Maggie Vessey

Maggie Vessey

Maggie Vessey (conceived December 23, 1981) is an American competitor who contends in center separation track occasions. Vessey spoke to the United States at the 2009 World Championships in the 800 m.

Vessey experienced childhood in Soquel, California and went to Monte Vista High School. Afterward, she went to California Polytechnic State University.

While vieing for Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo, Vessey was the Big West Conference 800 m champion twice. She completed second in the 800 m at the 2005 NCAA titles.

At the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials, Vessey completed fifth in the 800 m, with a period of 2:02.01. In June 2009, Vessey was an unexpected champ at the Prefontaine Classic, in 2:00.18. The race executive said Vessey "was a very late, a minute ago include. One stage over a field-filler". The opposition included Olympic gold medalist Pamela Jelimo.

Vessey proceeded with her amazing outcomes in 2009. At the Herculis meet in Monaco, she won the race with a period of 1:57.84. At the time, this was the quickest 800 m execution for the year, and tied for the seventh speediest by an American sprinter. This outcome earned Vessey a place on the US 2009 World Championship group—she completed fourth at the 2009 U.S. Titles, and expected to break 2:00 to gain an "A" standard.

At the 2009 World Championships, Vessey completed seventh in the 800 m elimination round with a period of 2:03.55. At the 2009 IAAF World Athletics Final in Greece, Vessey took second and the Silver in a period of 2:00.31.

In 2011, experts sprinter Rose Monday turned into Vessey's mentor. She fit the bill for the finals of the 800 m at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics, where she completed 6th, notwithstanding climbing to fifth place later in light of the preclusion of Russian Yekaterina Kostetskaya. After seven days, Vessey won the 800 m in 1:58.64 at the Hanžeković Memorial as a component of the IAAF World Challenge Meetings.

At the 2012 US Olympic trials, Vessey completed eighth in 2:03.44.

On December 21, 2012 Vessey acknowledged an open cautioning and loss of comes about for testing positive for canrenone. She confessed to taking a recommended skincare item, yet didn't know that it contained a diuretic.

Maggie rejoined Coach Greg Brock in 2014 and in this way ran the three quickest 400m times of her profession including a 52.82 timing at the 2014 Occidental Invite. Benoit Duboscq fills in as her quality mentor. In May 2015 Vessey ran the second leg of the 4x800m US National Team which won the gold decoration at the IAAF World Championships in the Bahamas and set a pending USA national record. It was the world's speediest time in this occasion for over 20 years. Her split was 2:00.92. She additionally has individual 800m triumphs in 2015 at the Palo Alto Stanford Invitational, the Hoka One Occidental Invite, and the Prefontaine Classic National 800m. Maggie stumbled on somebody's leg in the 800 meters last with 250 meters to go and completed eighth at 2015 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. She completed seventh in 800 m prelims 2016 United States Olympic Trials (olympic style events).

In 2013, Vessey began a mold line that made others see her on the track in 2014. Vessey right now dwells in Soquel, California.




















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