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2003 Cross Country - less than 2 months away

5th Iolani Big Aloha Invitational will be held September 20 at Kualoa Ranch in Hawaii. This is a photo of one of last year's races. After the races, runners ran across the road to cool down in the ocean. Thirty mainland high schools are expected to run in this year's Iolani, twice as many as last year. Last year's winners were Ruth Graham, Carl Moe, Montgomery CA girls, and Eisenhower WA boys. The University of Hawaii Big Wave Invitational for college teams will run in conjunction with the high school meet. a DyeStat on-site meet

High school track is getting bigger and better,
and the Internet is a big reason --
Jeff Hollobaugh on espn.com.

Josh Fryman
Kentuckian sweeps indoor and outdoor shot put titles,
and doubles in discus at AOC Raleigh

Post-Season Pix Pages - with the rush of big meets and great performances, we piled up a huge backlog of action photos to process from Golden West, AOC Raleigh, Golden South., and USA Nationals. Here are the latest pix pages uploaded:

  • AOC throws: Maysville KY senior Josh Fryman, who crashed into the national spotlight with his last-throw win of the Nike Indoor shotput in March, swept both shot and discus at the adidas Outdoor Championships.
  • AOC - Ted Ginn: Brightest of the new stars at AOC Raleigh was Glenville OH jr Theodore Ginn, anchoring a national record 800 SMR and "upsetting" US#1 and US#2 in the 110m hurdles.

Allyson Felix's world junior record may not be ratified - When Allyson Felix won the Mexico City Grand Prix 200m in May in 22.11, it was reported all over the world as a new world junior record (under 20). Now, it appears that her brilliant performance may not count as an IAAF world record because there was no drug testing at the meet. Doug Speck reports on DyeStatCal.

Maine Distance Festival

Dan Wilson 3:59.83 (56) was the only sub-4 miler. Here, he leads high schooler Sam Vazquez , who finished sixth in 4:05.69.

 

 

 

 

 

 

photos by Victah Sailer,
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Russell Brown and Ben True broke meet records in the HS 800 and mile.

Russell Brown
Ben True
Florida 3A 1600m and AOC Raleigh mile champion Sam Vazquez made a post-season tour of New England against elite runners in the CanAm High Performance Distance Circuit, with three top times in 8 days.
June 28 - Boston High Performance Series #5 - 3:46.47 1500m
Running more then 3 seconds faster than his runner-up time at the USA Junior Nationals last week, Vazquez finishes third at Bentley College. Details
July 1 - Boston High Performance Series #6 - 1:49.61 800m
Vazquez wins Section 2 of the Men's Elite 800m in 1:49.61, the third fastest high school 800m in the US this year. Details
July 5 - Maine Distance Festival at Bowdoin College, Brunswick ME - 4:05.69 mile
Sam Vazquez was 6th in the fast section of the men's mile in 4:05.69. Other top high school runners: Russell Brown 1:52.79 MR in HS boys 800m. Mia Swenson 4:58.63 first in HS girls mile. Ben True 4:15.24 MR in HS boys mile.

 


USATF Youth Athletics Championships
July 2-6 at U. of Buffalo, Amherst NY

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Day 5 - Sunday
Georgia sprinters star to close out Youth championships
Michael Grant, Courtney Champion complete sprint triples - West Valley Eagles 3:38.83 - Natasha Hastings 53.98 - Cedric Goodman 46.81 - Ebony Collins 54.43 (YG) - Jason Richardson doubles 13.89 -3.7 and 50.72 - Ronetta Alexander 13.60 - Brandi Cross 54.49 - Andrew Rademacher 16-0.75 - Gayle Hunter 20-0.25 - Lazaris Evans 48-2.75 - Domenique Manning 14.01 - Nicole Leach 1:00.18 - Galen Rupp 3:53.57

Allyson Felix 3rd in Paris Golden League
meet as Kelli White keeps winning

Los Angeles high school star Allyson Felix ran third in Paris on the Fourth of July in the Saint-Denis Gaz de France, the second of six IAAF Golden League meets this summer. US champion Kelli White won and was also second in the 100m to Chandra Stirrup, 11.01 to 11.09 -0.4. A crowd of 55,000 fans watched in the same stadium that will host the World Championships in August. Allyson Felix touchée par la grâce (story on the meet's web site). Felix had the slowest reaction time in the entire field.
Results:
Athlete, nation, time, reaction (wind was +0.7)
1 WHITE, Kelli USA 22.43 0.205
2 HURTIS, Muriel FRA SB 22.62 0.216
3 FELIX, Allyson USA 22.66 0.304
4 JENKINS, Latasha USA 22.67 0.193
5 KAPACHINSKAYA, Anastasiya RUS 22.81 0.289
6 GEVAERT, Kim BEL 22.98 0.182
7 FELIX, Sylviane FRA 24.04 0.256
CAMPBELL, Juliet JAM n.p.

Post Season Best Marks - There have been hundreds of performances in the post season meets that qualify for DyeStat Elite top 100 national rankings. Age group meets will be reported separately.

Vin Lananna leaves Stanford - Stanford University track and cross country coach Vin Lananna, who has recruited so many high school distance runners to Palo Alto, is leaving Stanford after 11 years to become athletic director and professor of physical education at Oberlin College in Ohio. Oberlin College announcement - Stanford University announcement

Donna on the Side at AOC Raleigh
130 pix of the sideline scenes

from Texas: Leonel Manzano and Alandra Sherman


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Summer Meets

Pan Am Juniors July 18-20

 


USATF JO July 29 - Aug 3

AAU JO July 23-30

 

National rankings
Jim Spier's Top 5 - See the latest national leaders in Jim's June 11 update.
US Junior List - top 10 qualifiers for USA Junior Nationals June 17-22 at Stanford - updated June 12
Gourley's list - Hammer Throw rankings updated June 9. Kristen Callan takes over girls top spot; Nick Owens still leads boys.
DyeStat Elite - May 30 list has 3,129 performances from 370 meets ranked. Database now includes 4,381 performances (only the best performance in an event is ranked). Last HS meet is over - now we will catch up on the database. All emails and all state meets will be included.
Roth's Race Walk -- updated June 11

College Choices
College Choices 2003 updated 5/21 with 930 choices now listed. Send email on other choices to John Dye with name, high school, college choice, your connection to the athlete, and a way to verify the information.

 

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DyeStat Featured Meets
Meets that are covered in depth by DyeStat in 2002-2003
* = DyeStat on-site meet

 


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