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  • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
    ...
    But 18 year-old Seira Fuwa may turn out to be the best of them all.
    She ran the 5th leg, the longest leg at 9.2km. The Course Record for this leg from the previous 38 editions was 29:14... Anyway, Seira Fuwa ran a phenomenal 28:00 ...
    Finishing just ahead of her, Yuka Suzuki ran 28:59
    I have some confusion in this report was her time really 29:00 (not 28:00), one second slower than Suzuki's 28:59?

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    • Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post

      I have some confusion in this report was her time really 29:00 (not 28:00), one second slower than Suzuki's 28:59?
      No, Fuwa's time was 28:00. Suzuki crossed the line (exchange zone) 9 seconds ahead of her, running 28:59, having started the Ekiden leg 1:08 ahead of Fuwa.
      Last edited by LuckySpikes; 11-16-2021, 06:09 PM.

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      • At the Lisbon Half Marathon Jacob Kiplimo took 1 second off the WR with 57:31. After 5km he had no-one for company and there were no pacemakers.

        Tsehay Gemechu won the Women's race in a touch over 66 minutes.

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        • Insane splits for the first 5ks....13:50, 13:15, 13:22....

          https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=h8ECBuaLtSM&t=212s

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          • Last 10 miles in 43:41.

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            • Fukuoka Marathon is over after this year. Good video.

              https://m.youtube.com/watch?time_con...ture=emb_title

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              • Originally posted by Conor Dary View Post
                Fukuoka Marathon is over after this year.
                Fukuoka was THE marathon when I first became a T&F devotee. These results are burned into my neurons.
                1967.12.03 Derek Clayton 2:09:37 WR
                1968.12.08 Bill Adcocks 2:10:48
                1969.12.07 Jerome Drayton 2:11:13
                1970.12.06 Akio Usami 2:10:38
                1971.12.05 Frank Shorter 2:12:51
                1972.12.03 Frank Shorter 2:10:30
                1973.12.02 Frank Shorter 2:11:45
                1974.12.08 Frank Shorter 2:11:32
                1975.12.07 Jerome Drayton 2:10:09
                1976.12.05 Jerome Drayton 2:12:35
                1977.12.04 Bill Rodgers 2:10:56
                1978.12.03 Toshihiko Seko 2:10:21
                1979.12.02 Toshihiko Seko 2:10:35
                1980.12.07 Toshihiko Seko 2:09:45
                1981.12.06 Robert de Castella 2:08:18 WR
                1982.12.05 Paul Ballinger 2:10:15
                1983.12.04 Toshihiko Seko 2:08:52

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                • The Kenyans-running-in-Japan phenomenon continues to fascinate me. [from C Baronet]

                  Tokyo (Japan), 27Nov2021
                  Hachioji Long Distance
                  Men
                  10.000m heat 6
                  1 Evans Keitany (ken) 27:28.25; 2 James Muoki (ken) 27:28.49; 3 Samuel Masai (ken) 27:28.77; 4 Tatsuhiko Ito 27:30.69; 5 Tomoki Ota 27:33.13; 6 Sitonik Kiprono (ken) 27:33.78; 7 Philip Murwa (ken) 27:35.29; 8 Cleophas Kandie (ken) 27:36.06; 9 Patrick Wambui (ken) 27:36.87; 10 Amos Kurgat (ken) 27:37.82; 11 Tetsuya Yoroizaka 27:41.78; 12 Hiroki Matsueda 27:42.73; 13 Kota Murayama 27:45.09; 14 Philemon Kiplagat (ken) 27:46.91; 15 Kisaisa Ledama (eth) 27:47.17; 16 Yusuke Tamura 27:48.42; 17 Benuel Mogeni (ken) 27:48.77; 18 Musoni Muiru (ken) 27:51.43; 19 Dominic Langat (ken) 27:57.03; 20 Akira Aizawa 27:58.35; 21 Yuya Yoshida 27:59.14; 22 Takashi Ichida 28:05.89; 23 Yuhei Urano 28:12.91; 24 Naoki Koyama 28:12.96; 25 Taku Fujimoto 28:14.86; 26 Noah Kiplimo (ken) 28.21.07; 27 Yeneburo Biyazen (eth) 28:28.25; 28 James Bunuka (ken) 28:35.41; 29 Daiji Kawai 28:56.40; 30 Patrick Mathenge Wambui (ken) 28:56.45
                  10.000m heat 7
                  1 Hiroto Inoue 27:43.17; 2 Keijiro Mogi 27:44.17; 3 Tomoya Ogikubo 27:44.74; 4 Kanta Shimizu 27:45.04; 5 Kazuya Shiojiri 27:45.18; 6 Naoki Aiba 27:48.26; 7 Kazuya Nishiyama 27:48.26; 8 Hironori Tsuetaki 27:49.80; 9 Kiyoshi Koga 27:51.64; 10 Hideyuki Tanaka 27:52.60; 11 Tatsuya Oike 27:53.45; 12 Yuki Muta 27:56.25; 13 Takato Suzuki 27:57.15; 14 Masashi Nonaka 27:58.38; 15 Yohei Ikeda 28:00.65; 16 Shingo Moriyama 28:01.06; 17 Syunya Kikuchi 28:02.17; 18 Takahiro Nakamura 28:03.73; 19 Shoya Kawase 28:03.89; 20 Wataru Togichi 28:14.05; 21 Daisuke Hosomori 28:16.04; 22 Kosei Yamaguchi 28:18.76; 23 Keita Yoshida 28:24.52; 24 Takuya Hujikawa 28:25.17; 25 Kensuke Horio 28:25.74; 26 Kiseki Shiozawa 28:27.20; 27 Benard Kimani (ken) 28:28.24; 28 Taisei Nakamura 28:28.82; 29 Naoki Okamoto 28:50.27; 30 Mitsunori Asaoka 28:55.30; 31 Mizuki Higashi 28:56.83
                  10.000m heat 5
                  1 Yamato Otsuka 28:10.57; 2 Gaku Hoshi 28:14.12; 3 Akito Terui 28:17.89; 4 Ren Yonemitsu 28:19.46; 5 Toshiya Sato 28:19.52; 6 Daisuke Doi 28:19.78; 7 Kazuto Kawabata 28:21.16; 8 Yuma Hattori 28:22.86; 9 Chihiro Ono 28:23.68; 10 Ryuya Kajitani 28:24.94; 11 Kento Kikutani 28:25.98; 12 Ryota Matono 28:33.17; 13 Ryoto Yoshioka 28:37.87; 14 Kazuki Muramoto 28:38.49; 15 Fuma Kato 28:43.41; 16 Masaki Sakuda 28:47.52; 17 Akihiro Kaneko 28:48.19
                  10.000m heat 4
                  1 Shota Maeda 28:05.62; 2 Takashi Namba 28:06.95; 2 Rintaro Takeda 28:07.41; 4 Yuta Shimoda 28:08.07; 5 Kosuke Yamada 28:08.48; 6 Ken Nakamaya 28:09.92; 7 Keisuke Hayashi 28:23.02; 8 Yusuke Ogura 28:23.57; 9 Shuto Mikami 28:25.44; 10 Shun Sakuraoka 28:29.36; 11 Daiki Hattori 28:38.46; 12 Taishi Yamada 28:39.24; 13 Kei Katanishi 28:41.11; 14 Ryo Kuchimachi 28:41.75; 15 Kenta Mutou 28:42.20; 16 Ryohei Nishiyama 28:43.16; 17 Daichi Takeuchi 28:45.43; 18 Yuya Ueda 28:46.24; 19 Hazuma Hattori 28:54.37; 20 Ryota Ejima 28:54.85; 21 Masami Nagakura 28:57.04
                  10.000m heat 3
                  1 Tetsu Yokoyama 28:26.34; 2 Yuki Seto 28:37.93; 3 Daisuke Higuchi 28:38.42; 4 Yosei Hoshida 28:38.58; 5 Kouhei Mukai 28:39.64; 6 Yusuke Oosumi 28:42.89; 7 Shinta Miyazawa 28:43.60; 8 Hiroyuki Ishikawa 28:43.60; 9 Noriaki Oyama 28:47.55; 10 Hayato Mera 28:48.91; 11 Jun Nobuto 28:52.00; 12 Shuichi Kondo 28:52.55; 13 Tsukasa Koyama 28:53.51; 14 Ryo Saito 28:55.20; 15 Tomoki Kawamura 28:56.06; 16 Naoki Tomita 28:57.37
                  10.000m heat 2
                  1 Tomoya Kitamura 28:40.69; 2 Takaki Iwamuro 28:44.52; 3 Willy Kipselem (ken) 28:46.49; 4 Shotaro Hosokawa 28:51.35; 5 Tomoya Yoneda 28:52


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                  • That's a lot of fast Japanese 10k guys as well. In late November? It's not like Japan is in the Southern Hemisphere.

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                    • Originally posted by Steele View Post
                      That's a lot of fast Japanese 10k guys as well. In late November? It's not like Japan is in the Southern Hemisphere.
                      Most male distance runners in Japan peak in late December / early January, because that's when the most important races take place.

                      That's one reason they usually underperform in track championships. Summer is off-season for them.

                      Mid December. National JHS Ekiden.
                      Late December. National HS Ekiden.
                      1/1 National Corporate Ekiden.
                      1/2-3 Tokyo-Hakone Ekiden (for college runners.)

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                      • Kind of in their own little world. Even the Aussies, etc., put their eggs in the summer Euro meets, with another peak in their own summer (northern hemi winter). I guess you go where your bread is buttered, so can't blame them.

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                        • They're right back at it.

                          [frm CBaronet]

                          Yokohama (Japan), 4-5.12.2021

                          Men
                          10.000m (4) h10
                          1 Antipas Kibet (ken) 27:22.93;
                          2 Jonathan Ndiku (ken) 27:23.06;
                          3 Ren Tazawa (foto) 27:23.44;
                          4 Vincent Yegon (ken) 27:24.42;
                          5 Bernard Koech (ken) 27:46.87;


                          Women
                          5.000m (4) h8
                          1 Naomi Kariuki Mussoni (ken) 14:49.94;
                          2 Agnes Mukari (ken) (2002) 14:53.73;
                          3 Tabitha Kamau (ken) 14:54.25;
                          4 Nozomi Tanaka 15:04.83;
                          5 Desta Burka (eth) 15:16.14;

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                          • Originally posted by TN1965 View Post

                            Fuwa ran 31:29 10k in another Ekiden over the past weekend. She will likely to make a 10k debut on track early next year.

                            https://japanrunningnews.blogspot.co...an-womens.html
                            Seira Fuwa is entered in the 10,000 at the Kansai Time Trials this Saturday ...

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                            • It just keeps coming
                              [fm CB]

                              Kyoto (Japan), 10.12.2021
                              Men
                              5.000m
                              1 Samuel Chebole 13.11.72;
                              2 Hyuga Endo 13:16.40;
                              3 Kazuya Shiojiri 13:16.53;
                              4 Takuma Sunaoka 13:19.96;

                              Women
                              5.000m
                              1 Tabitha Kamau Njeri (ken) 15:00.68;
                              2 Tomoka Kimura 15:02.48;
                              3 Nozomi Tanaka 15:04.10;

                              10.000
                              1 Rino Goshima 31:10.02;
                              2 Harumi Okamoto 31:41.00;

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                              • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post

                                Seira Fuwa is entered in the 10,000 at the Kansai Time Trials this Saturday ...
                                30:45 in her 10k debut.

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