Thursday, September 7, 2017

Central Washington Invite now moved to Saint Martin's in Lacey Saturday...

Saint Martin's Yadira Lopez runs at
last year's SMU Open on their campus
(Paul Merca photo)
PORTLAND—Saturday’s Central Washington Invitational has officially been moved to the Saint Martin’s University campus in Lacey, according to a release sent out Thursday afternoon by the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.

Saint Martin’s agreed to host the meet, which features both Central Washington and Western Washington, on its course, after the poor air quality issues due to the forest fires affecting the Pacific Northwest.

The meet will start at 10 am with the women’s 4k, with the men’s 6k going at 10:45 am.


Apologies for the delay in posting these, but Hannah Fields of the Brooks Beasts finished third in the Hoka One One Long Island Mile run Wednesday night in Huntington, New York.

Fields ran 4:30.32, as Emily Lipari of the Boston AA won in 4:28.84.

In the David Torrence Memorial Mile, named after the two-time winner of this meet, Cal alum and Peruvian Olympian who passed away last week after drowning in a Phoenix area apartment complex pool, Garrett Heath of the Brooks Beasts finished eighth in 4:00.81.

Great Britain’s Chris O’Hare held off two-time Olympic medalist Nick Willis for the win in 3:56.22 to 3:56.41.

Complete results of the Hoka One One Long Island Mile are available here, along with a link to watch the replay of the races.

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