New Balance Azusa Distance Meet of Champions has a reputation for producing national distance standards that last throughout the season.
Watch one of the best kicks of the weekend.
The Azusa MOC was one of this weekend's best distance meets.
All three have elite races under the lights and national-caliber performances. Which meet reigns supreme after objective statistical analysis?
Carlos Carvajal (Great Oak/SS) holds of Andrew Martinez (Ayala/SS) to win the 1600m Invitational Double in 4:13.90. The Invitational Double heats are held at the beginning of the evening portion of the meet allowing elite runners to double back later in the day at a different distance. Carvajal did just that in the 3200m where he out-kicked Raymon Ornelas (Roosevelt/SS) to double.
Joseph Clemons (Golden Valley/SS) was the Heat 5 winner in the boys 1600m in 4:30.20. Clemons was 25th overall among 24 heats and 324 runners. Results.
Jack Raymond (Long Beach Poly/SS) won Heat 1 of the Boys Varsity 1600m in 4:17.10. Raymond had the fastest time among all 324 runners across 24 heats of this flight of the 1600s. Results
Alexis Romero (Golden Valley/SS) was the Heat 2 winner in the boys 1600m in 4:25.20. Romero was 10th overall among 24 heats and 324 runners. Results.
Jason Messner (Foothill Technology/SS) was the Boys Varsity 1600m Heat 11 winner in 4:41.50. Results
We'll be on-site in Cougar Athletics Stadium all day Saturday to bring you the second of four live events this spring!
Juan Enciso (Saugus/SS) was the winner of the Boys Rated 1600m in 4:18.20. Results.
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