“This course is an execution kind of a race,” Kampf told Race Results Weekly. “I’ve run it enough now to know where you need to be in the final two turns to win it, and I’ve been just off of it a couple of times.”
Next up for Kampf will be the Grand Blue Mile – she is the defending champion - in Des Moines on April 26, followed by the Drake Relays where she will compete in the 1500 meters on April 29.
At the Mt. SAC (San Antonio College) Relays Distance Carnival and Invitational, Simbassa ran a personal best of 13:37.86 (previous best was 13:54.29) to place fourth in the men’s 5000 meters. His next race will be at the Payton Jordan Invitational on May 1 where he will again compete in the 5000m.
Also competing at Mt. SAC in the women’s invitational 5000m on April 15 were Katy Moen, who posted 16:08.91, and Meghan Peyton who ran 16:16.76. Both women will move up to the 10,000 meters at the Payton Jordan meet at Stanford on May 1.
About Team USA Minnesota
Team USA Minnesota is based in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul. Founded in 2001, the purpose of the training center is to improve the competitiveness of post-collegiate American distance running and to develop Olympians. The athletes are coached by Dennis Barker.
Team USA Minnesota’s major sponsor is Twin Cities In Motion (www.tcmevents.org). Its silver sponsors are the Houston Marathon Foundation (www.