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  • Quite The Good Collection Of Good SoCal Marks

    This meet may have flown under a lot of radars w/ Oslo/Pre occupying so much attention last weekend:

    http://www.scausatf.org/events/tfjimbus ... esults.htm

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    Re: Quite The Good Collection Of Good SoCal Marks

    Originally posted by gh
    This meet may have flown under a lot of radars w/ Oslo/Pre occupying so much attention last weekend:

    http://www.scausatf.org/events/tfjimbus ... esults.htm
    1 Kenneth Ferguson unattached 51.04
    Is this the Kenneth Ferguson?? if so what's up! just winning the C-final...
    Have I missed something?

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    • #3
      Yes, that is Kenneth. He lost his father, I believe, very recently (according to the IAAF Allyson Felix blog), so I'm sure his mind and training have been rightly elsewhere.

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      • #4
        Of course, since Ferguson won by a couple of seconds, we have no idea what he looked like; he may have run 48-flat pace through the last hurdle (working on his rhythm), then simply walked in. The 400H kind of different in that regard.

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        • #5
          Was that Arnold's initial 110H of the year? Can't remember another mark (of course, lately it seems that there is a lot I can't remember ops: ). Foutain's 100H/LJ 12.99/6.58 double bodes well for the hep.

          I noticed a Claudette Groendaal in the W200. Any relation to the UO 800M runner?

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          • #6
            Is this the North Dakota HS kid in third (I checked LetsRun and someone there flagged it? If so, Price might have to start running even-paced races or she might get beat by another HS runner, one younger than herself.

            1 Brenda Martinez UC Riverside 2:02.34
            2 Ysanne Williams unattached/ Jamaica 2:02.94
            3 Laura Roesler Team North Dakota 2:03.08
            4 Laura Hermanson North Dakota 2:03.76
            5 Sherron Rhetta South Bay TC 2:04.47 10
            6 Vicky Brooks unattached 2:05.33
            7 Kim Gildersleeve South Bay TC 2:06.29 8

            She apparently had this at her state meet:

            Day 1:
            1:15: 100 Prelim: 1st in 11.90w (next 12.26w)
            2:00: 400 Prelim: 1st in 55.70 (next 59.54)
            3:30: 200 Prelim: 1st in 24.75w (next 24.94w)

            Day 2:
            1:00: 100 Final: 1st in 12.07w (2nd 12.31w)
            1:30: 400 Final: 1st in 55.76 (2nd 57.47)
            2:30: 200 Final: 1st in 24.30w (2nd 25.07w)
            3:00: 800 Final (2 section): 1st in 2:10.78 (new state record, 2nd 2:19.57)

            In her freshman year she had:

            Ran across this. Even though ND is a small state she still pretty ran good times. And only a freshman. Rebekah Noble part2?
            State meet:
            100m 12.90 prelims-12.21
            200m 25.75 prelims-25.49
            400m 55.56
            800m 2:17.11

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            • #7
              Yes, Roesler a 17-year-old soph; that makes her No. 8 prep ever.

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              • #8
                Yes, same North Dakotan.

                There were a few other high schoolers who contested events in the meet as well, with Raul Arcos (2:nd at CA State 1.600m) and Mac Fleet both running 800m races at the week-end.

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