Record Number of B.A.A. Athletes to Compete at Trials in Atlanta

Team B.A.A. sends 14 athletes to compete at the 

2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Marathon 

Boston-based running club to race for spots on Team U.S.A. on February 29 


Photo: BAA teammates Matt Fischer and Brian Harvey at the molten 2016 Trials in LA. Harvey is back as is CT’s John Raneri (right, in green). Photo by FitzFoto/NERunner


BOSTON—The Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) will send 14 members of the organization’s High Performance and Racing teams—the largest contingent among any running club in America—to compete at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Men’s and Women’s Marathon in Atlanta on February 29. The top three finishers in both races will earn automatic bids to represent Team U.S.A. at the Olympic Marathons as part of this summer’s Olympic Games in Japan. 

Leading the way are B.A.A. High Performance Team members Jerrell Mock (personal best of 2:10:37) and Kaitlin Goodman (2:32:08). 

B.A.A. High Performance and Racing Team Members Competing at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials Name  Personal Best  Hometown  Name  Personal Best  Hometown 
Jerrell Mock  2:10:37  Logan, UT  Kaitlin Goodman  2:32:08  Providence, RI 
Brian Harvey  2:17:05  Cambridge, MA  Rachel Hyland  2:37:22  Somerville, MA 
Eric Ashe  2:17:06  Natick, MA  Laura Paulsen  2:39:54  Brookline, MA 
Alex Taylor  2:17:08  Lincoln, MA  Katie Kellner  2:41:07  Boston, MA 
Dan Harper  2:17:32  Chicago, IL  Allie Hackett  2:42:48  Boston, MA 
Michaela Hackett  2:44:11  Boston, MA 
Rachel Coogan  2:44:10  Somerset, MA 
Hannah Rowe  2:44:26  Boston, MA 
Katie Edwards  2:44:54  Cambridge, MA 

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