Results from Steeple Report 367:
Results from Women's Steeplechase Report, a free newsletter sent to readers about 30 times each year.
Automatic Timing and 3000m race distance unless stated otherwise. Reported Age, Birthdate, or Birth Year included
(in parentheses) of athletes eligible for age-based championships such as Under age 23, Juniors, Youth, or Masters.
DNF=Did Not Finish MR = Meet Record; NR=National Record PB = Personal Best; SB = Season Best
June 10, 2006
1-Cristina Casandra (77) Suceava 9:38.82; 2-Ancuta Bobocel (87) Drobeta Severin 9:51.13; 3-Catalina Oprea (86) Targov-Univ. Craiova 9:58.13; 4-Claudia Elena Colita (77) CSM-Univ. Craiova 10:33.53; 5-Oxana Juravel (86) Republica Moldova 10:35.35.
|BMC Grand Prix|
June 10, 2006
Watford, Great Britain
1-Lizzie Hall (85) 9:48.51; 2-Hattie Dean (82) 9:52.22; 3-Emily Pidgeon (89) 10:13.24; 4-Ruth Senior (87) 10:24.91; 5-Carolyn Boosey 10:50.39; 6- Shavaun Henry 11:26.78, 7-Louise Bardsley 11:28.92. [Hall bettered GBR record of 9:48.57 by Tina Brown in 2005. Pidgeon and Senior are both under age 20 and eligible for the 2006 World Junior Championships in August at Beijing. BMC = British Milers Club]
|NCAA Division I Final|
June 9, 2006
Sacramento, California, USA
1-Jenny Barringer( 86) Colorado 9:53.04; 2-Cassie Hunt (83) Illinois 9:55.75; 3-Shannon Wommack (83) Tennessee-Chattanooga 9:56.50; 4-Emily Brown (84) Minnesota 9:56.62; 5-Nicole Bush (86) Michigan State 10:01.04; 6-Anna Willard (84) Brown 10:06.83; 7-Amy Fowler (87) Brigham Young 10:08.12; 8-Ebba Stenback (81) Toledo 10:08.68; 9-Kelly Siefker (84) Indiana 10:11.73; 10-Lisa Stublic (84) Columbia 10:18.67; 11-Arianne Field (84) Michigan 10:19.31; 12-Rena Chesser (83) Brigham Young 10:19.47; 13-Cassie King (84) North Carolina 10:25.31; 14-Molly Landreth (82) Penn State 10:30.96.
As the pace accelerated to an unofficial 75.5 last lap, Cassie King yielded to Cassie Hunt who led over the last water jump. Barringer moved up quickly on the final straightaway but five strides from the last on-track hurdle she drifted left into Lane 1 toward Hunt, and both landed awkwardly after semi-sharing hurdle space. Barringer recovered better and sprinted home for a personal best, clasping her hands overhead as she crossed the finish line. She and six behind her achieved personal best times in this race.
Barringer is a first-year college student, age 19, and might be considered a top candidate for 2006 World Junior Championships (under age 20) if age on the date of competition was the determinant. But the rules of track and field athletics use age in the year of competition, so reaching age 20 on January 1 or 364 days later on December 31 is considered the same. Barringer reaches age 20 on 23 August 2006, after World Junior steeple, but will not be eligible to run in WJC.
However, Amy Fowler from this race remains age-eligible for WJC. Young Barringer can be consoled by now having a "B" qualifier for 2007 World Champs and 2008 Olympic Games -- and many opportunities remain for her upgrade to an "A" qualifier.
June 9, 2006
1500m, under age 18: 1-Natalie Role (90) 4:58.69; 2-Clara Bodkins (90) 5:06.08; x-Joanna Also (91) 5:19.51; 3-Josefine Berggren (89) 5:23.55. [x = competitor under age 16]
2000m, under age 20: 1-Lena Orn (88) 6:50.75; 2-Cecilia Norrbom (88) 7:21.65; 3-Maria Sodenstrom (88) 7:44.02.
|Kenya Military Champs|
June 8, 2006
1-Jeruto Kiptum (1981) 10:54.9; 2-L. Mueni 11:31.5. [Kiptum ran 9:26.95 last August in the World Championships at Helsinki.]
|Northern Greece Championships|
May 28, 2006
1-Maria Pardalou (85) 10:21.28. DNF: Elpida Christodoulidou (87) CYP.
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