Results from Steeple Report 383:
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
|South America Champs|
September 30, 2006
1-Bertha Sanchez, COL 10:48.44; 2-Zenaide Vieira, BRA 10;56.16; 3-Michelle Barreto de Costa, BRA 11:34.53; 4-Silvia Paredes, ECU 12:01.46. [Tunja altitude is 2810 meters / 9219 feet. Colombia's Sanchez may have been well acclimated to that altitude; she also won th 5km and 10km runs -- while the two Brazilians were far off their earlier 9:54 steeple pace near sea level.]
|Colombia Under Age 23 Champs|
September 3, 2006
1-Yeismi Gonzales (90) 11;44.91; 2-Luz Aleyda Sanchez 12:05.84; 3-Luz Marina Moreno (89) 12:23.17; 4-Zoraida Gomez (84) 12:46.86.
|Nacht van Volharding|
September 2, 2006
2000m Steeple: 1-Tamara Sanfabio (78) ESP 6:26.41; 2-Nicole Buytaert (79) 6:41.28; 3-Annelore Desaedeleer (87) 6:43.55; 4-Caroline De Geyter (67) 7:55.03. [Remarkable race: ESP National Record for Sanfabio, BEL National Junior Record for Desaedeleer, 2006 world list 2km mark for Buytaert, and a good master /senior /veteran performance by DeGeyter.]
May 27, 2006
1-Nataliya Izmodenova (81-01-01) 9:47.82; 2-Yekaterina Chebotareva (81-11-06) 10:41.95; 3-KyHayw Aneha (88-03-26) 11:17.97. [We struggled to translate cyrillic characters for name of third-place junior athlete; correction welcome.]
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