Saturday, February 18, 2012

Alumni News

Katelyn Wojan, Drury Univ., 2:21 800 for the win.

Last night in a big meet in Missouri, Katelyn Wojan had a breakthrough race in the open 800m.  She was the fastest overall girl, running a 2:21 low. Katelyn has not run that quickly in an open race since her junior year of high school, which goes to show you, never, never, never give up in your running career. Runners hit plateaus, but with some patience and perseverance, breakthroughs can be had. (even by old horses like Katelyn).

Winning the race was the cherry on top, but going out and running a race she was capable of, and not being held back by anything, that is Katelyn's big accomplishment. I am super proud of her, check out the official write up and result.

Great job Wojan! We are all super psyched for you back her in Colorado! You are one of our favorite alums, exhibiting all the qualities that make CHAP runners the best runner in the world.  Keep running fast!



Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for posting this Coach! I can't wait to see you guys over spring break! I miss you! I hope your first week goes well with spring track. Conference meet was awesome this weekend! Happy Monday and I can't wait to hear from you! Tell Beth I love her!

Anonymous said...

P.S. You should check this race out!!