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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


stephanie cotter rmac 2021 womens 1500m presentation

RMAC Women's 1500m Champion 2021

Results of RMAC Women's 1500m Championship 2021


results rmac womens 1500m final may 2021

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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