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  • ¶2016 OT wSteeple: Emma Coburn 9:17.48 Meet Rec

    T&FN formchart

    1. Emma Coburn (New Balance)¶ 1
    2. Leah O’Connor (adidas)¶ 4
    3. Courtney Frerichs (N Mexico)¶ 6
    4. Stephanie Garcia (N Balance)¶ 2
    5. Ashley Higginson (Saucony)¶ 5
    6. Jamie Cheever (Oiselle)¶ nr
    7. Shalaya Kipp (Oiselle)¶ 7
    8. Jessica Kamilos (Arkansas)¶ nr
    9. Nicole Bush (New Balance)¶ (5)
    10. Elinor Purrier (N Hampshire) nr
    Last edited by dj; 07-08-2016, 02:57 AM.

  • #2
    Quigley not in the top-10 is an oversight.

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    • #3
      T&FN formchart after heats:

      1. Emma Coburn (New Balance)¶ 1
      2. Leah O’Connor (adidas)¶ 4
      3. Courtney Frerichs (N Mexico)¶ 6
      4. Stephanie Garcia (N Balance)¶ 2
      5. Ashley Higginson (Saucony)¶ 5
      7. Shalaya Kipp (Oiselle)¶ 7
      8. Jessica Kamilos (Arkansas)¶ nr
      9. Nicole Bush (New Balance)¶ (5)

      Did not advance:
      6. Jamie Cheever (Oiselle)¶ nr
      10. Elinor Purrier (N Hampshire) nr

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      • #4
        Interesting racing - each heat (semi?) had an auto trio that went relatively early, and everyone else was a time qualifier and looked less good. Quigley is more than a little bit shy of racing lately, but her training partner qualified with the similar constraint.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by booond View Post
          Quigley not in the top-10 is an oversight.
          In defense of the prognosticators, she was MIA for about a year.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
            Interesting racing - each heat (semi?) had an auto trio that went relatively early, and everyone else was a time qualifier and looked less good. Quigley is more than a little bit shy of racing lately, but her training partner qualified with the similar constraint.
            I love watching distance races but them's was 3 dullsville affairs.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by NotDutra5 View Post
              I love watching distance races but them's was 3 dullsville affairs.
              Those nine auto-qualifiers did what they are supposed to do: leaving nothing to chances.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by TN1965 View Post
                Those nine auto-qualifiers did what they are supposed to do: leaving nothing to chances.
                I know that. Throw us a cookie. Have one more stick with the three for a few laps.

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                • #9
                  Quigley's looks made the "dullsville affair" worth watching.
                  Is she married? LOL.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
                    Interesting racing - each heat (semi?) had an auto trio that went relatively early, and everyone else was a time qualifier and looked less good. Quigley is more than a little bit shy of racing lately, but her training partner qualified with the similar constraint.
                    I agree. I also hope that Coburn and her teammates lead on the final at Rio. She won the Continental Cup in 2014 but was only fourth at the WC in 2015. Of course, she had twice as many opponents.

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                    • #11
                      312 first 1000
                      626 at 2000

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                      • #12
                        Coburn 917 very easy win

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by booond View Post
                          Quigley not in the top-10 is an oversight.
                          Great call.

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                          • #14
                            What happened the last lap (I was officiating a track meet all afternoon/evening, so I am just catching up), did Garcia fall or fall apart?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
                              What happened the last lap (I was officiating a track meet all afternoon/evening, so I am just catching up), did Garcia fall or fall apart?
                              Garcia either fell apart or Quigley and O'Connor caught her depending on your point of view. Once they passed Garcia, Garcia caught her left foot on the barrier and fell. She got up and finished but was passed at the line by Kipp.

                              Quigley, considering her complete lack of racing, ran a great race.

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