Thursday, May 04, 2017

Your Guide to the Payton Jordan

Expect great night of racing at Cobb Track
Your Guide to the Payton Jordan
David Kiefer

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STANFORD, Calif. – The Payton Jordan Invitational, in its 22nd year, has become the destination for fast distance running,  and more magic on the track is expected Friday night at Cobb Track and Angell Field.

Last year's meet included three national records, and three world-leading, eight U.S.-leading, and seven collegiate-leading marks. In addition, the meet provided launching points for 2016 Olympians such as Matthew Centrowitz, the first American to win an Olympic 1,500 since 1908, and steeplechaser Evan Jager, who captured silver. Both Centrowitz and Jager are scheduled to compete once again.

To comprehend the quality and depth of these races, consider that 52 men broke 14 minutes in the 5,000 last year and 41 women broke 16 minutes. In addition, 34 women broke 33 minutes in the 10,000 and 33 men broke 29.

Twice, the U.S. 10,000 record has been broken at the Payton Jordan, first by Meb Keflezighi (27:13.98) in 2001 and then by Chris Solinsky (26:59.60) in 2010.

The men's racing features two of the nation's top collegiate runners -- Oregon's Edward Cheserek and Justyn Knight of Syracuse. And Stanford junior Olivia Baker, the 2016 NCAA women's outdoor 800 runner-up, will be seeking a fast time as well. Last year, 17 school records were broken.

Here is a glance at the meet with links on how to follow:

Payton Jordan Invitational
Stanford, Calif.
Venue: Cobb Track and Angell Field
Events Begin: Discus, 11:30 a.m.; Running events, 5 p.m.-midnight.
Final Meet Schedule: Click here.

Follow the meet:
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Meet Twitter: @StanfordMeets
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For adults, tickets are $10 each day. For youths, seniors, and staff, tickets are $5 each day. The ticket booth outside the entrance to the track stadium opens at 8 a.m. each day.
More ticket information: Click here.

Parking is free everywhere on campus after 4 p.m. on weekdays. The best options are at Varsity Lot (next to Sunken Diamond) and Lot 2 (on the El Camino Real side of Stanford Stadium). Access to both is from Nelson Road/Sam McDonald Road off Galvez Street.


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Here are previews of the fast sections of each distance race, in order of the time schedule:

6:55 p.m., Women's steeplechase
IAAF World Championships qualifying: 9:42.00
U.S. Championships qualifying: 9:50.00
World leader: 9:43.65, Elinor Purrier (New Hampshire)
U.S. leader: 9:43.65, Elinor Purrier (New Hampshire)
Collegiate: 9:43.65, Elinor Purrier (New Hampshire)
Stadium record: 9:28.26, Emma Coburn (Colorado), 2013
Meet record: 9:28.26, Emma Coburn (Colorado), 2013
Stanford record: 10:01.53, Lindsay Allen, 2008

Notes: Canada's Genevieve Lalonde and Argentina's Belen Casetta are national record-holders. Lalonde was second in a duel with New Mexico's Courtney Frerichs last year, and went on to set a Canadian standard of 9:30.24 in the Rio Olympics while advancing to the final … This race includes four 2016 NCAA finalists, including runner-up Jessica Kamilos of Arkansas, as well as ex-Harvard runner Paige Kouba, the 2016 Stanford Invitational winner, and two other graduates, Erin Teschuk (North Dakota State) and Katie Landwehr (Michigan State) … Mel Lawrence earned a No. 9 U.S. ranking for 2016 from Track & Field News.

Recent winners:
2016: Courtney Frerichs (New Mexico), 9:29.31
2015: Courtney Frerichs (UMKC), 9:32.12
2014: Shalaya Kipp (Colorado), 9:39.12
2013: Emma Coburn (Colorado), 9:28.26
2012: Shalaya Kipp (Colorado), 9:43.09
2011: Emma Coburn (Colorado), 9:40.51
2010: Lindsay Allen (Adidas), 10:02.66
2009: Lindsey Anderson (Nike), 9:35.30
2008: Anna Willard (Nike), 9:37.73
2007: Lindsey Anderson (Weber State), 9:39.95
2006: Lisa Galaviz (Nike), 9:46.87
2005: Lisa Galaviz (unat.), 9:50.93
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7:20 p.m., Men's steeplechase
IAAF World Championships qualifying: 8:32.00
U.S. Championships qualifying: 8:40.00
World leader: 8:25.28, Getnet Wale (Ethiopia)
U.S. leader: 8:32.48, Brian Barraza
Collegiate leader: 8:40.57, Troy Reeder (Furman)
Stadium record: 8:11.76, Ramond Yator (Kenya), 2001
Meet record: 8:21.34, Matt Hughes (unattached), 2013
Stanford record: 8:32.09, Ian Dobson, 2004

Notes: Louisville senior Edwin Kibichiy was third at the 2016 NCAA Championships in the steeple, with a best of 8:30.87, and eighth in NCAA cross country … Michael Jordan won the Stanford Invitational on March 31 in 8:33.31 … Furman's Troy Reeder is the collegiate leader at 8:40.57 … Mike Hardy (8:32.55 last year) hit a barrier at the Olympic Trials, contributing to him pulling out of his race in the preliminary round … Darren Fahy was fifth at NCAA's last year while running for Georgetown … Jose Pena holds the Venezuelan national record of 8:20.87, set in 2013. He broke his own national record of 8:24.06 from the 2012 Olympic Games and is a 2013 South American champion ... Anthony Rotich won NCAA steeple titles in 2013 and 2015, and the NCAA indoor mile championship in 2014 while running for Texas-El Paso … Tabor Stevens was third at the 2016 U.S. Cross Country Championships. He won three NCAA Division II steeplechase titles at Adams State and the 2014 NCAA Div. II cross country crown.  He is a two-time Stanford Invitational steeple champ.

Recent winners:
2016: Matt Hughes (Nike/Bowerman TC) 8:22.31
2015: Stanley Kebenei (Arkansas) 8:23.93
2014: Billy Nelson (Free Leonard), 8:28.49
2013: Matt Hughes (unat.), 8:21.34
2012: Kyle Alcorn (Nike), 8:26.66
2011: Billy Nelson (unat.), 8:22.44
2010: Kyle Alcorn (Nike), 8:27.95
2009: Ben Bruce (OTC Elite), 8:26.08
2008: Luke Gunn (Florida State), 8:31.17
2007: Mircea Bogdan (UTEP) 8:23.12
2006: Mircea Bogdan (UTEP), 8:31.72
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7:45 p.m.: Women's 800
IAAF World Championships qualifying: 2:01.00
U.S. Championships qualifying: 2:02.00
World leader: 1:59.10, Raevyn Rogers (Oregon)
U.S. leader: 1:59.10, Raevyn Rogers (Oregon)
Collegiate leader: 1:59.10, Raevyn Rogers (Oregon)
Stadium record: 1:58.83, Nicole Teter (Nike), 2002
Meet record: 1:58.83, Nicole Teter (Nike), 2002
Stanford record: 2:00.63, Claudia Saunders, 2015

Notes: Chrishuna Williams has won this race the past two years, first while breaking the Arkansas school record and last year while launching a season that took her to the Olympic Games … Current Stanford junior Olivia Baker had a breakthrough meet last year, knocking four seconds off her personal best, to 2:01.02. She went on to finish second at NCAA Outdoors. Baker is No. 2 in Stanford history to Claudia Saunders, who also is in the field … Saunders, a Cincinnati native who represents France, was the NCAA outdoor runner-up in 2014 and 2015 and holds the Stanford record of 2:00.63 … Katie Mackey has great range, with top-10 U.S. rankings in the 1,500 (2014, 2015) and 5,000 (2014, 2016). She was second in the 1,500 at the 2015 U.S. Championships and third in 2014 … BYU's Shea Collinsworth was third in NCAA's indoors and outdoors … Anita Hinriksdottir, a 21-year-old from Iceland, ran her PB of 2:00.14 at the Olympics in Rio … Angela Petty is a nine-time New Zealand champ, with a best of 1:59.06.

Recent winners:
2016: Chrishuna Williams (unattached) 2:00.58
2015: Chrishuna Williams (Arkansas) 2:01.61
2014: Karine Belleau-Beliveau (Les Vainqueu), 2:01.46
2013: Amy Weissenbach (Stanford), 2:04.24
2012: Morgan Uceny (Adidas), 2:02.46
2011: Christin Wurth-Thomas (unat.), 2:00.72
2010: Helen Crofts (Simon Fraser), 2:05.15
2009: Katie Waits (Reebok), 2:01.78
2008: Maggie Vessey (unat.), 2:03.56
2007: Madeleine Pape (Australia), 2:01.17
2006: Qing Liu (Chinese AA), 2:01.90
2005: Sherren Rhetta (South Bay TC), 2:06.52
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7:50 p.m.: Men's 800
IAAF World Championships qualifying: 1:45.90
U.S. Championships qualifying: 1:47.50
World leader: 1:43.60, Clayton Murphy (U.S.)
U.S. leader: 1:43.60, Clayton Murphy (U.S.)
Collegiate leader: 1:43.73, Emmanuel Korir (UTEP)
Stadium record: 1:45.19, David Krummenacker (U.S.), 2005
Meet record: 1:45.30, Boris Berian (Big Bear TC), 2015
Stanford record: 1:46.20, Michael Stember, 2000

Notes: Former Long Beach State star Chris Low won the Stanford Invitational the past two years, including 1:47.11 on April 1 and was fourth at Payton Jordan last year … Sweden's Andreas Kramer ran an indoor 1:47.85 … Leandro Paris, a 2016 Olympian from Argentina, ran 1:47.18 in Rio. He was fourth at the Cardinal Classic two weeks ago … Drew Windle, a six-time NCAA Division II 800 champ while at Ashland College, ran 1:45.65 last year in Portland.

Recent winners:
2016: Eliud Rutto (Middle Tennessee State), 1:46.24
2015: Boris Berian (Big Bear TC), 1:45.30
2014: Eliud Rutto (Middle Tennessee State), 1:45.37
2013: Brandon Johnson (HIS – Nike), 1:46.47
2012: Prince Mumba (Santa Monica TC), 1:47.04
2011: Prince Mumba (Santa Monica TC), 1:46.96
2010: Casimir Loxsom (Penn State), 1:46.74
2009: Duane Solomon (Charisma Sports), 1:47.36
2008: Andrew Wheating (Oregon), 1:47.82
2007: Lachlan Renshaw (Australia), 1:48.60
2006: Tetlo Emmen (unat.), 1:48.44
2005: Achraf Tadili (Nike), 1:46.59

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8:15 p.m.: Women's 1,500
IAAF World Championships qualifying: 4:07.50
U.S. Championships qualifying: 4:09.50
World leader: 4:08.98, Linden Hall (Australia)
U.S. leader: 4:11.46, Elise Cranny (Stanford)
Collegiate leader: 4:11.46, Elise Cranny (Stanford)
Stadium record: 4:01.63, Regina Jacobs (U.S.), 2003
Meet record: 4:04.47, Linden Hall (Wolfpack TC), 2016
Stanford record: 4:09.54, Elise Cranny, 2016

Notes: Norway's Karoline Bjerkeli Grovdal was a top-10 placer at the Rio Olympic Games in both the 5,000 (seventh, 14:57.53) and 10,000 (ninth, 31:14.07). A two-time Olympian, Grovdal burst on to the scene at age 16 in 2007 with a European junior record in the steeplechase (9:33.19). She also is a former competitive cross country skier … Lauren Johnson placed fourth in the 2015 U.S. Championships and advanced to the World Championships semifinals. She earned a No. 7 U.S. ranking from Track & Field News in 2015 and was No. 9 in 2016 … Oklahoma State's Kaela Edwards was the 2016 NCAA indoor mile champ and is the reigning Big 12 champ in the 800, finishing second at NCAA Indoors in that event in 2015 … Gabriele Grunewald was the 2014 U.S. indoor 3,000 champion … Kenyan and former Florida State star Violah Lagat is a 2016 Olympian with a best of 4:04.10. She is the youngest of 10 children in a family of accomplished runners that includes the great Bernard Lagat … Sarah McDonald owns a British indoor title and a PB of 4:07.18.

Recent winners:
2016: Linden Hall (Wolfpack TC), 4:04.47
2015: Becca Addison (unattached), 4:12.49
2014: Kate Grace (Oiselle), 4:07.35
2013: Treniere Moser (Nike), 4:06.40
2012: Anna Pierce (Nike), 4:07.00
2011: Katie Follett (Brooks), 4:08.95
2010: Jen Barringer (New Balance), 4:08.11
2009: Anna Willard (Nike), 4:06.90
2008: Shannon Rowbury (Nike), 4:07.59
2007: Lindsey Gallo (Reebok) 4:09.60
2006: Yuan Jin (Chinese AA), 4:11.66
2005: Katie Vermeulen (Nike), 4:10.25
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8:25 p.m.: Men's 1,500
IAAF World Championships qualifying: 3:36.00
U.S. Championships qualifying: 3:39.00
World leader: 3:35.99, Josh Kerr (Great Britain)
U.S. leader: 3:37.75, Craig Engels
Collegiate leader: 3:35.99, Josh Kerr (New Mexico)
Stadium record: 3:34.74, Rachid Ramzi (Bahrain), 2005
Meet record: 3:35.19, Andy Baddeley (New Balance), 2012
Stanford record: 3:35.11, Michael Stember (2000)

Notes: Evan Jager captured the Olympic silver medal in the steeplechase last year in Rio and is the American record holder in that event with a time of 8:00.45, making him the 13th fastest performer in history. Jager annually races in the 1,500 at this meet, placing third last year … The 2016 Payton Jordan winner, former Washington star Izaic Yorks, was the 2016 Pac-12 champ and NCAA outdoor runner-up … Casimir Loxsom is the American indoor record-holder in the 600 (1:15.33) and joined former Penn State teammate Brannon Kidder, also in this field, on the U.S. 4x800 team that won the IAAF World Relays title in the Bahamas on April 23 … Kidder was the 2016 Big Ten 1,500 champ and won the 2016 Stanford Twilight Meet on this track … Michael Rimmer is an English 800 specialist who raced at the Rio Olympics. He has an 800 best of 1:43.89 from 2010 … Scotsman and former Tulsa star Chris O'Hare is the 2013 winner of this race and reached the semifinals in Rio last year.

Recent winners:
2016: Izaic Yorks (Washington), 3:37.74
2015: Chad Noelle (Oklahoma State), 3:38.35
2014: Riley Masters (Brooks Beast), 3:38.42
2013: Chris O'Hare (unattached), 3:38.48
2012: Andy Baddeley (New Balance), 3:35.19
2011: Ben Blankenship (unat.), 3:39.49
2010: Dylan Ferris (Stanford), 3:40.07
2009: Matthew Centrowitz (Oregon), 3:36.92
2008: Kevin Sullivan (Reebok), 3:39.75
2007: Juan Luis Barrios (Mexico), 3:38.71
2006: Aucencio Martinez (unat.), 3:40.92
2005: Donald Sage (Stanford), 3:41.62
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9:15 p.m.: Women's 5,000
IAAF World Championships qualifying: 15:22.00
U.S. Championships qualifying: 15:25.00
World leader: 15:11.48, Rosemary Monica Wanjiru (Kenya)
U.S. leader: 15:35.55, Allie Buchalski (Furman)
Collegiate leader: 15:35.55, Allie Buchalski (Furman)
Stadium record: 14:43.11, Sally Kipyego (Kenya), 2012
Meet record: 14:43.11, Sally Kipyego (Kenya), 2012
Stanford record: 15:11.13, Aisling Cuffe, 2014

Notes: Sifan Hassan from the Netherlands was the 2014 winner of this race, in a PB of 14:59.23. She also has a 1:58.50 to her credit in the 800 and is the national record-holder in the 1,500. She was the 2016 IAAF World indoor title for 1,500 and earned bronze at the 2015 World Championships in a lifetime best of 3:56.05 … Marielle Hall, a former Texas standout who made 2016 the Olympic team in the 10,000, is the top American in this event. She carries a lifetime best of 15:04.45 … This is an intriguing field, with Boise State's Allie Ostrander, the 2015 NCAA cross country runner-up, returning to Stanford after winning the steeplechase at the Stanford Invitational on March 31 … Stanford senior Vanessa Fraser, redshirting this season, joins former Card teammate Jessica Tonn, now with Brooks Beasts. This could be a big race for Fraser, a two-time NCAA outdoor finalist, in her first race in the top section at this meet. She has a PB of 15:41.64 … Former Villanova ace Nicole Tully was the 2015 U.S. champion in this event, winning in 15:06.44 in only her second race at that distance. She was second last year in 15:04.08 … Kate Van Buskirk was a Commonwealth Games bronze medalist in 2014 for Canada in the 1,500, and ran 4:05.38 … Former Arkansas star Dominique Scott-Efurd doubled as the NCAA outdoor 5,000 and 10,000 champion last year and went on to compete in the 10,000 at the Olympics for South Africa. She was the 2016 Stanford Invitational 5,000 winner … Nicole Sifuentes is a two-time Olympian from Canada … Furman's Allie Buchalski is the collegiate leader.

Recent winners:
2016: Sally Kipyego (Nike OTC), 14:58.60
2015: Sally Kipyego (Nike OTC), 14:57.44
2014: Sifan Hassan (Global Sport), 14:59.23
2013: Kim Conley (New Balance), 15:22.07
2012: Sally Kipyego (OTC), 14:43.11
2011: Nicole Sifuentes (Saucony), 15:27.84
2010: Shannon Rowbury (Nike), 15:00.51
2009: Jen Barringer (Colorado), 15:07.64
2008: Emily Brown (unat.), 15:19.57
2007: Renee Metivier Baillie (Nike), 15:27.57
2006: Isabella Ochichi (Kenya), 14:59.79
2005: Marie Davenport (Reebok), 15:32.74
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9:35 p.m.: Men's 5,000
IAAF World Championships qualifying: 13:22.60
U.S. Championships qualifying: 13:32.00
World leader: 13:22.93, Brett Robinson (Australia)
U.S. leader: 13:36.68, David Elliott
Collegiate leader: 13:37.23, Jefferson Abbey (Colorado State)
Stadium record: 13:02.74, Ben True (Saucony), 2014
Meet record: 13:02.74, Ben True (Saucony), 2014
Stanford record: 13:15.33, Ian Dobson, 2005

Notes: There aren't many collegians in the meet, but two of the most acclaimed are in this race. Oregon's Edward Cheserek has won 17 individual NCAA titles, a record, and takes on Justyn Knight of Syracuse, who set a Canadian junior national record in this race two years ago and was the NCAA cross country runner-up last fall. It's not out of the question to keep an eye on the absolute collegiate record, of 13:08.24, by Arizona's Lawi Lalang indoors in 2012 … Garrett Heath earned nine All-America honors at Stanford and served as an assistant coach under Chris Miltenberg. Heath has excelled in both the 1,500 and 5,000, but has gained his most recognition in short-course cross country, twice winning Scotland's prestigious Great Edinburgh race … Matthew Centrowitz, the reigning Olympic 1,500 champion, will race in the second section of this event, along with former Stanford star Jim Rosa.

Recent winners:
2016: Shadrack Kipchirchir (U.S. Army WCAP), 13:18.52
2015: Juan Luis Barrios (Nike), 13:15.71
2014: Ben True (Saucony), 13:02.74
2013: Ben True (Saucony), 13:14.44
2012: Lopez Lomong (Nike OTC), 13:11.63
2011: Brandon Bethke (Quiksilver), 13:25.82
2010: Tiidrek Nurme (Estonia), 13:32.74
2009: Alistair Cragg (Adidas), 13:22.36
2008: Bernard Lagat (Nike), 13:16.29
2007: Adrian Blincoe (unat.) 13:27.34
2006: Alejandro Suarez (Mexico), 13:36.76
2005: Abdi Abdirahman (Nike), 13:28.57
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9:55 p.m.: Women's 10,000
IAAF World Championships qualifying: 32:15.00
U.S. Championships qualifying: 32:25.00
World leader: 31:43.40, Juliet Chekwel (Uganda)
U.S. leader: 31:58.99, Anna Rohrer (Notre Dame)
Collegiate leader: 31:58.99, Anna Rohrer (Notre Dame)
Stadium record: 30:19.38, Werknesh Kidane (Ethiopia), 2005
Meet record: 30:34.49, Shalane Flanagan (Nike), 2008
Stanford record: 32:19.97, Alicia Craig, 2004

Notes: Nine of the top 10 collegiate times in history have been run at Cobb Track & Angell Field … Northern California's Kim Conley is perhaps best known for her frenetic comeback at the 2012 Olympic trials to earn third place and make the U.S. team. Conley, who made her second Olympic team last year, has a best of 15:08.61 … Amy Cragg won a memorable U.S. marathon title during a scorching Olympic Trials race in Los Angeles last year and has a 10,000 best of 31:10.69, from the 2012 London Olympics … Emily Infeld starred at Georgetown under current Stanford coach Chris Miltenberg and won bronze at the 2015 World Championships. Last year, she was second in the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 10,000 and fourth in the 5,000. She placed 11th in the 10K in Rio … As a Providence senior in 2015, Emily Sisson won the NCAA indoor and outdoor titles in the 5,000. She ran 15:12.22 indoors, making her the No. 4 American collegiate performer of all-time … Ethiopia's Gotytom Gebreslase of Ethiopia ran 31:14.52 last year. She was an African Championships bronze medalist … Japan's Ayuko Suzuki is the reigning national champion … New Mexico's Alice Wright was second in the NCAA 10,000 last year.

Recent winners:
2016: Irene Cheptai (Nike), 31:15.38
2015: Susan Kuijken (Global Sport) 31:31.97
2014: Sally Kipyego (Nike OTC Elite), 30:42.26
2013: Betsy Saina (Iowa State), 31:37.22
2012: Betsy Saina (unat.), 31:15.97
2011: Sally Kipyego (OTC), 30:38.35
2010: Molly Huddle (Saucony), 31:48.59
2009: Rebecca Donaghue (New Balance), 33:08.97
2008: Shalane Flanagan (Nike), 30:34.49
2007: Jen Rhines (unat.), 31:17.31
2006: Dulce Rodriguez (Mexico), 32:19.58
2005: Amy Rudolph (Adidas), 31:18.96
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10:35 p.m.: Men's 10,000
IAAF World Championships qualifying: 27:45.00
U.S. Championships qualifying: 28:30.00
World leader: 27:39.40, Jonathan Muia Mdiku (Kenya)
U.S. leader: 28:03.83, Abbabiya Simbassa
Collegiate leader: 28:04.95, Alfred Chelanga (Alabama)
Stadium record: 26:59.60, Chris Solinsky (U.S.), 2010
Meet record: 26:59.60, Chris Solinsky (U.S.), 2010
Stanford record: 27:31.38, Chris Derrick, 2012

Notes: This, as always, promises to be one of the meet's biggest races … Patrick Tiernan, the Australian via Villanova, was the NCAA cross country champ last fall in a significant victory over Edward Cheserek … Shadrack Kipchirchir, the former Oklahoma State star, was second at the U.S. Olympic Trials last year after making the U.S. team for the 2015 World Championships. Kipchirchir last raced at Stanford at the 2016 Stanford Invitational, when he was edged in a great duel by Leonard Korir, who would become an Olympic teammate in this event … The U.S. leader, Abbabiya Simbassa, is racing here, looking to improve upon his season best of 28:03.83 … Hassan Mead was 11th at the Rio Olympics in the 5,000, after a runner-up finish at the U.S. Olympic Trials. At the Payton Jordan, he may be best remembered for his close duel with Ben True in 2015, finishing second in the 5,000 in PB 13:02.80 … Andy Vernon won the 2015 Payton Jordan in a PB of 27:42.62, leading 35 men under 29:00. At the 2014 European Championships, Vernon was second in the 10,000 and third in the 5,000, and he raced on the British Olympic team in Rio … David McNeill, a two-time NCAA champ at Northern Arizona in 2010, is a two-time Australian Olympian whose PB of 27:45.01 came at the 2015 Payton Jordan, in which he placed fourth … Luis Ostos Cruz is a Peruvian Olympian, who ran his PB of 27:54.80 in this meet last year … Bashir Abdi is Belgian competitor who ran a PB of 27:36.40 at the 2014 Payton Jordan and another Rio Olympian.

Recent winners:
2016: Bernard Lagat (Nike), 27:49.35
2015: Andy Vernon (Melbourne TC), 27:42.62
2014: Juan Luis Barrios (Nike), 27:34.40
2013: Ben St. Lawrence (Melbourne TC), 27:37.55
2012: Cam Levins (Southern Utah), 27:27.96
2011: Bedan Karoki (S&B), 27:13.67
2010: Chris Solinsky (Nike/Kimbia), 26:59.60
2009: Tim Nelson (Oregon TC), 27:36.99
2008: Craig Mottram (Melbourne TC), 27:34.48
2007: Galen Rupp (Oregon), 27:33.48
2006: Alan Webb (Nike), 27:34.72
2005: Takayuki Matsumiya (Konica Minolta), 27:50.20

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