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  • ¶Monaco DL: w5K—G. Dibaba 14:28.88 (Huddle AR)

    1-1 CALVIN Clemence FRA 15:07.58 15:07.58
    1-2 HASAY Jordan USA 15:28.56 15:28.56
    1-3 SAINA Betsy KEN 15:12.05 2 4
    1-4 CONLEY Kim USA 15:08.61 15:08.61
    1-5 KISA Janet KEN 14:52.59 14:52.59
    1-6 BELETE Mimi BRN 15:15.59
    1-7 CHECA Dolores ESP 14:46.30 15:20.93
    1-8 ROWBURY Shannon USA 15:00.51 15:01.71
    1-9 HUDDLE Molly USA 14:44.76 14:55.90
    1-10 KIPYEGO Sally KEN 14:30.42
    2-1 HASSAN Sifan NED 14:59.23 14:59.23
    2-2 CHERONO Mercy KEN 14:35.13 14:43.11 10 1
    2-3 AYANA Almaz ETH 14:25.84 14:37.16 2 4
    2-4 KIBIWOT Viola Jelagat KEN 14:33.48 14:40.05 2 4
    2-5 DIBABA Genzebe ETH 14:34.99 14:34.99 6 2
    2-6 JELAGAT Irene KEN 15:01.73 15:01.73
    2-7 TVERDOSTUP Tamara UKR
    Last edited by gh; 07-18-2014, 10:49 PM.
    Apparently Ignorance is bliss

  • #2
    AR for Huddle!!! 14:42.64.
    Rowbury also a huge PR at 14:48.68

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    • #3
      Sweet.
      HUDDLE Molly 14:42.64
      ROWBURY Shannon 14:48.68

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      • #4
        Monaco DL: W 5000

        Dibaba 14:28.88 from Ayana, Kibiwott. Huddle NR 14:42.64.
        Cheers,
        Alan Shank
        Woodland, CA

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        • #5
          Rowbury 14:48.68
          Sifan Hassan could not handle the pace, 15:08.05
          Kim Conley 15:37.09
          Hasay DNF
          Betsy Saina 14:39.49 PB
          Good pacing:
          2:56.23
          5:52.53 (2:56.30)
          8:46.37 (2:53.84)
          11:42.48 (2:56.11)
          2:46.40
          Dibaba really had to strain to pass Ayana, who did most of the work. Mercy Cherono a well-beaten 7th.
          Cheers,
          Alan Shank
          Woodland, CA

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          • #6
            I felt for Ayana at the end of that race. She did all the hard work. I don't get the impression Dibaba and Ayana are the best of friends with there being no congratulations at the end.

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            • #7
              1 Dibaba , Genzebe ETH 14:28.88 4
              2 Ayana , Almaz ETH 14:29.19 2
              3 Kibiwot , Viola Jelagat KEN 14:33.73 1
              4 Kipyego , Sally Jepkosgei KEN 14:37.18
              5 Saina , Betsy KEN 14:39.49
              6 Huddle , Molly USA 14:42.64
              7 Cherono , Mercy KEN 14:44.56
              8 Rowbury , Shannon USA 14:48.68
              9 Kisa , Janet KEN 14:59.93
              10 Hassan , Sifan NED 15:08.05
              11 Belete , Mimi BRN 15:11.60
              12 Calvin , Clémence FRA 15:12.83
              13 Conley , Kim USA 15:37.09
              Hasay , Jordan USA DNF
              Checa , Dolores ESP DNF
              Jelagat , Irene KEN DNF
              Tverdostup , Tamara UKR DNF

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              • #8
                Rowbury now #4 on US a-t list, bumping Simpson from top 10. G. Dibaba now on the world a-t list, at #9, bumping Yegorova from the top 10.

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                • #9
                  Great runs by Huddle & Rowbury.
                  But what happened to Conley & Hasay.

                  Conley ran just 15:37, and Hasay DNF'ed!!
                  When did she drop out?
                  Was Conley ever in it....beyond the first 4 laps?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                    Great runs by Huddle & Rowbury.
                    But what happened to Conley & Hasay.

                    Conley ran just 15:37, and Hasay DNF'ed!!
                    When did she drop out?
                    Was Conley ever in it....beyond the first 4 laps?
                    This was a seriously fast race for Americans. Given the final times, Hasay would have been in PR territory at the back of the pack so perhaps it was simply a matter of the pace being too fast. For Conley, one can imagine her hoping to approach or even break 15:00.

                    The video feed quality that I was getting through DishWorld was poor and it was really difficult to recognize runners. And Universal has been getting bad about too many commercials and not tracking the race progress. For all of the American fans, it would have been nice to have heard some time projections for Huddle and Rowbury.

                    Great meet though all the way around!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Bob Duncan View Post
                      This was a seriously fast race for Americans. Given the final times, Hasay would have been in PR territory at the back of the pack so perhaps it was simply a matter of the pace being too fast. For Conley, one can imagine her hoping to approach or even break 15:00.

                      The video feed quality that I was getting through DishWorld was poor and it was really difficult to recognize runners. And Universal has been getting bad about too many commercials and not tracking the race progress. For all of the American fans, it would have been nice to have heard some time projections for Huddle and Rowbury.

                      Great meet though all the way around!
                      Based on one fairly grainy video of the race it appeared Hasay was, at the least, off the back by 6:00 and Conley soon after.

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                      • #12
                        In hindsight, Hasay might have been better off in this race instead.

                        http://www.timetronics.be/results/lu...ent029h01.html

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