Fischer currently lives in Boulder, Colo., to train with the Tinman Elite Team. He also maintains a fulltime job as the marketing and communications coordinator for the Colorado Mountain Club. Fischer qualified for the championships in the 10,000 meters and finished third with a time of 29:53.63 Friday evening. Reigning USA Champion Lopez Lomong captured the NACAC title in 29:49.03. Drake University graduate Reed Fischer recorded another significant accomplishment in his professional career as the former Drake standout represented the United States at this weekend’s 2018 North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC) Senior Championships in Toronto, Canada. During his senior season at Drake, Fischer won three MVC titles and set three school records, including one at the Drake Relays, en route to qualifying for and finishing ninth in the 10,000 meters at the 2017 NCAA Championships. Fischer blossomed in his four years at Drake, continually improving and growing into one of the nation’s top runners before beginning a professional career. Print Friendly Version Fischer’s performance in a USA jersey added to an incredible first year as a professional for the 2017 Drake graduate. In June, he returned to Drake Stadium to compete in the USA Championship and finished fourth after leading for four of the final five laps of the race before Lomong overcame Fischer.