Galen Rupp will run the 10,000-meter race in the Friday-Night of this weekend Prefontaine Classic with all the intent of breaking his American album of 26:48.00, organizers announced now.
Alberto Salazar, his coach ,'d been tracking pollen lines along with weather conditions to decide if perhaps the 5000 and also exactly the 10,000 Friday would conduct on Saturday, although it was understood that the 2012 Olympic 10-k silver medalist would meet.
Rupp set American indoor files at 2 kilometers (8:07.41) and 5000 meters (13:01.26) in January. His first 10,000-meter record dates in September 2011.
Rupp's rivals from the 10,000 will comprise 2013 earth Championships bronze medalist Paul Tanui of Bedan and Kenya Karoki, that was fifth at the 2012 London Olympics. 6 entrants possess bests that are 10,000-meter that are sub-27:00. Rupp's may be the fastest in the track, even though Kenya's Leonard Komon, who is run has the world 10K road list of 26:44.
Organizers also declared that the next Salazar athlete will conduct Saturday race. Also a expert runner as well as now 18, Cain won the indoor 1500-meter title but ended her season due to a calf strain. Her return on rushing has been postponed due to average obligations for a senior high school senior — proms and tests. At last year's Prefontaine meet, she place the national senior high school 800-meter listing of 1:59.51.
One of her competitors will be Chanelle Price, that won the world indoor title and led off the winning 4 x 800 American club in the World Relays match on Saturday.