Thursday, October 3, 2019

Frerichs finishes sixth, Schweizer storms into final

Courtney Frerichs delivered another battling performance to finish a fine sixth in the women’s 3000m steeplechase final at the World Championships in Doha on Monday night, the Bowerman Track Club athlete clocking 9:11.27. The race was won by Kenya’s Beatrice Chepkoech in a championship record of 8:57.84.

Frerichs, however, was not content with her result after coming into the race as world silver medalist. “I really was anticipating great things after the prelim. Maybe it was the fast start. I haven’t put myself in that all year,” she said. “But there’s a lot to be proud of today for the US.”

Watch her full interview with here:

Meanwhile on Wednesday evening, Karissa Schweizer produced a storming run in the heats of the women’s 5000m, the Bowerman Track Club runner finishing second in 14:52.41, her first time under 15 minutes and a time that makes her the seventh quickest American in history. Watch her reaction here:

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