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Stanford Invitational - Japanese Results

Stanford Invitational
Palo Alto, U.S.A., 3/30/18
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Women's 10000 m Invitational
1. Gwen Jorgensen (Bowerman TC) - 31:55.68
2. Carrie Dimoff (Bowerman TC) - 31:57.85
3. Karissa Schweizer (Missouri) - 32:00.55
4. Alice Wright (New Mexico) - 32:15.73
5. Sharon Lokedi (Kansas) - 32:21.19
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18. Misaki Hayashida (Toyota Jidoshokki) - 33:46.16

Men's 5000 m Invitational
1. Zach Long (Tennessee) - 13:39.22
2. Luc Bruchet (Canada) - 13:39.62
3. Tyler Day (Northern Arizona) - 13:40.22
4. Cole Rockhold (Colorado St.) - 13:40.29
5. George Parsons (Adidas) - 13:40.37
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8. Shota Onizuka (Tokai Univ.) - 13:43.54
11. Hayato Seki (Tokai Univ.) - 13:51.45

Men's 3000 m SC Invitational
1. Yusuke Uchikoshi (Boise State) - 8:38.32
2. Matt Owens (BYU) - 8:39.41
3. Daniel Carney (BYU) - 8:42.17
4. Jamaine Coleman (Eastern Kentucky) - 8:42.21
5. Jacob Heslington (BYU) - 8:43.41
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11. Ryohei Sakaguchi (Tokai Univ.) - 9:01.34

Men's 1500 m Invitational
1. Peter Callahan (unattached) - 3:38.41
2. Drew Hunter (Adidas) - 3:39.49
3. Sam Prakel (Oregon) - 3:39.76
4. Mick Stanovsek (Oregon) - 3:39.96
5. Reed Brown (Oregon) - 3:40.28
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8. Ryoji Tatezawa (Tokai Univ.) - 3:41.82

Men's 1500 m Section 3
1. Shoma Funatsu (Chuo Univ.) - 3:42.66
2. Chandler Teigen (Washington St.) - 3:43.13
3. Jack Anstey (Illinois State) - 3:43.22
4. Trent Mazelli (Portland) - 3:43.57
5. Patrick Parker (BYU) - 3:45.80

Women's 1500 m Section 2
1. Alexis Fuller (Boise State) - 4:17.80
2. Yui Fukuda (Toyota Jidoshokki) - 4:20.44
3. Susan Ejore (Oregon) - 4:21.39
4. Anna Maxwell (Washington) - 4:21.47
5. Carina Viljoen (Arkansas) - 4:21.99

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Comments

Anonymous said…
I think there was one additional result: Misaki Hayashida, 18th in the women's 10000m invitational.
Brett Larner said…
Whoops, missed that one. Thanks.

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