Category Archive for Allie Kieffer

Empire Athletes are top 5 at Mountain to Fountain 15k

Carlos Seattle 1In Phoenix, AZ, Carlos Trujillo and Tyler McCandless finished 3rd and 5th places, respectively, at the Mountain to Fountain 15k in 45:09 and 45:26. In the women’s race,…

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Allie Kieffer is 5th at Fort Collins Turkey Trot

on November 29, 2012

In the Fort Collins Thanksgiving Day Run, Allie Kieffer placed 5th, clocking 22:14 for four miles.

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2012 Olympic Trials Track and Field Results

Empire Athletics athletes competed in the 800m, 1500m, and 10,000m runs at the Olympic Track Trials in Eugene, Oregon. Click here for full results

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Six athletes will compete at USA Olympic Track Trials

Empire Athletics will have six athletes compete at the 2012 Olympic Trials Track and Field Competition, which commences Friday June 22 in Eugene, Oregon.

The athletes and their seed times are…

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Athletes run well in Grand Rapids

Four athletes placed in the top ten at the Fifth Third River Bank Run in Grand Rapids, Michigan, which serves as the 2012 USA 25k championship.  Among the American competitors,…

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Athletes Excel at Bloomsday 12k

Empire Athletics sent seven athletes to the Bloomsday 12k run in Spokane, Washington and six placed in the top 15. Emmanuel Bor lead the way with his 9th place finish…

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Allie Kieffer and Mike Sayenko join Empire Athletics

Empire Athletics Management is pleased to announce its newest clients, Allie Kieffer and Mike Sayenko.   Allie Kieffer’s professional career has kicked off well with an Olympic Trials qualifying time of 32:25 in…

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Allie Kieffer

on May 6, 2012

Resides: Boulder, CO
College: Wake Forest, ASU
Citizenship: USA
DOB: 9/16/1987
Qualified for Olympic Trials with 32:25 10k

Allie Kieffer is a native of West Islip, NY and attended Wake Forest University before using her fifth year of eligibility at Arizona State in 2009-2010.  She recently achieved the Olympic…

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