David St. Louis

KYtrackXC.com Feature: The Thomson Legacy David St. Louis Dec 19, 2012

Jacob Thomson is good. He's not the absolute best prep harrier in the nation this year, but he's not that far off as shown from the 5th place finish he claimed at this weekend Foot Locker National Cross Country Championships in San Diego, California. The fact that he rose to that point, though, would put him amongst the top three Kentucky preps of all-time by most accounts, but those who have watched him the last four years likely see him as the much more than that. He has revolutionized the sport in the state and brought both attention to his efforts and those that he has drawn to race in the state over the past two years specifically.

2012 Projected Last Time/Mark to Qualify for State David St. Louis Apr 22, 2012

    KYtrackXC.com is proud to bring you the 2012 Projected Last Time In for the Kentucky State Track Meet.  With the current qualifying set as the top two from each region and then the 10 next best times from throughout the seven regions, that last time is very important.  Last year there were athletes who missed making it to state by .01 of a second.  So the question is where will that cut-off line be?   Example from last year   Class A 110m Hurdles  Projection 17.50 Actual Last Spot 17.58

Mason-Dixon Games: Class AA Preview David St. Louis Mar 4, 2011

Class AA is sometimes the less regarded group in the state with the large schools and small private schools often producing the most consistent talent, but there are some programs in Class AA that have been doing serious damage recently.

Wildcat Classic Preview: 5 Events to Watch David St. Louis Jan 20, 2011

The Wildcat Classic, the first big meet of the indoor season is being held this Saturday at Nutter Fieldhouse in Lexington.  There will be tons of running action starting at 12 noon.  All events follow on a rolling schedule.  The full entry list is at http://ky.milesplit.com/articles/58061   STARTING AT NOON - rolling schedule   Girls 60m Hurdles - 3 heats Boys 60m Hurdles - 4 heats Girls 1 mile Run    - 4 heats Boys 1 mile Run   - 7 heats Girls 60m Dash    - 10 heats Boys 60m Dash   - 11 heats Girls 400m Dash - 8 heats Boys 400m Dash - 12 heats Girls 800m Run   - 6 heats Boys 800m Run - 7 heats Girls 200m Dash - 17 heats Boys 200m Dash - 25 heats Girls 2 mile Run - 1 heat Boys 2 mile Run - 2 heats Girls 4x400 Relay - 2 heats Boys 4x400 Relay - 2 heats Girls 4x800 Relay - 1 heat Boys 4x800 Relay - 1 heat

From Last to First David St. Louis Dec 20, 2010

She finished last. Dead last. It wasn’t really close either. She finished 76 seconds behind the second-to-last competitor and over 5000 meters that is a significant distance. It’s more significant when it’s at the Foot Locker National Championships, where distances are covered faster than ever as the country’s best harriers all convene for one race each year to decide a champion. It wasn’t supposed to end this way for Emma Brink, though it never is for any qualifier at Foot Locker, yet in crossing that finish line with the slowest time on the day, Brink may have left an equally important mark on the race for many of her fans and peers.