Dominique Scott-Efurd

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Dominique Scott-Efurd
Personal information
Nationality South African
Born (1992-06-24) 24 June 1992 (age 26)
Cape Town, South Africa
Height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
Sport
Sport Track, long-distance running
Event(s) 1500 meters, mile, 5000 meters, 10,000 meters
College team University of Arkansas Razorbacks
Club Adidas
Turned pro 2016
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s) 1500 meters: 4:08.04 (2017)

Mile: 4:19.6 (2017)
5000 meters: 15:20.10 (2017)

10,000 meters: 31:51.47 (2016)
Updated on 4 June 2016.

Dominique Scott-Efurd (born 24 June 1992) is a South African long-distance runner who represented South Africa at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Professional

March 16, 2018, Dominique Scott-Efurd placed 1st and won 5000 meters Athletics South Africa title at Bestmed Tuks in Pretoria.[1][2]

On September 11, 2017, Dominique Scott-Efurd placed 6th in the 2017 New York Road Runners Fifth Avenue Mile Road One Mile in a time of 4:19.6 at New York, New York.[3]

On August 19, 2017, Dominique Scott-Efurd placed 5th in the One Mile in a time of 4:30.24 at Falmouth, Massachusetts.[4]

On June 21, 2017, Dominique Scott-Efurd placed 11th in the 3000 Metres in a time of 8:41.33 at Monaco (Stade Louis II).[5]

On July 16, 2017, Dominique Scott-Efurd placed in the 1500 Metres in a time of 4:08.04 at Padova, Italy (Stadio Euganeo).

On June 8, 2017, Dominique Scott-Efurd placed 13th for 5000 Metres in a time of 15:20.10 at IAAF 2017 Diamond LeagueGolden Gala Pietro Mennea in Roma at (Stadio Olimpico).

On April 2, 2017, Dominique Scott-Efurd placed 4th in 15:40 for 5 km at Carlsbad 5000.[6][7]

February 2017, Dominique set South Africa national records indoor mile in 4:28.47 at Millrose Games NYRRSouth African Athletics Statisticians.

January 2017, Dominique set South Africa indoor 3000 meters national records in 8:54.06 at IAAF world indoor tour in Boston, Massachusetts.[8]

Dominique Scott-Efurd won a 15 km in 53:59 in Cape Town, South Africa 8 January 2017.[9][10]

Dominique competed in 2016 Summer Olympic games. She placed 21st in Athletics at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Women's 10,000 metres in a personal best time of 31:51.47.

College

Dominique Scott graduated from University of Arkansas in Marketing in May 2015. She ran 5th fastest 3000 metres indoor track and field in NCAA history. Dominque Scott was long time training partners with Little Rock native, Noah Findlay.[11]

Dominique Scott finished 6th at 2014 NCAA cross country championships.[12] As of November 2015, she is a three-time SEC cross country, indoor, and outdoor champion.

Year Championship Venue Event Time Place
2012 Southeastern Conference Indoor Kentucky – Nutter Field House – Lexington, KY 5000m 16:54.95 9th
2012 Southeastern Conference Outdoor LSU – Bernie Moore Track Stadium – Baton Rouge, LA 10,000m 35:04.96 2nd
2012 Southeastern Conference Outdoor LSU – Bernie Moore Track Stadium – Baton Rouge, LA 5000m 16:36.34 3rd
2013 Southeastern Conference Indoor Arkansas-Randal Tyson Track Center – Fayetteville, AR 3000m 9:30.94 8th
2013 Southeastern Conference Indoor Arkansas-Randal Tyson Track Center – Fayetteville, AR 5000m 16:35.02 5th
2013 Southeastern Conference Cross Country Arkansas-Randal Tyson Track Center – Fayetteville, AR 6000m 20:02.8 1st
2013 NCAA Cross Country LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course
Indiana State – Terre Haute, IN
6000m 20:38.9 28th
2014 Southeastern Conference Indoor Texas A&M-Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium – College Station, TX 5000m 16:00.73 1st
2014 Southeastern Conference Indoor Texas A&M-Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium – College Station, TX 3000m 9:11.56 2nd
2014 NCAA Indoor Albuquerque Convention Center – Albuquerque, NM 3000m 9:16.05 2nd
2014 NCAA Indoor Albuquerque Convention Center – Albuquerque, NM DMR 11:05.83 1st
2014 Southeastern Conference Outdoor Kentucky – Lexington, KY 10,000m 33:51.84 1st
2014 Southeastern Conference Outdoor Kentucky – Lexington, KY 5000m 15:53.74 2nd
2014 NCAA Outdoor Hayward Field – Eugene, OR 5000m 15:57.79 6th
2014 Southeastern Conference Cross Country Alabama – Tuscaloosa, AL 5872m 19:22.7 1st
2014 NCAA Cross Country LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course
Indiana State – Terre Haute, IN
6000m 20:01.3 6th
2015 Southeastern Conference Indoor Kentucky – Nutter Field House – Lexington, KY 3000m 9:17.24 1st
2015 Southeastern Conference Indoor Kentucky – Nutter Field House – Lexington, KY Mile 4:32.49 1st
2015 Southeastern Conference Outdoor Mississippi St. – Mississippi State, MS 5000m 16:06.52 1st
2015 Southeastern Conference Outdoor Mississippi St. – Mississippi State, MS 1500m 4:15.20 1st
2015 NCAA Outdoor Hayward Field – Eugene, OR 5000m 15:40.47 2nd
2015 NCAA Outdoor Hayward Field – Eugene, OR 10,000m 33:25.81 2nd
2015 Southeastern Conference Cross Country Texas A&M College Station, TX 77843 6000m 19:23.5 1st
2015 NCAA Cross Country E. P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park Louisville, KY 6000m 19:40.8 3rd
2016 Southeastern Conference Outdoor Sam Bailey Track Stadium Alabama – Tuscaloosa, AL 5000m 16:10.62 1st
2016 Southeastern Conference Outdoor Sam Bailey Track Stadium Alabama – Tuscaloosa, AL 1500m 4:25.15 2nd
2016 NCAA Outdoor Hayward Field – Eugene, OR 5000m 15:57.07 1st
2016 NCAA Outdoor Hayward Field – Eugene, OR 10,000m 32:35.69 1st

Source:[13] Source:[14]

Personal

Dominique Scott-Efurd married Cameron Efurd in December 2015.

Prep

Dominique Scott graduated from Rhenish Girls High School in Cape Town, South Africa. Scott's personal-best times of 4:28 in the 1,500m, 9:40 in the 3,000m, and 34:28 in the 10K road race garnered the attention of Lance Harter of Arkansas.

References

  1. ^ "Full Results: 2017 Herculis Monaco Diamond League Track and Field Results". Athletics South Africa. Retrieved March 15, 2018.
  2. ^ Meeting: ASA SENIOR & COMBINED EVENTS CHAMPIONSHIPS at BESTMED-TUKS (PRETORIA) from 2018/03/15 to 2018/03/17 Athletics South Africa
  3. ^ All-Athletics. "Profile of Dominique Scott".
  4. ^ "The Aetna Falmouth Elite Mile Saturday, August 19, 2017 at 5:45 PM". Falmouth Road Race. Retrieved November 9, 2017.
  5. ^ "Full Results: 2017 Herculis Monaco Diamond League Track and Field Results". letsrun.com. Retrieved November 9, 2017.
  6. ^ "2017 Carlsbad 5000 Elite Women Leaderboard". Rock n' Roll Racing. Retrieved 4 May 2017.
  7. ^ "Olympic Athlete Dominique Scott Runs on Lattes and Hard Work". HBFit.com. Retrieved 4 May 2017.
  8. ^ "DOMINIQUE SCOTT-EFURD SCHEDULE AND SEASON PREVIEW". BackTrack Sports. Retrieved November 9, 2017.
  9. ^ Bay to bay road race somosatletismo.com. 8 January 2017.
  10. ^ Bay to bay road race, Cape Town (South Africa) 8/01/2017 africathle.com. 8 January 2017.
  11. ^ February 2015 University of Washington Indoor 3000m Invitational
  12. ^ Dom Scott Post race interview
  13. ^ Dominique Scott Arkansas results
  14. ^ Dominique Scott South African National Olympic Trials 1500 meters results

External links

  • Dominique Scott University of Arkansas profile
  • Dominique Scott Athletics profile
  • Dominique Scott Twitter profile
  • Dominique Scott University of Arkansas results
  • Dominique Scott Junior 2010 National 1500m race
  • Dominique Scott Instagram
  • Dominique Scott national results
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