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Alison Mandi

Age : 35

Events: 5k, 10k, cross country

Hometown: Enumclaw, WA

College/University competed for (if applicable): University of Washington

Personal Bests

1600m - 4:54.41

3200m - 10:11.94

5000m - 16:44.81

10000m - 37:14.59

3000m indoors - 9:54.34

5000m indoors - 17:14.83

5k cross country: 16:54

6k cross country: 21:47

Career Highlights

2018 USATF Club Nationals XC 95th place

2018 USATF Club PNW Regional XC 8th place

2018 PNTF XC 4th place

2018 Emerald City XC Invitational 4th place

2018 Summer Solstice 5k 1st place

2016 Doris Heritage Invitational 5,000m 17:16 1st Place

2016 St Paddy’s Day Dash 5k 17:45 3rd Place

2014 USATF Club National Track & Field Championships - top 8 finishes in 5k and 10k

2014 USATF Regional Track & Field Championships 5,000m - 3rd place 17:26

2014 UW Indoor Invitational 5,000m 17th place 17:21.77

2013 USATF Club Cross Country Nationals 125th place

2004 NCAA Regional Track & Field 5,000m 12th place

2004 Pac-10 Track & Field Championships 10,000m 4th place 37:14.59

2004 MPSF Track & Field Indoor Championships 5,000m 2nd place 17:14.83

2001 Great America HS XC Invitational 5k 1st place - 16:54

2001 Adidas Track & Field HS National Championships 2 mile - 4th place

2001 Seattle International 5,000m 3rd place - 16:48

2001 WA HS 4A Track & Field State Championships 3,200m 1st place - 10:11

2001 WA HS 4A Track & Field State Championships 1,600m 2nd place - 4:54

About

Alison currently resides in Kirkland, WA with her husband, Mark, and 3 boys, Nathan (6), Tyler (4), and Zach (1.5). She works as an Investment Associate at RBC Wealth Management and helps out where possible as an assistant track & field/ cross country coach at Northwest University (where her husband is the head coach).

Alison found running success in high school, as a top distance competitor at the prep state and national levels. She competed at the University of Washington, but her career was cut short by repeated stress fractures. After a hiatus from competitive running, Alison returned to the sport after having her first son, Nathan in 2012. She feels extremely blessed for every opportunity to train, compete and give back to the sport through coaching and volunteering.