Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Shinji Nakadai Wins 100 km World Championships (updated)

http://www.iaaf.org/news/kind=100/newsid=58696.html

Tokyo-based men's winner Shinji Nakadai is one of my fellow coaches at the Harriers running club.

2010 I.A.U. 100 km World Championships
Gibraltar, 11/7/10
Men
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1. Shinji Nakadai (Japan) - 6:43:44
2. Jonas Buud (Sweden) - 6:47:40
3. Michael Wardian (U.S.A.) - 6:49:18
4. Noriyuki Araki (Japan) - 6:50:00
5. Oleksandr Holovnytskyy (Ukraine) - 6:51:03

Men's Teams
1. Japan - 20:32:21
2. U.S.A. - 20:46:04
3. France - 21:05:52

Women
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1. Ellie Greenwood (GBR) - 7:29:05
2. Monica Carlin (Italy) - 7:30:50
3. Lizzy Hawker (GBR) - 7:33:26
4. Gloria Vinstedt (Sweden) - 7:37:06
5. Meghan Arbogast (U.S.A.) - 7:46:01

Women's Teams
1. GBR - 23:16:54
2. Italy - 23:47:11
3. Japan - 24:00:22

3 comments:

TokyoRacer said...

20:12 5k x 20. Wow!

5th woman Meghan Arbogast is 49 years old and ran a 2:45:46 a month before at Twin Cities.

Brett Larner said...

When I was training for my first 100 km last fall Shinji ran some of the longer runs with me and gave me some advice. He works full-time at NEC as well as coaching at Harriers.

Simon said...

How many laps of the Imperial Palace or Yoyogi does he run in training? ;-)