Stanford: Will contend for top honors in the 1500 meters at the Pac-10 and NCAA Championships after an All-America cross country season in the fall.
2002 Track & Field Season (Junior): Competed in the 1500 meters at the NCAA Championships at LSU … Ran a season best of 4:20.12 at the Cardinal Invitational … Finished sixth in the 1500 meters at the Pac-10 Championships … Finished fourth in the NCAA Indoor mile to earn her first All-America award … Ran 4:39.88 in the indoor mile at the Los Angeles Invitational, the third fastest performance all-time at Stanford.
2001 Track & Field Season (Sophomore): Enjoyed an excellent outdoor season, running both the 800 and 1500 meters … Was a finalist in the 1500 meters at the World University Games in Beijing, China, where she ran a career best 4:14.66, #3 all-time at Stanford … Gained entrance to the World University Games with a fourth place finish at the Canadian National Championships in Edmonton, Alberta … Ran a personal best 2:06.74 in the 800 meters at the British Columbia Championships, the fifth-best time in Stanford history ... At the Pacific-10 Championships, qualified automatically for the NCAA Championships in the 1500 meters with a time of 4:18.69 … Finished fourth in the 1500 meters at the conference meet.
2000 Track & Field Season (Freshman): A conference qualifier in the 800 meters (2:09.85) and the 1500 meters (4:28.67) … Finished sixth at the Pac-10 Championships in the 800 meters … Placed sixth at the Canadian Olympic Trials at 1500 meters (4:26.94) … Ran on the 4x800 meter relay team that won the Hayward Relays crown in Eugene … Also ran on the school record holding 4x800 meter relay team at the Drake Relays.
1999 Track & Field Season: Redshirted.
2002 Cross Country Season (Senior): After a year off, finished 9th at the NCAA Championships to earn her first cross country All-America honor … Had a pair of outstanding post-season performances prior to the NCAA’s with a fourth-place finish at the NCAA West Regional and a fifth-place showing at the Pac-10 Championships earning First Team All-Pac-10 honors … Had six top 10 finishes in her seven races, including a season-best third at the Fullerton Season Opener … Earned Second Team Pac-10 All-Academic honors.
2001 Cross Country Season: Did not compete.
2000 Cross Country Season (Sophomore): Ran in three races and helped lead the Cardinal to the Pac-10 title … Finished first at the Stanford Invitational.
1999 Cross Country Season: Redshirted.
1998 Cross Country Season (Freshman): Enjoyed a solid season ... Competed in four races, including the Pac-10 Championships and the Pre-NCAA’s ... Best finish of the season was a third place finish at the Stanford Invitational.
High School: A member of the Canadian national team at the 1998 World Cross Country Championships ... Also a member of the Canadian Junior National track & field team ... Was a three-time British Columbia champion in the 1500 meters at Kelowna Secondary School ... The #1 ranked Canadian junior in the 800 and 1500 meters from 1996-98 ... The British Columbia Junior Champion in the 800 and 1500 meters from 1995-99 ... Finished fourth in the 1500 meters at the 1997 Junior Pan Am Games ... The 1995 and 1996 BC high school cross country champion … Competed in the 1998 World Junior Cross Country Championships in Morocco … Won numerous academic awards, including Principle’s Honor Roll, Work Ethic list, and Senior Sportsmanship Award.
Cardinal Catalogue: International Relations major ... A 2000, 2001 and 2002 Pacific-10 Track & Field All-Academic selection … A 2002 All Pac-10 Cross Country All-Academic choice … Parents are Doug and Brenda Elmore … Born March 13, 1980.
Collegiate Career Bests: 800 meters (2:06.74); 1500 meters (4:14.66)