- DyeStatCal coverage with complete
results - 123 DyeStat Elite
USR stands in 1600 Sprint
Medley after 5-hour DQ tug of war
Wilson Long Beach CA girls 3:53.28 break national record,
lose it to jewelry DQ, win it back on Games Committee ruling. Ashley
Freeman's 2:09.2 800m anchor keys the time, with Wilson winning
by 25 seconds. William Penn PA's 1997 team held the old 3record
Allyson Felix 11.24 +2.7 100m - Kira Costa
13-1.75 PV - Poly Long Beach girls 45.36 4x100
and 9:06 4x800 (Wilson Long Beach 9:13.77) - Poly Long Beach
boys 7:52.19 4x800 and 41.99 4x100 (anchor Derrick Jones
comes from third over Taft and University City). Mohammed
Trafeh doubles 3:53.78 1500m and 8:32.55 3000m. Claire
Rethmeier 4:34.96 1500m. Jasmine Lee 53.98.
Mario Cobian 1:54.30. Kelly McCann 2:12.51.
Sparkling double for Sparkle Anderson 19-0.5 -2.1
and 40-4.5 +2.9.
Kimani, 4-time NCAA champion distance runner,
collapsed Wednesday April 16 in his University of Alabama
dining hall and died. Ricky Quintana remembers
photo by Mike Leary at the SEC cross country championships
Arquilla, a coach of the powerful Wilson Long Beach
CA team, has incurable cancer and has been told he has one month
to live. He attended Wednesday's Moore League matchup with Poly
Long Beach in a wheel chair. DyeStatCal
photos - Kirby
that Arcadia 3200
Ramblings on the best 3200 ever
- Solinsky was king, but everyone was a winner - lap by lap recap
- what they said after - former champs Jeff Nelson and Thom Hunt
misses record attempt
Eagle ID sr Donovan Kilmartin's planned attempt for a new
decathlon record was aborted due to illness (stomach flu)
Wednesday. Kilmartin had been entered in the Mt. SAC Relays
multi-events Wednesday and Thursday at Azusa Pacific College..The
versatile athlete already owns the US junior record of 7440
points. He would have tried for the record with international
implements (7359 Craig Brigham, South Eugene OR 1972), one
of the oldest records in Jack Shepard's HIGH
SCHOOL TRACK annual. Kilmartin may stay in California
to compete in the open high jump and/or pole vault at Mt.
SAC. His only other shot at the decathlon record could be
the USA Jr Nationals in June.
photo by Bill Leung
table, pix and quotes: Boys
Reid surprised a good field and himself in the 1600.
- photo by John Dye
around the country and highlights from the states
alphabetical by state
Paul Cross 1:49.27
800m in U. of Miami Gatorade Classic.
Steve Magness 4:01.58 1600m in Texas
47.11 at Taco Bell in South Carolina.
loses, out with stress fracture in Pennsylvania.
10:32.67 3200m at Missoula MT Invitational.
opened her outdoor campaign with 10:38.5 2-mile in MA
takes US lead in shotput at Pony Relays in Minnesota
Ponteen double in Maryland
saturation coverage of the Golden State by Doug Speck
and Rich Gonzalez
Arcadia CA April 11-12
the Lights Go On, the Stars Come Out!
19 US records, 79 Olympians
in first 35 years
performances qualifying for DyeStat Elite top 100 national
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night Invitational complete results
on-site coverage by John Dye and Ricky Quintana
night - Invitational Division
This is where the nation's elite accept
California's challenge. Some leave on Sunday chanting,
"We came, we saw, we conquered." Others go
back home vanquished by the throng of talented Golden
State athletes. We
have the whole story of Arcadia, in words and images.
Some of what happened when the stars came out
the Rocket blasts again, Chris Solinsky dominates
perhaps the best 3200 ever.. the X-man, Xavier
Carter wins first 100-200-400 triple in 37 years of
Arcadia. Allyson Felix, older and faster.
Poly Long Beach relays rack up wins
in all three sessions, with the girls 4x100 the 2nd
fastest team and 3rd fastest time ever. Megan
Kaltenbach threepeats. Trotter twins
mete out slow death in 4x1600 and 1600.
Ashlee Brown rules the hurdles. - Magic
Man Mike Morrison doubles 7-3 and 24-3.5. Amy
Menlove wins LJ on last jump. PowerZinger
Steve Huntzinger wins SP on last throw.
Mountain View UT Heidi's go 1-3 in 800.
Billie Jo Grant 178-8, discus record must wait
another meet. Super soph Brittany Daniels
42-0 TJ. another Arrhenius in discus
(206-6).. . . and much, much more. Complete
Invitational Results - Winner's Table and
- Girls |
sprint medley and shuttle hurdle marks are
shattered by Poly Long Beach and J.W. North, Riverside
Things Happen to Those That Stay With the Program
story of Utah’s Amy Menlove, Arcadia long jump champion
by Van Phillips
Apr 12 at U. of Miami FL
Cross saves money and finds competition right
at home, instead of travelling to California or Arkansas meets.
Cross outkicked college runners including Christian Smith
of Kansas State to win in 1:49.27, second fastest ever for
a Florida prep.
week by Anthony Bozarth
Morgan Bonds and Trisa Nickoley
trade wins at Woodman Classic.
Apr 12 at Morgan State U., Baltimore
Ponteen double, fast 400H times
- Anthony Wiseman 10.53 100m (Robert Woodard
10.55). Robert Woodard 21.21 200m. Randy
Lee 48.16 400m. Adam Durham 53.62
400H. Michael Whitehead 48-6.
Girls - Kandis Worthington
11.71 100m. Tiandra Ponteen 23.59 200m (Juanita
Broaddus 23.97) and 55.49. Nicole Leach 59.15
400H (Christina Smith 59.33). West Catholic PA 3:52.41
4x400. Toni Aluko 5-9 HJ.
Bromfield sr Ari
Lambie opened her outdoor season with a 10:38.5
2-mile, splitting 5:38 and 5:00 and winning by 1:44.
Apr 12 at Stillwater MN
Mounds View MN jr Nate
Englin won the shot put with a throw of 65-6,
a Minnesota state record and US#1 this season.
Nelson won the 3200 in 10:32.7, splitting
1:13, 1:20, 1:22, 1:20. 1:20, 1:20, 1:19, 1:18
Honor Roll Apr 16
Gene Cherry's comprehensive lists.
Bair loses, out with stress fracture
After a surprising loss in the 800 meters at the Butler
Invitational, Shaler PA star miler Sam Bair found
that he ran the race on a stress fracture in his right foot.
PA Week by Don Rich.
Apr 11-12 at Spring Valley HS, Columbia SC
47.11. Sara Young 12-7. Aries Merritt
13.91. Chase Shealy 16-8. Doubles by Rachel
Wilson and soph Mackenzie Pierce.
- Carrollton 60. Carrollton sr Stan
Rowe 10.61 +1.3 100m. Stephenson GA jr Michael
Grant 21.23 +2.9 200m. Wheeler Marietta GA sr Reggie
Witherspoon 47.11 MR 400m. Wheeler Marietta GA sr
Aries Merritt 13.91 +3.5. Stephenson GA sr
Jeremy Burton 52.01 400H MR. Westlake
GA 41.84 4x100 MR. Carrollton GA 3:17.34
4x400 MR. Brookland-Cayce SC sr Chase Shealy 16-8
- Collins Hill 49. Collins Hill jr Courtney
Champion 11.73 +0.3 100m. Holy Trinity NY sr Shana
Cox doubles 23.63 +1.8 200m MR (Courtney Champion
24.06) and 54.99 400m. Forsyth County soph Mackenzie
Pierce doubles 4:59.01 mile MR and 2:13.70 800m MR.
Bay Shore NY soph Laura Cummings 10:58.60
3200m. Groves Savannah GA sr Rachel Wilson doubles
13.94 +2.5 100H and 1:01.38 400H MR (Lauren Tillman 1:01.74).
Collins Hill GA 47.83 4x100. Bay
Shore NY 9:17.00 4x800. Thornwell SC sr Sara
Young 12-7 PV MR. Lower Richland SC sr Deborah
Hawkins 18-7.5 LJ and 39-3.5 TJ.
Apr 18-19 at Knoxville TN - Performance
Lists - Preview
1,200 athletes from 10 states - Chase Shealy
- Cade Liverman - Carrollton GA - Dusty Miller - Brandon Winbush
- Courtney Champion - Natalie Knight - Collins Hill GA - Whitney
Marsh - Sara Young.
The pressure is on in Texas. District meets, first
of three rounds of the state championships, are underway.
Only the top 2 in each event advance to the four regionals,
where in turn the top 2 advance to the state meet in Austin
next month. There are five classes, each having 32 districts
and four regions.
The top 2 rule always sidelines top athletes in talent-rich
districts and regions. For example, the class 5A 1600
meter race in District 15 had three sub-4:10 runners:
The Woodlands jr Brian Sullivan, Klein
jr Eric Stanley, and Klein Oak sr Steve
Magness Only two could advance to the regionals.
in a stunning Texas state record 4:01.58,
with Stanley second in an unofficial 4:03.77, also better
than the old state record, and Sullivan third in 4:11.14.
Apr 12 at Lake Braddock HS
Hurdlers double: Craig Gallimore 14.15 and
37.75. Afua Amponsah 14.32 and 45.75, adding
a 12.48 100m for a triple..
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Memory Of David "Kim" Kimani
April 16, 2003
by Ricky Quintana
It is with great sadness that I read of David Kimani's
death today. I watched him run over the past few years and last
year, I had the opportunity to watch him in person as he decimated
field to win the NCAA 5k Outdoor Championships in Baton Rouge.
It was a win that I had predicted to my friend, Bruce
Kritzler, and I celebrated as he finished with a 58 second last
400m slowing in the last 15 meters to a mere jog. It was truly an
awesome performance. Through my friendship with his coach Joe Walker,
Jr., I was granted an interview prior to the SEC XC Championships
with David. He was cordial and kind. He was forthcoming and honest.
His demeanor overshadowed the intense competitor I watched compete
that June evening.
At the SEC XC Champs, he again showed what he was
capable of when he was on. Walker had said that he was in awesome
shape. He pulled away from eventual NCAA runner-up, Alistair Cragg
as though he were standing still. He did it with so much ease. One
could see he was on top of his game and knew it. Something that
was just pure beauty to watch. Afterwards, he was gracious and wore
his typical wide grin. It is a memory that will live with me forever;
the ferocious competitor and the gracious winner. A few weeks later,
I watched as David finished out of the running at the NCAA XC Championships.
Coach Walker was in disbelief. I later learned from Joe that David
had suffered a stress fracture and had run on it. The last time
I saw David run was at the Gator Invitational. Joe had said that
David was coming back from his injury and was debating whether he
would run him or wait until the following week at Iowa State. As
I sat in the announcer's perch high above in the O'Connell Center
in Gainesville, I could see David with his teammates. He was not
entered in any individual events, only the DMR. He took the baton
and with great anticipation, I announced his name over the PA. All
the achievements I could remember came bellowing out. Using his
shuffling effortless style he began to rattle out 30 second 200's.
It was something to behold. He kept going, but one could see that
he was not the same. He began to slow. Unable to maintain and far
ahead of his nearest competitor, David came home with a victory,
but his time was a sub standard 4:11 for him. He tried once more
at Iowa State the following week, but he again finished in an unDavid
like time. It was sad because that ended his season indoors and
his college career. The anticipated rematch with Alistair Cragg
and Daniel Lincoln at the SEC's was gone as was the another NCAA
Championship run. Life is very simple to me. I enjoy watching people
compete and enjoy this sport which has brought so much excitement
to me. David's performances made my life just a little bit better
and I thank him for that. Words can not express how much I will
miss seeing this great runner compete. I am in disbelief that he
is gone forever. My condolences go out to his family, wife and all
that knew him. My deepest sympathies go out to Joe Walker, who I'm
sure is reeling from the news. Walker brought "Kim" to
the United States when he was at the University of South Alabama.
They shared a strong bond that was apparent to anyone who saw them
together. "Kim" trusted Joe and spoke very highly of him.
When Joe spoke of "Kim," a wide grin would appear on his
face. "Kim" died with a wonderful string of achievements
and admirers everywhere. He lived life to his fullest and I can
only wish that he died painlessly and is in a better place now..........................................
He has to
photo by Mike Leary at the SEC championships
2003 Outdoor Cutoff Table
What will it take to be ranked in the DyeStat Elite
top 100 national rankings in the 2003 outdoor season? What did it take
to be US#1 in 2002? US#50? What did it take to win the major meets last
year? What did it take last year to be All-American (6th at the adidas
Outdoor Championships)? What will it take to get in AOC or Junior Nationals
this year? The answers are in the DyeStat
Elite cutoff table. First outdoor rankings will be posted this week.
DyeStat Elite lists 3,200 performances
Elite -- 3,200 performances from 436 meets meeting DyeStat
Elite cutoffs for top 100 national ranking with data received by March
12.. There are 10 new national leaders among 400 new marks since the last
update. March 12 update
Indoor rankings will be updated one final time during the
week of April 21.
Spier's Top 5 - separate lists for banked and oversized ovals
- March 20 update
Race Walk 2003 indoor race walk national
rankings - March 22 final
indoor - Roth's Race Walk
List 2003 indoor weight throw national
rankings - March 30 update
Eight days in June present high school athletes a crowded schedule of
Those we know of are:
13-14 adidas Outdoor Championships
14 New England Championships
14 Midwest Meet of Champions (MI, OH, WV, IN)
14 Iowa Senior Spotlight (IL, WI, NE, IA)
15 Golden West Invitational
16 Holmdel Invitational
17-18 Connecticut Multi-Events
19-21 USA Outdoor (Junior Nationals)
major meets around the
country and highlights from the states
alphabetical by state
on-site in Mobile and Austin
plus much more action around the country. Sharon Day 6-2, Billie
Jo Grant 182-2 in California. Donovan
Kilmartin 17-3.5 in Idaho. Usain (Thunder)
Bolt 20.25 and 45.35 in Jamaica.
Weather: 70 degrees, muggy, calm air, no
Invitational Division - Sat
Carter FL 45.88! US#1.
Arthur Davis AL 46.88. Reggie Witherspoon, reportedly
driving from Marietta GA today, did not make the race. Carter
doubled in the 200 later in 21.08 -0.7 to win the boys MVP
award. The junior from Palm Bay HS, Melbourne FL, who is also
a wide receiver in football, now leads the US in both events.
Brown's hurdle double in two US#1 times earned
her the girls MVP award. The J.W. North, Riverside CA star,
signed for Penn State University next year, ran 13.86 -0.3
dominate - J.W. North, Riverside won the
4x100 over Wilson
Long Beach, but Wilson won the 4x800
and 4x400 behind Ashley
Freeman's great anchors.
pole vault record falls in two meets at once
Corona del Sol jr Katie Morgan vaulted 12' 8 at
the Gilbert Invitational 4/4/03
Lake Havasu sr April Kubishta vaulted 12' 8 at
the Peoria Invitational 4/4/03
Apr 5 at Peoria AZ
View sweeps. Jessica Onyepunuka doubles. April Kubishta triples.
Boys - Prescott
sr Ben Clark 4:15.86 1600m. Mountain Pointe sr
Brandon Glenn 16-0 PV. Mountain Ridge's Jason
Perkins 179-5 DT.
Girls - Peoria
sr Jessica Onyepunuka 11.84 +1.8 100m and 24.42
+1.1 200m. Lake Havasu sr April Kubishta 12-8 PV,
15.30 +0.4 100H and 44.29 300H. Deer Valley's Janine Sandell
time top 10 performances
by Sharon Day 6-2 and Billie Jo Grant 182-2
saturation coverage of the Golden State by Doug Speck and Rich
More than 20 meets featured this week, including:
Luis Obispo County - Arroyo Grande sr Billie Jo Grant
182-2 DT US#5 all time according to Jack
Shepard's High School Track record book.
Hills Inv - Costa Mesa CA sr Sharon Day 6-2
HJ, US#9t all time and the best in 7 years (6-2.75 Erin Aldrich
1996). Also, San Clemente's Kate Hutchinson 170-9
DT US#26 all time.
Relays - Merrill West Tracy CA soph Brittany Daniels
has spectacular LJ/TJ double 19-5 and 42-7.
Mar 29 at Albany GA - (all times handheld)
Boys - Rodney
Coley, Americus 10.7h 100m and 21.8h 200m.
Girls - Miaie
Williams, Lowndes 11.6h 100m (Ashley Cousin 11.7h). Stephanie
Smith, Northeast Macon 23.7h 200m (Shequita Draper 23.8h)
and 55.9h 400m. Monroe HS 46.8h 4x100 (Northeast
Macon 47.9h) and 1:40.2h 4x200.
Honor Roll 4/9
Andrew Hudson's Peach State lists
Kilmartin maxes out PV standards
Eagle ID multi-events star had to quit at 17-3.5, best in the US
this season, because the standards would go no higher. On a rainy,
43-degree night in Idaho, Kilmartin opened at 16-0, missed once
at 16-6 before clearing on a bigger pole, and then raised the bar
to 17-3.5, the highest the standards would go, clearing on his first
attempt. He will have to wait until the Arcadia Invitational this
weekend to go higher. He is doing only the pole vault at Arcadia
and then will stay in SoCal to compete in the collegiate decathlon
at Mt. SAC next week. In the Idaho meet Friday night 4/4, Donovan
ran 14.3 in the hurdles, high jumped 6'5 (one jump and quit), and
ran a 51.3 split on the 4 x400 relay in addition to the pole vault.
(Thunder) Bolt 20.25 and 45.35
in Jamaican National Championships
Apr 2-5 at National Stadium, Kingston Jamaica
- Complete Results
This meet is a preview of Jamaican athletes who will run in the
- Usain Bolt 20.25 +1.9 200m (Jermaine Barton 21.25, Orion Nicely
21.36, Winston Hutton 21.43) and 45.35 400m. Jermaine Myers 1:50.63
800m. Akeem Smith 13.65 +3.0 110H (Simon Dickens 13.67). Camperdown
40.52 4x100 (Vere Tech 40.95, St. Georges 40.95). Kingston College
3:14.78 4x400 (Holmwood Tech 3:15.20). Carlos Mattis 51-1 TJ (Wilbert
Walker 50-6.25). Tesfa Latty 10.24 +1.1 100m. Kimani Williams 50.93
Girls - Aneisha
McLaughlin 23.19 +0.6 200m and 53.06 400m. Kerron Stewart 11.34
100m +1.1 and 23.50 -0.1 200m. Sheryl Morgan 52.69 400m and 58.20
400H (Camille Robinson 58.38, Carlene Robinson 59.69). Carlene Robinson
2:04.98 800m. Latoya 13.39 +1.4 100H (Monique Morgan 13.55). Holmwood
Tech 45.19 4x100 (Manchester 45.78, St. Jago 45.97). Holmwood Tech
3:36.72 4x400 (Vere Tech 3:39.23, Manchester 3:42.69, St. Jago 3:43.84).
Kedine Geddes 20-1.5 -1.0. Althea Duncan 41-8.75 +4.0
Week by Anthony Bozarth
Meets still plagued by wind, rain, and
Apr 5 at Woodlawn HS
Western (Baltimore) girls sweep sprint relays and
team title. Atholton sr Lindsay Grigoriev doubled
in the throws at 42-3 and 134-1. Robert Woodard doubles
in meet record times in 100/200.
Apr 5 at Walter Johnson HS
Walter Johnson girls, Middletown
Apr 5 at Bowie State University, Bowie MD
Eleanor Roosevelt sweeps.
Apr 5 at Century HS, Westminster MD
Lansdowne MD sr Glen Edwards 59-7.75 SP.
Apr 5 at Midwood HS; Brooklyn NY - 119 teams
Syosset NY boys 10:25.01
Cherry's NC Honor
latest rankings from the Tarheel state
Apr 5 at Hilliard OH
Pickerington sr Adam Kellermeyer
63-11 SP US#1.
Apr 5 at Sandy OR
Tommy Skipper, who
broke his left thumb going for the indoor pole vault record at the
Nike Indoor Championships, scored 28 points for his team anyway.
Skipper, who is hoping to be able to vault again in late May, won
the javelin (190-2) and 100 and was second in the 200.
PA Week by Don Rich
Ryan Blood and triple by Angie Saterstad
Apr 5 at Summerville SC
PV records broken - Brookland Cayce sr Chase
Shealy soared to 17-1, which was 16 inches better than
the old meet record. Aiken sr Beth Jordan raised
her own meet record one inch to 11-1. Team titles went to the Stratford
boys and Lower Richland girls. Lower Richland SC
sr Deborah Hawkins 19-0 LJ. A.C. Reynolds NC sr
Christina Hernandez doubles 43-3 SP and 141-10
DT (Precious Akins 141-3). . Reynolds NC jr Cade Liverman
gets 110/400 hurdle double in 14.62 and 56.77. Midland
Valley SC jr Courtney Thomas doubles 12.80 and
Apr 2-5 at Austin TX DyeStat
on-site coverage with Ricky Quintana
Preview | Entries
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2 | Complete Results
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| Saturday highlights
by Ricky Quintana | more action photos coming
Apr 5 at Dinwiddie HS
boys, Salem girls
Salem sr Amy Seward 18-10 LJ
Apr 4-5 at William & Mary College, Williamsburg
Doubles by Steve
Huntzinger and Jennifer Boyd
Boys - Ocean
City NJ sr John Richardson 4:18.11 mile (Mark Korich
PA 4:18.99). Robinson Fairfax VA sr Steve Huntzinger double
62-8.5 SP and 177-1 DT.
Girls - Hickory
sr Jennifer Boyd double 5:01.59 mile MR (Jessica
Fanning 5:01.64) and 10:03.64 3000m. Kellam 9:22.77
4x800. Cardinal O'Hara PA 12:35.16 DMR.
Sara Young - Thornwell SC pole vaulter (12-7) has chosen
Cole Herron - Sanger CA high jumper (7-0) has accepted
an appointment to the US Naval Academy.
Distance runners Pete Hess of Toms River North
NJ and Patrick Bailey, four-time Maryland state champ,
will run for the University of Maryland.
Darren Woods - Tacoma WA sprinter has committed to UC-Berkeley.
Chase Shealy - South Carolina pole vaulter (17-0) will
attend Arkansas State to be close to Earl Bell's pole vault camp.
Briene Simmons - Georgia 800 meter champion (2:08) will
sign with Penn State.
Meghan Braffet - Illinois distance star has chosen the
University of Maryland.
Mullen twins - Bronxville NY distance stars Caroline and Catha
Mullen will go to Princeton.
Amy Seward - Virginia state LJ/TJ champ will fly south to the
University of Miami FL.
Steve Hassen and Ryder Leary Florida
distance standouts will stay in state to run for the University of Florida
(from Ricky Quintana on RunFlorida.com)
Jennifer Boyd - Hickory VA distance star (4:56.34 mile,
10:53.40 2 mile indoors) chooses North Carolina State.
Laura Meyers - CA Div 4 cross country champion, will
travel across the continent to New York City to run for Columbia University.
Janice Davis - of Natchez MS, will give Stanford a sprinter
(11.33, 23.38, and 52.92) to go with their mighty distance corps.
Chaime Breaux - Killeen TX sprinter (6.73 US#1) and triple
jumper (48-7.75 US#3) has chosen Texas Christian.
Bobby Mack - North Forsyth Winston Salem NC miler (4:12.11 US#4
this season) will attend North Carolina State.
Rachel Umberger - Concord NH, 2:09.67 800m national champion
at Raleigh last June, has chosen Duke.
Amy Menlove - Alta UT sprint and long jump champion
will attend Brigham Young
Deyon Williams - Suitland MD sprint, hurdle, and high
jump champ has signed with Virginia.
Kelly Reynolds - Toll Gate RI hammer/weight thrower (Golden
West champion) has committed to Duke.
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