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Start Lists For 2016 Harry Jerome Track Classic On Friday In Vancouver
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2016 Iowa State Classic Live Results / Startlists / Schedule
KBC Nacht Meeting: Ben True Gets IAAF Standard As Eric Jenkins Explodes To A 13:07 And Lauren Johnson Destroys Her PR To Make Worlds On A Night Full Of Fast American Running
True ran 13:06 to seal the deal for worlds with Jenkins right behind him in a huge PR. Abbey D’Agostino PRd at 5000 as did Johnson to punch her ticket to worlds in the 1500. Other big names in action included Dejen Gebremeskel, Chris Derrick, Emily Sisson, Mary Cain, PVer Sandi Morris andLolo Jones. Check out how they did.
*MB: Ben True Runs 13:06 5000m, Eric Jenkins 13:07
Live Results and Free Stream For 2015 KBC Nacht Meeting In Heusden, Belgium
Ben True faces Olympic silver medalist Dejen Gebremeskel as he goes for the IAAF 5000 “A” standard. Chris Derrick and Eric Jenkins also racing. Lauren Johnson, Rachel Schneider go for the standard in the 1500 as they face Mary Cain andNicole Tully. Abbey D’Agostino and Emily Sisson in the 5000, Olympic bronze medalist Timothy Kitum, NCAA champ Edward Kemboi and Charles Jock in the 800.
*MB: Start list for Heusden KBC Nacht – True going for standard vs. Derrick, Jenkins, Gebremeskel
Full Results From 2015 International Meeting De Liege: Victories And PRs For Americans Alexa Efraimson And Rachel Schneider In The 800/1,500
Schneider won the 1500 in 4:07.88 while Mary Cain made big improvements on her SB with 4:09.08 in 4th. Efraimson got the 800 victory in 2:01.11. Bahrain's Abraham Rotich won the men's 800 in 1:45.81 as NCAA champion Edward Kemboi was 3rd (1:46.94).
Distance Recap: Edward Kemboi Rides The Rail To Victory In 800, Chad Noelle Kicks Best In 1,500 And Anthony Rotich Three-Peats In Steeple
Both the 800 (1:49.26) and 1,500 (3:54.96) had incredibly slow winning times due to wind on the backstretch, but that made for thrilling theater as everyone was still in contention with 200 to go in each race. As it did last year, the steeple came down to Rotich vs. Stanley Kebenei and Rotich once again prevailed by a narrow .38 margin.
Men's 800, 1500 and Steeple Prelim Recaps: The 800 Final is Loaded, The 1500 Final is Wide Open and There Are Two Big Boys In The Steeple
We recap the action and have a quote from Cristian Soratos that would make Steve Prefontaine proud.
2015 NCAA Outdoor Men's Mid-D/Steeple Preview: Cristian Soratos and Jordan Williamsz Lead A Wide-Open 1500; Anthony Rotich & Stanley Kebenei to Duel in Steeple; Will NCAA Champs Brandon McBride or Edward Kemboi Emerge In A Loaded Men's 800?
We're not sure if there will be drama in the 5 an 10ks but these races should more than make it up for it. The 800, where NCAA champs Brandon McBride and Edward Kemboi lead the way, is the deepest 800 in years at the NCAA level. Cristian Soratos vs. Jordan Williamsz is must-watch drama in the 1500 as is the Stanely Kebenei vs. Anthony Rotich battle in the steeple.
2015 Payton Jordan Men's Preview: Action Galore - True vs. Mead II, The Return of Nick Symmonds, and a Sub-4 HSer?
Track fans, this one is loaded with former NCAA stars. That's the good news. The bad news is you gotta choose, this or Mayweather - Pacquiao. More bad news, HSer Grant Fisher might go sub-4 but it won't count - unless Stanford changes from a 1,500 to a mile in the next 24 hours.
Natoya Goule (2:01.64 MR) & Edward Kemboi (1:46.05) Win Fast 800s
Natoya Goule broke the meet record and Edward Kemboi ran faster than anyone else had at NCAAs in 14 years as the 800 action was fast.
NCAA 800 Previews: Brandon McBride & Natoya Goule Shoot for Second Titles in Loaded Fields
McBride is looking to become the first man since fellow Canadian Nate Brannen ('03-'04) to repeat at NCAAs; Goule wants to regain her 2013 title after transferring from LSU to Clemson. Iowa State's Edward Kemboi (NCAA leader at 1:46.09) and Arkansas' Chrishuna Williams (2:02.95 in her first year as an 800 runner) lead the list of challengers.
Men's Mid-D/Steeple Preview: Mac Fleet And Anthony Rotich Look To Repeat; Indoor Champ Brandon McBride Favored In 800
Oregon's Mac Fleet is looking to become the first NCAA 1,500 repeat champ since Seneca Lassiter in 1998 but last year's 10,000 champ Lawi Lalang wants to end his storied NCAA career with yet a 1,500 crown. In the steeple and 800, Anthony Rotich and Brandon McBride want to continue winning.