridge the gap. Aragon hit 1600m in around 4:45 and when she dropped out at 1800, that mean the high school junior Tuohy was in the lead with a couple meter gap on the rest of the field. Tuohy would keep the lead for another minute as soon Amanda Eccleston closed the gap and would go by Tuohy. Once Eccleston went by, Tuohy couldn’t stick with her and Tuohy was racing the clock.

Tuohy was hoping to go sub-9:00 but was in uncharted territory and could only manage a 35.6 on the final lap, which left her with the high school record but just short of sub-9.

Afterwards Tuohy said of racing the pros, “It was less nerves and more excitement. I was just getting ready to get my feet wet and test what it was like to race girls that are faster than me. I had a great time out there. I was so close to breaking nine but it gives me motivation for the future.”

Tuohy indicated that today was really about getting experience racing the pros, and that if she had a time goal it was to go sub-9. She said she expects to return to high school racing the rest of the indoor season.

Tuohy showed a lot of poise after the race as well. She apologized for immediately exiting the track after the race and not congratulating the other girls. She said she was super thirsty and all she could think about was getting a drink. Interestingly she said none of the other women said anything to her before the race except for rabbit Aragon, who was very encouraging.

Women 3000 Meter Run Invitational
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    Name                    Year School                  Finals 
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  1 Eccleston, Amanda            Brooks                X8:56.68  
        35.182 (35.182)  1:11.309 (36.127)  1:47.020 (35.712)  2:22.620 (35.600)
      2:58.050 (35.431)  3:33.713 (35.663)  4:10.095 (36.382)  4:46.310 (36.215)
      5:22.375 (36.066)  5:58.900 (36.525)  6:35.110 (36.210)  7:12.170 (37.061)
      7:48.831 (36.661)  8:24.073 (35.242)  8:56.676 (32.604)
  2 Kampf, Heather               Asics                 X8:56.87  
        35.120 (35.120)  1:11.175 (36.055)  1:46.860 (35.685)  2:22.556 (35.697)
      2:58.631 (36.075)  3:34.209 (35.578)  4:10.456 (36.248)  4:46.826 (36.370)
      5:23.489 (36.663)  6:00.009 (36.520)  6:35.850 (35.841)  7:13.010 (37.160)
      7:50.515 (37.505)  8:24.715 (34.200)  8:56.870 (32.156)
  3 Tuohy, Katelyn            NY NY                    X9:01.81  
        35.262 (35.262)  1:11.145 (35.884)  1:46.856 (35.711)  2:22.415 (35.559)
      2:57.843 (35.429)  3:33.438 (35.595)  4:09.413 (35.975)  4:45.113 (35.700)
      5:21.500 (36.387)  5:58.695 (37.195)  6:35.308 (36.614)  7:12.804 (37.496)
      7:51.107 (38.304)  8:26.195 (35.088)  9:01.809 (35.615)
  4 Fulton, Eleanor              USA                   X9:06.09  
        35.030 (35.030)  1:11.025 (35.995)  1:46.624 (35.600)  2:22.207 (35.584)
      2:57.703 (35.496)  3:33.432 (35.730)  4:09.907 (36.475)  4:46.604 (36.697)
      5:23.331 (36.728)  6:00.345 (37.015)  6:37.693 (37.348)  7:15.895 (38.203)
      7:54.320 (38.425)  8:31.880 (37.560)  9:06.088 (34.208)
  5 Eloise- Neale, Amy           Reebok Bosto          X9:16.44  
        35.445 (35.445)  1:11.775 (36.330)  1:47.829 (36.054)  2:24.145 (36.316)
      3:01.794 (37.650)  3:39.262 (37.469)  4:16.715 (37.454)  4:55.497 (38.782)
      5:33.502 (38.005)  6:11.151 (37.650)  6:48.564 (37.413)  7:26.218 (37.655)
      8:04.097 (37.880)  8:41.210 (37.114)  9:16.436 (35.226)
  6 Bell, Rolanda                Hoka NJNY             X9:16.46  
        35.815 (35.815)  1:12.631 (36.817)  1:49.204 (36.573)  2:25.826 (36.623)
      3:03.710 (37.885)  3:41.740 (38.030)  4:19.745 (38.005)  4:56.733 (36.988)
      5:33.984 (37.251)  6:10.827 (36.844)  6:48.895 (38.068)  7:27.114 (38.220)
      8:05.030 (37.916)  8:42.105 (37.075)  9:16.456 (34.352)
  7 Jossinet, Danielle           Guelph                X9:19.93  
        35.625 (35.625)  1:12.429 (36.805)  1:49.486 (37.058)  2:26.287 (36.801)
      3:04.213 (37.926)  3:42.163 (37.950)  4:20.122 (37.960)  4:57.335 (37.214)
      5:34.465 (37.130)  6:11.990 (37.526)  6:49.758 (37.768)  7:27.984 (38.226)
      8:06.390 (38.407)  8:43.342 (36.952)  9:19.925 (36.584)
  8 Kunc, Katy                   Hoka NJNY             X9:21.03  
        35.719 (35.719)  1:12.245 (36.527)  1:49.045 (36.800)  2:25.936 (36.892)
      3:03.980 (38.044)  3:41.971 (37.992)  4:19.806 (37.835)  4:56.996 (37.190)
      5:34.137 (37.141)  6:11.308 (37.171)  6:49.385 (38.077)  7:27.598 (38.214)
      8:06.101 (38.504)  8:44.069 (37.968)  9:21.023 (36.955)
 -- Aragon, Dani                 Hoka NJNY                 XDNF  
        34.914 (34.914)  1:10.905 (35.992)  1:46.414 (35.509)  2:21.961 (35.548)
      2:57.386 (35.425)  3:32.724 (35.338)  4:08.505 (35.781)  4:44.640 (36.135)
      5:21.150 (36.511)

Quick Take: Tuohy has the high school record, but Mary Cain still has the best high school 2 mile/3k.

Tuohy is the new high school record holder at 3000 but Mary Cain ran a better equivalent performance at 2 full miles indoors at the 2013 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix. In that meet, Cain ran 9:38.68, which LRC guru John Kellogg converts to an 8:55.82 for 3000 (Cain’s old HS record of 9:04.51 was actually an en-route time taken from that race, but Cain also ran a 9:02.10 for 3000 on an oversized indoor track, and Alexa Efraimson ran 9:00.16 on an oversized indoor track). So Tuohy has the record, but Efraimson ran faster for 3000 indoors and Cain ran a better equivalent performance.

For what it’s worth, Cain was slightly younger than Tuohy was when she ran her 2 mile. Today, Tuohy is 6,158 days old (16 years, 10 months, and 8 days) whereas Cain was nearly a full month younger when she ran her 9:38.68 as she was 6,130 days old (16 years, 9 months, and 10 days). It’s also worth pointing out that Cain’s 9:38.68 2-mile came in early February — three weeks after her 9:02.10 3000 — so Tuohy could still run faster this year.

And in terms of the greatest American women’s high school distance performance at any distance, that is Efraimson’s 4:03.39 1500 from the Pre Classic in 2015. That equates to something like 8:46.25 for 3000.

QT: Amanda Eccleston said she’d recommend Tuohy do at least one year on a college team

Amanda Eccleston has been fourth in the Olympic Trials and now is a collegiate coach at Michigan, so she’s got a lot of perspective. She said she would suggest that Tuohy spend at least one year in the collegiate ranks. “I really think you should try one year. It’s a really special experience being on the team,” Eccleston said.  Eccleston understands the reasons for turning pro prior to college, but said, “You never get the chance again to run in college,” and the racing experience and team experience can be beneficial.

Brooks Beasts Get 4 x Mile Record

Brooks Beast world record 4 x mile

The Brooks Beasts team were the favorites in this race coming as they were race-fit and owned the best mile PRs, but the HOKA NJ*NY team was trying to hold on to its world record (a different set of HOKA NJ*NY runners — Donn Cabral, Ford Palmer, Graham Crawford and Kyle Merber — set the record in 2017) and put up a brave fight.

A rabbit took the field through 800m and then Brooks Beasts runner David Ribich took the lead, but he was stalked by Jesse Garn of HOKA. They would remain that way until the final turn of the first leg, when Garn kicked by Ribich to hand off in the lead in roughly 4:04.0.

The second leg was Henry Wynne of the Beasts vs Travis Mahoney of NJ*NY and Wynne would hand off just ahead of Mahoney in 8:07.5. Both teams would need to pick it up the second half of the race to get the world record.

Brannon Kidder of the Beasts and Rob Napolitano of NJ*NY were up for the challenge on the third leg and they both would go sub-4 on their legs (with the fastest splits on the day) to put the world record in reach. Kidder handed off just in front of Napolitano in 12:05.1 (that’s a 3:57.6 split if you are counting).

Barring a disaster on the final leg, the record was nearly certain to fall. It was Izaic Yorks with a 3:53.4 mile PR taking on the less credentialed Ryan Manahan (3:58.57 PB dating to way back in 2013 when he was at Georgetown). Manahan did his best to stay with Yorks on the big stage, but with 800m to go Yorks began to pull ahead. Manahan would totally crack with 400m to go and fade to 16:16.05 so Yorks was just racing the clock the final 400. Yorks went 28.94 and 29.78 to get the record at 16:03.68 (3:58.6 split).

Unofficial leading splits: 4:04,0 8:07.5 (4:03.5), 12:05.1 (3:57.6), 16:03.7 (3:58.6).

Men 4x1609 Meter Relay Invitational
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    School                                               Finals 
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  1 Brooks  'A'                                       X16:03.68  
          6.177 (6.177)    37.568 (31.391)  1:08.052 (30.485)  1:37.492 (29.440)
      2:07.163 (29.672)  2:37.941 (30.778)  3:09.023 (31.083)  3:38.969 (29.946)
      4:08.282 (29.313)  4:36.851 (28.570)  5:07.193 (30.343)  5:38.152 (30.960)
      6:09.029 (30.877)  6:39.899 (30.870)  7:11.384 (31.485)  7:41.526 (30.142)
      8:09.638 (28.113)  8:37.450 (27.812)  9:07.148 (29.699)  9:37.679 (30.531)
     10:08.372 (30.693) 10:39.137 (30.766) 11:08.864 (29.727) 11:37.382 (28.519)
     12:06.510 (29.128) 12:36.670 (30.160) 13:08.572 (31.902) 13:38.692 (30.120)
     14:07.765 (29.074) 14:36.239 (28.475) 15:04.967 (28.728) 15:33.901 (28.935)
  2 HOKA NJNYTC  'A'                                  X16:16.05  
          6.362 (6.362)    37.785 (31.423)  1:08.307 (30.522)  1:37.787 (29.480)
      2:07.472 (29.686)  2:38.202 (30.730)  3:09.327 (31.125)  3:39.195 (29.869)
      4:07.927 (28.733)  4:36.539 (28.612)  5:06.921 (30.382)  5:37.843 (30.923)
      6:08.708 (30.865)  6:39.990 (31.282)  7:11.593 (31.604)  7:41.747 (30.155)
      8:10.142 (28.395)  8:37.674 (27.532)  9:07.368 (29.695)  9:37.892 (30.525)
     10:08.599 (30.707) 10:39.357 (30.759) 11:09.075 (29.718) 11:37.580 (28.505)
     12:06.621 (29.041) 12:36.842 (30.222) 13:08.783 (31.941) 13:38.915 (30.132)
     14:07.968 (29.054) 14:36.447 (28.480) 15:05.641 (29.194) 15:38.732 (33.092)
  3 Villanova  'A'                                    X16:31.60  
          6.263 (6.263)    37.960 (31.697)  1:08.612 (30.652)  1:38.332 (29.720)
      2:08.012 (29.680)  2:38.505 (30.494)  3:09.602 (31.098)  3:39.652 (30.050)
      4:10.083 (30.431)  4:38.383 (28.300)  5:08.576 (30.193)  5:39.592 (31.017)
      6:10.594 (31.002)  6:41.582 (30.988)  7:12.563 (30.982)  7:43.021 (30.458)
      8:12.172 (29.151)  8:41.417 (29.245)  9:11.208 (29.792)  9:41.468 (30.260)
     10:12.093 (30.625) 10:42.700 (30.607) 11:13.232 (30.533) 11:44.100 (30.868)
     12:15.952 (31.852) 12:46.081 (30.130) 13:17.688 (31.608) 13:48.921 (31.233)
     14:19.974 (31.054) 14:51.013 (31.040) 15:22.897 (31.885) 15:56.215 (33.318)
  4 Duke  'A'                                         X16:58.57  
          6.115 (6.115)    37.980 (31.865)  1:08.504 (30.525)  1:38.093 (29.590)
      2:08.247 (30.155)  2:39.276 (31.029)  3:12.142 (32.867)  3:45.149 (33.007)
      4:16.205 (31.056)  4:45.308 (29.104)  5:16.377 (31.069)  5:48.429 (32.053)
      6:20.756 (32.327)  6:52.821 (32.065)  7:24.777 (31.957)  7:57.542 (32.765)
      8:28.561 (31.019)  8:56.634 (28.074)  9:27.234 (30.600)  9:58.827 (31.594)
     10:31.467 (32.640) 11:04.114 (32.648) 11:36.252 (32.139) 12:08.779 (32.527)
     12:41.032 (32.254) 13:11.581 (30.549) 13:42.756 (31.175) 14:15.049 (32.294)
     14:47.937 (32.888) 15:20.591 (32.655) 15:54.472 (33.882) 16:27.457 (32.985)
 -- Columbia  'A'                                          XDNF  
          5.942 (5.942)    37.268 (31.327)  1:07.576 (30.308)  1:36.807 (29.231)

Beasts Team Is Glad to Have a Record Reflect the Work They’ve Been Doing

The Beasts team was confident they could get the record and they delivered the goods. The team was quick to credit coach Danny Mackey for planting it in their minds to target the record. Leadoff leg David Ribich said he’s been getting his butt kicked in some of the speed workouts and said, “I knew as long as my leg went well, we would get it.”

Henry Wynne said, “We’re building something at Brooks. This is a starting block for what we want to accomplish this year. We want to show people what we can do. We’ve been training amazingly…. We’re trying to make teams and win medals.”

The team noted Drew Windle, who earned world indoor 800m silver last year, is the standard bearer for the group.

While it’s hard to be disappointed with a world record, a second goal for the Brooks team was to go sub-16. They came up just short, but said they can come back and try to go sub-16. Speaking of trying to go sub-16, we ran into legendary HOKA NJ*NY coach Frank Gagliano after the meet on the street. He said our sport needs more races like the 4 x mile and needs more teams taking part. All the top clubs in America should square off in a 4 x mile.

Other Action:

Craig Engels Looks Good in 1000, Robby Andrew Back from Lyme Disease

Men 1000 Meter Run Invitational
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    Name                    Year School                  Finals 
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  1 Engels, Craig                Nike Oregon           X2:18.98  
        27.568 (27.568)    55.803 (28.235)  1:24.437 (28.635)  1:52.411 (27.975)
      2:18.978 (26.567)
  2 Gregorek, Johnny             Asics                 X2:19.78  
        27.435 (27.435)    55.636 (28.202)  1:24.296 (28.660)  1:52.651 (28.356)
      2:19.779 (27.128)
  3 Prince, Quamel               District Tra          X2:20.05  
        27.992 (27.992)    56.291 (28.300)  1:25.155 (28.864)  1:52.855 (27.700)
      2:20.045 (27.190)
  4 Andrews, Robby               adidas                X2:21.28  
        27.765 (27.765)    56.179 (28.415)  1:24.947 (28.769)  1:53.612 (28.665)
      2:21.275 (27.663)
  5 Hernandez, Jeremy            Hoka NJNY             X2:21.79  
        28.247 (28.247)    56.564 (28.317)  1:25.201 (28.637)  1:53.196 (27.995)
      2:21.781 (28.585)
  6 Sauer, Alek               SR Columbia              X2:22.14  
        27.716 (27.716)    55.980 (28.264)  1:24.668 (28.689)  1:52.896 (28.228)
      2:22.134 (29.239)
  7 Lasater, Brandon             Atlanta TC            X2:22.35  
        28.251 (28.251)    56.824 (28.574)  1:25.522 (28.699)  1:53.848 (28.326)
      2:22.348 (28.500)
  8 Palumbo, Victor              CPTC New Bal          X2:24.36  
        28.436 (28.436)    56.997 (28.561)  1:25.701 (28.705)  1:54.086 (28.385)
      2:24.358 (30.272)
 -- Kopanas, Vasilis          SO Columbia                  XDNF  
        25.946 (25.946)    54.942 (28.996)

Engels took the lead from Johnny Gregorek before the bell and powered to the win. Afterwards, he said his training is going well and he’s up for targeting a sub-3:50 mile at Millrose, where he will face Yomif Kejelcha and Edward Cheserek. Engels said if you’re trying to go sub-3:50, the world record isn’t that far off (3:48.45). Engels also clarified that when he said yesterday he didn’t want to race Kejelcha, he was talking more about in the 5,000m. He looks forward to racing him in the mile.

Former USATF champ Robby Andrews was pleased to beat his high school PR in this one. He said he started suffering from Lyme disease last year and it has been a tough road back but he feels healthy again finally.

Ajee’ Wilson Opens With Win

Women 600 Meter Run Invitational
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    Name                    Year School                  Finals 
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  1 Wilson, Ajee                 adidas                X1:25.91  
        26.530 (26.530)    55.863 (29.334)  1:25.902 (30.039)
  2 Baker, Olivia                USA                   X1:26.75  
        26.783 (26.783)    56.073 (29.290)  1:26.748 (30.676)
  3 Barowski, Cecilia            Hoka NJNY             X1:27.71  
        27.530 (27.530)    56.881 (29.351)  1:27.703 (30.822)
  4 Williams, Chrishuna          Nike                  X1:27.93  
        27.122 (27.122)    56.273 (29.152)  1:27.928 (31.655)
  5 Price, Madeline              Canada                X1:28.54  
        27.300 (27.300)    56.577 (29.277)  1:28.538 (31.962)
  6 Kosichenko, Olga             CPTC New Bal          X1:31.33  
        28.100 (28.100)    57.955 (29.855)  1:31.326 (33.371)

Ajee’ Wilson’s year could culminate with a gold medal at 800m this year and she started if off with a win.

Converting 600s to 800s isn’t the easiest thing to do as they are so rarely run, but John Kellogg uses a 1.41 formula between the two distances, meaning Wilson’s run today is equivalent to a 2:01.14.

Wilson will run 800s the next two weeks and said she tries not to get too caught up in what is happening with Caster Semenya‘s racing status.

Natoya Goule Wins 1000

Women 1000 Meter Run Invitational
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    Name                    Year School                  Finals 
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  1 Goule, Natoya                adidas                X2:37.55  
        31.092 (31.092)  1:02.493 (31.401)  1:33.945 (31.453)  2:05.519 (31.574)
      2:37.545 (32.027)
  2 Roesler, Laura               Nike                  X2:38.11  
        31.352 (31.352)  1:03.696 (32.345)  1:36.045 (32.350)  2:07.790 (31.745)
      2:38.103 (30.313)
  3 Saunders, Claudia            District Tra          X2:38.95  
        31.664 (31.664)  1:03.988 (32.324)  1:36.413 (32.425)  2:08.028 (31.615)
      2:38.950 (30.923)
  4 Osika, Shannon               Nike                  X2:40.16  
        31.560 (31.560)  1:03.917 (32.357)  1:36.310 (32.394)  2:07.834 (31.524)
      2:40.157 (32.324)
  5 Westaway, Jenna              Guelph                X2:40.61  
        31.412 (31.412)  1:03.750 (32.339)  1:36.155 (32.405)  2:07.904 (31.750)
      2:40.601 (32.697)
  6 Piccirillo, Angel            Juventus              X2:41.41  
        31.794 (31.794)  1:04.159 (32.366)  1:36.544 (32.385)  2:08.789 (32.246)
      2:41.404 (32.615)
  7 Schappert, Stephanie         Hoka NJNY             X2:42.97  
        32.015 (32.015)  1:04.422 (32.407)  1:36.801 (32.380)  2:09.326 (32.525)
      2:42.961 (33.635)
  8 Cleirigh- Buttner, Siofr     Ireland               X2:43.41  
        31.806 (31.806)  1:04.324 (32.519)  1:36.862 (32.538)  2:09.674 (32.813)
      2:43.404 (33.730)
  9 Iyevbele, Kenyetta           Hoka NJNY             X2:46.67  
        31.986 (31.986)  1:04.569 (32.583)  1:37.221 (32.653)  2:10.397 (33.176)
      2:46.663 (36.266)
 -- Williams, Chrishuna          Nike                      XDNF  
        30.755 (30.755)  1:02.233 (31.478)

Wilson wasn’t the only fast 800m runner at Norb Sander as 1:56.15 800m runner Goule was in the 1000. She held off Laura Roesler for the win. Goule credited a more professional approach with helping her go from 1:59.38 to 1:56.15 last year.

Roesler, who ran 1:59.04 way back in 2014, said she is finally back healthy and able to train in spikes for the first time so she expects to be in the 800 mix in the US this year.

Ben Flanagan Keeps it Hot in 2019 with a Huge PR

Men 3000 Meter Run Invitational
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    Name                    Year School                  Finals 
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  1 Flanagan, Ben                Reebok Bosto          X7:48.80  
        31.501 (31.501)  1:03.844 (32.343)  1:36.330 (32.487)  2:09.023 (32.693)
      2:40.934 (31.911)  3:13.129 (32.196)  3:45.084 (31.955)  4:16.622 (31.538)
      4:47.248 (30.626)  5:18.494 (31.247)  5:49.599 (31.105)  6:20.216 (30.618)
      6:50.581 (30.365)  7:20.565 (29.985)  7:48.793 (28.228)
  2 Parsons, Sam                 adidas                X7:49.16  
        31.043 (31.043)  1:02.884 (31.842)  1:35.499 (32.615)  2:08.059 (32.560)
      2:39.914 (31.856)  3:12.317 (32.403)  3:43.987 (31.670)  4:15.178 (31.191)
      4:46.314 (31.137)  5:17.931 (31.617)  5:49.644 (31.713)  6:20.405 (30.762)
      6:50.781 (30.376)  7:20.357 (29.576)  7:49.156 (28.800)
  3 Mann, Jordan                 Ocean State           X7:50.93  
        31.319 (31.319)  1:03.403 (32.085)  1:36.004 (32.601)  2:08.498 (32.495)
      2:40.423 (31.925)  3:12.744 (32.322)  3:44.843 (32.099)  4:16.123 (31.280)
      4:47.025 (30.903)  5:18.309 (31.285)  5:49.414 (31.105)  6:20.019 (30.605)
      6:50.716 (30.698)  7:20.829 (30.113)  7:50.923 (30.095)
  4 Thomson, Jacob               BAA                   X7:51.80  
        31.192 (31.192)  1:03.114 (31.922)  1:35.759 (32.645)  2:08.273 (32.515)
      2:40.166 (31.894)  3:12.615 (32.450)  3:44.450 (31.835)  4:15.654 (31.204)
      4:46.706 (31.053)  5:18.110 (31.405)  5:48.697 (30.587)  6:19.553 (30.856)
      6:50.297 (30.745)  7:20.914 (30.617)  7:51.798 (30.885)
  5 Atkin, Sam                   Great Britai          X7:52.13  
        31.447 (31.447)  1:03.636 (32.190)  1:36.131 (32.495)  2:08.734 (32.604)
      2:40.724 (31.990)  3:12.839 (32.115)  3:44.615 (31.777)  4:15.888 (31.273)
      4:46.764 (30.877)  5:17.889 (31.125)  5:49.260 (31.372)  6:20.544 (31.285)
      6:52.171 (31.627)  7:22.738 (30.567)  7:52.129 (29.392)
  6 Gidabuday, Sydney            Adams State           X7:54.77  
        31.769 (31.769)  1:04.437 (32.669)  1:36.806 (32.370)  2:08.702 (31.896)
      2:40.523 (31.821)  3:12.531 (32.009)  3:44.215 (31.685)  4:15.412 (31.197)
      4:46.490 (31.079)  5:17.677 (31.187)  5:48.932 (31.255)  6:19.777 (30.845)
      6:50.515 (30.739)  7:21.158 (30.643)  7:54.767 (33.610)
  7 Crawford, Graham             Hoka NJNY             X7:56.35  
        31.625 (31.625)  1:04.102 (32.477)  1:36.534 (32.432)  2:09.281 (32.748)
      2:41.165 (31.885)  3:13.119 (31.955)  3:44.931 (31.812)  4:16.381 (31.450)
      4:47.489 (31.109)  5:18.755 (31.266)  5:50.228 (31.473)  6:21.359 (31.131)
      6:53.064 (31.706)  7:24.824 (31.760)  7:56.342 (31.519)
  8 Oakley, Julian               Ocean State           X7:56.50  
        30.810 (30.810)  1:02.484 (31.674)  1:35.059 (32.575)  2:07.590 (32.532)
      2:39.414 (31.825)  3:12.216 (32.802)  3:45.034 (32.819)  4:17.050 (32.016)
      4:48.469 (31.419)  5:19.385 (30.917)  5:50.041 (30.656)  6:20.780 (30.740)
      6:51.803 (31.023)  7:23.904 (32.101)  7:56.499 (32.596)
  9 Thies, Jeff                  adidas                X8:02.18  
        32.138 (32.138)  1:04.674 (32.536)  1:37.091 (32.418)  2:09.542 (32.451)
      2:41.640 (32.099)  3:13.514 (31.875)  3:45.475 (31.961)  4:17.118 (31.643)
      4:48.662 (31.545)  5:20.959 (32.298)  5:53.579 (32.620)  6:26.430 (32.851)
      6:59.630 (33.200)  7:32.290 (32.660)  8:02.171 (29.881)
 10 Winter, Connor               adidas                X8:02.49  
        32.375 (32.375)  1:04.986 (32.611)  1:37.322 (32.336)  2:09.779 (32.458)
      2:41.902 (32.123)  3:13.793 (31.891)  3:45.723 (31.930)  4:17.787 (32.065)
      4:49.474 (31.688)  5:21.284 (31.810)  5:52.891 (31.607)  6:25.291 (32.400)
      6:57.747 (32.456)  7:30.443 (32.696)  8:02.482 (32.040)
 11 Updike, Isaac                Hoka NJNY             X8:03.42  
        31.794 (31.794)  1:04.284 (32.490)  1:36.624 (32.341)  2:09.361 (32.737)
      2:41.369 (32.009)  3:13.344 (31.975)  3:45.293 (31.950)  4:16.796 (31.504)
      4:47.929 (31.133)  5:19.018 (31.090)  5:50.554 (31.536)  6:21.902 (31.349)
      6:54.227 (32.325)  7:27.800 (33.574)  8:03.411 (35.611)
 12 Campbell, Kemoy              Reebok Bosto          X8:04.02  
        30.967 (30.967)  1:02.664 (31.698)  1:35.258 (32.594)  2:07.804 (32.547)
      2:39.661 (31.857)  3:12.412 (32.751)  3:44.789 (32.378)  4:17.232 (32.443)
      4:50.040 (32.809)  5:22.906 (32.866)  5:55.502 (32.596)  6:27.566 (32.065)
      7:00.219 (32.654)  7:32.512 (32.293)  8:04.020 (31.509)
 13 Santana, Alfredo             GSTC NB               X8:14.40  
        31.967 (31.967)  1:03.989 (32.022)  1:36.378 (32.390)  2:09.109 (32.731)
      2:40.871 (31.763)  3:12.971 (32.100)  3:45.240 (32.270)  4:17.307 (32.067)
      4:49.200 (31.894)  5:21.754 (32.555)  5:55.530 (33.776)  6:29.508 (33.978)
      7:04.585 (35.078)  7:39.723 (35.138)  8:14.395 (34.673)
 -- Leet, Michael                Hoka NJNY                 XDNF  
        30.118 (30.118)  1:01.901 (31.784)  1:34.799 (32.899)  2:07.232 (32.433)
      2:39.179 (31.948)

Ben Flanagan had a tremendous 2018. He won the NCAA 10,000m, then broke 4 for the first time, won the Falmouth Road Race, and turned a few heads. Now part of Chris Fox’s new Reebok group, he showed that 2018 wasn’t a fluke as he lowered his 3k pr from 8:04.12 to 7:48.80 and got the win over Sam Parsons. Flanagan, who only has a 5k pr of 13:48, is now focused on making the Worlds teams and that means running sub-27:40 at 10k. He’s confident he can run faster.

Joe Kovacs and his Diet

Joe Kovacs turned out heads yesterday by revealing he eats a dozen eggs for breakfast nearly every day. Today he won the shot put as he prepares for Millrose and said on meet days he doesn’t eat nearly as much for breakfast. And he posed with miler Engels.

Women 1 Mile Run Invitational
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    Name                    Year School                  Finals 
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  1 Hutchinson, Nicole        SR Villanova             X4:33.47  
        35.638 (35.638)  1:08.411 (32.774)  1:42.510 (34.100)  2:17.401 (34.891)
      2:52.220 (34.820)  3:27.138 (34.918)  4:00.666 (33.529)  4:33.467 (32.801)
  2 Nelson, Karisa               Samford Univ          X4:34.81  
        35.260 (35.260)  1:07.931 (32.671)  1:41.300 (33.370)  2:16.497 (35.197)
      2:52.094 (35.597)  3:26.840 (34.747)  4:00.926 (34.086)  4:34.802 (33.876)
  3 Aragon, Dani                 Hoka NJNY             X4:34.87  
        36.115 (36.115)  1:09.126 (33.012)  1:43.180 (34.055)  2:17.556 (34.376)
      2:52.199 (34.643)  3:26.664 (34.465)  4:00.271 (33.608)  4:34.869 (34.598)
  4 Farber, Lianne               New Balance           X4:38.12  
        36.317 (36.317)  1:10.754 (34.437)  1:45.667 (34.914)  2:20.610 (34.944)
      2:55.506 (34.896)  3:30.115 (34.609)  4:04.445 (34.331)  4:38.115 (33.670)
  5 Morrissey, Jamie             Hoka NJNY             X4:38.36  
        36.084 (36.084)  1:09.315 (33.231)  1:43.693 (34.379)  2:18.960 (35.268)
      2:54.213 (35.253)  3:29.818 (35.605)  4:05.263 (35.445)  4:38.356 (33.094)
  6 Ayers, Katelyn               Guelph                X4:38.47  
        35.724 (35.724)  1:08.908 (33.185)  1:43.023 (34.115)  2:17.850 (34.827)
      2:52.715 (34.866)  3:28.333 (35.618)  4:03.877 (35.545)  4:38.464 (34.587)
  7 Shields, Anna                Point Park U          X4:39.74  
        35.931 (35.931)  1:09.150 (33.220)  1:43.010 (33.860)  2:17.376 (34.366)
      2:52.529 (35.153)  3:27.700 (35.171)  4:03.093 (35.394)  4:39.736 (36.644)
  8 Paquette, Lauren             USA                   X4:41.15  
        36.423 (36.423)  1:09.807 (33.385)  1:44.153 (34.346)  2:19.245 (35.093)
      2:55.028 (35.783)  3:30.868 (35.840)  4:06.615 (35.747)  4:41.144 (34.530)
  9 Wilson, Heather              Hoka NJNY             X4:46.26  
        36.583 (36.583)  1:10.505 (33.923)  1:45.012 (34.507)  2:20.794 (35.782)
      2:56.850 (36.056)  3:33.407 (36.558)  4:10.022 (36.615)  4:46.258 (36.236)
 10 McArthur, Rachel          SO Villanova             X4:49.18  
        36.000 (36.000)  1:09.042 (33.042)  1:43.835 (34.794)  2:19.896 (36.061)
      2:56.527 (36.631)  3:33.610 (37.083)  4:11.028 (37.419)  4:49.178 (38.150)
 -- Mansy, Megan                 Hoka NJNY                 XDNF  
        34.979 (34.979)  1:07.705 (32.726)  1:41.072 (33.368)  2:16.219 (35.147)

*Full meet results here

 

 


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