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    Efraimson Runs 8:52.53 in Italy
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    Looks like Efraimson is peaking late this season. She beats some good women.

    54° PALIO CITTŔ DELLA QUERCIA
    Rovereto (TN), 23 August 2018
    3000m WOMEN
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    1 MAMO Meskerem 1999 W ETH ETHIOPIA (MR PB) 8:42.19
    2 CHEMNUNG Loice 1997 W KEN KENYA (PB) 8:43.00
    3 EFRAIMSON Alexa 1997 W USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (PB) 8:52.53
    4 KITE Gloriah 1998 W KEN KENYA 8:54.35
    5 BUSCOMB Camille 1990 W NZL NEW ZEALAND 9:00.02
    6 MACKEY Katie 1987 W USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 9:00.09
    7 PÉREZ Marta 1993 W ESP SPAIN (SB) 9:03.96
    8 DEGEFA Beyenu 1999 W ETH ETHIOPIA 9:10.75
    9 KACZYNSKA Paulina 1991 W POL POLAND 9:11.92
    10 SÁNCHEZ-ESCRIBANO Irene 1992 W ESP SPAIN (PB) 9:15.33
    11 GYÜRKÉS Viktória 1992 W HUN HUNGARY 9:15.67
    12 MATTUZZI Isabel 1995 W ITA ITALY 9:16.48
    13 BATTOCLETTI Nadia 2000 W ITA ITALY 9:31.56
    14 MINSEWO Aberash 2001 W ETH ETHIOPIA 9:58.13
    51 CHERONO Eva 1996 W KEN KENYA DNF
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    Quote Originally Posted by OregonMileFan1 View Post
    Looks like Efraimson is peaking late this season. She beats some good women.

    54° PALIO CITTŔ DELLA QUERCIA
    Rovereto (TN), 23 August 2018
    3000m WOMEN
    Pos. Bib Athlete Year Cat. Mark
    1 MAMO Meskerem 1999 W ETH ETHIOPIA (MR PB) 8:42.19
    2 CHEMNUNG Loice 1997 W KEN KENYA (PB) 8:43.00
    3 EFRAIMSON Alexa 1997 W USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (PB) 8:52.53
    4 KITE Gloriah 1998 W KEN KENYA 8:54.35
    5 BUSCOMB Camille 1990 W NZL NEW ZEALAND 9:00.02
    6 MACKEY Katie 1987 W USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 9:00.09
    7 PÉREZ Marta 1993 W ESP SPAIN (SB) 9:03.96
    8 DEGEFA Beyenu 1999 W ETH ETHIOPIA 9:10.75
    9 KACZYNSKA Paulina 1991 W POL POLAND 9:11.92
    10 SÁNCHEZ-ESCRIBANO Irene 1992 W ESP SPAIN (PB) 9:15.33
    11 GYÜRKÉS Viktória 1992 W HUN HUNGARY 9:15.67
    12 MATTUZZI Isabel 1995 W ITA ITALY 9:16.48
    13 BATTOCLETTI Nadia 2000 W ITA ITALY 9:31.56
    14 MINSEWO Aberash 2001 W ETH ETHIOPIA 9:58.13
    51 CHERONO Eva 1996 W KEN KENYA DNF
    great, young African runners continues: Mamo only 19
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    I saw that the meet results list Mamo's time as a PB, but when I posted on this meet in the 'MiscIntl Results' thread, I looked at her IAAF profile -- because I had never heard of her -- and it shows 8:33.63 from Doha this year as her PB. She also ran 8:38.65 at the Nurmi Games in June. And had 2 @ 8:43 indoors. An excellent season of 3,000 metres races.

    And, a 19 second PB for Efraimson.

    (Edit -- that's for outdoor -- see below.)
    Last edited by Master Po; 08-26-2018 at 09:39 AM.
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    Efraimson finally breaks her HS 9:00.16i from '14.
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    Thanks gh -- that makes my arithmetic up there off by several seconds, as I forgot about the indoor mark.
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    Good Run For Sure
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    Efraimson finally breaks her HS 9:00.16i from '14.
    The mark would put her in the top 10 in NCAA history. While I realize she is not in that system, she is that age, and she attends an NCAA school. More importantly, she beat some very tough women.
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    Who are the pretty tough women that she beat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 26mi235 View Post
    Who are the pretty tough women that she beat?
    Those who placed 4th to “51st”
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