|| Malindi Elmore
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 NCAAs 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-NCAAs ... 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 Principles 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)