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Stephanie Cotter wins RMAC 1500m Championship - May 2021

Stephanie Cotter is RMAC 1500m Champion 2021

Pueblo, Colorado, USA

May 2nd 2021

 

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RMAC Women's 1500m Champion 2021


Results of RMAC Women's 1500m Championship 2021

 

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RMAC Women's 1500m Results 2021

 

Stephanie Cotter, Adams State University and West Muskerry AC, won yesterday's RMAC Women's 1500m Championship, in Pueblo, Colorado, in a time of 4:37.79.  Adams State Athletics reported "Stephanie took off in the last lap on the woman's 1,500 meter as she earned a gold medal with a final time of 4:37.79"


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