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  • steveu
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    Originally posted by Atticus View Post
    The very fact that she didn't run it two years ago is exactly why this DOES show significant improvement. She's run some goofy times in the past - great, then not-so - and her current level of 'maturity' means she is much better now than she ever was before.
    Good point.

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  • NotDutra5
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    Originally posted by Atticus View Post
    Who were the doofi who scheduled the XC Champs 2 days after the T&F Champs?!
    Probably a group of people who had a bunch of issues to take into consideration in November when the XC nationals were scheduled.

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  • Atticus
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    Originally posted by gm View Post
    Kind of major scratches, as expected with the XC Champs soon.
    Who were the doofi who scheduled the XC Champs 2 days after the T&F Champs?!
    Teare needs to run the Mile Saturday as a nice little speed-work warm-up for XC Monday!

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  • guru
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    Originally posted by Juicy News View Post
    https://www.flotrack.org/events/6866...nships/entries


    Looks like (Mu) is doing the 400 at ncaas.
    I like it. Nothing more for her to accomplish over 800m this indoor season, and more than likely she would not be faster after such a huge improvement last week. Her 400 on the other hand will be ripe for a drop, both physically and mentally.

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  • gm
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    Originally posted by Atticus View Post
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    Preview of coming attractions - too lazy to do women too, but their list is just as tantalizing


    Men 1 Mile
    1 Cooper Teare SR Oregon 3:50.39S
    2 Cole Hocker SO Oregon 3:50.55A
    3 Charlie Hunter JR Oregon 3:53.49S

    3 Conner Mantz JR BYU 7:47.50S

    Men 5000
    1 Conner Mantz JR BYU 13:28.00S
    2 Casey Clinger FR BYU 13:28.79S
    3 Brandon Garnica JR BYU 13:29.16S


    Kind of major scratches, as expected with the XC Champs soon.

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  • ATK
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    Here are the official declarations from NCAA if you dont like scrolling down on flotrack to see the women's entries as well:

    http://www.rtspt.com/ncaa/d1indoor21/

    Not sure what to think of Mu in the 400. Though im not sure she will get it, its wild to think she end the season with both the 800m and 400m NCAA (and WU20) records.
    Last edited by ATK; 03-03-2021, 02:29 AM.

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  • Atticus
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    Originally posted by Juicy News View Post
    Looks like she is doing the 400 at ncaas.​
    Preview of coming attractions - too lazy to do women too, but their list is just as tantalizing

    Men 60
    1 Micah Williams FR Oregon 6.53A
    2 Rikkoi Brathwaite JR Indiana 6.55A
    3 Kasaun James SR FL State 6.57A
    4 Raymond Ekevwo SR Florida 6.57A
    5 Tavarius Wright SR NC A&T 6.57A

    Men 200
    1 Terrance Laird SR LSU 20.28A
    2 Joseph Fahnbulleh SO Florida 20.32A
    3 Matthew Boling SO Georgia 20.37A

    Men 400
    1 Tyler Johnson JR OH State 45.07A
    2 Randolph Ross SO NC A&T 45.21A
    3 Bryce Deadmon SR Texas A&M 45.22A
    4 Jacory Patterson JR VA Tech 45.24A

    Men 800
    1 Charlie Hunter JR Oregon 1:45.59A
    2 Takieddine Hedeilli SR TX Tech 1:45.68A

    Men 1 Mile
    1 Cooper Teare SR Oregon 3:50.39S
    2 Cole Hocker SO Oregon 3:50.55A
    3 Charlie Hunter JR Oregon 3:53.49S

    Men 3000
    1 Cooper Teare SR Oregon 7:46.10A
    2 Cole Hocker SO Oregon 7:46.44A
    3 Conner Mantz JR BYU 7:47.50S

    Men 5000
    1 Conner Mantz JR BYU 13:28.00S
    2 Casey Clinger FR BYU 13:28.79S
    3 Brandon Garnica JR BYU 13:29.16S

    Men 60 Hurdles
    1 Trey Cunningham SR FL State 7.55A
    2 Jamal Britt JR Iowa 7.60A
    3 Damion Thomas SR LSU 7.60A

    Men High Jump
    1 JuVaughn Harrison SR LSU 2.28mA
    2 Earnie Sears SR USC 2.26mA
    3 Tejaswin Shankar SR KS State 2.25mA

    Men Pole Vault
    1 KC Lightfoot JR Baylor 6.00mA
    2 Zach McWhorter SO BYU 5.76mA
    3 Zach Bradford JR Kansas 5.75mA

    Men Long Jump
    1 JuVaughn Harrison SR LSU 8.33mA
    2 Isaac Grimes SR FL State 8.33mA
    3 Carey McLeod JR Tennessee 8.25mA

    Men Triple Jump
    1 Carey McLeod JR Tennessee 17.17mA
    2 Chengetayi Mapaya SR TCU 16.85mA
    3 Christian Edwards JR Alabama 16.64mA

    Men Shot Put
    1 Turner Washington JR AZ State 21.85mA
    2 Adrian Piperi SR Texas 21.74mA
    3 McKay Johnson SR USC 21.45mA

    Men Weight Throw
    1 Thomas Mardal SR Florida 24.16mA
    2 Israel Oloyede JR Arizona 23.18mA

    Men Heptathlon
    1 Kyle Garland SO Georgia 6012A
    2 Leo Neugebauer SO Texas 5960A
    3 Markus Ballengee SR Arkansas 5898A



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  • Juicy News
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    https://www.flotrack.org/events/6866...nships/entries


    Looks like she is doing the 400 at ncaas.

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  • Atticus
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    Originally posted by steveu View Post
    Meant to ask this earlier, but would most of you say that Mu could have run at least within a second of that 1:58.40 two years ago, when she ran 1:23 for 600? While I think her run last weekend was fantastic, I'm not sure if it's significant improvement so much as fulfilling the promise of the recent past.
    The very fact that she didn't run it two years ago is exactly why this DOES show significant improvement. She's run some goofy times in the past - great, then not-so - and her current level of 'maturity' means she is much better now than she ever was before.

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  • steveu
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    Originally posted by gh View Post
    Athing Mu tweet:


    Guys, I only ran that so people could stop calling me a 400m runner
    Meant to ask this earlier, but would most of you say that Mu could have run at least within a second of that 1:58.40 two years ago, when she ran 1:23 for 600? While I think her run last weekend was fantastic, I'm not sure if it's significant improvement so much as fulfilling promise of the recent past.

    (all of which isn't to say I don't think she might be the greatest someday soon ... i do)

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  • Atticus
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    Originally posted by ATK View Post
    800m runner, who can run a great 400
    Better tasting . . . less filling . . . better ta. . .

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  • ATK
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    800m runner, who can run a great 400

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  • Atticus
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    Originally posted by gh View Post
    Athing Mu tweet: Guys, I only ran that so people could stop calling me a 400m runner
    She needs some athletic identity advice from Juantorena.
    You are a 400 runner, Ms. Mu.
    And an 800 runner.

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  • gh
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    Athing Mu tweet:


    Guys, I only ran that so people could stop calling me a 400m runner

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  • NotDutra5
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    Originally posted by Wiederganger View Post
    I watched the 200m final and my impression was Boling was simply beaten by a better man on the day. I thought Boling looked messy, his form collapsed, and of course that schoolboy error of stepping on the line. Still, a great time, but clearly there are, as ever, a huge number of talents in the US right now, let's see who progresses the best outdoors.
    Looked like he may have stepped on the line on the curve at least once and then lost it as he came down the hill off the curve and virtually ran into the lane inside of his.

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