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    Didn't Ron Jeremy run the mile in high school. I saw it mentioned in his bio once. I think he said he ran a 4:45 mile and did cross country. Obviously, he had more talents elsewhere.

    Back to the more serious matters.
    I wonder if this will be Krummenackers last year running the 800meters.

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    >Had no idea who Ron Jeremy was until I googled
    >him.

    You know, I think it's usually Ron Jeremy who does the googling. ;-)

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    I think Krummenacker proved himself today. He is a force to be reckoned with at both 800meters and 1500meters. He is carrying US distance running on his shoulders.

    Andrew kear
    http://cnjmug.com

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    Thanks for that beautiful image.

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    If I was going to watch a porn flick, I sure wouldn't want to see Ron Jeremy's ugly hairy ass all over the screen! I prefer "porn for track fans" like "Personal Best"!

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    >Had no idea who Ron Jeremy was until I googled
    >him.

    You probably have a bigger collection of tapes with Ron Jeremy on them than you do with track meets.

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    LIKE he was in the running anyway! He probably did score as many points as he could

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    He was ignorant of what the country expected of him????!!! He knew exactly why he was on the team - to score as many points for the USA as he could. I can forgive him his irresposibility, but there's no way that he was unclear as to why he was there.

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    Was Lassiter's decision to pace Legat really that dishonorable??? I don't see it that way! It's not like he made any deliberate effort to disrespect his country, he was just ignorant of what was expected of him!

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    Ron Jeremy is the Mickey Mantle or Carl Lewis of his field. He is the king. Actually, he is quite a charming fellow and has a good sense of humor about his profession.

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    Had no idea who Ron Jeremy was until I googled him.

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    Maybe this explain Lassiters poor times this year. There are bad vibes around him at the starting line.

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    Ron Jeremy has a higher name
    >recognition in this country than any elite
    >distance runner.

    As well he should considering the performance of American distance runners.

    Lassiter? Scum. Anyone American who would sacrifice points or placing that could benefit the US team in order to help a "clubmate" from another country isn't worth spit. He should have been suspended for a year. Hopefully he'll get clobbered at the Oly Trials in order to have even more time to ponder his classless actions at the World Cup.

    BTW - El G wasn't in the World Cup last year.

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    Sounds like an act totally lacking in class. He did apologize.

    This is the kind of story you would never find in USATODAY. The main stream sporting press hardly acknowledges track and field. Of course they will follow it during the Olympics.

    Ron Jeremy has a higher name recognition in this country than any elite distance runner.

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    this is not the 'whole' story, but Lassiter, after finishing last in the Grand Prix Final, decided his season was effectively over, even though he was our lone representative for the World Cup (an IAAF meet where national scores do count, as opposed to the OG and WC), he didn't give up his spot to someone who COULD effectively represent the USA. Meanwhile Bernard Lagat, his 'club' teammate was trying to devise ways to beat El G. So Lassiter offered to pace Lagat in attempt to beat El G. After his rabbiting chores were done, he jogged in, in last place (for the USA). Suffice it to say, team officials were less than pleased that their racer was the rabbit and didn't even TRY to place. I never saw the official senction (it dragged on for a while), but he was reprimanded and apologized profusely. I attribute it to bad 'good intentions' and immaturity. No malice was intended but much taken.

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