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'22 USATF m10,000 — Joe Klecker 28:28.71

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  • '22 USATF m10,000 — Joe Klecker 28:28.71

    status of entries:
    Grant Fisher NIKE / Bowerman Track Club 26:33.84 qualified declared
    William Kincaid NIKE / Bowerman Track Club 27:12.78 qualified declared
    Benjamin True ASICS / Northwoods Athletics 27:14.95 qualified declared
    Sean McGorty NIKE / Bowerman Track Club 27:18.15 qualified declared
    Emmanuel Bor 27:22.80 qualified declared
    Joe Klecker On Athletics Club 27:23.44 qualified declared
    Shadrack Kipchirchir American Distance Project 27:24.93 qualified declared
    Conner Mantz NIKE 27:25.23 qualified declared
    Sam Chelanga U.S. Army 27:33.77 qualified declared
    Dillon Maggard 27:37.26 qualified declared
    Lopez Lomong NIKE / Bowerman Track Club 27:39.96 qualified declared
    Connor McMillan American Fork 27:40.55 qualified declared
    Frank Lara Altra 27:43.13 qualified declared
    Jacob Thomson Under Armour 27:57.32 accepted declared
    Abbabiya Simbassa Under Armour / Dark Sky Distance 27:59.94 accepted declared
    Benjamin Eidenschink 28:00.54 accepted declared
    Zachery Panning Hansons-Brooks Distance Project 28:01.80 accepted declared
    John Reniewicki Under Armour 28:15.65 accepted declared
    Tai Dinger Wisconsin Runner Racing Team 28:19.79 accepted declared
    Geoffrey Kipchumba U.S. Army 28:22.84 accepted declared
    Aidan Reed Roots Running Project 28:44.68 accepted declared
    Ryan Kutch Central Park Track Club (CPTC) - Tracksmith 28:45.49 accepted declared
    Robert Brandt Under Armour 27:39.20 qualified scratched
    Last edited by gh; 05-26-2022, 09:22 PM.

  • #2
    Most will want a 'tactical' (euphemism for 'slow') race, but I'm guessing someone will intuit the obvious (I ain't got the kick) and Pre it.

    I'll say right around 27-flat with the 'obvious' three being Fisher, Kinkaid and Klecker or EBor. I nominate Mantz as the pace-setter.

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    • #3
      I'll go with Fischer (obvious), Kipchirchir and Bor in about 27:20.

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      • #4
        Fisher is so dominant, timewise, that he could control the pace to his liking, and win any way he wants!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by aaronk View Post
          Fisher is so dominant, timewise, that he could control the pace to his liking, and win any way he wants!
          He can certainly win off any pace, but he can't control the pace if someone wants to run hard and he'd rather not.

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          • #6
            Kincaid, Fisher and Klecker

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            • #7
              our formchart:
              1. Grant Fisher (Nike Bowerman TC) 1
              2. Woody Kincaid (Nike Bowerman TC) 2
              3. Sean McGorty (Nike Bowerman TC)………….. nr
              4. Joe Klecker (On AC) 3
              5. Emmanuel Bor (unattached) 8
              6. Ben True (ASICS/Northwood Athletics) 4
              7. Shadrack Kipchirchir (American Distance Project) nr
              8. Conner Mantz (Nike) 5
              9. Samuel Chelanga (US Army) 9
              10. Dillon Maggard (unattached) nr

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                Most will want a 'tactical' (euphemism for 'slow') race, but I'm guessing someone will intuit the obvious (I ain't got the kick) and Pre it.

                I'll say right around 27-flat with the 'obvious' three being Fisher, Kinkaid and Klecker or EBor. I nominate Mantz as the pace-setter.
                The problem is that I don't think Mantz is fast enough to drop the BTC guys. That should not stop him from front running, because he has even less chance in a kicker's race.

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                • #9
                  I'm picking Fisher, Kincaid, and McGorty.

                  Teamwork makes the dream work. (Or something like that.)

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by RunningInCircles View Post
                    I'm picking Fisher, Kincaid, and McGorty.

                    Teamwork makes the dream work. (Or something like that.)
                    GH's post above suggests that McGorty isn't running.

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                    • #11
                      My top 5 picks:

                      1. Fisher, 2. Kincaid, 3. McGorty, 4. Bor, 5. Klecker

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Trickstat View Post

                        GH's post above suggests that McGorty isn't running.
                        are you reading the "nr" wwhich means "not ranked last year" as "not running"? He wouldn't be on our formchart if it were the latter

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Trickstat View Post

                          GH's post above suggests that McGorty isn't running.
                          So picking him third is an indication of 'not running'? the dots go to nr, not ranked, which the last column.

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                          • #14
                            Rupp ran 27:25 in 2012 with Ritz pushing the pace late in the race, next fastest is Lomong's 27:30. I would be very surprised if this race went 27 flat, even factoring shoes. None of the BTC guys need to push, they can just sit and kick. Mantz' PR is 27:41?

                            My guess, it goes 27:30ish again.

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                            • #15
                              nice night for distance running

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