Westaway and Arop set new Canadian records
Canadian records proceed to fall this 2019 indoor season, as Jenna Westaway and Marco Arop took down two extra on Friday and Saturday. Westaway ran 2:37.04 on Friday on the Boston Valentine Invitational to wreck the 1,000m report previously held by way of Dianne Cummins at 2:38.24. Her mark puts her second on the planet lately.
— FloTrack (@FloTrack) February Nine, 2019
Arop of Mississippi State ran a stunning 1:45.90 on Saturday at Clemson University which may be the second one quickest time on the planet for 2019 and an NCAA best ten all-time indoors. Arop bested the Canadian indoor 800m report by way of over part a 2nd, taking the report from Gary Reid who set it at 1:46.47 in 2004. In the previous yr, either one of Reid’s records have fallen. Brandon McBride, who additionally attended Mississippi State, took down his out of doors mark on the Monaco Diamond League in 2018.
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— Trent Stellingwerff (@TStellingwerff) February Nine, 2019
Westaway set up Friday’s race as a transparent report try. She used to be paced via 450 metres by way of her teammate Jenna Smith, and took price from there on. Westaway is lately in her ultimate yr of U Sport eligibility and competing for the University of Guelph.
Arop is just a sophomore at Mississippi. He stuck the eye of the working group after his sturdy NCAA out of doors efficiency, and stunning win on the Canadian nationwide championships frightening Canadian report holder McBride.
Both runners will now stay up for their respective championship races. Westaway will compete on the U Sport Championship and Arop on the NCAA Indoor Championships. Both occasions happen March 7-Nine, 2019.
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