American Fork Boys Set National Record in 4x1600 Relay


The American Fork (UT) High boys made history by recording a national record in the 4x1600m relay, running 16:41.30 at Arcadia Invitational on Friday in California. 

The team had planned on this. They had been eyeing the former record held by Temecula Great Oak (Ca.) High, which was set last year at the same meet in 16:52.95. 

While official results of the team aren't available just yet, previously the team intimated it would be comprised of Casey Clinger, Patrick Parker, McKay Johns and Carson Clinger. 

Unofficial split times reported on Letsrun.com had the American Fork boys at 4:26 on the first mile, 4:08 in the second mile, 4:05 on the third and 4:02 on the anchor leg. 

The American Fork boys shattered the former record and finished nearly a minute ahead of the next fastest team, Lone Peak (UT), who was second in 17:31.04.
Event 225  Men 4x1600 Meter Relay Invitational
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    School                                               Finals
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Finals
  1 American Fork                                      16:41.30
  2 Lone Peak - UT                                     17:31.04
  3 Alexander                                          17:31.50
  4 Neuqua Valley - IL                                 17:37.22
  5 West Ranch                                         17:37.24
  6 Rancho Cucamonga                                   17:45.20
  7 Dublin                                             17:46.56
  8 Ayala                                              17:47.36
  9 Mission Viejo                                      17:49.52
 10 Roosevelt SS                                       17:50.35

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