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  • 800 meter USA in Paris

    what's the current scoop ...

    who's running for USA men in Paris??

  • #2
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    I believe it is Krum, Robinson, and Burley. Supposedly Jonathan Johnson backed out, and then his coach publicly said that he still isn't sure. But I'm going to assume that he isn't since he hasn't run all summer.

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    • #3
      Re: 800 meter USA in Paris

      >I believe it is Krum, Robinson, and Burley.
      >Supposedly Jonathan Johnson backed out, and then
      >his coach publicly said that he still isn't
      >sure. But I'm going to assume that he isn't
      >since he hasn't run all summer.

      I think Derrick Peterson is in with his 1:45.69.

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      • #4
        Re: 800 meter USA in Paris

        Peterson is behind Burley for the third spot, as he finished lower than Burley at USATF.

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        • #5
          Re: 800 meter USA in Paris

          >Peterson is behind Burley for the third spot, as
          >he finished lower than Burley at USATF.

          But I thought that Burley didn't have an "A" qualifying mark. His best this year is only 1:46.17.

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          • #6
            Re: 800 meter USA in Paris

            But I thought that Burley didn't have
            >an "A" qualifying mark. His best this year is
            >only 1:46.17.

            Burley ran 1:45.39 in the 2002 NCAA. Thus he has his qualifier.

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            • #7
              Re: 800 meter USA in Paris

              Glad to see someone knows about Burley and his excellent 2002 NCAA. This year he won it. I'm a real fan of him!

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