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  • Penn State keeps churning out 800 runners.

    Sykes-Sabock Challenge

    1. Handal Roban Penn State [FR] 1:47.01
    2. Darius Smallwood Penn State [SO] 1:47.90
    3. Carter Fitzgerald Penn State [FR] 1:48.29
    4. Luke Seymour Penn State [FR] 1:48.29


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    • Originally posted by gm View Post
      Adeleke of Texas/Ireland 50.45 w400 at ABQ. No. 3 all-time collegian indoors now.
      For thoes who have been sleeping on Adeleke (9th place at worlds, 5th place at Euros) Its time to WAKE UP.
      She could very well win both the 200 and 400 at NCAAs this year.

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      • Originally posted by ATK View Post

        For thoes who have been sleeping on Adeleke (9th place at worlds, 5th place at Euros) Its time to WAKE UP.
        She could very well win both the 200 and 400 at NCAAs this year.
        I don't think anybody is sleeping on her after those relay legs last summer. She became so well known after prelims the cameraman twice shifted attention to her during the final, even though she was well back in the pack. That was third leg. There was so much attention to Adeleke the announcer failed to notice that Helena Ponette of Belgium was running a freakish all time best during that leg to surge Belgium into the lead.

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        • Originally posted by Awsi Dooger View Post

          I don't think anybody is sleeping on her after those relay legs last summer. She became so well known after prelims the cameraman twice shifted attention to her during the final, even though she was well back in the pack. That was third leg. There was so much attention to Adeleke the announcer failed to notice that Helena Ponette of Belgium was running a freakish all time best during that leg to surge Belgium into the lead.
          I dont doubt that, but most people here are American so are definitely less familiar.

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          • Originally posted by ATK View Post
            Adeleke (9th place at worlds,..
            Agree with your point about Adeleke.

            At the risk of veering off topic, this is an example of a statistical pet peeve of mine. Running a non-qualifying 4th in the semi-finals (fastest non-qualifier) does not mean someone was 9th place in the World Championships. To me, only finishers in the final earn a place.

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            • Originally posted by wamego relays champ View Post

              Agree with your point about Adeleke.

              At the risk of veering off topic, this is an example of a statistical pet peeve of mine. Running a non-qualifying 4th in the semi-finals (fastest non-qualifier) does not mean someone was 9th place in the World Championships. To me, only finishers in the final earn a place.
              your peeve is justified. 9th means nowt. Just did not make the final

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              • Originally posted by 18.99s View Post

                Great time, yet still short of Mary Cain's 4:24:11 at 17 years old in 2014. Oh, what could have been if she didn't go pro so young.
                Yeah. That was predictable and unfortunate.

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                • Michaela Rose to No. 2 w800 collegian all-time with a 2:00.18 at Boston

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                  • Originally posted by gm View Post
                    Michaela Rose to No. 2 w800 collegian all-time with a 2:00.18 at Boston
                    Hard to fathom that the OG/WC Gold Medalist was the only one to have broken 2!.

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                    • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                      Hard to fathom that the OG/WC Gold Medalist was the only one to have broken 2!.
                      Only 15 U.S. women have done so indoors.

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                      • At Ark

                        w400
                        1. Effiong (Ark) 51.02
                        2. Britton (Ark) 51.14

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                        • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                          At Ark

                          w400
                          1. Effiong (Ark) 51.02
                          2. Britton (Ark) 51.14
                          7 Arkansas women under 53. Yowza.

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                          • Tarsis Orogot' (Alabama-Uganda) 20.20 m200 at New Mexico.

                            =7th all-time collegiate indoor performer

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                            • And Roisin Willis (Stanford) promptly snatches that No. 2 all-time collegiate performer slot with a 1:59.95 at Chicago. (and she's still a U20 athlete this year!)

                              Juliette Whittaker 2:00.32 in 2nd.

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                              • Originally posted by gm View Post
                                And Roisin Willis (Stanford) promptly snatches that No. 2 all-time collegiate performer slot with a 1:59.95 at Chicago. (and she's still a U20 athlete this year!)

                                Juliette Whittaker 2:00.32 in 2nd.
                                According to WA she goes 3rd on the World all-time U20 indoor list behind Mu and Hodgkinson.

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