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2009 USATF: wSteeple - Jenny Barringer 9:29.38

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  • 2009 USATF: wSteeple - Jenny Barringer 9:29.38

    1. Anna Willard (Nike) 2
    2. Jenny Barringer (Colorado) 1
    3. Lindsey Anderson (Nike) 3
    4. Nicole Bush (Michigan State) 5
    5. Lindsay Allen (adidas) nr
    6. Mel Lawrence (Washington) nr
    7. Bridget Franek (Penn State) nr
    8. Lisa Galaviz (Nike) 4
    9. Delilah DiCrescenzo (Puma) 7
    10. Kara June (AsicsA)

  • #2
    My pick:

    Barringer
    Willard
    Galaviz

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    • #3
      My pick: same as above for first three,

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      • #4
        My pick:
        Barringer
        Willard
        Anderson

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        • #5
          I know Bush has had a long year and did not run quite as fast as I had hoped at NCAAs. Still, I think she has a chance of making the cut here and getting down towards 9:30.

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          • #6
            Barringer and Bush wasting no time on this one.

            Bush stumples landing in the water. Gives Barringer 10m+

            Bush looks to have hurt herself on the fall as she appears to have a limp but still in second.

            It's all Barringer. 8:33 with a lap to go :shock: :shock:

            Heat 1
            Barringer 9:47.9
            Franek 9:51.2
            Bush 9:57.1
            Galaviz 9:59.7

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            • #7
              Barringer is good, but watching on the video, she really needs to get her step pattern sorted out.

              She's stutter-stepping badly at most of the barriers.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by richxx87
                Barringer is good, but watching on the video, she really needs to get her step pattern sorted out.

                She's stutter-stepping badly at most of the barriers.
                This is not the hurdles. Show me a Steepler who doesn't stutter? The more worrisome thing is the stumples in the water. A fall would be costly in the big meet.

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                • #9
                  Sorry, I don't use those smiley/smirkey icon deals ... but maybe for the benefit of some I should learn.

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                  • #10
                    More of a pack in heat 2, with Anderson and Willard in the lead.

                    So, is Delilah DiCrescenzo in the second heat from that song by the plain white T's?

                    2 laps to go Anderson still leads with Willard right behind, Delilah is 5th Not catching the 3 and 4th runners names. :roll:

                    Heat 2
                    Willard 9:52.98
                    Anderson 9:55.76
                    Allen 9:56.24
                    Lawrence 9:56.42
                    Delilah 9:59.97
                    Lorenzen 10:05.17
                    10:17.76

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                    • #11
                      1 Jennifer Barringer Colorado 9:47.94Q
                      2 Anna Willard Nike 9:52.98Q
                      3 Bridget Franek Penn State 9:51.16Q
                      4 Lindsey Anderson Nike 9:55.76Q
                      5 Lindsay Allen McMillan Elite 9:56.24Q
                      6 Nicole Bush Michigan State 9:57.06Q
                      7 Marie Lawrence Washington 9:56.42Q
                      8 Lisa Galaviz Nike 9:59.74Q
                      9 Delilah DiCrescenzo Puma 9:59.97q
                      10 Kara June Asics Aggie 10:02.57q
                      11 Kristin Anderson RIADHA 10:02.94q
                      12 Shauneen Garrahan RIADHA 10:03.80q
                      13 Amanda Lorenzen unattached 10:05.17q
                      14 Erin Bedell Baylor 10:06.87q
                      15 Sarah Pease Indiana 10:14.25
                      16 Sarah Madebach unattached 10:17.76
                      17 Kristen Hemphill Colorado State 10:19.88
                      18 Patricia Loughlin Duke 10:21.77
                      19 Stephanie Garcia Virginia 10:22.14
                      20 Andrea Parker unattached 10:23.53
                      21 Mason Cathey Indiana Invaders 10:30.13
                      22 Lois Keller unattached 10:30.54
                      23 Danielle Bradley Baylor 10:31.56
                      24 Jennifer Donovan New Balance Boston 10:37.40
                      25 Jane Rudkin unattached 10:48.90

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jnathletics

                        So, is Delilah DiCrescenzo in the second heat from that song by the plain white T's?
                        Hey there Delilah....yes it is.

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                        • #13
                          The coach of one of the steeplers in tonight's semi told me that he heard that the water barrier had been left at 36", and that Bush broke her leg at that barrier, and was at the hospital. Can anyone confirm?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Charley Shaffer
                            The coach of one of the steeplers in tonight's semi told me that he heard that the water barrier had been left at 36", and that Bush broke her leg at that barrier, and was at the hospital. Can anyone confirm?
                            Well I can't confirm as this is second hand information, but I also heard that there was a problem with the height of one of the barriers. Bush did take a tumble into the water pit and was limping after the race FWIW.

                            Update: According to Ron Bellamy of the Register-Guard...


                            Women’s steeplechase: Barringer and Willard win semis

                            Posted by Ron Bellamy
                            06/26/09
                            8:18pm

                            Anna Willard and Jennifer Barringer won their semis; in Barringer’s, the first, the hurdle at the water jump was set at the men’s height, 6 inches higher than the height for a women’s hurdle.
                            Also see Barringer's Flotrack interview...

                            http://www.flotrack.org/videos/coverage ... mpionships

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Charley Shaffer
                              The coach of one of the steeplers in tonight's semi told me that he heard that the water barrier had been left at 36", and that Bush broke her leg at that barrier, and was at the hospital. Can anyone confirm?
                              When I spoke to Barringer after the race, she was adamant that the barrier was at 36 inches, which would help explain Nicole Bush's big stumble and her eventual broken foot. Not sure how this happens in a major championship.

                              BTW, the water jump barrier height was not lowered between heats.

                              David Monti, Race Results Weekly

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