Women's Steeple Final - 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials

Women's Steeple Final - 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials

Women's Steeple Final Now!

1. Coburn 9:32



2. Franek 9:35




3. Kipp 9:35



1 Emma Coburn  Colorado 9:32.78              
 2 Bridget Franek  Nike / Oregon TC Elite 9:35.62              
 3 Shalaya Kipp  Colorado 9:35.73              
 4 Ashley Higginson Saucony 9:38.06              
 5 Lisa Aguilera Nike 9:41.95              
 6 Carrie Dimoff Bowerman Athletic Club 9:45.01              
 7 Delilah DiCrescenzo Puma / New Jersey New York T C 9:46.30              
 8 Sara Hall Asics 9:47.63              
 9 Stephanie Garcia New Balance 9:50.74              
 10 Sarah Pease Unattached 9:53.62              
 11 Mason Cathey Saucony 9:54.07              
 12 Jamie Cheever Oiselle / Team USA Minnesota 9:56.51              
 13 Rebeka Stowe Kansas 10:02.82              
 14 Rebecca Wade Rice University 10:10.50


Going to London!


     
 1 Carrie Dimoff Bowerman Athletic Club
 2 Lisa Aguilera Nike
 3 Emma Coburn Colorado
 4 Stephanie Garcia New Balance
 5 Shalaya Kipp Colorado
 6 Delilah DiCrescenzo Puma / New Jersey New York T C
 7 Rebecca Wade Rice University
 8 Sara Hall Asics
 9 Ashley Higginson Saucony
 10 Rebeka Stowe Kansas
 11 Jamie Cheever Oiselle / Team USA Minnesota
 12 Mason Cathey Saucony
 13 Bridget Franek Nike / Oregon TC Elite
 14 Sarah Pease Unattached





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