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  • #16
    This is nuts and horrible to watch...especially for a guy like Teare with a real future....heat stroke is a real thing. And comes up rapidly...I've had it....

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Pierceath...00914022584325
    Last edited by Conor Dary; 11-20-2021, 06:49 PM.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Atticus View Post
      Yup - what an animal - Pre reincarnate. Every time someone tried to slow the torrid pace, he just gunned it more.
      28:33 on grass is epic.
      He may never replicate his XC prowess on the track, but he's defo in my short-list HOF.
      Here is a guy who should move to road as soon as possible. He doesn't have the closing speed to be a medal threat at Olympic or WC 10k.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by player View Post

        Today was not humid at all, and Tally is a different climate zone from Ft Myers, but even temps in the low 60's F under cloudless sky can have an effect given an effort of sufficient intensity and length. And today's race was very fast from the outset.

        To be fair to the official, I of course didn't hear what he said and, for all I know, he may have told Teare not to finish unless he felt up to it. Dorando Pietri did actually cross my mind.
        Jim Peters too....

        At the 1954 Vancouver Commonwealth Games he reached the stadium in first place, 17 minutes ahead of the next runner and 10 minutes ahead of the record, but collapsed repeatedly and failed to finish. After covering just 200 metres in 11 minutes, he was stretchered away and never raced again. "I was lucky not to have died that day", he later said.

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        • #19
          Think Teare was a case of dehydration/leg cramp bonk rather than heat stroke of the brain fry variety and he'll be fine.

          Good luck to Mantz in the next step. And being the next Zatopek: the guy who looks like he's in agony but always has something more.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by player View Post
            Think Teare was a case of dehydration/leg cramp bonk rather than heat stroke of the brain fry variety and he'll be fine.

            Good luck to Mantz in the next step. And being the next Zatopek: the guy who looks like he's in agony but always has something more.
            That looked far worse than leg cramp.. You wouldn't know that while he was racing. They should have just pulled him from the course...he did 6+ minutes for the final k.... heat stress can also be dangerous.... hopefully he recovers completely but that is not a certainty.

            An Olympian friend in England saw it and was appalled....thinking it could have been her son who just missed qualifying last week. Good thing he didn't go.

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            • #21
              In the meantime NAU easily wins it's 5th title in 6 years but let's focus on Teare. And in spite of losing Grijalva. They return everyone next year and will likely be getting Newbury Park studs in the near future...they already get Sahlman next year plus the Young brothers after that.

              Also Grand Valley blows out the D2 field going 1-2 in the race and Zach Panning takes 11th at Chicago in 2:15...Go Lakers!
              Last edited by JMysterio; 11-21-2021, 05:21 AM.

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              • #22

                Results show Florida State women with six finishers and two DNFs.

                Florida State

                22
                92
                93
                120
                141
                (169)

                DNF

                Caitlin Wilkey
                Florida State [FR] - 189

                DNF

                Agnes McTighe
                Florida State [FR] - 184

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                • #23
                  this is only the second time a school has had both individual winners; first was Indiana '88

                  trivia question: without looking, name the two Hoosiers

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                  • #24
                    Bob Kennedy was one....

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by JMysterio View Post
                      In the meantime NAU easily wins it's 5th title in 6 years but let's focus on Teare. And in spite of losing Grijalva. They return everyone next year and will likely be getting Newbury Park studs in the near future...they already get Sahlman next year plus the Young brothers after that.
                      Yesterday at the Southern Section CIF Championships Newbury Park scored a perfect 15 in their division, and six of the top ten times across all divisions. It will be interesting to see what they do next week at State.

                      https://www.finishedresults.com/file...ionships/9.pdf

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Black September View Post
                        Results show Florida State women with six finishers and two DNFs.

                        Florida State

                        22
                        92
                        93
                        120
                        141
                        (169)

                        DNF

                        Caitlin Wilkey
                        Florida State [FR] - 189

                        DNF

                        Agnes McTighe
                        Florida State [FR] - 184
                        Wilkey has no splits. I'd presume she was actually DNS, not DNF.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by gh View Post
                          this is only the second time a school has had both individual winners; first was Indiana '88

                          trivia question: without looking, name the two Hoosiers
                          Sub 4 minute HS miler Matthew Maton's mom.

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                          • #28
                            https://mobile.twitter.com/PDX_devin...53057601343493

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by wamego relays champ View Post

                              Yesterday at the Southern Section CIF Championships Newbury Park scored a perfect 15 in their division, and six of the top ten times across all divisions. It will be interesting to see what they do next week at State.

                              https://www.finishedresults.com/file...ionships/9.pdf
                              They'll clean up for sure. Great Oak and Loyola are both quality programs and NP went 1-6 on them. I will like to see when the Youngs and the Sahlmans are gone to see if they can maintain this incredible development. Also to see how NP alumni fair post high school. So far only Nico is any kind of barometer and he really took a little step backward this year. Any idea what kind of mileage they're running in HS?

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                              • #30
                                I'm not sure calling a 19 year old running 24 seconds behind a 24 year old (couple weeks from turning 25) that has run 27:41 on the track a step backward. Every xc race is new and unique, this year was a barn burner, taking 20 seconds off a CR held by a pro. He finished down the chart a little, and probably turned in the best ever U.S. performance at 10k by someone his age.

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