Running in circles

3,200-meter run tests runners' endurance, will

Grand Junction’s Jamie Derrieux, center, easily outdistances Montrose’s Lauren Livermore, right and Abby Grace McGee, left, Friday during the second heat of the 100-meter hurdles at the Tiger Invitational at Stocker Stadium. Derrieux was the second fastest qualifier for today’s finals.



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Grand Junction’s Jamie Derrieux, center, easily outdistances Montrose’s Lauren Livermore, right and Abby Grace McGee, left, Friday during the second heat of the 100-meter hurdles at the Tiger Invitational at Stocker Stadium. Derrieux was the second fastest qualifier for today’s finals.

The 3,200-meter run could be the most despised of track events. Some hate it. “Eight laps in a row,” Fruita Monument’s Sarah Horen said, “in a stupid…




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