By Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly BOSTON (13-Oct) — Running with patience and unleashing a ferocious move with roughly a kilometer remaining, American Jordan Hasay took home top honors here at the Tufts Health Plan 10-K for Women in a personal best of 31:38.3. Hasay, 23, waited for the right moment to strike, separating from Kenyan […]

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By Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly BOSTON (12-Oct) — On a crisp New England fall day, Ethiopians Mamitu Daska and Lelisa Desisa were crowned champions at the 14th B.A.A. Half-Marathon, presented by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund. Daska established a new event record of 1:08:20, while Desisa earned his second consecutive victory in 1:01:38, […]

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By David Monti, Race Results Weekly CHICAGO (11-Oct) — When Eliud Kipchoge won the world 5000m title in 2003 at the tender age of 18, he stunned the fans who packed the Stade de France in Paris hoping that their city would be awarded the 2012 Olympic Games.  More than 11 years later –and still not […]

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By David Monti, Race Results Weekly CHICAGO (09-Oct) — Bank of America Chicago Marathon executive race director Carey Pinkowski was honored here today for directing 25 consecutive editions of America’s second largest marathon.  He has been at the helm of the race since 1990, and has seen it grow to over 45,000 entrants delivering an economic […]

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By Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly (03-Oct) — Earlier today, the Boston Athletic Association, organizers of the B.A.A. Half-Marathon, announced the men’s and women’s elite fields for the event’s 14th edition, to be held on Sunday, October 12. Among those headlining the event are reigning champion and 2013 Boston Marathon winner Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia, as […]

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By Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly For the University of Oregon Ducks, a 2,580 mile trek east from their home in Eugene was well worth the flight, as the third-ranked men’s team earned a dominant win here at the Boston College Coast-to-Coast Battle In Beantown. Led by reigning NCAA Cross Country champion Edward Cheserek and New […]

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Emma Bates’s Forest Fire

September 27, 2014

By Mitch Kastoff, Race Results Weekly The day after coasting to a comfortable victory at the Utah Open, Emma Bates and her Boise State teammates made their way up to Bogus Basin Mountain for their Sunday long run. Located 16 miles northeast from campus, the team carefully drove up the mountain’s switchbacks to its main base, […]

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By Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly Racing in her hometown, Providence’s own Molly Huddle used experience –and a finely timed kick– to claim her fourth USA 5-K National Championship here at the CVS Health Downtown 5-K. Sprinting up and over the course’s steepest hill with fewer than 400 meters remaining, Huddle stopped the clock in a […]

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By David Monti, Race Results Weekly Kenya’s Bedan Karoke said Friday that it was his goal to break 59 minutes at the Rock ‘N’ Roll Philadelphia Half-Marathon here today.  Although his winning time of 59:21 fell short of that goal, he nonetheless ran the fastest half-marathon on USA soil this year, the third fastest time ever […]

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