Adam Tenforde Cross Country and Track Class of 1999Adam had the trifecta his senior season -- the State Cross Country title in November 1998, followed by the State titles in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters in June 1999, along with a third at Foot Locker National meet, a sixth at U.S. Junior Nationals and a berth on the U.S. World Juniors team. The longer the race, the better Adam ran; he just ate up the kilometers and ground his competition into submission. He went on to become an All-American in cross country and the 10,000 meters at Stanford University.
- Third place finisher at Foot Locker National Cross-Country Championships (1998)
- Member of Junior National Cross-Country Team that competed in Belfast, Northern Ireland (1999)
- Three-time High School All-American (twice in track and field, once in cross-country)
- Four-time state champion (individual champion, XC 1998; Track: 1600 meter 1999; 3200 meter 1998 and 1999)
- School record in 1600 meters (4:09), 3200 meters (8:57) and 5,000 meters XC (15:10)
- Gatorade Track and Field Athlete of the year for Washington State in 1999
- Ran both cross-country and track and field at Stanford University, Stanford CA in 1999-2003
- Named CoSIDA First-team Academic All-American for Cross Country and Track and Field
- Awarded an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship
- Member of three NCAA Championship teams, including the American Collegiate Record for low score and largest margin of victory at NCAA Cross-Country Team Championship
- Five-time All-American Track and Field and Cross Country
Post College Accomplishments:
- 9th place finish at U.S. Olympic Trial Track and Field in Sacramento, CA 2004.