September 13, 2014 UK/TC Bluegrass Invite at Masterson Station in Lexington, KY hosted by University of Kentucky and Tates Creek.
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In only its second year of existence, the Bluegrass Cross Country invitational has already earned a reputation. Notable for fast times, strong competition, and hotly debated validity (more on that in a minute) this was a meet I’ve had on my coverage radar for some time. Last year’s meet saw a battle down to the wire between John Spencer of Lafayette and Eric Baugh of Villa Madonna with both PRing in the mid-to-low 15’s. This year was hoping to produce more of the same, adding several more to the “sub-16” club. To ensure legitimacy of the course Coach Hawboldt of Tates Creek confirmed that no less than 3 separate entities measured the course: The University of Kentucky, Lindburgh High School (St. Louis MO), and himself. Each gave measurements within 1% accuracy of 5000m.
College race action hosted by UK
Video Coverage from the Bluegrass Invitational hosted by UK & Tates Creek
Bluegrass Invitational Virtual Preview
Meet Central for this weekend
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – Eastern Kentucky University junior Amos Kosgey and senior Ann Eason have been named the Ohio Valley Conference Male and Female Cross Country Runners of the Week, the league office announced on Tuesday.
Bluegrass Cross Country Invitational 2014
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