2015 USATF Indoor Champs WEB & TV


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The 2015 USATF Indoor Track & Field Championships will be broadcast live from Boston, Mass on Saturday, February 28 and Sunday, March 1 via USATF.tv and NBCSN. All events from these broadcast windows will be made available for on-demand viewing on USATF.tv.

Broadcast Schedule:
Friday 2/27
On-Demand

Saturday 2/28
LIVE USATF.TV coverage starting at 11:15am with the women’s weight throw.
LIVE NBCSN broadcast from 4:00pm - 6:00pm with LIVE field event coverage on USATF.TV
The Cool Down LIVE at 6pm on USATF.TV

Sunday 3/1
LIVE USATF.TV coverage starting at 11:15am with the men’s weight throw.
LIVE NBCSN broadcast from 4:00pm - 6:00pm with LIVE field event coverage on USATF.TV
The Cool Down LIVE at 6pm on USATF.TV

Schedule is subject to change. Times are posted in Eastern Time.

2015 U.S. Indoor Championship - Day 1 - Friday 2/27
Start Gender Event Round
9:15 a.m. W 60mH Pentathlon
9:30 a.m. M 60m Heptathlon
10:15 a.m. M Long Jump Heptathlon
10:15 a.m. W High Jump Pentathlon
11:15 a.m. M Shot Put Heptathlon
12:15 p.m. W Shot Put Pentathlon
12:15 p.m. M High Jump Heptathlon
1:15 p.m. W Long Jump Pentathlon
2:15 p.m. W 800m Pentathlon
2:30 p.m. Day 1 Session Ends

2015 U.S. Indoor Championship - Day 2 - Saturday, 2/28
TV Window - 4:00 to 6:00pm (Eastern Time)
Start Gender Event Round
10:00 a.m. M 60mH Heptathlon
11:15 a.m. W 20# wt. Throw Final
11:15 a.m. M Pole Vault Heptathlon
12:30 p.m. M 300m 1st Round
12:50 p.m. W 300m 1st Round
1:08 p.m. M 2 Mile RW Final
1:30 p.m. M Long Jump Final
1:30 p.m. W 60mH 1st Round
1:52 p.m. M 60mH 1st Round
2:12 p.m. W 60m 1st Round
2:32 p.m. M 60m 1st Round
2:52 p.m. M 1000m Hep Final
3:05 p.m. C Opening Ceremony
3:19 p.m. W 1000m 1st Round
3:20 p.m. M Pole Vault Final
3:41 p.m. M 1000m 1st Round
3:45 p.m. M High Jump Final
3:50 p.m. W Long Jump Final
4:04 p.m. W One Mile Final
4:10 p.m. M Shot Put Final
4:21 p.m. W 600m 1st Round
4:43 p.m. W 300m Final-b
4:52 p.m. W 300m Final-a
5:02 p.m. M 600m 1st Round
5:24 p.m. M 300m Final-b
5:33 p.m. M 300m Final-a
5:44 p.m. M Two Mile Final
6:00 p.m. Day 2 Session Ends

2015 U.S. Indoor Championship - Day 3 - Sunday, 3/1
TV Window - 4:00 to 6:00pm (Eastern Time)
Start Gender Event Round
11:15 a.m. M 35# wt. Throw Final
1:30 p.m. W 60m Semi Finals
1:40 p.m. W Triple Jump Final
1:45 p.m. M 60m Semi Finals
2:00 p.m. W 60mH Semi Finals
2:15p.m. M 60mH Semi Finals
2:35 p.m. mstM 1500m exhibition
2:45 p.m. W Pole Vault Final
2:50 p.m. mstW 300m exhibition
3:05 p.m. W 2 Mile RW Final
3:15 p.m. W High Jump Final
3:20 p.m. W Shot Put Final
4:00 p.m. M Triple Jump Final
4:05 p.m. M One Mile Final
4:31 p.m. W 600m Final
4:40 p.m. M 600m Final
4:49 p.m. W 1000m Final
4:59 p.m. M 1000m Final
5:09 p.m. W Two Mile Final
5:25 p.m. M 60m Final
5:34 p.m. W 60m Final
5:44 p.m. M 60mH Final
5:54 p.m. W 60mH Final
5:57 p.m. Day 3 Session & Championship Ends

STATUS OF ENTRIES
http://www.usatf.org/Events---Calendar/2015/USATF-Indoor-Track---Field-Championships/Status-of-Entries.aspx


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Wineturtle for President.


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File under:VERY ODD SEEDING?
EDIT on review of submitted seed times not that odd and I’ll modify> to be four time qs

I would not be surprised to see (delete-all five) 4 time qualifiers come out of the first heat.
Event 28 Men 1000 Meter Run

Saturday 2/28/2015 - 3:41 PM
Top 2 + 5 fastest to final
2 alley final 6+3
2 turn stagger
World: 2:14.96 3/9/1997 Wilson Kipketer, DEN
American: 2:16.76 3/2/2014 David Torrence, Nike
Name Year Team

Heat 1 Prelims
1 Michael Rutt Hoka N J N Y
2 Joseph Gioielli Unattached
3 Kyle Merber Hoka One One
4 Cory Leslie Nike
5 James Gilreath adidas Tm Green
6 Robby Andrews adidas
7 Liam Boylan-Pett N J N Y TC

Heat 2 Prelims
2 Daniel Guerrero Big Bear TC
3 Jeremy Wilk Unattached
4 Benjamin Scheetz N J N Y TC
5 Thomas Scott Unattached
6 Harun Abda Nike / OTC Elite
7 Shawn Roberts N J N Y TC


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Andrews/Merber for heat 1, Abda and Roberts for heat 2.

Leslie, Rutt, Scheetz, Boylan-Pett qualify on time.

Betcha an ice cream cone.


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Gilreath for the last time q.

Gags is going to be really really busy taking splits in this one:D


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I know it was just a heat, but Andrews looks like a very different runner than what he has the last few years. Staying in contact the whole race, he looks lighter and more fit and he looked extremely relaxed and fluid the whole race. I thought he looked great. Hope this is a harbinger of things to come.


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1 Robby Andrews adidas 2:19.85 Q 1 (1)
2 Kyle Merber Hoka One One 2:19.92 Q 1 (2)
3 Michael Rutt Hoka N J N Y 2:20.02 q 1 (3)
4 Cory Leslie Nike 2:20.52 q 1 (4)
5 Joseph Gioielli Unattached 2:21.87 q 1 (5)
6 James Gilreath adidas Tm Green 2:21.95 q 1 (6)
7 Liam Boylan-Pett N J N Y TC 2:23.45 q 1 (7)
8 Thomas Scott Unattached 2:24.17 Q 2 (1)
9 Harun Abda Nike / OTC Elite 2:24.24 (2:24.232) Q 2 (2)
10 Benjamin Scheetz N J N Y TC 2:24.24 (2:24.236) 2 (3)
11 Shawn Roberts N J N Y TC 2:24.38 2 (4)
12 Jeremy Wilk Unattached 2:26.11 2 (5)
13 Daniel Guerrero Big Bear TC 2:27.82 2 (6)


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Looks like this is Andrews race. Getting his first U.S. Championship would an excellent step towards the championship cycle coming up.


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I agree Andrews has been looking sharp but I’m sticking with Merber as my pick here.

Abda should not be a guy who can bully the pace. Why that second heat did not race for all 5 q spots and the two by right slots baffles me. By 400m the chance of any of them going sub 2:23.5 was out the window and they were racing for the two Qs only.

Enjoyable meet so far. I really hope the mile is crazy fast from the gun.


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Up and running for Sunday

2015 USATF Indoor Championship - Day 3 - Sunday, 3/1
TV Window - 4:00 to 6:00pm (Eastern Time)
Start Gender Event Round
11:15 a.m. M 35# wt. Throw Final
1:30 p.m. W 60m Semi Finals
1:40 p.m. W Triple Jump Final
1:45 p.m. M 60m Semi Finals
2:00 p.m. W 60mH Semi Finals
2:15p.m. M 60mH Semi Finals
2:35 p.m. mstM 1500m exhibition
2:45 p.m. W Pole Vault Final
2:50 p.m. mstW 300m exhibition
3:05 p.m. W 2 Mile RW Final
3:15 p.m. W High Jump Final
3:20 p.m. W Shot Put Final
4:00 p.m. M Triple Jump Final
4:05 p.m. M One Mile Final
4:31 p.m. W 600m Final
4:40 p.m. M 600m Final
4:49 p.m. W 1000m Final
4:59 p.m. M 1000m Final
5:09 p.m. W Two Mile Final
5:25 p.m. M 60m Final
5:34 p.m. W 60m Final
5:44 p.m. M 60mH Final
5:54 p.m. W 60mH Final
5:57 p.m. Day 3 Session & Championship Ends


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ROBBY MF ANDREWS

He looked incredible.

Cas Loxsom a new American Record, I do think that next year we could see a world record if there was someone to push him.

Ajee wilson got crazy stepped on in her race, Montano takes the win. ( Ajee I feel definitely would have won)

Rowbury takes the 2 mile and 1 mile double.


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Liked Merbers last 40meters that fire was there. I think he made all the right tactical moves-including running wide instead of trying to go forward to the pole.
Andrews is in sharp shape. Nice to see and hear his positive attitude. No-one else in the room was going to close at or better than 25.low to overcome his lead.
Rutt and Leslie (I missed that he was also in the signed to double camp) made the right choice and got checks. I have to watch it again but think I’ll like Leslies race a bit better the second time around.
I did not see Justins jumps but am glad he’s fit and injuryfree enough to be out there jumping.
I have to rewatch Eriks race. Lox was not going to take second today. AR! Wieczorek had to go atound 38 low from 300 out and he still had enough left for a good scramble for the line.

Amy Acuff -almost didn’t recognize her thought she’d be in her winter fur for sure.


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Hasay again proves she has zero top end.


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These races are SIGNIFICANTLY shorter than her real race distance.


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She regularly gets her butt kicked in the last lap or two of a 5/10 too. She can’t or won’t run a blistering average pace, which is tactically foolish for somebody with zero kick.


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This sounds an awful lot like what people said about Galen a few years back. It seems to me that Salazar is attempting to develop Jordan in much the same way. She has continually improved across every distance in almost every season. She ran 9:43 yesterday closing in 4:36 leading from a long way out. Pretty decent for a 10k runner with “zero kick”.


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Robby Andres. Must be the man-bun.

Cas. Watch out for him at the 2016 Trials.


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With symmonds running the 1500 this year,My bets are on Solomon Cas and Andrews, although Cas needs to lower his pr by a decent bit.


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I can’t help but think Loxsom’s money event has been and always will be the 600 and he will be hard pressed to reach the same level of success at 800. Hopefully I’m wrong.