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  • I would think Seidel would have equal or better chance at that 10 Mile record!
    LOL

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    • Originally posted by aaronk View Post
      I would think Seidel would have equal or better chance at that 10 Mile record!
      LOL
      Well, I thought that too.

      But, all the talk is only of D'Amato going for the record. Maybe that's because she was the one who asked for the race to be arranged?

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      • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post

        Well, I thought that too.

        But, all the talk is only of D'Amato going for the record. Maybe that's because she was the one who asked for the race to be arranged?
        I think Seidel is the better athlete, there are reasons that she finished the marathon better than D'Amato. Of course we do not know what sort of training and what shape Molly is in and how much she has prepped for this race. At least color me not surprised if she wins; since the time is not all that tough the odds of breaking it are good. On the other hand, a close race might result in a slower time as they jockey some and neither wants to be the rabbit for the other one.

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        • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
          Loads of 10,000m races taking place
          I'll say! Here's just one of them - Heat 8:

          Originally posted by trackinsun
          1 Justus Soget (ken) 27:35.57; 2 Evans Keitany (ken) 27:36.08; 3 Samuel Chemolei Masai (ken) 27:36.37; 4 Titus Wambua (ken) 27:39.50; 5 Kiprono Sitonik (ken) (2001) 27:42.99; 6 Lorot Andrew (ken) 27:45.08; 7 Philemon Kiplagat (ken) 27:45.87; 8 Saidimu Simon (ken) 27:46.01; 9 Macharia Ndirangu 27:46.88; 10 Ledama Kisaisa (ken) 27:47.49; 11 Dominic Lagat (ken) 27:50.93; 12 Victor Kipkirui (ken) 27.52.89; 13 Yego Evans (ken) 27:53.95; 14 Shinobu Kubota 27:55.07; 15 Patrick Wambui (ken) 27:56.81; 16 Nicholas Losimbei (ken) 27:59.74; 17 Taisei Nakamura 28:03.81; 18 Myles Musoni?? (ken) 28:06.21; 19 Jackson Cabesa (ken) 28:07.69; 20 Ledama Wesley (ken) 28:09.64; 21 Shoya Kawase 28:10.41; 22 Mitsunori Asaoka 28:10.86; 23 David Ngure (ken) 28:15.10; 24 Benuel Mogeni (ken) 28:15.53; 25 Yohei Suzuki 28:27.90; 26 Akito Terui 28:27.90; 27 Daisuke Momozawa 28:57.12.
          Stinks to break 28 and finish 16th in your heat.

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          • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
            Then on Monday, Kiera D'Amato and Molly Seidel are racing over 10 miles with D'Amato attacking the US road Record (52:12).
            That race has now been postponed to Tuesday.

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            • D'Amato crushed the Record with her 51:21.
              Seidel was probably sub-53 in 2nd, with 2 or 3 others in the 54-55 range.
              This was for the AR for Women Only---previous best by Janet Bawcom--52:12.

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              • Minami-Ku, 11/22-3
                heat 7 Charles Kamau Wanjiku 27:30.09 (I looked him up on Tilastopaja; his DOB is just listed as "00", so he's going to be "21" soon. He ran a 29:45 road 10k in Birmingham "Ain't no ham like Birmingham", ALA, and a 66:38A half in Denver in 2018, then in 2019 he finished 3rd in U20 10,000 in 29:52.5A, and 12th in the WC Trials, 29:28.73A, both in Nairobi.)
                Cheers,
                Alan Shank
                Woodland, CA, USA

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                • I love random great marks:

                  Originally posted by trackinsun
                  Paarl (South Africa), 28.11.2020
                  mJT Rocco Van Royen 87.62

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                  • That's a PR for him, and the 3rd best in the world this year.

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                    • I see there's a World Tour meet in Brazil next Sunday with Romani in the mSP.

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                      • Good stuff in Osaka [from trackinsun]

                        Men
                        5.000m 1 Yuta Bando 13:18.49; 2 Justus Soget (ken) 13:20.55; 3 Amos Kurgat (ken) 13.21.39; 4 Benard Kimeli (ken) 13:24.53; 5 Hiroki Matsueda 13:24.78

                        10.000m A 1 Akira Aizawa 27:18.75 NR; 2 Bernard Koech (ken) 27:19.42; 3 Tatsuhiko Ito 27:25.73; 4 Kazuki Tamura 27:28.92; 5 Daiji Kawai 27:34.86; 6 Tetsuya Yoroizaka 27:36.29; 7 Suguru Osako 27:36.93; 8 Yuki Sato 27:41.84; 9 Cleophas Kandie (ken) 27:43.51; 10 Ren Tazawa 27:46.09; 11 Kenta Murayama 27:50.09; 12 Tatsuya Maruyama 27:52.27; 13 keijiro Mogi 27:57.36; 14 Tatsuya Oike 27:58.40; 15 Yohei Ikeda 27:58.52; 16 Yuto Aoki 27:58.63; 17 Hiroto Inoue 27:59.40

                        3.000m Steeple 1 Kosei Yamaguchi 8:24.19; 2 Philemon Kiplagat (ken) 8:24.74

                        Women
                        5.000m 1 Nozomi Tanaka 15:05.65; 2 Ririka Hironaka 15:07.11; 3 Tabitha Kamau (ken) 15:09.63

                        10.000m 1 Hitomi Niiya 30:20.44; 2 Mao Ichiyama 31:11.56; 3 Sayaka Sato 31.30.19; 4 Rina Nabashima 31:31.52; 5 Mikuni Yada 31.34.39; 6 Ayumi Hagiwara 31:36.04; 7 Sakiho Tsutsui 31:36.19; 8 Yuka Ando 31:37.71; 9 Rika Kaseda 31:39.86; 10 Shiori Yano 31:46.84

                        3.000m Steeple 1 Yukari Ishizawa 9:48.76

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                        • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                          10.000m 1 Hitomi Niiya 30:20.44
                          This is also a new NR for Japan

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                          • Should you prefer the official results:
                            https://www.jaaf.or.jp/live/jch-de/1...TimeTable.html

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                            • Originally posted by gm View Post
                              Should you prefer the official results:
                              https://www.jaaf.or.jp/live/jch-de/1...TimeTable.html
                              Fersure . . . 競技一覧-開始時刻別

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                              • Originally posted by xw View Post

                                This is also a new NR for Japan
                                By 28 seconds. The new spikes are destroying the old records left and right.
                                The top three in men's 10000m are all under the old NR. Osako had a new PB and only good for 7th.
                                Aizawa, Tanaka, Niiya all clinched their Olympic berths. Ito and Hironaka will get another chance next spring. (They are already under the standard.) Bando, Tamura and Yamaguchi just missed the standard.
                                Too bad the new SC sensation (Miura) missed the meet. He apparently had a bruise on his foot.

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