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  • Galen Rupp 7:44.69 3000

    ACR indoors?

  • #2
    It looks to be:


    7:38.59 Alistair Cragg’ (Ar) 02/14/04
    7:41.4+ Henry Rono’ (WaSt) 01/21/78
    7:43.0+ ----Rono’ 02/17/78
    7:44.1+ Suleiman Nyambui’ (UTEP) 02/16/79
    7:44.90 Nick Willis’ (Mi) 01/31/04
    7:45.22 ----Cragg’ 02/01/03
    7:46.03 Adam Goucher (Co) 03/14/98
    7:46.42 Joe Falcon (Ar) 02/10/89
    7:46.45 Bernard Lagat’ (WaSt) 03/14/98
    7:47.0+ ----Nyambui’ 01/27/79
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    7:47.50 Adrian Blincoe’ (Vill) 01/27/02
    7:48.6+ Doug Padilla (BYU) 12/31/08
    7:48.79 Jonathon Riley (Stan) 02/04/01
    U.S. Additions
    7:48.80 Reuben Reina (Ar) 02/01/91
    7:50.17 Bobby Curtis (Vill) 02/09/08
    7:51.00 Stephen Haas (In) 02/05/05
    7:51.39 Daniel Lincoln (Ar) 02/01/03
    7:51.46 Kevin King (Gtn) 03/09/85
    7:51.69 Chris Solinsky (Wi) 03/10/07

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    • #3
      ACR?? Does that mean American Collegiate Record? I can't recall hearing of such a thing. As far as I understand, there are American Records (AR) and Collegiate Records (CR). But I guess with the African influx of late, someone has made such a distinction...

      Nonetheless, I'm a longtime fan of Rupp -- despite the puerile critiques about his appearance and the fact that he runs for a rival school -- and I saw this race as a very solid early-season run that should bode well for the rest of the season. I'm predicting he'll win the NCAA 10,000 by 100m and place top 7 at the WCs.

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      • #4
        How could you have 1,300 plus posts on this forum and not heard of ACR's?

        Odd.

        But fairnuff.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by DrJay
          It looks to be:


          7:38.59 Alistair Cragg’ (Ar) 02/14/04
          7:41.4+ Henry Rono’ (WaSt) 01/21/78
          7:43.0+ ----Rono’ 02/17/78
          7:44.1+ Suleiman Nyambui’ (UTEP) 02/16/79
          7:44.90 Nick Willis’ (Mi) 01/31/04
          7:45.22 ----Cragg’ 02/01/03
          7:46.03 Adam Goucher (Co) 03/14/98
          7:46.42 Joe Falcon (Ar) 02/10/89
          7:46.45 Bernard Lagat’ (WaSt) 03/14/98
          7:47.0+ ----Nyambui’ 01/27/79
          . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
          7:47.50 Adrian Blincoe’ (Vill) 01/27/02
          7:48.6+ Doug Padilla (BYU) 12/31/08
          7:48.79 Jonathon Riley (Stan) 02/04/01
          U.S. Additions
          7:48.80 Reuben Reina (Ar) 02/01/91
          7:50.17 Bobby Curtis (Vill) 02/09/08
          7:51.00 Stephen Haas (In) 02/05/05
          7:51.39 Daniel Lincoln (Ar) 02/01/03
          7:51.46 Kevin King (Gtn) 03/09/85
          7:51.69 Chris Solinsky (Wi) 03/10/07
          Since Curtis' mark is there so should the second (unless not an American, I cannot remember) and third place runners. In third was Brandon Bethke with 7:51.54, just marginally faster than Solinsky's 7:51.69 and Matt Tegenkamp had a mark of about 7:51.75 (so the UW guys might have three consecutive marks on the list). By the way, since Lopez Lomong is a US citizen where does his 7:49.74 fit in?

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          • #6
            Lomong became US citizen 2007-july-6. Ran 7.49,74 on 2007-march-10.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by BCBaroo
              How could you have 1,300 plus posts on this forum and not heard of ACR's?
              I think it's better to refer to them as AmCR's, to distinguish them from All-Comers Records.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 26mi235
                Originally posted by DrJay
                It looks to be:


                7:38.59 Alistair Cragg’ (Ar) 02/14/04
                7:41.4+ Henry Rono’ (WaSt) 01/21/78
                7:43.0+ ----Rono’ 02/17/78
                7:44.1+ Suleiman Nyambui’ (UTEP) 02/16/79
                7:44.90 Nick Willis’ (Mi) 01/31/04
                7:45.22 ----Cragg’ 02/01/03
                7:46.03 Adam Goucher (Co) 03/14/98
                7:46.42 Joe Falcon (Ar) 02/10/89
                7:46.45 Bernard Lagat’ (WaSt) 03/14/98
                7:47.0+ ----Nyambui’ 01/27/79
                . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
                7:47.50 Adrian Blincoe’ (Vill) 01/27/02
                7:48.6+ Doug Padilla (BYU) 12/31/08
                7:48.79 Jonathon Riley (Stan) 02/04/01
                U.S. Additions
                7:48.80 Reuben Reina (Ar) 02/01/91
                7:50.17 Bobby Curtis (Vill) 02/09/08
                7:51.00 Stephen Haas (In) 02/05/05
                7:51.39 Daniel Lincoln (Ar) 02/01/03
                7:51.46 Kevin King (Gtn) 03/09/85
                7:51.69 Chris Solinsky (Wi) 03/10/07
                Since Curtis' mark is there so should the second (unless not an American, I cannot remember) and third place runners. In third was Brandon Bethke with 7:51.54, just marginally faster than Solinsky's 7:51.69 and Matt Tegenkamp had a mark of about 7:51.75 (so the UW guys might have three consecutive marks on the list). By the way, since Lopez Lomong is a US citizen where does his 7:49.74 fit in?
                Bethke mark was a week later on Seattle's oversized track. Bumbalough was 2nd behind Curtis at 7:53.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by tandfman
                  Originally posted by BCBaroo
                  How could you have 1,300 plus posts on this forum and not heard of ACR's?
                  I think it's better to refer to them as AmCR's, to distinguish them from All-Comers Records.
                  Also fairnuff...

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by gh
                    Originally posted by 26mi235
                    Originally posted by DrJay
                    It looks to be:


                    7:38.59 Alistair Cragg’ (Ar) 02/14/04
                    7:41.4+ Henry Rono’ (WaSt) 01/21/78
                    7:43.0+ ----Rono’ 02/17/78
                    7:44.1+ Suleiman Nyambui’ (UTEP) 02/16/79
                    7:44.90 Nick Willis’ (Mi) 01/31/04
                    7:45.22 ----Cragg’ 02/01/03
                    7:46.03 Adam Goucher (Co) 03/14/98
                    7:46.42 Joe Falcon (Ar) 02/10/89
                    7:46.45 Bernard Lagat’ (WaSt) 03/14/98
                    7:47.0+ ----Nyambui’ 01/27/79
                    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
                    7:47.50 Adrian Blincoe’ (Vill) 01/27/02
                    7:48.6+ Doug Padilla (BYU) 12/31/08
                    7:48.79 Jonathon Riley (Stan) 02/04/01
                    U.S. Additions
                    7:48.80 Reuben Reina (Ar) 02/01/91
                    7:50.17 Bobby Curtis (Vill) 02/09/08
                    7:51.00 Stephen Haas (In) 02/05/05
                    7:51.39 Daniel Lincoln (Ar) 02/01/03
                    7:51.46 Kevin King (Gtn) 03/09/85
                    7:51.69 Chris Solinsky (Wi) 03/10/07
                    Since Curtis' mark is there so should the second (unless not an American, I cannot remember) and third place runners. In third was Brandon Bethke with 7:51.54, just marginally faster than Solinsky's 7:51.69 and Matt Tegenkamp had a mark of about 7:51.75 (so the UW guys might have three consecutive marks on the list). By the way, since Lopez Lomong is a US citizen where does his 7:49.74 fit in?
                    Bethke mark was a week later on Seattle's oversized track. Bumbalough was 2nd behind Curtis at 7:53.
                    The time was almost the same as the winning mark (7:50.17 vs 7:50.37), so I thought that marks on over-sized tracks were included:
                    However, the Husky Classic race was:
                    1 McNeill, David Northern Arizona 7:50.37A
                    2 Perry, Kyle BYU 7:51.20A
                    3 Bethke, Brandon Wisconsin 7:51.54A

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