NYRR Fifth Avenue Mile Results


#1

Men:

  1. Nick Willis: New Zealand - 3:52.1
  2. Bernard Lagat: United States - 3:52.9
  3. Garrett Heath: United State - 3:53.0
  4. Ryan Hill: United States - 3:54.0
  5. Will Leer: United States - 3:53.1
  6. David Torrence: United States - 3:53.2
  7. Craig Miller: United States - 3:53.7
  8. Collis Birmingham: Australia - 3:54.3
  9. Matthew Elliott: United States - 3:54.7
  10. Ben Blankenship: United States - 3:55.7
  11. Leo Manzano: United States - 3:56.0
  12. Ben St. Lawrence: Australia - 3:56.2
  13. Evan Jager: United States - 3:57.6
  14. Ryan Gregson: Australia - 3:56.2
  15. Dan Huling: United States - 3:58.1
  16. Andy Baddeley: United Kingdon - 3:58.7
  17. Nick Symmonds: United States - 4:00.1
  18. Brett Robinson: Australia - 4:02.0
  19. Lopez Lomong: United State - 4:02.8

Women

  1. Jenny Simpson: United States - 4:19.3
  2. Morgan Uceny: United States - 4:23.4
  3. Susan Kuijken: Netherlands - 4:24.2
  4. Violah Lagat: Kenya - 4:25.1
  5. Margherita Magnani: Italy - 4:26.9
  6. Hannah England: United Kingdom - 4:26.8
  7. Charlene Thomas: United Kingdom - 4:26.9
  8. Heather Kamp: United States - 4:27.8
  9. Katie Mackey: United States - 4:28.3
  10. Shannon Rowbury: United States - 4:28.3
  11. Gabrielle Anderson: United States - 4:29.0
  12. Sara Vaughn: United States - 4:29.8
  13. Zoe Buckman: Australia - 4:30.0
  14. Chelsea Reilly: United States - 4:30.8
  15. Ellish McColgan: United Kingdom - 4:30.9

http://web2.nyrrc.org/cgi-bin/htmlos.cgi/aes-programs/results/startup.html?result.id=b20922&result.year=2013


#2

Willis came on very, very well at the end of the year. Nice run.


#3

Sub 4:20!!! Good job Jenny!

Leo’s time doesn’t seem to match up with his place? Zup with that, typo?

Bow-Tie Boone was within a C-hair of sub 4. Has he ever run sub 4? Or was this a PB for him?


#4

Yep, he ran 3:56.0 I believe.


#5


#6

Women’s course record is 4:16.68! By of all folks, Patti Sue Plumer - set in 1990.


#7

I guess fishing isn’t such a good way to train for a mile.

My tough regiment of crabbing and fishing proved to be insufficient preparation for #5thAveMile. Still, had a fun time. Thanks @nyrr!

https://twitter.com/NickSymmonds


#8

I think the Norwegians did a study on this.