Monday, June 4, 2012

Carmen Hussar 5th at "Road to London" Twilight 1500



A former World Indoor silver medalist (2004, Budapest) and NCAA champion while at Villanova, Carmen Hussar (nee Douma) chased after a 2012 Olympic qualifying standard on May 30th in New York. She finished 5th in the 1500 meters at the Road to London Twilight Series 3 meet. Douma-Hussar ran 4:15.30, well off the Olympic "B" standard of 4:08.90. Her PR at the distance is 4:02.29, set back at Rieti in 2005. She represented her native Canada at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, where she was 9th in 1500 finals in 4:02.31.

Finals                                                                 
  1 Grace, Kate                  Ny-Nj Track Club       4:10.57        
  2 Charnigo, Steph              Ny-Nj Track Club       4:10.91        
  3 Renee, Tomlin                Nike                   4:11.31        
  4 Higginson, Ashley            Saucony                4:13.61        
  5 Hussar, Carmen               New Balance Cptc       4:15.30        
  6 Beck, Catherine              cptc                   4:17.23        
  7 Lamar, Annick                Nyac                   4:20.44        
  8 de La bruyere, Emily         Unattached             4:31.92        
  9 Wentz, Jacqui                Riadha                 4:34.07        
 10 Wright, Beth                 Syracuse               4:35.76        
 11 Mejia, Ivette                Cptc New Balance       4:37.02        
 12 Mazzeo, Denise               Cptc - New Balance     4:39.11        
 13 Peck, Angelica               Syracuse               4:43.96        
 14 Diaz, Inelsi                 Unattached             4:54.57 

In other results from that meet, Dan Lewis won the 3000 meter steeplechase in 8:55.44, and Nicole Schappert ran a crisp 2:06.75 over 800 meters.

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