The bulk of the races are finishing now. There will be some good times for the 10K and 20K. The fastest elites will be toying with finishing under 4:03:00. How many will there be?
Both Miranda and Katie show Olympic potential and could very well make the team in 2016. Their 20K is just a training jaunt at a sub 7:55 per mile pace.
Sandor Racz blitzed the course to win the 10K in 1:28:33 or 7:08 per mile.
Rachel Seaman finishes 1st female in 20K with a modest 1:37:03 or 7:49 per mile for training.
Anthony Peters collapsed at the finish, but had a 20K time of 1:37:44 or 7:52 per mile.
Peters did later recover. Miranda and Katie finished right afterwards.
Finish line personnel quickly came to assistance of Peters. No EMT required.
Coach Tim listens to Miranda's post-race animated discussion.
If only the camera had a microphone there...
Yes, all the elites seem have a loss of contact not visible to the human eye.
John Nunn reaches half way point in well under 2:00:00. What are prospects for a sub 4:03:00 to qualify for the 2016 Olympics? This might be last hurrah. It's 10:54 am
Likewise Erin Taylor-Talcott is approaching two hours, but has a way to go to reach the half way point. She has 23 laps to go.
Samir Cesar Sabadin (25, Brazil) receives a yellow paddle with 19 laps to go.
Caio Bonfim (11, Brazil) finishes 1st in 50K with time of 4:02:20 at a pace of 7:48 per mile even though the race clock shows 4:01:44.