Sadie Engelhardt On Championships, Racing & A Bright Future

MileSplit sat down recently with AAU National champion Sadie Engelhardt, 13, who won both the 1,500m and 3,000 meter races at the AAU Junior Olympic Games in August. Sadie briefly details her history getting into the sport, her experience over the last few years and breaks down just what went down in her championship races a few weeks ago. Engelhardt set a new 14-year-old AAU national record in the 1,500m, producing a personal best time of 4:34.10. She also won the 3,000m in 10:05.

Interview Segments:

  • Welcoming Sadie Engelhardt [0:15]
  • Sadie's schedule looking forward in XC [0:45]
  • Things that take up Sadie's time right now [1:45]
  • Sadie's history in running [2:30]
  • Having competitive DNA [3:30]
  • Looking back at her win in the 3K [5:30]
  • From the start of the 1,500m [7:45]
  • On withstanding two big moves [9:05]
  • California's female inspirations [10:15]
  • Goals looking forward in track and field [11:15]
  • Possible races coming up [12:15]
  • A little about Ventura [13:00]
  • Hobbies outside of running [14:00]

Sadie's 14-year-old National Record in the 1,500m at AAU

Engelhardt's Championship Interview

Sadie's 3K Win At AAU 

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