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    Re: What has Gabe Jennings been doing recently (serious ques

    Smoking out of a bong and touring Mexico looking for cheap dope, certainly not training or for that matter eating from looks of what I have seen.....

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  • Bob Duncan
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    Re: The good old days.

    Scott's last sub-4 (#137) was an indoor 3:59.88 in Los Angeles at age 36 (2/20/1993). See the Sub 4 Chronicle web site at http://easyweb.easynet.co.uk/~rsparks/sub4.htm for interesting stats along these lines.

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    Re: The good old days.

    If Scott were around today at 35 he would have a good chance of making the Olympic team. I wonder when Scott run his last sub 4 mile.

    I bet you with the right training Steve Holman could break 4 within 6 months. The guy run a 2:30 marathon with very little training. That tells me the talent is still there.

    Scott said recently if he trained today he could probably run around 4:15 - 4:20 for the mile.

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    Re: The good old days.

    <Scott's 3:35 at age 35 is very good but he was not a Master. Master's are 40 and over.>

    I believe 35 and over is considered masters for T&F in the U.S. for record purposes. Swimming may be the same. T&F may define masters differently than road racers.

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    Re: The good old days.

    I assume everytime EL. G runs a race he will break 4. The question is will be run at least 136 races during his career.
    It seems to me each time EL. G runs his time is almost always under 3:53. He already has the record for most sub 3:50 miles run.

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    <Scott's 3:35 at age 35 is very good but he was not a Master. Master's are 40 and over.>

    Maybe, but it is listed on the master's website.

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  • dl
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    Re: The good old days.

    For those of you in the San Francisco Bay Area, Gabe plans to run the Pacific Association Cross champs on Sunday, November 23 in Golden Gate Park. Always a great race, it'll be even better with Gabe's presence. Many of the Farm Teamers will be there, as well as other top area runners. The 6-mile race is on a 2-mile loop, with several excellent spectating spots.

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    Re: The good old days.

    Scott's 3:35 at age 35 is very good but he was not a Master. Master's are 40 and over.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: The good old days.

    >Malibu Barbie, I thought you were from
    >California. Fraud. That's CAL STATE San Marcos.

    Vahtever! Just show me sahm hot leettul college ladies to grope!

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    Malibu Barbie, I thought you were from California. Fraud. That's CAL STATE San Marcos.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: The good old days.

    >Put all his sub four minute miles together and
    >Scott has run a sub four pace for 136
    >miles.

    Thanks for doing the math, I was struggling trying to come up with what exactly 136 sub-4 miles would come out as in summation.


    Where is Scott coaching
    >today?

    UC-San Marcos

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: The good old days.

    Put all his sub four minute miles together and Scott has run a sub four pace for 136 miles.

    Scott is not the best miler in history, but he is probably the most consistent. Many runners go through their entire career just breaking 4 once. Scott did it 136 times. We now take the 4 minute mile for granted because of runners like Scott.

    Scott ran a 3:35 1500meters at 35 to set a US msster's record.

    I am glad Scott made the track and field hall of fame.

    Where is Scott coaching today?

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  • MJD
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    >El G.
    >won't ever get enough mile races to break Steve
    >Scott's record. Since 1997, he has run only 20
    >mile races, 16 under 3:50 and 4 above, the
    >slowest being 3;50.89 from Pre in 2002.

    How many 1500s has he run?

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    <<El G. won't ever get enough mile races to break Steve Scott's record. Since 1997, he has run only 20 mile races, 16 under 3:50 and 4 above, the slowest being 3;50.89 from Pre in 2002.>>

    If this is so Steve Scott will remain the only US distance runner with a world record.
    This means just about ever race Scott ran he broke 4. It helps when you run against athletes like Coe, Cram, Maree, Spivey, and Walker

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  • MJD
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    For interests sake, 13:44 Merciers
    >out to 1:03:56.

    The flipside to that is that a 66:32 merciers out to a 4:09.72.

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