Saturday, March 27, 2010

More Stanford videos from today's races courtesy of flotrack.org and runnerspace.com...

Girls' 4 x 800m. Heat 1 (Fast Heat) Splits for Oak Ridge HS Hayley Scott 2:18.5, Abby Walker 2:21.0, Holli Arrieta 2:18.5 and Samantha Ralstin 2:20.7 (9:18.87 broke school record of 9:24.0 previously held by
Alex Kosinski, Sara Sipes, Ashley Silva and Ashley Adams)

Track and Field Videos on Flotrack

Boys' 4 x 800m. Heat 1 (Fast Heat) Splits for San Ramon Valley Simon Graves 1:59, Parker Deuel 1:56, Ryan Hammill 1:59, Kevin Griffith 1:54

Track and Field Videos on Flotrack

All results can be found at the following link:
http://www.sml1.com/recordtiming/stanford/invite10/

All Stanford Invitational races can be found on runnerspace.com at the following link:
http://www.runnerspace.com/eprofile.php?event_id=57

All Stanford Invitational races covered by flotrack.org can be found at the following link:
http://www.flotrack.org/videos/coverage/view/236780-2010-stanford-invitational

So what was the most impressive performance during the entire two days?  Individual and/or team.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was only there from about 7:30pm to 10:45pm Friday night but watching Lisa Koll set the Collegiate WORLD record for the 10k was amazing!

LOL watching my daughter PR was pretty amazing too!

Shawn Sumpter

Anonymous said...

None were the MOST impressive but some good marks were put up by former CCS runners. Good to see Williams still got it in the 100 meters.

Albert Caruana said...

I still remember watching Bob Kennedy when he made his 10K debut at Stanford. You have to be a true distance fan to appreciate somebody clicking off 66s for 25 laps.

Anonymous said...

That San Ramon 4x800-whipping was pretty awesome. Definitely Arcadia favorites, on my book.

Anonymous said...

San ramon 4x800 = crazy

Anonymous said...

was that 7:51 by san ramon a national leading time?

Anonymous said...

Watching Villhauer, Byers and Olson battle it out in 3k was exciting, with Villhauer showing amazing kick in last 200m. Also, same race, amazing performance from Albany kid who lost his shoe after about a half a lap and ran with one shoe on and one shoe off for remaining 6+ laps!!!

Albert Caruana said...

Saw somewhere that 7:51 is national leader but need confirmation.

Anonymous said...

Casa Girls DMR of 12:08 is third in State... Great performance!

Anonymous said...

San Ramon's 7:51.79 4x800m mark beat the previous nation leading time of 7:53.36 by Conroe Texas.

Anonymous said...

Most impressive was San Ramon's 4x800 by far....but what was also impressive was Nick Bailey from Amador Valley who is a sophomore and ran the open 400 in 49.85 and its his first year doing track and field...thats impressive!

Anonymous said...

How about Woodside sophomore Chris Washura. The third heat winner in the mile 4:23 and a 1:56 split to anchor his team to a win (8:02) in the 2nd heat of the 4 X 800 three hours later.

Albert Caruana said...

Agreed on Chris. He's an impressive sophomore with a great kick which is a huge advantage for a distance runner.

Definitely one of the rising stars in CCS.

Former SRV 4x8er said...

San Ramon is the real deal, the tradition just continues. Hunter deserves some serious credit.

Albert Caruana said...

Tim does a great job at SRV.

Lots of new visitors to this site so if you haven't checked out the interview I did with Tim a few years ago, here it is.

http://albertcaruana.blogspot.com/2007/09/catching-up-with-san-ramon-valley-coach.html

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure SR's second runner in the 4x800 was a soph, too. Huge, but a soph.

Anonymous said...

That is correct, Parker Duelle is indeed a massive sophmore.