Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Washington's Izzi Batt-Doyle finishes seventh in 10000m at World University Games...

TAIPEI, Taiwan—The University of Washington’s Izzi Batt-Doyle (left/photo courtesy FISU) finished seventh in the 10000 meters Wednesday evening at the FISU World University Games.

Batt-Doyle, representing her native Australia, ran 34:32.13, her third fastest time over that distance this year.

Daria Maslova of Kyrgyzstan won the race in 33:19.27, ahead of surprising Sanjivani Jadhav of India’s 33:22.00, and early leader Ai Hosoda of Japan’s 33:27.89 in a race that was contested in 83-degree temperature and 83% humidity.

Batt-Doyle now will report to Seattle for the start of the UW’s cross country season, and the start of her senior year.

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