2019 Race Results
Current year race results include the following, with new races and results added frequently.
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Josh Sealand again shone, running a two second lifetime best for 3:45 over 1500m. Brendon Fish earned a solid third in his heat at 1:50.38. Ayla Granados, Tasia Potasinski, and Tori Tsolis (1500m) all his seasonal improvements, along with Carmen Mejia in the 800m. Maya Weigel, Matt Lenehan (both 5000m), and Steven Grolle and Maddy Berkson (1500m) competed, but did not improve on personal best times.
Josh Sealand ran 3:54 for a huge PR and club road best. Brendon Fish dipped under 4:00 at 3:59, and Steven Grolle also cracked the top 10. For the women Maddy Berkson ran a strong personal best of 4:26, while Maya Weigel also PR’ed at 4:32 and Tori Tsolis improved on the year to 4:38. Josh Gruver was among the top age group finishers.
Maddy Berkson won her first PAUSATF GP race, while Matt Lenehan earned another top 10 finish.
PDC put 5 women in the top 13 and 5 men in the top 25, led by Mara Olson (2nd US and Bay Area) and Matt Leach (2nd Bay Area).
Maya Weigel (5000m), Maddy Berkson (1500m), and Tori Tsolis (1500m) all competed.
Ayla Granados improved her outdoor season best in the 1500m while Josh Sealand equaled his season best in the 5000m.
Chandler Kemp improved his personal best by 5 minutes to finish 8th overall and 3rd Canadian.
Maddy Berkson was third overall and second PA woman, while Brendon Fish earned 4th and third PA ahead of top 10 finishes from Steven Grolle and Trevor Halsted.
Marissa Ferrante took home the title, her first pro win!
Maddy Berkson kicked to a narrow lifetime best in the 1500m, while Tasia Potasinski weathered a bumpy race in the same heat. Josh Sealand notched a second best ever lifetime mark in the 5000m while Maya Weigel had a solid opener in the 5000m.
Victoria O’Neil and Steven Grolle earned twin fifth places overall, while Melinda DiNapoli competed well amongst 40+ athletes.
Tori Tsolis won her heat of the 800m, while Tasia Potasinski took third in hers. Maddy Berkson took second in her heat of the 1500m with a season’s best. Josh Sealand and Steven Grolle took first and third in their heat of the 1500m as well. Marissa Ferrante ran her first track race since 2012, earning third in her heat of the 5000m.
Ayla Granados took fourth in her 1500m heat.
Caitlin Chrisman snagged her second best time ever, clocking 2:40:29 for 16th overall American. Tom Tayeri shot to the top of the World Marathon Majors age group lists with a 2:44:59.
Maya Weigel won with a quick time in the 16:30s with Mara Olson second and Maddy Berkson 4th. Christine Hoffman also opened her 2019 with a top 10 finish. For the men, Trevor Halsted kicked home for a negative split runner-up performance while Matt Lenehan finished 6th.
Easter 5K (Durango, CO)
Maggie Yount won overall while pushing the stroller, just ahead of Sam.
Chandler Kemp was only one second off the club best, with a new PR of 50:55 for 7th. Mara Olson had a strong 6th place. Matt Lenehan was among the top 15, Victoria O’Neil among the top 20, and Brent Varga in the top 10 in his age group.
Maggie Yount earned the victory in her hometown race.
Maddy Berkson competed in the 800m
Carmen Mejia opened her outdoor season in the 800m.
Matt Leach improved his 10,000m best to 28:21, at that time top British mark and 4th in the world for 2019. Maddy Berkson and Maya Weigel also competed in the 1500m.
Chandler Kemp set a lifetime best in the 10,000m, running 29:57, while Josh Sealand raced to his second fastest time ever in the 5000 (14:27), and Courtney Heiner had a strong opener in the 3000m steeple. Benedikt Bünz opened his season in the 1500m.
Matt Lenehan took the victory.
Amy Schnittger ran a gutsy 2:45:02 for 14th place.
A team of Victoria O’Neil, Mara Olson, Olivia Mickle, and Tasia Potasinski earned first place in the inaugural edition of this event on the Pacific Association Grand Prix.
Josh Sealand took third in a new PR of 4:05, while Maya Weigel was 4th. Benedikt Bünz and Carmen Mejia also placed in the top 10 on each side. All came back in the 5K, where Maya won.
Marissa Ferrante ran as the designated female leprechaun to catch, and was not caught.
Matt Leach opened his track season with a 3rd place 3:48 in the 1500, Brendon Fish also competed, but was hampered by a hamstring during the race.
Courtney Heiner won her second straight 2K steeple, while Josh Gruver earned second place in the same event.
Marissa Ferrante got her first top 10 of 2019.
Chandler Kemp won the inaugural half event in a new personal best.
Dena Evans and Melinda DiNapoli earned their sixth World Marathon Majors star.
Trevor Halsted took third place.
Marissa Ferrante opened her season in the top 25.
Ayla Granados and Tasia Potasinski competed in the 2 Mile, but neither improved upon season bests.
Ayla Granados earned a club best in her first indoor mile.
Tasia Potasinski earned a new personal best and USATF Indoors qualifier of 9:23, while Maddy Berkson narrowly missed a personal best in the same event.
Trevor Halsted won the always competitive event.
Chandler Kemp and Benedikt Bünz finished first and second.
Ayla Granados made her second appearance for Team USA, finishing 17th.
Five athletes competed in multiple events, yielding results including indoor club bests at 600m (Carmen Mejia and Benedikt Bünz), 800m (Maddy Berkson), 1000m (Mejia), and Mile (Berkson). Tori Tsolis also competed in the mile.
Los Gatos Resolution Run (Los Gatos, CA)
Melinda DiNapoli finished second in the icy trail race along the Los Gatos Creek Trail.