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  • MJD
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    Re: Who are the runners of the year...

    >The 2002 is a cut and
    >paste from the link MJD provided.
    They are talking
    >about 2003, the goof above
    >must have some formula for predicting 2004
    >performances.

    I didn't think it was that tricky. Nothing in the photo
    >caption says it has anything to do with the 2003 performance of the year. In
    >fact, right at the top of the page, in big letters, is a link
    >(http://www.raceresultsweekly.com/roy.doc) that covers 2003 runners, including
    >the cut and paste segment I included in my previous post.

    I thought it was reasonably straightforward and, just for the record, I didn't want to provide the embedded link Asterix points out because I felt it was only fair to give RRW a little credit.

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  • Asterix
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    Re: Who are the runners of the year...

    The 2002 is a cut and
    >paste from the link MJD provided.
    They are talking about 2003, the goof above
    >must have some formula for predicting 2004 performances.

    I didn't think it was that tricky. Nothing in the photo caption says it has anything to do with the 2003 performance of the year. In fact, right at the top of the page, in big letters, is a link (http://www.raceresultsweekly.com/roy.doc) that covers 2003 runners, including the cut and paste segment I included in my previous post.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: Who are the runners of the year...

    Um, stop living in the
    >past. It specifically says Radcliffe "set three world records on the road
    >--including a spectacular 2:15:25 marathon". Most of the world is about to
    >head into 2004, not 2003.

    The 2002 is a cut and paste from the link MJD provided.
    They are talking about 2003, the goof above must have some formula for predicting 2004 performances.

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  • Powell
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    Re: Who are the runners of the year...

    Which year are we talking about? I presumed it was 2003...

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  • Asterix
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    Re: Who are the runners of the year...

    >Outside of the USA , "Paula Radcliffe shattering the World Record at the 2002
    >Chicago Marathon, clocking 2:17:18 in only her second race over the distance",
    >this was the performance of the year.

    Um, stop living in the past. It specifically says Radcliffe "set three world records on the road --including a spectacular 2:15:25 marathon". Most of the world is about to head into 2004, not 2003.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: Who are the runners of the year...

    Outside of the USA , "Paula Radcliffe shattering the World Record at the 2002 Chicago Marathon, clocking 2:17:18 in only her second race over the distance", this was the performance of the year.

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  • MJD
    started a topic Who are the runners of the year...

    Who are the runners of the year...

    ...across all disciplines? RRW attempts to answer that question here:

    http://www.raceresultsweekly.com/

    There have been a few threads where the issue of how competitions on the road(other than the marathon) and grass get ignored by TFN and there is nothing wrong with that but RRW tries to factor it all in.
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