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  • #91
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    • #92
      Scott record is on flotrack

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      • #93
        Spivey was alot of fun to watch.. I just loved those long graceful johnny grey lines.. it was pure poetry.. We will have to get used to the mighty-might Webb!!.. I dont think it is going to be hard.. next stop 3:45!!..
        ... nothing really ever changes my friend, new lines for old, new lines for old.

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        • #94
          Anything on the 5000 or 1500? There were other events going on for crying out loud.

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          • #95
            Originally posted by gh
            That was Scott's second mile AR in Oslo in a matter of weeks, but he didn't even get the cover. Showing our well-known Brit bias, we gave it to Dave Moorcroft instead! :-)
            If this AR lasts as long as Scott's, your next opportunity to put an American mile AR on the cover will come in 2032.

            Who-da-thunk Scott's record would have lasted this long in 1982?

            It's not likely to last as long, but it puts into perspective how rare an event an AR has become in this event.

            The 100 and the mile used to be events even non-fans knew about.

            But the the mile has been off the national radar screen so long, this won't be as big a deal as it used to be.

            And, as you say, even in '82 Scott's record didn't make your cover.

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