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¶ ’21 wNCAA 10K: Carmela Cardama Baez’ (Oregon) 32:16.13

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  • ¶ ’21 wNCAA 10K: Carmela Cardama Baez’ (Oregon) 32:16.13

    T&FN formchart:

    1. Mercy Chelangat’ (Alabama)......................................... ....... So
    2. Carmela Cardama Baez’ (Oregon)...................................... Sr
    3. Grace Forbes (Rice)............................................ ................... Fr
    4. Katie Izzo (Arkansas)........................................ ..................... Sr
    5. Abbey Wheeler (Providence)...................................... .......... Sr
    6. Poppy Tank’ (Utah)............................................ .................... Sr
    7. Amanda Vestri (Syracuse)........................................ ............. Jr
    8. Abby Nichols (Colorado)........................................ ............... Sr
    9. Clare O’Brien’ (Boise State)............................................ ...... Sr
    10. Haley Herberg (Washington)...................................... ........ Sr
    Last edited by gh; 06-11-2021, 04:11 AM.

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    Oops!

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    • #3
      16:31...15:45...

      The women didn't get the memo that it's a new era...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Conor Dary View Post
        16:31...15:45...

        The women didn't get the memo that it's a new era...
        fastest ever marks-for-place in meet history for 8 through at least 15.

        Baez and Chelangat the Nos. 4 and 7 performers in meet history

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        • #5
          It was funny Cardama Baez said in the interview that she was not a kicker.
          Maybe Chelangat thought the same, and decided make this a kicker's race and save something for 5k.
          But both of them were wrong. That 70 sec lap was quite something.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by gh View Post

            fastest ever marks-for-place in meet history for 8 through at least 15.

            Baez and Chelangat the Nos. 4 and 7 performers in meet history
            Fine times indeed....it was an interesting race...though it took awhile to get going.

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