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On the third and final day of competition at the NACAC U-23 Championships held at Hillside Stadium in Kamloops, B.C., Canada, the U.S. performed much as it had in the previous two days, coming up with two additional meet records, a three-time gold medalist, and 12 golds for a total medal haul of 63 pieces of hardware earned over three days.
when the Mexican girl, Elisa (Hernandez Sanchez) stayed with me, but it probably helped a little because it took me out a little faster than I wanted to go. All in all, it’s just kind of meant to be a steady thing. It was the first time under 5:30 per mile pace this season, so I’m just pretty satisfied with how it went overall.”
On the third and final day of competition at the NACAC U-23 Championships held at Hillside Stadium in Kamloops, B.C., Canada, the U.S. performed much as it had in the previous two days, coming up with two additional meet records, a three-time gold medalist, and 12 golds for a total medal haul of 63 pieces of hardware earned over three days.
when the Mexican girl, Elisa (Hernandez Sanchez) stayed with me, but it probably helped a little because it took me out a little faster than I wanted to go. All in all, it’s just kind of meant to be a steady thing. It was the first time under 5:30 per mile pace this season, so I’m just pretty satisfied with how it went overall.”
Brianna Nelson, women’s 400m, bronze medalist “It wasn’t really a good race for me, but I don’t think I got out very well. I’m happy to be here and compete for the U.S. The backstretch wasn’t too good. I didn’t get out as fast as I wanted to or should have, so I think that hurt me a little bit.” “It feels really good. I’m just glad to be able to get on the podium even though it was definitely not my best race.”
The second day of NACAC U-23 Championships at Hillside Stadium on the campus of Thompson Rivers University saw Team USA achieve similar success with two additional meet records, 11 golds, five silvers and three bronzes contributing to an overall, two-day tally of 36 total medals.
Brianna Nelson, women’s 400m, bronze medalist “It wasn’t really a good race for me, but I don’t think I got out very well. I’m happy to be here and compete for the U.S. The backstretch wasn’t too good. I didn’t get out as fast as I wanted to or should have, so I think that hurt me a little bit.” “It feels really good. I’m just glad to be able to get on the podium even though it was definitely not my best race.”
The second day of NACAC U-23 Championships at Hillside Stadium on the campus of Thompson Rivers University saw Team USA achieve similar success with two additional meet records, 11 golds, five silvers and three bronzes contributing to an overall, two-day tally of 36 total medals.
Team USA set two meet records and won eight golds and 17 overall medals at HIllside Stadium on the first day of NACAC U-23 Championships, which feature three days of competition for athletes ages 20, 21 and 22 from North America, Central America and Caribbean
Quotes from the opening day of competition at the 8th NACAC U-23 Championships, a three day event, held in 2014 in Kamloops, B.C.
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