Armstrong Wins USATF Masters 1 Mile Championship

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On Saturday, May 21, seven athletes and one team from Colorado competed in the USATF Masters 1 Mile Championships in Rochester, N.Y. The championship event, hosted by the Rochester Mile, was the seventh event in the 2022 USATF National Masters Grand Prix.  A total of 178 athletes from 25 states competed in the championships.

Amy Armstrong, 45, of Evergreen ran to a national title as she won the W45-49 division in a time of 5:13.  Finishing second was Sara Girotto of Pennsylvania in a time of 5:27. Armstrong’s time was just six seconds off the national record of 5:07 held by Sonja Friend-Uhl. Armstrong’s time converts to an age graded performance of 88.78% which is deemed to be a national-class performance and just shy of a world-class performance (90% and above).  It was the ninth best women’s score amongst the 55 competitors.

Read more at: https://colorado.usatf.org/news/2022/armstrong-wins-borthwick-third-at-usatf-masters-1-

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