Hansons-Brooks Distance Project

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The Hansons-Brooks Distance project is an OD (Olympic development) program, for post-collegiate distance runners. It has produced a number of notable professional runners. It is located in Rochester Hills, Michigan.[1]

Notable Runners[edit]

The project's first Olympian was Brian Sell at the 2008 Beijing Olympiad. The most recent success is that of Desiree Davila who finished second in the 2012 Olympic Marathon Trials in Houston, TX, January 14, 2012. In August 2016, Davila placed 7th in the Olympic Marathon in Rio de Janeiro.[2]


  1. ^ "Hansons Running". www.hansons-running.com. Retrieved 2016-12-11. 
  2. ^ Mich, Pan. "Rio 2016: Women's Marathon recap". VAVEL. Retrieved 2016-12-11. 

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