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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Stanford Invitational Temperatures

Thanks to Joe Hartman for the following:
From NWS/Palo Alto which was matching my iPhone.
9:00  68
11:00  77
1:00  86
3:00  91
High of 92 at 3:47
Of course, more humidity on a golf course.
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Just as a reminder, here was the schedule:
9:00AM Varsity Boys 5K Divisions 5
9:25AM Varsity Girls 5K Divisions 5
9:50AM Varsity Boys 5K Division 4
10:15AM Varsity Girls 5K Division 4
10:50AM College Race 8K Men’s
11:30AM College Race 6K Women’s
12:10PM Varsity Boys 5K Division 1
12:40PM Varsity Girls 5K Divisions 1
1:10PM Varsity Boys 5K Seeded
1:40PM Varsity Girls 5K Seeded
2:10PM Varsity Boys 5K Division 2
2:40PM Varsity Girls 5K Division 2
3:10PM Varsity Boys 5K Division 3
3:40PM Varsity Girls 5K Division 3

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I know the schedule changed this year... Are we going to see a rotating schedule now?

Albert Caruana said...

The schedule is usually along the lines of what you saw this year. I believe they shortened the time between races this year and possibly some other minor tweeks. Others can comment on those.

Anonymous said...

Who cares about the schedule, weather, etc. when the course changes and they can't get the distance correct from year to year. Give me one reason the course was 55 meters shorter??? The good thing about courses like Toro, Crystal, Sac and Woodward is you can compare your current runners with the past. Stanford has really screwed up. This is the reason that no one shows up. Do you remember just 4 years ago when 7 of the top 10 D1 teams in the State were at Stanford? Just because the numbers are big doesn't mean the invite is good.

Anonymous said...

If there was another quality meet around at the same time we'd go to it. Stanford is losing its luster to me. I wish I could find a place to put on a meet just to give people a choice.

Albert Caruana said...

Many people have complained about Stanford for many years but many of us still go back because it's a chance to compete in a big time meet against big time competition in this part of the state.

They have heard our complaints and they did change a few things this year. I know many were upset at getting rid of the JV races but one option is to run your varsity at Stanford and send your younger and JV runners to Westmoor which a lot of teams already do.

Anonymous said...

is there any evidence behind the rumors that the course was 55 meters shorter?