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  • Chelsea Sveinsson in Reebok 1500

    She's undefeated. She has the fastest high school mile in the country. She's running with the big girls this weekend. And she doesn't have Rapunzellian hair.

    Should be fun to watch if she can hang close.

    (I'm assuming she's the "Nicole" on the start lists)

    http://www.usatf.org/events/2009/VisaCh ... trants.asp

  • #2
    "fastest mile" is a bit misleading when you consider that Hasay has a pair of 1500s that equate to about 10 seconds faster. (and Amanda Winslow has a marginally faster 1600)

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    • #3
      Name's correct here:
      http://www.reebokgrandprix.com/events-r ... ens-1500m/

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      • #4
        Originally posted by gh
        "fastest mile" is a bit misleading when you consider that Hasay has a pair of 1500s that equate to about 10 seconds faster. (and Amanda Winslow has a marginally faster 1600)
        Well, yes... there's that.

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        • #5
          Finals
          1 Christin Wurth-Thomas United States 4:03.96M
          2 Malindi Elmore Canada 4:06.94
          3 Amy Mortimer United States 4:07.19
          4 Sally Kipyego Kenya 4:07.92
          5 Vivian Cheruiyot Kenya 4:08.54
          6 Treniere Clement United States 4:09.57
          7 Lauren Hagans United States 4:09.86
          8 Julia Howard Canada 4:11.78
          9 Mestawot Tadesse Ethiopia 4:12.28
          10 Deirdre Byrne Ireland 4:12.36
          11 Kalkidan Gezahegn Ethiopia 4:13.03
          12 Lindsey Gallo United States 4:13.81
          13 Nicole Edwards Canada 4:14.54
          14 Roisin McGettigan Ireland 4:15.46
          15 Chelsea Sveinsson United States 4:18.13
          16 Jenelle Deatherage United States 4:23.39
          -- Mardrea Hyman Jamaica DNF [/b]

          About what one would expect, I think.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Half Miler
            Finals
            1 Christin Wurth-Thomas United States 4:03.96M
            2 Malindi Elmore Canada 4:06.94
            3 Amy Mortimer United States 4:07.19
            4 Sally Kipyego Kenya 4:07.92
            5 Vivian Cheruiyot Kenya 4:08.54
            6 Treniere Clement United States 4:09.57
            7 Lauren Hagans United States 4:09.86
            8 Julia Howard Canada 4:11.78
            9 Mestawot Tadesse Ethiopia 4:12.28
            10 Deirdre Byrne Ireland 4:12.36
            11 Kalkidan Gezahegn Ethiopia 4:13.03
            12 Lindsey Gallo United States 4:13.81
            13 Nicole Edwards Canada 4:14.54
            14 Roisin McGettigan Ireland 4:15.46
            15 Chelsea Sveinsson United States 4:18.13
            16 Jenelle Deatherage United States 4:23.39
            -- Mardrea Hyman Jamaica DNF [/b]

            About what one would expect, I think.
            Not bad. Looks like Jordan has company.

            I'm starting to have second thoughts about 4:10, although I do think it may take a 4:12 to settle the campaign for #1 HSer this year in this event.

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