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January 30, 2009

FNF’er Sorenson sets meet record at elite Hartshorne Memorial Masters Mile - World Class Runners

Written by Dena Evans

Jim Sorenson, Focus-N-Fly member and the fastest over-40 1500 meter runner in the history of planet earth, just opened his 2009 season with a convincing win at the prestigious Hartshorne Memorial Mile at Cornell in Ithaca, NY.

….and I quote from the Sports Basement event “I’ve been just sticking to my pace chart……”

Last modified on October 10, 2010
Dena Evans

Dena Evans

Dena Evans joined runcoach in July, 2008 and has a wide range of experience working with athletes of all stripes- from youth to veteran division competitors, novice to international caliber athletes.

From 1999-2005, she served on the Stanford Track & Field/ Cross Country staff. Dena earned NCAA Women’s Cross Country Coach of the Year honors in 2003 as Stanford won the NCAA Division I Championship. She was named Pac-10 Cross Country Coach of the Year in 2003-04, and West Regional Coach of the Year in 2004.

From 2006-08, she worked with the Bay Area Women’s Sports Initiative, helping to expand the after school fitness programs for elementary school aged girls to Mountain View, East Menlo Park, and Redwood City. She has also served both the Stanford Center on Ethics and the Stanford Center on the Legal Profession as a program coordinator.

Dena graduated from Stanford in 1996.

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