Tag: men’s 5000m
Kieran Tuntivate lost his left shoe in the Ivy League Championships 3,000m on Saturday, sustained some nasty blisters, and came back Sunday to win the 5,000m
“No one has broken 13 minutes in the 5,000m this year, and the guys in this race are looking to change that. If the race goes out fast, I’d definitely like to go sub-13. I’m in shape to do that.”
Knight is a young Canadian runner to watch. His deal with the Reebok Track Club is the start of something new for Knight, Fox and the running scene
Robert Heppenstall, Rory Linkletter, Marco Arop and Justyn Knight all achieved All-American status Friday night at the NCAA Championships.
American Paul Chelimo won the silver medal in the men’s 5,000m at the Rio Olympics but was informed on national television that he was DQed.
Rio-bound Luc Bruchet, who will represent Canada in the men’s 5,000m, came home to discover a sign on his apartment’s front lawn celebrating him.
The European 5,000m had an incredible finish as there were five athletes side-by-side who crossed the line 0.09 seconds of each other.
May 28th, 2016 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
Canadians Mo Ahmed and Geneviève Lalonde set new Canadian records in the men’s 5,000m and the women’s 3,000m steeplechase on Saturday in Oregon.