• 2011 MUTL

    2011 MUTL

    2011 Open 3,000 Meters Open Mile 3 Legged 400 Invitational Girls Mile Invitational Boys Mile RESULTS        

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  • 2010 Meet Under the Lights

    2010 Meet Under the Lights

    Jude Burst, a third grade honor student at St. Paul’s Episcopal in New Orleans, shattered a 30-year-old world record in the nine-year-old age group for 3000 meters. The previous record at 10:36 was set in 1980 by Coley Candaele of California. Jude’s time, sanctioned by USA Track & Field was 10:20:16, shattered the record by almost 16 seconds. This record adds to a growing list of accolades as young Jude continues to leave his mark on the record books. Alan Stick won the Invitational Mile was won in 4:12 by Alan Sticker.

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  • 2008 MUTL

    2008 MUTL

    Vincent Rono runs 3:57 mile at Meet under the Lights By LouisianaRunning.com Press Release / May 27, 2008 12:00 PM Enjoying a relatively cool summer to date, the morning of 24th seemed to be the end, as it now appeared the Louisiana summer had finally taken its hold. Having a nice drink of the local air, the author slowly pedaled his way to work sweating profusely in the heat and the anticipation of what kind of toll the conditions would play on the runners which were scheduled to be arriving later in the afternoon. As the sun slowly set , runner’s from multiple towns across Louisiana , as well as the generations began trickling into Covington, Louisiana for the 4th running of The Meet Under the Lights. Despite previous years of having to kick up dust as one rounded the cinders, cinders which dated all the way back to the 20‘s when the track was built, St. Paul’s would now boast of a newly renovated 8 Lane mondo surface, putting it in a category with only a handful of tracks in the nation. Runner’s lined up this humid evening, which was now fading into night, to kick things off with […]

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  • 2001 MUTL

    2001 MUTL

    Video http://la.milesplit.com/videos?id=1905

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