Saturday, October 25, 2008

Mt. SAC Reflections and coverage on the way...

In the next week, I will be posting reflections from Northern California runners and coaches about their experiences at the Mt. SAC Invitational.

You can find all the results of the meet at the following link:
Dyestatcal coverage and results all here

With the conclusion of Mt. SAC, there are just a few more invitationals left and then we dive into league championship season.

Any thoughts on the most impressive individual(s) and team(s) at the Mt. SAC Invite? Who made the biggest statement? What teams and/or individuals are really rolling right now?

Mountain View certainly had an impressive showing at the 2nd Center Meet at Crystal Springs:
Results from Center Meet #2

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Anonymous said...

Curious how Mt Sac course times compare to Hayward NCS course or Woodward times?

Albert Caruana said...

According to the following course converter, Mt. SAC and Woodward Park are fairly comparable in time. You can input any of the Mt. SAC times from today to see what they would translate to Woodward Park.

I will find out what the conversion is from the Hayward course to Woodward park.

Albert Caruana said...

Courtesy of Sstoz Tes, if you multiply your Hayward time by 1.03, you should get a good equivalent of the Woodward Park course time.

Anonymous said...

Mt. Sac runs about 20 seconds faster than Woodward for a decent/good hill runner.

Anonymous said...

woodcrest's guys squad looks ridiculously strong this year.

Anonymous said...

that gap could cost them though.

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