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  • Lamara Distin (TxAM-Jam) 1.97 wHJ at Clemson, =No. 3 all-time collegiate performer indoors

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    • UCLA's women went 10:54.49 in the DMR at Boston

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      • Favour Ofili (LSU-Nigeria) 22.36 w200 WL at Arkansas

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        • South Carolina's Anass Essayi (Morocco) almost broke the CR in the men's mile with a 3:50.46 at Boston

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          • Laurence Johnson, WI, ran 6.54 in Chicago. Not sure where that puts him on the NCAA and World list, but it is pretty high.

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            • Also in Chicago Friday night Willis and Whittaker went 1:59.95/2:00.32 which puts that very high on the NCAA list

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              • I can see why T&FN stopped their sub 4 mile list for Americans.

                BU broke the world record for most sub-4 miles at a single meet. Breaking the 2014 Prefontaine Classic's record of 26.Website: http://flosports.link/3p20lTjS...

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                • Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
                  Also in Chicago Friday night Willis and Whittaker went 1:59.95/2:00.32 which puts that very high on the NCAA list
                  As was noted in post 118 on this thread

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                  • Originally posted by gm View Post

                    As was noted in post 118 on this thread
                    Post 119

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                    • Originally posted by gm View Post

                      As was noted in post 118 on this thread
                      Originally posted by br View Post

                      Post 119
                      Both are correct. gm has chosen to ignore posts by at least one member, and said member has submitted a post on this topic, prior to the post in question.

                      Better to refer to a post with a link to avoid ambiguity.

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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.
                        There is a comment on the YouTube video that those two look like working so hard, while Mu and Hodgkinson look so smooth and effortless.

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                        • Originally posted by TN1965 View Post
                          There is a comment on the YouTube video that those two look like working so hard, while Mu and Hodgkinson look so smooth and effortless.
                          They would have HATED Zatopek who often looked like he was on death's door.

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                          • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                            They would have HATED Zatopek who often looked like he was on death's door.
                            No. They would have LOVED Zatopek. They appreciate Willis and Whitteker are working hard. That makes them more relatable to mere mortals like us.

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                            • Originally posted by TN1965 View Post
                              No. They would have LOVED Zatopek. They appreciate Willis and Whitteker are working hard. That makes them more relatable to mere mortals like us.
                              Aha, I misperceived the tone.

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                              • Britton Wilson 2:02.13 800m debut

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