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Re:RUN San Diego Meet Preview

May 03, 2013

By Scott Bush, Runnerspace

One of the most unique presentations of a track meet this year takes place this Saturday in sunny San Diego. With general 5K and 10K road races taking place, leading into a four event, middle distance track showcase, Re:RUN works to bridge the gap between general road runners and the elite world of professional track and field. Will it work? That remains to be seen. Have the Re:RUN staff put together one of the better first-year meets in the U.S. in quite some time? Absolutely.

Men's Mile Start List: AJ Acosta, Nate Brannen, Cam Levins, Travis Mahoney, Jordan McNamara, Zane Robertson, Paul Robinson, Tommy Schmitz, Pablo Solares, David Torrence, Peter van der Westhuizen

Women's Mile Start List: Zoe Buckman, Brie Felnagle, Emily Infeld, Heather Kampf, Susan Kuijken, Katie Mackey, Chelsea Reilly, Hilary Stellingwerieff, Sara Vaughn, Lea Wallace

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