Date: 22 Jan 2014

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Garrett Heath joins the Brooks Beasts Team

One year ago, Brooks created the Brooks Beats Track Club, a team of world-class middle distance runners based in Seattle that train and compete together while helping to promote and bolster the sport of running.

Today, the Brooks Beasts welcome 1500m specialist Garrett Heath who completes the Brooks Beasts team.

“The Beasts are now unimpaired. We are lock, stock and barrel” said Brooks Beasts Head Coach Danny Mackey. “A big advantage to being on the Brooks Beasts is that we function like a team so with a full roster the athletes can train together and use that synergy to achieve goals they could not do alone.”

Focusing on the lengthier end of the mid-distance spectrum, Garrett most recently beat Asbel Kiprop and Kenenisa Bekele in the invitational 4K race at the Bupa Great Edinburgh Cross Country in a time of 11:51. Garrett has a 1500 PR of 3:34.10 and a 5K PR of 13:20.

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