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1999 Penn Relays Distance Carnival Photos
Philadelphia, PA; Thursday, April 22

Sarah Dupre of Providence, Amy Yoder of Arkansas, and Maria-Elena Calle lead the College Women 3000m Championship race. Yoder won in 9:21.11.

Leigh Daniel of Texas Tech, Christy Nichols of NC State and Minna Rasimus of South Florida breaking away in the College Women's 5000m Championships race. Daniel won in 16:02.42.

Daniel and Nichols.

Leigh Daniel talks to the press after her win.

Matt Lane (#7) of William & Mary and Francis Kirwa (#25) of Life University lead the Collegiate Men's 5000m Championship race. Eventual winner, Tim Broe of Alabama, is behind Kirwa.

Matt Lane on the back straight.

Jackie Coscia of NC State competing in the College Women's 10,000m Championship race. She finished 5th in 35:14.84.

Erica Palmer of Wisconsin leads Maria Otto of South Florida in the College Women's 10,000m Championship race. Palmer won in 34:03.60.

Freshman Ashley LaBudde of Alabama beginning her last lap in the College Women's 10,000m Championship race. The second cousin of Kris Ihle-Helledy finished 4th in her first 10,000m in 34:48.27.

The chase group in the Men's College 10,000m Championship race: Adam Daily of Arkansas, Richie Brinker of Central Michigan, Kenneth Svendsen of NC/Charlotte and Scott Goff of Army.

Silah Misoi, a Kenyan attending Life University, solos to victory in the Men's College 10,000m Championship race. He won by 24 seconds in 28:40.11.

More action in the College 10,000m: Daily, Mike Ross of Army, Brinker and Steve Lawrence of Michigan.

Sinead Delahunty of Ireland leading the Olympic Development 5000m. She finished second in 16:01.85.

Nnenna Lynch, Antonia Merzon, and Kelly Vanasse in the Olympic Development 5000m.

Masters ace, Steve Plascencia, competing in the Olympic Development 5000m. He ran 14:05.68, not quite as fast as his indoor U.S. masters record of 14:03.39.

Andre Williams winning the Olympic Development 5000m in 13:38.40 over Michael Njenga of Kenya (#53).

Anne Marie Lauck winning the Olympic Development 10,000m in 32:48.82. It was her first 10,000m in nearly two years.

Photos by David Monti

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