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  • 3K American Record for Nuguse at Terrier (+5K AR by Kincaid)

    (Deserves its own thread)

  • #2
    Is it correct that Sam Atkin ran an indoor 3 K in
    8.31 in the USA..Any confirmations ?


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    • #3
      Nuguse 7:28.24 AR 3k at the Terrier meet (the BU track delivers again). Sam Atkin 7:31.97, Mario Garcia 7:34.74, Addisu Yihune 7:36.13, Drew Bosley CR 7:36.42, Hobbs Kessler 7:39.00...



      Also, Luis Grijalva 3:53.53
      Last edited by steveu; 01-27-2023, 11:04 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by steveu View Post
        Sam Atkin 7:31.97
        2nd British indoor record of the day after DA-S's 60.

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        • #5

          Nuguse's mark was 7:28.24, if you missed it in the other thread, followed by Sam Atkin 7:31.97 NR, Mario Garcia 7:34.74 (NR?), Addisu Yihune 7:36.13, Drew Bosley CR 7:36.42, Hobbs Kessler 7:39.00...




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          • #6
            Thanks posters

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            • #7
              Originally posted by steveu View Post
              Nuguse's mark was 7:28.24, if you missed it in the other thread, followed by Sam Atkin 7:31.97 NR, Mario Garcia 7:34.74 (NR?), Addisu Yihune 7:36.13, Drew Bosley CR 7:36.42, Hobbs Kessler 7:39.00...​
              Adel Mechaal ran 7:30.82 (European Record) at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix last year.

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              • #8
                Another thread for Kincaid? Be fair

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                • #9
                  It's pretty obvious at this point that for one reason or another, the BU track is as fast or faster than outdoor tracks for distance races. It's why time qualifying in NCAA indoors is a farce. Certain tracks are faster than the others and the quality of pacing matters.

                  These are two things that people who follow horse racing have noticed since Andy Beyer in the early 70s.

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                  • #10
                    Boston Thomas Terrier 5000m:

                    Woody Kincaid 12:51.61 AR
                    Joe Klecker 12:54.99

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Davidokun View Post

                      Adel Mechaal ran 7:30.82 (European Record) at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix last year.
                      Mario Garcia's 7:34.74 places him behind Mechaal at '#4 AT performer on the ESP list and also 4th under 7:35. He's now ahead of Mohamed Katir and Fermin Cacho in 5 and 6 respectively. His previous indoor best was 7:48.40 at Fayettville in January 2021.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by El Toro View Post

                        Mario Garcia's 7:34.74 places him behind Mechaal at '#4 AT performer on the ESP list and also 4th under 7:35. He's now ahead of Mohamed Katir and Fermin Cacho in 5 and 6 respectively. His previous indoor best was 7:48.40 at Fayettville in January 2021.
                        While always talented, he became a different guy in between the NCAA and WCs last year. To the extent that when he was racing in Eugene in the WC, I didn't realize that Mario Garcia was the same athlete referred to in NCAA competition as Mario Garcia Romo.

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