of the week
Nicole Blood and Matt
Debole win Millrose Miles | US#1 marks by
Julene Bailey and Donovan Kilmartin in Idaho
| Washington DC championships | Ken
Sinkovitz grabs US#1 in 800 | Amy Menlove
triples in Utah | Ryan Deak 4:11.65 US#2 in
Florida | Oklahoma state meet | Mark
Jelks 21.91 US#2 in Indiana | Makeatha
Cooper 8.03 US#3 in Missouri | Josh McDougal
gets two top 10 times in college meet | Chandra
Pulliam 8.68 US#3 in North Carolina | great marks at Varsity
Classic in New York | 54-point day for Yvette
Lewis in VA districts | Alabama state
meet | Maryland regionals | Colgate
Women's Games finals
old Armory gets a new look
Donna on the Side at the New York
"My goal is to become the top miler in the world"
High school mile record holder Alan Webb met the press Thursday
afternoon in a telephone conference call in conjunction with his
race this Saturday in the New York Road Runners Club Challenge Cup
open mile at the New York Armory. Webb answered questions about
his race last week in Florida, his goals for this Saturday, and
his goals for the year. Alan
Webb press conference.
anniversary Simplot starts tonight
13-15 Pocatello ID
coverage by Rich Gonzalez
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|Allyson Felix, Natasha
Hastings, Donovan Kilmartin, Julene
Bailey, Melville Rogers, Shalonda
Solomon, Mackenzie Hill, Ashley
Freeman, Tiffany Abney, Adam Demming and
Nick Owens lead a huge cast for the 25th anniversary
Simplot. Entries include a big California delegation and top
athletes from Philadelphia, Kansas City, New York, the Northwest
and the mountain states. Felix is gunning for a 24.20 200m to
qualify for the USATF National Indoors in Boston next month.
National Rankings updates
Roth's Race Walk
- Maria Michta NY and Zach Pollinger NJ
lead February 11 lists
- Nick Owens WA and Kristen Callan NY
lead February 10 weight throw
Jim Spier's Top
5 - February
10 lists, with separate rankings for banked and flat tracks.
at the New York Armory
The high school relays at the USA Nationals
last year were a huge hit, so the Armory officials have added
high school relays (see entries below) to the big Armory Collegiate
Games this weekend in New York. High School mile record holder
Alan Webb will return to the scene of his
indoor record sub-4:00 mile to run in the New York Road Runners
Club Challenge Cup open mile at 4:45 pm Saturday.
| Home Page
| Alan Webb
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Dome Track Reborn
INDIANAPOLIS IN 2/10/03 -- The Indianapolis RCA Dome indoor
track that saw 39 still standing NCAA Division I and Division II
records was dismantled in 1999 and put in storage. Now, a coalition
of Indiana organizations led by Butler University coach Joe Franklin
have taken the 200-meter banked Mondo track out of storage and put
it to use in a temporary facility at Plainfield IN west of the Indianapolis
Airport. Several high school and college meets are being held this
season. Story of the
salvage effort. See how a "Track In a Box - some assembly
required" was transformed from 11 semi-tractor trailer loads
of equipment into a functioning indoor track.
- results, rankings, and other current news
alphabetical order by state
Feb 7-8 at Priceville AL - Results
with 27 DyeStat Elite performances listed.
Patrick 1:55.47 US#4
- Hoover soph Robert Bedsole 9:37.05 3200m.
Hillcrest's Markus Manson double: 6.64 55D
and 22-1.25 LJ. Central Tuscaloosa's Brandon Hamilton
53-1.25 SP. St. Paul's jr John Brigham
9:32.17 3200m. Scottsboro sr Daniel Nolan 7.74
55H. Scottsboro's Jeremy Protz 14-7 PV.
- McGill's Elizabeth Wancowicz double: 2:18.23
800m and 5:12.11 1600m. Auburn sr Tara Enebak
11:17.03 3200m. Mountain Brook sr Whitney Marsh 18-2
LJ. Grissom's Dominique Robinson 39-4.5 SP.
McGill-Toolen's Rhiannon Jaet 11-6 PV. Mountain
Brook HS 1:47.09 4x200. St. Paul's soph Tara
Lenn 1600/3200 double: 5:12.15 and 11:05.63. American
Christian sr Joy Griffith 1600/3200 double:
5:12.51 and 10:59.80 US#7. UMS-Wright's Edra Finley
triple: 8.77 55H, 17-6.5 LJ, and 5-2 HJ.
State coverage by Doug Speck and Rich Gonzalez
| LA Invitational preview | Arcadia Invitational news | Simplot
Games preview |
Feb 6 at the Washington DC Armory -
Results and photos
sweeps team titles - freshman Andria
Smallwood carries Ballou girls to 4-point win over
defending champion Wilson with a 300/500/1000 triple on very
slippery wooden floor in 43.14, 1:20.45, and 3:12.43. Ballou
boys recaptured the title from Wilson to make it four out
of five years for Ballou. Ballou built up a huge lead to hold
off Wilson's late charge (1-2-3 in 300m and a sweep of the
closing 4x800 and 4x400 relays). Wilson's Marco Aguilar
doubles in 38.08 300m and 1:10.74 500m.
Feb 9 at U. of Florida, Gainesville
Deak 4:11.65 and Courtney Hall 5:19.88 win HS miles
Maclay Tallahassee jr Ryan Deak broke open the race midway
and won by 8 seconds over Vanguard Ocala sr Steve Hassen.
Deak told flrunners.com: "My whole race plan was to nail
the third lap, and not worry about the fourth. Because I know
that I'm still pumping in all these miles, and (I knew) my
mileage would pay off in the last quarter and I'd be able
to hang on." It was the second fastest HS boys mile in
the country this year (Mike McGrath OR 4:10.87). In the girls
race, Bishop Kenny Jacksonville teammates Courtney Hall and
Kelly Marshall finished 1-2
Pizza All Comers
Feb 7 at Boise ID
marks by Julene Bailey and Donovan Kilmartin
Nampa Boise ID sr Julene Bailey pole vaulted
13-3 to take the lead in DyeStat Elite national rankings for
the season. Eagle ID sr Donovan Kilmartin, the
nation's leading decathlete, had another versatile evening:
24-0.5 LJ US#1, 7-1.5 HJ US#3, 8.21 60H (39-inch), and 2:05.97
Feb 8 at RCA
Dome Reborn, Plainfield IN - Results
Gary West Side sr Mark Jelks 21.91 US#2.
Lawrence Central IN sr Brandon Golder doubles
in 7.00 60D and 21-4 LJ. Cory Martin 55-7.5
Feb 7-8 at Bloomington IN
Lawrence Central Indianapolis IN jr Tori Allen
11-9.75 PV US#12.
Feb 8 at McNeese State U. - Results
Alexandria 49 wins boys. Magnet Baton
Rouge 74 wins girls. W. Feliciana LA jr Megan
Ruffin 7.25 55D. Monique Colvin,
Sterlington 5-6 HJ.
4A-3A Central - Mervo boys, Western
- Walter Johnson girls, Woodlawn
boys. Wootton sr Jared Wasser 52-10.25 SP.
- Potomac sr Fred Ballenger 55-2.75 SP.
- Poolesville girls, Middletown boys.
and District meets
Oliver Ames sr Sara Powell 5:06.76 mile.
Lincoln-Sudbury jr Lindsay Donaldson 5:07.00
mile. Bromfield sr Ari Lambie 1:41.14 600m
(1 day after Millrose). Barnstable sr Matt Clark 4:21.52
mile. Barnstable sr Stephanie Jeffers 42-0.25
SP. Marshfield jr Ashley Hubbard 40.74 300m.
Southern HS All Stars
Feb 9 at Missouri Southern University
Grandview MO sr Makeatha Cooper won the 55
meter hurdles in 8.03 (Ashleigh Keats 8.53p), third fastest
in the country this season. Julius Jiles, Kansas
City, won the boys 55H in 7.72.
Feb 7 at Madison Square Garden - Details
3.5 hours of national TV: 7-9pm Friday ESPN2 and 2-3:30 pm
Blood and Matt Debole win high school miles,
with Blood the second fastest winner since they started the
girls mile at Millrose in 1984. Fordham Prep
NY wins 4x800. Mike Morrison jumps against
the elites. Fastest 4x400 winners are Trenton Central
NJ boys and Cardinal Spellman NY
photos by Vinny Dusovic, PhotoRun
Feb 10 at the New York Armory -
Results, highlights by Jersey Guy, and 83 DyeStat Elite
Top marks: Lindsay Van
Alstine 10:42.1 3200 US#1. Lance Wigfall
47.1h 400 US#1. Tyree Suber 61-0.5
SP US#2t. Bronxville NY girls 12:07.4 DMR
US#2 (Catha Mullen 4:57.9). Willingboro NJ
girls 12:25 DMR US#5 (Okechi Ogbuikiri 2:12.3). Middletown
South girls 9:22.4 4x800 US#2. Eastern NJ
girls 3:54.4 4x400 US#7. Basil Campbell double
7.4h 55H and 22.0h 200m. Sherron Bullock 22-5
LJ. David Dennis 44-7.5 TJ. Gavin
McMahon 15-0 PV. Eastern NJ boys
10:33.0 DMR. Fatmata Fofanah 8.1h 55H. Jennifer
Jackson double 6.9h 55D and 24.5h 200m.US#6. Janelle
Wilson 57.7h 400m. Caitlin Smith 5:00.5
1600m. Cynthia Douglas 40-6.5 SP MR. Danielle
O'Reilly 11-6 PV.
Feb 8 at Madison Square Garden - Details
Top 3 in
the Colgate 1500 get their trophies in Madison Square Garden.
From left: 3rd, Angie Saterstad PA 4:46.80, 2nd,
Brittney Bynoe NJ 4:48.83, meet official Warren Ring, and
1st, Kristin Farley NY 4:42.47. Finals
Feb 5 at the New York Armory - Highlights
by Jersey Guy and Ed Grant - 40 DyeStat Elite marks
1:53.4 US#1 - Trenton Central boys,
Willingboro girls win relays - Lindsay
Rosales 12-0 PV.
Feb 9 at Syracuse University - Results
twice against college runners
Peru NY homeschooled junior runs 4:15.31 mile US#6 , finishing
1 second behind Syracuse University jr John Bitek and 4 seconds
ahead of the rest, and 2:32.15 1000m US#5.
Feb 8 at U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill - Results
Cummings Burlington NC sr Chandra Pulliam 8.68p
60H US#3 - finished fourth against college women at 8.80 in
the final - she was the fastest in the prelims.
Feb 7 at Shawnee OK - Results
Jenks sr Scott Martin 16-0 PV US#5. Depaul
Brewer, Edmond, 60-5.5 SP US#4. Edmond Santa
Fe boys, Tulsa Union girls win 5A
Feb 8 at Utah State U.
Menlove triple - Alta sr wins in 7.12 55D,
58.41 400m, and 18-11 LJ US#7. Mountain View jr Leif
Arrhenius 59-7.5 SP US#4. Davis girls.
Run - soph Kharya Brown doubles
in 7.24 55D and 42.94 300m. Potomac jr Joe Robinson
- Gar-Field sweeps. Afua Amponsah
triples in 7.34 55D, 8.24p 55H MR and 41.64 300m.
Jemissa Hess doubles in 3:02.54 1000m and
5:09.14 1600m MR. Tiffany Evans 44-9 SP MR.
Reynold Smith 44-10 TJ MR.
- Lake Braddock sweeps. Lake Braddock jr
Jessica Preko doubles in 7.25 55D and 43.53
300m. West Springfield sr Huna Husain 2:58.80
1000m MR. Robinson sr Joanna Rodgers doubles
1600/3200 in 5:15.38 and 11:32.86. Lake Braddock soph Ashley
Haislip 5-5 HJ. Lake Braddock sr Catherine
Meuhleib 41-4 SP. T.C. Williams sr Timothy
Nunn 1:08.73 500m US#5. Lake Braddock sr Craig
Gallimore 7.48 55H MR. Robinson sr Steve
Huntzinger 58-6.5 SP.
- Yvette Lewis quad 8.27
55H, 5-4 HJ, 18-6 LJ and 40-4 TJ -- plus 7.23 second in 55D
and 41.99 3rd in 300m (Virginia allows three running events
and unlimited field events). Menchville girls,
Warwick boys win team titles. Bethel sr Brandon
Mise doubles 22-3.25 LJ and 45-0.5 TJ. Bethel jr
Brittni Spruill doubles: 7.19 55D and 40.74
300m. Bethel jr Charrisse Bullock 1:18.02
500m. Phoebus sr Travis Richmond 1:07.45
500m. Warwick's Lonnie Starks 6-6 HJ.
a track fanatic with monster goals
a future Olympian for St. Kitts-Nevis
The fourth Nike Athlete of the Week awards of the 2003
indoor season go to Wheeler GA sr Reggie Witherspoon
and Eleanor Roosevelt MD sr Tiandra Ponteen,
both headed for the University of Florida next year.
Nike Athlete of
the Week index
Elite -- 1,791 performances meeting DyeStat cutoffs for
top 100 national ranking with data received by Feb 7. February
How to get ranked:
To get on the DyeStat
Elite national rankings for 2003 indoor, you have to beat the
for your event and then submit the information on the performance
Spier's Top 5 - separate lists for banked and oversized
ovals - February 10 update
Race Walk 2003 indoor race walk
national rankings - February
List 2003 indoor weight throw national
rankings - February 10 update
Golden South Classic
31 Orlando FL
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lists - all records
(national, class and age).
All the top stats for the 2002 prep season -- 50-deep outdoor
and 20-deep indoor performer lists.
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26-27, 2003 Cary NC
for 2003 Great American Cross Country Festival.
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. Golden West
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Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis will be there
This year's Nike Indoor Championships at Landover MD March 14-16 have
a new attraction which the sponsors call "the sprint clinic of the
future.". The Nike Sprint Summit clinic with Nike athletes and leading
sprint coaches will be held Friday March 14 from 7:30 to 10 pm. Admission
is free to athletes registered for NIC, $10 to others. Nine-time Olympic
gold medalist Carl Lewis heads the list of Nike athletes who will participate.
Coaches include 2004 Olympic staff member Orin Richburg; Colorado Flyers
coach Tony Wells; Houston Westbury girls coach Rose Brimmer; and Russell
Bates, Winslow Township NJ High School. “King
Carl” Lewis said he is looking forward to the Summit. “It
was a big deal to go to these kinds of meets,” he said, referring
to the Nike Indoor Championships.
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best of the week
Tech - hot times in the Blue Ridge mountains | Donovan
Kilmartin 16-6 in Idaho | Ashlee Brown 7.91
at Reno | Anna McFarlane 13-0.25 in Mass | 41 elite
marks at MA Coaches Inv | Mike McGrath 4:10.87,
Joaquin Chapa 4:12.43 run US#1-2 in mile in WA |
Mountain View UT, Amy Menlove US#1 in Utah's new Olympic
Oval | Mark Jelks 6.82 US#1 60D in Indiana
| Louisiana athletes get 32 elite marks | huge
triple for Erica McLain at Texas Tech college
meet | Georgia girls star at Tennessee State |
Adam Perkins at Kansas | Liz
Maloy 2:51.1 US#1 | Fiascanaro, Cummings, Siebert star in Suffolk
reverse alphabetical order by state
UW Husky High
Feb 2 at Dempsey Indoor, U. of Washington, Seattle (300
meter track) - Complete Results
scorcher - Lincoln OR sr Mike McGrath and
Grant Portland OR sr Joaquin Chapa produced the fastest
mile of the season, with McGrath pulling away ever so slightly in the
last 200 meters to win, 4:10.8 to 4:12.4, with negative splits (2:07 and
2:04/2:05). They both surpassed N. Forsyth NC Bobby Mack, whose 4:13.73c
at Virginia Tech Saturday was briefly the US#1 boys mile. Another US#1
mark came from the UW meet when Puyallup WA sr Adam Demmings won
the 800 in 1:54.0. Stadium Tacoma WA sr Darren Woods,
who is US#1 in the 400 (48.02) ran the 300 this week in 34.19, US#2 behind
Reggie Witherspoon's 33.31 at Virginia Tech. Seattle Academy WA sr Audrea
Nolan 11-6 PV. Inglemoor WA sr Carson Schmiett
won the 400 in 49.45. Arlington WA sr McKane Lee 15-11.75
PV US#5. Sherena Smith 19-2.75 LJ US#4. Anthony
Brown triples in 7.04 60D, 22.32 200m US#9, and 8.17 60H US#7.
Benson OR sr Brandi Probasco-Canda 40.94 300m. Benson
OR sr Deborah Jones 57.68 400m.
Feb 1 at Utah Olympic Oval, Kearns UT (442 meter track)
- 17 DyeStat Elite marks
facility produces top times, including US#1's by Amy Menlove 7.50 and
Mountain View girls 9:19.97
Boys - Taylorsville
jr Sok Nhim 6.97 60D US#3. Mountain View sr Nate
Houle 1:56.21 800m US#4.
Girls - Alta UT
sr Amy Menlove 7.50 60D US#1t. Orem sr Amber
Harper doubles in 5:10.7 1600m and 11:15.54 3200m. Taylorsville
soph Shawnee Slade 18-3 LJ.
- Deep Creek boys and girls run away with team titles.
Boys - Deep Creek
jr Antwain Carey 6.46 55D. Deep Creek jr Travis
Stallings 1:07.84 500m. Great Bridge jr Brian Webb 14-6
PV. Great Bridge jr James Nixon 57-6.25 SP. Deep
Creek 1:29.51 4x200 US#3.
Girls - Western
Branch jr Tosin Oluwole 7.14 55D. Western Branch sr Leslie
Treherne 40.31. Deep Creek jr Brandi Kellam 1:18.84
500m. Hickory sr Jennifer Boyd 5:13.47 1600m. Western
Branch 4:03.87 4x400. Deep Creek jr Chante Sessoms 17-8
LJ. Deep Creek Courtney Edmonds 39-5.25 SP. Western
Branch 1:42.38 4x200.
Feb 2 at Tennessee State University - Results
Georgia girls romp at
Chamblee GA sr Mary Ann Erigha won the
200 in 25.32 and was second in the 55D in 7.09 US#8. Lauren Burns
won the 300 in 40.43 and was 4th in the 55D in 7.24p. Briene
Simmons won the 600 in 1:35.33 US#8 (Brittney Hall, Atlanta TC,
second in 1:38.87). Burns, Simmons, Joy McDonald, and Lauren Tillman formed
the Georgia Elite relay, which placed 3rd in the 4x400 at 3:53.00. Holly
Smith, Atlanta TC, was third in the 55D at 7.20.
Feb 1 at Texas Tech University - Results
for Erica McLain - Plano East TX junior wins LJ (19-7.5),
TJ (42-4.75) and 55 hurdles (8.11) against college competition. Long and
triple jumps are best in the country this season and the hurdles time
is US#6t in only her second try at the hurdles. Also, Plano TX jr Richard
Crawford 6.51 55D and 21-9 LJ in his first meet of the year.
Jan 31-Feb 1 at Penn State University - Glasgow DE sr Kamilah
Salaam 7.56 60D and 8.77p 60H, both US#4 high school
marks, placing 4th and 5th against college runners.
Feb 1 Report - Details
Fast girls DMR at Lehigh
- Hatboro-Horsham 12:23.9 US#3 and St. Hubert's 12:26.7 US#4. Andrew
Johnson, North Hills, 6.2h 55D in second week back in TSTCA meet
at Robert Morris.
Feb 2 at RPI, Troy NY - Results
Liz Maloy 2:51.1 1000m
US#1 - Holy Names NY senior edges Saratoga freshman Nicole
Blood 2:53.6 US#4 on a 9 laps to the mile square track.
Feb 5 at the New York Armory - Highlights
by Jersey Guy and Ed Grant - 40 DyeStat Elite marks
1:53.4 US#1 - Trenton Central boys, Willingboro
girls win relays - Lindsay Rosales 12-0 PV.
Feb 4-6 at Suffolk CC West - Results
with 21 DyeStat Elite performances
Boys - Commack
jr Kyle Fiasconaro 2:32.38 1000m US#6. Northport soph
Kevin Tschirhart doubles 1600/3200 in leisurely 4:31.93
and 9:57.24. Bay Shore sr Jamal Wilson 22-0.5 LJ. Middle
Country sr Chris Durkin 53-3.5 SP. Central Islip seniors
are close 1-2 in TJ: Estee Harris 40-2.25 and Demetrious
Girls - Bay Shore
soph Laura Cummings doubles in 10:11.83 3000m and 4:48.18
1500m. Bayshore girls win 4x800 in 9:42.50. Ward Melville
soph Michelle Siebert doubles in 41.92 300m and 1:36.38
600m. Northport jr Terry Ross 7.66 55H.
Group 2 and
3 Individual Championships
Feb 2 at Princeton NJ - Complete
Results and highlights by Jersey Guy. 36
DS elite marks.
Adrian Sanderson and Basil Campbell lead
Ewing upset of Willingboro boys. US#1 HJ Debra
Vento hits 5-10 again. Mike Morrison 7-1. Katy
Trotter 2:14.26 US#3. Willingboro girls hold
Feb 1 at the University of Nevada Reno - Results
California preps shine
in college/open meet
Ashlee Brown runs US#1 7.91 in 55m hurdles. Gayle Hunter
19-2.5 LJ US#2. Jennifer Nash 7.07 55D and 25.15
200m. Amanda Thornberry 4:59.33 mile and 2:18.30 800m.
Alexis Bartschi 2:15.35 800m US#6.
Feb 1-2 at Reggie Lewis Center, Boston - Complete
Results with 41 DyeStat Elite performances and
highlights by John Carroll.
and Dickman get top 10 US marks
Boys - Cambridge
Rindge and Latin sr Tim Harding 6.47 55D. Foxboro sr
Dan Saltzman 35.08 300m. St. John's Shrewsbury sr Brian
Watrous 1:21.50 600m. Reading sr Wade Gauthier 2:33.20
1000m. North Atttleboro jr Marcus Vaughn 7.70 55D. Mashpee
sr Roscell Lopez-Pitts 22-2.75 LJ.
Girls - Brookline
sr Danielle Bolt 7.18 55D. Bromfield sr Ari Lambie
2:36.49 600m US#9. Haverhill sr Natasha Stevenson 40.37.
Bromfield jr Kristin Ricci 11:28.12 2-mile. Dennis
Yarmouth HS 4:04.48 4x400 (Ipswich-Georgetown 4:04.64). Holliston
sr Shawna Rossini 5-6 HJ. Westboro sr Kara Dickman
Feb 1 at Reggie Lewis Center, Boston
High School miles with highlights by John Carroll
Lindsay Donaldson 5:11.46, Victor Gras 4:19.78
Feb 1 at Wheaton College, Wheaton MA
pole vaults 13-0.25 to take US#1 spot.
2A-1A Central - Atholton
sr Lindsay Grigoriev 42-11 SP. Glenelg girls,
Feb 1 at Louisiana State U, Baton Rouge - Complete
Results with 32 DyeStat Elite marks
US#2 19-4. Watson, Francis US#3
Boys - Central
Catholic jr Gerald Watson 6.33 55D US#3. Glen
Oaks boys double in 1:31.41 and 3:25.37. Southern Lab sr Albert
Turner 49.78 400m. Kentwood jr Marcus Brown 23-4
LJ. Hammond's Quincy Seaberry 48-0.75 TJ.
Girls - Ruston
sr Tina Harris 19-4 LJ US#2 and 37-1 TJ. Magnet Baton
Rouge soph Katrina Taylor 7.21 55D. Magnet Baton Rouge
sr Reanna Townsend 8.32 55H. Magnet Baton Rouge
girls 1:42.66 4x200. Lutcher's Sheree Francis 5-8
Feb 1 at U. of Kentucky, Lexington - DyeStat
Mason County KY sr Andy Fryman 57-4.75 SP.
Feb 1 at U. of Kansas - Results on Missouri
Liberty MO sr Adam Perkins 4:16.23 mile US#8 and 1:57.13
800m against college runners.
Feb 1 at Indiana U., Bloomington IN - Results
Mark Jelks 6.82 US#1 and 22.14 200m US#4. Halls
Knoxville TN sr Chris Wilson 6-9 HJ.
Feb 1 at Plainfield IN fieldhouse - details at IndianaRunner.com
Carmel IN jr Katie Harrington doubles in 5:00.2 mile
and 10:09.0 3000m US#5. Katie lost several seconds in the mile when she
ran into one of the four posts that marked the corners of the crowded
fieldhouse track and came to a complete stop.
Jan 31 at Boise State University - Donovan
Kilmartin 16-6 takes US#1 spot in pole vault.
complete Golden State coverage
by Doug Speck and Rich Gonzalez
| ABTFC All Comers - MacKenzie Hill | Clinics | LA Invitational preview
State Invitational, Reno |
to the Cross Country Parents
A special edition of Donna
on the Side - Donna Dye's survey of cross country moms and dads tells
their emotions, dreams, and fears as they watch from the sidelines.
Hail to the Parents
Donna Dye's guide to the college recruiting game: eligibility rules,
recruiting rules, experiences, organizations, helpful web sites, scholarships
& loans, and careers & majors.