5000/1500 Finals #TrialsBingo, Baby!

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Jenny Simpson crushes in the 1500 prelim with Lauren Johnson hot on her heels. Photo © Miriam Udosenata / SaltyRunning.com

What a week! We’re still in shock after the 800 meter final, but can’t wait for the 5,000 and the 1500 finals on Sunday. Which means it’s time to roll your eyes at stupid announcers and scream your faces off at your favorite runners … and BINGO! But first, we need to geek out a little over the prelims.

Did you catch the heats? While Heat 1 of the 5,000 was relatively uneventful, Molly Huddle made the Heat 2 runners work! And how about college freshman, the darling of Alaska, Allie Ostrander? How’s this for inspiring:

Speaking of youngsters, In the 1500, another college student, Alexa Efraimson overcame her own almost-fall, and hustled her way into the semis along with Mary Cain. These two will likely join Jenny Simpson, Shannon Rowbury, Brenda Martinez, and the rest of the stacked 1500 finals field!

Getcha BINGO on, yo!

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5k/1500 Trials Bingo!

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Both the 5,000 and the 1500 meter finals are airing on NBC Sunday evening, back-to-back. The 5k starts at 7:28 p.m. Eastern, and the 1500 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern. This round of Bingo covers both races. Tune into the the NBC coverage, print our your bingo cards or play online here and meet us on Twitter, #TrialsBingo. Get ready to roll your eyes at the announcers while you cheer your faces off for your favorites!

Salty Running boss and mother of 3 little ones with PRs of 3:10:15 (26.2), 1:25:59 (13.1) and 18:15 (5k). I love to write about running culture, mental training, and fitting in a serious running habit with the rest of a busy life.

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  1. I watched the first heat, paused it, but didn’t get to see the second. The daughter of the university heights mayor was in the first heat.
    Bookmarked on my calendar this weekend is the
    men’s 10,000 final Saturday 8:20pm (EDT).
    Women’s pole vault final Sunday 5:30pm (EDT) followed by 5,000 finals at 7:28pm.