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Anike Kimme moved into eighth at CMS in the 10000
Anike Kimme moved into eighth at CMS in the 10000

Kimme Cracks Top 10 in CMS Women's Track and Field History in the 10000 Meters

AZUSA, Calif. - Anika Kimme moved into eighth place in CMS women's track and field history in the 10000 meters at the Bryan Clay Invitational on Friday morning, finishing in 37:12.29. 

The time took over a minute and a half off her previous PR in the 10000, which was 38:54.17, set last year at the SCIAC Championships, when she finished fourth.  

Meredith Bloss set the program record last year, running a 34:35.52.

While the distance runners were at the Bryan Clay, Caroline DelVecchio competed in the 400-meter hurdles at the Mt. SAC Relays and ran a 1:01.62 to place 20th, although 18 of the runners in front of her were from Division I, including eight from the PAC-12 Conference. 

CMS will be back in action tomorrow when it hosts a SCIAC Multi-Dual, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Burns Track Complex.