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  • Hasay is the Top All Time HS 4 (+/-) Lapper

    Worthy of its own thread, Jordan Hasay's 4:14.50 1500 converts to a 4:34.78 mile, besting Polly Plumber's 4:35.24 from 1982!

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    An amazing performance . . . perhaps the most riveting race of the evening.

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    • #3
      Hasay in Final !

      Event 10 Women 1500 Meter Run

      FINAL
      1 590 Jordan Hasay unattached 4:14.50
      2 215 Sarah Bowman Tennessee 4:13.29
      3 1295 Morgan Uceny Reebok 4:13.61
      4 557 Sara Hall Asics 4:12.89
      5 938 Amy Mortimer Reebok 4:12.49
      6 496 Lindsey Gallo Reebok 4:12.54
      7 409 Erin Donohue Nike 4:13.01
      8 885 Tiffany McWilliams adidas 4:12.80
      9 1399 Christin Wurth Nike 4:12.66
      10 1124 Shannon Rowbury Nike 4:11.75
      11 375 Jenelle Deatherage Reebok 4:15.64
      12 320 Treniere Clement Nike 4:13.24

      Source: USATF Website, 0230 EDT Sunday - 6 July 2008

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      • #4
        Re: Hasay is the Top All Time HS 4 (+/-) Lapper

        Originally posted by bad hammy
        Worthy of its own thread, Jordan Hasay's 4:14.50 1500 converts to a 4:34.78 mile, besting Polly Plumber's 4:35.24 from 1982!
        But, more significantly what is that for a 1600? >:-)
        Just kidding, BH.
        Cheers,
        Alan Shank
        Woodland, CA

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        • #5
          I thought Canada was part of the States, no? Glenda Reiser ran 4:06.71, age 16, at the Munich Olympics. After we get annexed, or simply volunteer to sign up, there goes your HSR.

          :P

          http://www.athletics.ca/files//Records/ ... UWOMEN.PDF
          Take good care of yourself.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Mennisco
            I thought Canada was part of the States, no? Glenda Reiser ran 4:06.71, age 16, at the Munich Olympics. After we get annexed, or simply volunteer to sign up, there goes your HSR.
            Funny. Back when I worked for the Social Security Administration, we had a project to find people who would be affected by a Supreme Court decision involving eligibility for Medicare for non US citizens residing in the US. They had some clerical employees going through claims folders to see where people were living at a certain time. One of these people asked me, "Is Canada part of the United States?" My answer? "Not yet!". >:-)
            Cheers,
            Alan Shank
            Woodland, CA

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Alan Shank
              "Is Canada part of the United States?" My answer? "Not yet!". >:-)
              Cheers,
              Alan Shank
              Woodland, CA
              Once we get done annexing Iraq and Iran, Canada is next on the list . . .

              :twisted:

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              • #8
                Aren't any of you guys old enough to remember 1812? :wink:

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