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NCAA D1 Cross Country Championship

Terre Haute, IN, US
November 19th, 2016

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    Top Canadian said 2 years ago

    Canadian Men
    2 KNIGHT, Justyn
    32 LINKLETTER, Rory
    72 PREISNER, Benjamin
    113 TADESSE, Nathan

    Canadian Women
    65 PHELAN, Jaimie
    97 FORSEY, Jillian

    If I am missing any please post!

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    Anon said 2 years ago

    Charlotte Prouse 214th?

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    SlowGuy said 2 years ago

    159 Isaac Dobos
    220 Jay Ort

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    Quick scan of the results and noted that our Men did better than our Women (placing wise) this year - using my memory I think this trend has been present for at least 15 years (other than when Sheila Reid won twice). Do we keep our faster women in Canada? Do we keep our slower men in Canada?

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    Branna Macdouggal - 152

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Quick scan of the results and noted that our Men did better than our Women (placing wise) this year - using my memory I think this trend has been present for at least 15 years (other than when Sheila Reid won twice). Do we keep our faster women in Canada? Do we keep our slower men in Canada?"


    This is intresting..

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    0.1 seconds was the difference between first place in the women's team competition. Gotta feel for Jaime Phelan and Michigan. Great Job representing Canada and fighting down to the last millisecond, regardless of the outcome.

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    What happened to Prouse? Her season so far seemed to indicate a higher outcome today. Great season nonetheless.

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "0.1 seconds was the difference between first place in the women's team competition. Gotta feel for Jaime Phelan and Michigan. Great Job representing Canada and fighting down to the last millisecond, regardless of the outcome."


    Craziness, and apparently at 4.7k Phelan was 101st. Passed 36 people in last 1.3k.

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

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    "This is intresting.."


    Here is my theory...

    It is much harder for men to get US scholarships than it is for women (due to gender equity rules related to number of scholarships). As a result, only the best high school men are able to go to the US on scholarship (i.e. Justin Knight types). From what I have read, high school boys in the US train their butts off in high school to get these limited scholarships.. Canadian boys either must train as hard (which very few do) or must be prolific talents, to earn scholarships over kids coming out of the US. As a result, Canadian boys likely improve more once they enter college and begin training as hard as their American counterparts. US girls may not face the same pressures in high school due to the relatively easier path to a scholarship and may therefore improve similarly to Canadian girls once they enter college.

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

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    "Here is my theory...

    It is much harder for men to get US scholarships than it is for women (due to gender equity rules related to number of scholarships). As a result, only the best high school men are able to go to the US on scholarship (i.e. Justin Knight types). From what I have read, high school boys in the US train their butts off in high school to get these limited scholarships.. Canadian boys either must train as hard (which very few do) or must be prolific talents, to earn scholarships over kids coming out of the US. As a result, Canadian boys likely improve more once they enter college and begin training as hard as their American counterparts. US girls may not face the same pressures in high school due to the relatively easier path to a scholarship and may therefore improve similarly to Canadian girls once they enter college."


    I think your theory is bang on.

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    FITZ said 2 years ago

    Here's what 0.1 seconds looks like and the difference between the ncaa title and runner-up
    Sorry if the image does not upload. Clearly Jaimie left it all out there



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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

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    "What happened to Prouse? Her season so far seemed to indicate a higher outcome today. Great season nonetheless."

    Battling some type of sickness I would guess, she looked noticeable thinner than in early fall and with the weather being cold and very windy if you weren't 100% it would make it a very tough sled. Too bad, she seemed to be having a promising season.

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