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  • Webb...

    ...won nats today. Good for him.

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    Re: Webb...

    Now I do approve of this Webb thread!

    1 Alan Webb, 21, Fairfax, VA 30:13.1
    2 Daniel Lincoln, 23, Fayetteville, AR 30:13.4 Ar
    3 David Cullum, 30, Cupertino, CA 30:34.4
    4 Peter Julian, 33, Boulder, CO 30:35.7
    5 Matt Thull, 28, Wauwatosa, WI 30:41.0
    6 Jared Cordes, 26, Madison, WI 30:43.6
    7 Richard Brinker, 28, Rochester, MI 30:54.5
    8 Martin Rosendahl, 25, Rochester, MI 30:55.6
    9 Nick Cordes, 24, Rochester Hills, MI 31:04.9

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    • #3
      Re: Webb...

      Webb sat on Lincoln and then outkicked him. Pretty good day for the Hanson bunch too. So now he is a record holder and national champion. A lot of people would die happy with those credentials.

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      • #4
        Re: Webb...

        >Webb sat on Lincoln and then outkicked him. Pretty good day for the Hanson
        >bunch too. So now he is a record holder and national champion. A lot of people
        >would die happy with those credentials.

        Bravo. Very impressed. I am surprised that he run such a long distance.

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        • #5
          Re: Webb...

          Pretty impressive that so quick and so young a miler could win that race. Maybe now we can get off the kid's case?

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          • #6
            Re: Webb...

            >>Webb sat on Lincoln and then outkicked him. Pretty good day for the
            >Hanson
            >bunch too. So now he is a record holder and national champion. A lot
            >of people
            >would die happy with those credentials.

            Bravo. Very impressed.
            >I am surprised that he run such a long distance.>

            Not really a surprise. He was 11th at NCAA's two years ago and had he stayed in college probably would be a challenger for this year's title.

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            • #7
              Re: Webb...

              He can now put the horrors of the last two years behind him. Webb will sleep well tonight.

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              • #8
                Re: Webb...

                Except that he's an old washed-up has-been, huh? Go Webb!

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                • #9
                  Re: Webb...

                  >Pretty impressive that so quick and so young a miler could win that race. Maybe
                  >now we can get off the kid's case?

                  Cyril, this question is NOT for you.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Webb...

                    Oh come on. All you bandwagoners. S#$t if Webb was any kind of real athlete, he wouldn't get sucked along in someone elses draft to claim victory by fractions of a second. You approve??? That's not talent. I'll send my praise when he runs from the front like you all think he's capable of.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Webb's next test Prefontaine meet

                      It was a great race for him. Now he has a base to run a sub 3:55 mile next spring.

                      Future headline. AP 2004

                      Webb runs 3:52 mile at Prefontaine classic finishes second to EL. G.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Webb's next test Prefontaine meet

                        "he wouldn't get sucked along in someone elses draft to claim victory by fractions of a second."

                        That has to be the most profoundly silly post I've seen here. The object is to win. How you best accomplish that is called 'strategy.' Some of the best, most respected runners in history have been 'sit-and-kickers.' For a miler to win any kind of 10K championship is a notable accomplishment. As for bandwagon, I've been on his since his junior year in HS, when I first heard of his speed. Never got off.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Webb's next test Prefontaine meet

                          You play to win the game!!!

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                          • #14
                            Re: Webb's next test Prefontaine meet

                            Look at this. Even Webb GOOD NEWS soon turns to kvetching, sniping, and pointless arguing. The World Wide Webb in all its glory. By comparison, this makes the drug thread look interesting (and "informative").

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                            • #15
                              Re: Webb...

                              "I'll send my praise when he runs from the front like you all think he's capable of."

                              Please point out which thread that statement was made in?

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