2/21 – Cal All-Comers Meet

Here are the Cal all-comer meet results. Forgot to mention Kate Ashley’s 3200 PR from two weeks ago in 12:30.49 so nicely done!

Today was a really solid day for most of the club. In the 1500 everyone was just a couple ticks off their PRs which is solid stuff in February.

Men’s 1500

Brandon Kan 4:09.62 top 6-7 club all-time
Alex Battaglino 4:12.36
Bradley Afrolian 4:19.41
Edward Hill 4:19.99
Mike McKinley 4:30.00-flat (PR)
Kevin Downie (masters) 4:34.60
Emilio Flamenco 4:48.27

Men’s 800

Abraham Aldaraca 2:00.91
Alex Battaglino 2:08.69 (PR)

Men’s 3200

1. Ryan Smith (winner) 9:30.01 (missed PR by tenths of a second running solo, No. 3 club all-time)
3. Collin Gannon 9:45.38
4. Ryan Lok 9:46.89 (PR)
6. Jack Wallace 9:57.02
Justin Huang 10:18.37
Matt Perez 11:42.51
Carl Rose (50-59 + coach) 12:07.84

Women’s 3200

1. Olivia Hill (winner) 11:03.01 (PR)
2. Megan Gentes 11:03.81 (PR)
3. Megan Lang 11:21.01 (PR)
Irene Graham 11:56.21
Kimberly Sanchez 11:58.03 (PR)

3/3 – Can’t Touch This! Chafik Goes Hammer On Redding

Hello dwellers of the Canyon. We have a few race results to report:

Cal all-comers meet held on February 22nd

1500

Shellin Chuong (women) 5:37.92

3200

3. Rory Runser 9:51.67; 4. Ryan Smith 9:58.92 (men)

5. Megan Gentes 11:28.84; Shellin Chuong 12:27.73; Melissa Quintero 12:42.58 (women)

John Frank NorCal PA-USATF 10-mile Championships in Redding, CA held on March 1st

Chafik Azerki debuted his 2014 road season with a win in the masters (40-49 age group) with a great time of 57:04 on a hilly course. Other results included a strong showing from our senior stalwarts from near and fat. Bill Reed made the journey from Reno and finished as 2nd senior (50-59 AG) overall in 1 hour, 1 minute and 7 seconds (1:01.07). Tim Keenan was 3rd senior (1:02.18); Jeff Teeters was 4th senior (1:03.08) in his best race in awhile after overcoming some hamstring troubles that plagued his 2013 campaign; Bill Salacuse rounded out the team’s scoring with a time of 1:05.23 in his preparation for the Boston marathon. Alan Dehlinger also made the trek down from Reno and finished in 1:08.21.