2018 Race Results
Current year race results include the following, with new races and results added frequently.
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4 women finished in the top 15, led by Kaitlin Goodman in 4th and Amy Schnittger in 8th. 3 men were in the top 21, with Max Norris leading in 18th. Matt Lenehan and Vitor Rodrigues also competed, while Benedikt Bünz earned 2nd overall in the Hayes Street Hill Challenge.
Natalie Tanner was 13th, helping Germany to the team bronze in her first international competition. Matt Leach was 7th in the concurrent British Championships, 22nd overall in a deep field.
Ayla Granados improved her season's best in the 1500m to 4:13. Maya Weigel ran 15:58 again in the 5000m, and Tasia Potasinski had yet another 1500m time under last year's PR.
Tasia Potasinski was 6th in the 1500m.
Benedikt Bünz was 4th in the 800m.
Carmen Mejia was 3rd in Heat 2 of the 800m, with a season's best of 2:10.30.
Kaitlin Goodman won.
Maya Weigel won, Ayla Granados was second, and April Greer top 30 for the women, while Trevor Halsted was 3rd for the men.
Caitlin Chrisman was 4th.
Amy Schnittger was 24th in a tough race on a hilly course.
Kaitlin Goodman brought home the win.
Tasia Potasinski had yet another PR, this time as she won the 800m in 2:08. Ayla was close behind as she won her heat of the 800m as well (Carmen Mejia 6th in Tasia's heat). Benedikt Bünz improved his season's best in the 1500m and Josh MacDonald was fifth in the 5000m.
Matt Leach (13:54) and Natalie Tanner had lifetime bests over 5000m, as did Tasia Potasinki. Collin Leibold made his 2018 track debut in the 1500m, while Ayla Granados, Maya Weigel (1500m), and Courtney Heiner (steeple) competed, but did not improve on seasonal bests.
Max Norris was a strong second with Benedikt Bünz and Matt Lenehan also in the top 10. Andrea Thyen earned her first PA top 10, with Victoria O'Neil in 11th and April Greer improving over last year.
Vitor Rodrigues won and Melinda DiNapoli earned a photo finish second place.
Evan Appel closed in 62 for a close second in the 5000m.
Bryan Crook took 3rd in his first 10 mile race.
Ben Mears was runner-up.
April Greer won.
Earth Day 5K (Durango, CO)
Maggie Yount was second woman while pushing the stroller, while Sam won overall.
Tasia Potasinski earned a lifetime PR by winning her 1500m heat. Matt Leach won his 1500m heat as well with Benedikt Bünz only a few places behind. Courtney Heiner (steeple), and Max Norris (10,000m) had season bests, and Josh MacDonald raced his first steeple in two years.
Ayla Granados won her 800m heat in a new lifetime best.
Evan Appel had a 12 second PR, Victoria O'Neil a 6 second PR, and Amy Schnittger a 2nd best time ever in the 5000m. Carmen Mejia had a seasonal best in the 800.
Ayla Granados was 14th in the invitational 1500m.
Maya Weigel enjoyed another huge PR of 15:58 in the 5000m, taking 5th.
Andrea Thyen won the inaugural race, with Chandler Kemp taking 3rd and Jake Petralia earning 5th.
Hoka One One Santa Barbara Easter Relays Elite Miles (Santa Barbara, CA)
Ayla Granados set a club best for the track mile at 4:38.49, taking third place, with Tasia Potasinski also competing.
Woody Wilson Invitational (Davis, CA)
Lifetime best for Victoria O'Neil and seasonal improvement for Courtney Heiner in the 1500m.
Greer Park 4 Mile (Durango, CO)
Sam Yount took home the W.
United Rock 'n' Roll San Francisco Half Marathon (San Francisco, CA)
Matt Lenehan won while Andrea Thyen took second.
Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run (Washington D.C.)
Matt Jablonski set a new competitive club best at 50:54, with Collin Leibold close behind in his first competitive effort of 2018.
Sactown 10 Miler / PAUSATF GP (Sacramento, CA)
Caitlin Chrisman took 7th in a controlled effort and Ben Mears 17th.
Run the Rim 10K (Fort Lewis, CO)
Maggie Yount won.
Cooper River Bridge Run 10K (Charleston, SC)
Kaitlin Goodman earned her second straight top US finish and top 10.
Pomona-Pitzer Invitational (Claremont, CA)
Maya Weigel earned fourth in the 1500m, just one second off her PR.
SF State Distance Carnival (Hayward, CA)
Carmen Mejia took fourth in the 800m.
Stanford Track & Field Invitational (Stanford, CA)
Natalie Tanner ran a 65 second personal best in the 10,000m for 32:35, good for 13th in the world for 2018. Amy Schnittger and Caitlin Chrisman also PR'ed in the 10,000m, while Maya Weigel earned a 12 second 5000m best and Ayla Granados ran her second fastest 5000m on the track. Courtney Heiner had a strong 3000m steeplechase opener.
SF State Distance Carnival (Hayward, CA)
Tasia Potasinski won the 1500m, Evan Appel earned a five second PR in the 5000m, and Victoria O'Neil ran her second fastest ever 10,000m. Max Norris also competed in his first 10,000m and Benedikt Bünz had a solid opener in the 5000m.
Oakland Running Festival (Oakland, CA)
Carmen Mejia took 2nd in the 5K.
Newport -Mesa Spirit Run Mile / 5K (Newport Beach, CA)
Ayla Granados won the Elite MIle in 4:35 with Maya Weigel close behind in second and Carmen Mejia with a strong 8th. Benedikt Bünz ran 4:08 for 8th on the men's side. Granados and Weigel doubled back to take 2nd and 3rd in the 5K, where Bünz also competed.
United NYC Half Marathon (New York, NY)
Matt Leach was 22nd in a deep pro field. Melinda DiNapoli and Dena Evans also competed.
She.Is.Beautiful. 5K / 10K (Santa Cruz, CA)
Amy Schnittger won the 10K, while Natalie Tanner won the 5K, with Victoria O'Neil 3rd.
Napa Valley Trail Half Marathon (Calistoga, CA)
Tania Morimoto took the victory in her first trail race.
Trevor Halsted led 7 men in the top 15 to a strong runner-up team finish in our GP team score of the year.
Courtney Heiner won the 2000m steeple and Carmen Mejia opened her post-collegiate career with a win in the 800m
Amy Schnittger, Natalie Tanner, Victoria O'Neil, and Andrea Thyen went 1-2-3-4 on the women's side, while Jake Petralia won overall and Melinda DiNapoli won her age group.
Bryan Crook took the victory.
Caitlin Chrisman won in the first PAUSATF Long Course GP action of the year.
Courtney Heiner won the 1500m and took 6th in the 800m. Cristhian Montenegro took 5th in Heat 1 of the 800m
Heather Hunt won a year's worth of Chik-Fil-A!
UC Berkeley All-Comer (Berkeley, CA)
Max Norris won the 3200m with a big close, while Cristhian Montenegro opened up his 800m campaign.
Courtney Heiner won in her second straight appearance in this event.
Natalie Tanner took second in her 5000m heat, running just off her personal best in 16:11. Ayla Granados also opened near her personal best in the 3000m at 9:23, and newcomer Tasia Potasinski took home 9:38 in her first ever 3000.
Trevor Halsted (3rd), Chandler Kemp, and Josh MacDonald all finished in the top 10, with Amy Schnittger earning runner-up position on the women's side. Dena Evans also competed.
Ben Mears opened 2018 with a third place finish while Evan Appel won the 5K.
Los Gatos All-Comers (Los Gatos, CA)
Cristhian Montenegro competed in the 400 and the 2 mile
Ayla Granados and Rebecca Mehra competed for the 7th place Team USA squad.