Hanna Green: now pro--the former Latrobe and VA Tech 800m runner making a world impact
07/23/2018 3:38:52 PM
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Hanna Green: PA is proud of you as your professional running career takes off--Hanna just finished 4th in the women's 800m at the prestigious Heusden-Zolder track meet in Belgium in 2:01.28 and ranks as #32 on the world list from her 2:00.09 run as she finished 7th at the US finals in June. Her time there also places her as the 7th fastest US 800m runner as of today! As a former WPIAL Latrobe high school champion, state meet finalist, and NCAA finalist multiple times at VA Tech we applaud your continued success!
Hanna Green: PA is proud of you as your professional running career takes off--Hanna just finished 4th in the women's 800m at the prestigious Heusden-Zolder track meet in Belgium in 2:01.28 and ranks as #32 on the world list from her 2:00.09 run as she finished 7th at the US finals in June. Her time there also places her as the 7th fastest US 800m runner as of today! As a former WPIAL Latrobe high school champion, state meet finalist, and NCAA finalist multiple times at VA Tech we applaud your continued success!
07/23/2018 5:13:42 PM
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@sverige55 ran the 400m in HS and moved up to the 800m in College like many .
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ran the 400m in HS and moved up to the 800m in College like many .
07/23/2018 6:06:45 PM
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She tried to double the 800/400 at the state meet when she was a soph. Then continued to run 800/400 at D7s but only ran 400s at states her last two years. I can't tell nowadays if her 2:16 800s in HS or her 56 400s were qualitatively better but I always thought her strength lay in the 800 anyway and she has run some great races against tough fields (especially the last 2 NCAAs 800m finals when she was at VA Tech). She has slid right into the pro ranks with confidence!
She tried to double the 800/400 at the state meet when she was a soph. Then continued to run 800/400 at D7s but only ran 400s at states her last two years. I can't tell nowadays if her 2:16 800s in HS or her 56 400s were qualitatively better but I always thought her strength lay in the 800 anyway and she has run some great races against tough fields (especially the last 2 NCAAs 800m finals when she was at VA Tech). She has slid right into the pro ranks with confidence!
07/24/2018 9:02:57 PM
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How about some love for Overbrook standout Cierra Brown who won the 800 in London this past weekend as well!
How about some love for Overbrook standout Cierra Brown who won the 800 in London this past weekend as well!
07/25/2018 6:23:45 PM
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I knew that name was familiar but the results I saw I think her name was butchered in the spelling and I did not connect. PA rules in the women's 800m!
I knew that name was familiar but the results I saw I think her name was butchered in the spelling and I did not connect. PA rules in the women's 800m!
07/26/2018 9:42:27 PM
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Hard to believe that it was 10 years ago that Chanelle Price ran that great 800 at States.
Hard to believe that it was 10 years ago that Chanelle Price ran that great 800 at States.
08/01/2018 1:07:08 PM
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@nkosiek ...and Cierra Brown again! International meet in Germany... KARLSTAD WOMEN 800: 1. Ceā€™aira Brown 1:[url=http://58.01]http://58.01[/url] PR (US)
@nkosiek ...and Cierra Brown again! International meet in Germany...
KARLSTAD WOMEN
800: 1. Ce'aira Brown 1:http://58.01 PR (US)
08/01/2018 5:27:33 PM
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That's a 1.[url=http://58.01]http://58.01[/url] PR for Cierra Brown at Karlstad, Germany getting first place. The hyper link keeps inserting itself.
That's a 1.http://58.01 PR for Cierra Brown at Karlstad, Germany getting first place. The hyper link keeps inserting itself.
08/02/2018 10:37:11 AM
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It's one minute fifty eight point zero one seconds.
It's one minute fifty eight point zero one seconds.

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