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¶mDistance Medley: Oregon 9:29.59 (Rupp 3:57.07)¶

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  • #16
    Oh. Yeah that's pretty solid. I was thinking he threw down a 3:50 or something from the reactions.

    Still very cool.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by guru
      Originally posted by KevinM in 3000m thread
      I would say the chance of Oregon using Rupp in the DMR is exactly 0%. No feasible turn of events has him running that race.
      :P
      "Dead on balls accurate."

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      • #18
        Originally posted by bhall
        Originally posted by guru
        Originally posted by KevinM in 3000m thread
        I would say the chance of Oregon using Rupp in the DMR is exactly 0%. No feasible turn of events has him running that race.
        :P
        "Dead on balls accurate."
        Hey, I called myself out on that very thread while the race was still being run!

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        • #19
          1200m
          Jacob Hernandez 2:54.05
          Duncan Phillips 2:55.57
          Jacob Gustaffson 2:55.78

          400m
          Tevas Everett 46.93
          Chad Barlow 47.14
          Kevin Beisinger 47.18

          800m
          Andrew Wheating 1:48.84
          Sebastian Sam 1:48.87
          Alex Mcclary 1:49.24

          1600m
          Galen Rupp 3:57.08
          Michael Coe 3:57.66
          Dorian Ulrey 3:58.05

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          • #20
            1 Oregon 9:29.59 (FR) 10.00
            2 Arkansas 9:30.31 (FR) 8.00
            3 California 9:30.39 (FR) 6.00
            4 Texas 9:32.77 (FR) 5.00
            5 BYU 9:35.36 (FR) 4.00
            6 Virginia 9:36.89 (FR) 3.00
            7 Indiana 9:37.47 (FR) 2.00
            8 Georgetown 9:37.50 (FR) 1.00
            9 Penn State 9:37.62 (FR)
            10 Oklahoma 9:38.70 (FR)
            11 Virginia Tech 9:38.94 (FR)
            12 UTEP 9:38.97 (FR)
            13 Auburn 9:39.11 (FR)
            14 UNI 9:39.37 (FR)
            15 Kent State 9:42.61
            16 Villanova 9:50.41
            17 Wisconsin 9:50.49
            18 New Mexico 9:52.43

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            • #21
              Originally posted by dl
              Splits:

              http://flashresults.com/2009_Meets/indo ... 010-01.pdf

              I think the elaboration is that Galen came back an hour after winning the 5K to anchor the DMR to a victory with a 3:57.08 leg.
              ...over the mile favorite, after closing with some fairly impressive splits in the 5000.

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              • #22
                DJ, any lap or 400m splits for the 1600 leg? I remember how tough it was to split 4 teams with 2 stopwatches...

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                • #23
                  haven't looked at all the splits, but note that Rupp is 3:57.07..... the way the software works, the cums are correct, but sometimes the intervals are off by 0.01.

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                  • #24
                    #7 collegiate performance ever, #4 among all-American teams.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by KevinM
                      Originally posted by dl
                      Splits:

                      http://flashresults.com/2009_Meets/indo ... 010-01.pdf

                      I think the elaboration is that Galen came back an hour after winning the 5K to anchor the DMR to a victory with a 3:57.08 leg.
                      ...over the mile favorite, after closing with some fairly impressive splits in the 5000.
                      This could be a break-out year for Rupp . . .

                      :lol:

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                      • #26
                        Can anyone recall someone else even attempting this double in the meet's current form (or something very much like it)? Only one that comes to mind for me is one of Yale's O'Neil twins back in 02 or 03, but the DMR was a struggle.

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                        • #27
                          I was looking at the splits for the 5000 and, if my math and the splits are correct, Rupp's eight fastest 200 splits, including the last 4 in just over 1:55, added up to 3:58.2. So give him two sub 4's for the nite.

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                          • #28
                            A quick and dirty comparison of NCAA times versus qualification times.

                            Code:
                            Team            NCAA Time       Qualification   Difference      ND
                            Oregon          09:29.6         09:29.4         00:00.2         N
                            Arkansas        09:30.3         09:28.4         00:02.0         N
                            California      09:30.4         09:29.7         00:00.7         N
                            Texas           09:32.8         09:30.8         00:02.0         Y
                            BYU             09:35.4         09:30.0         00:05.4         Y
                            Virginia        09:36.9         09:29.9         00:07.0         Y
                            Indiana         09:37.5         09:31.8         00:05.7         Y
                            Georgetown      09:37.5         09:31.2         00:06.3         Y
                            Penn State      09:37.6         09:32.9         00:04.7         Y
                            Oklahoma        09:38.7         09:31.4         00:07.3         Y
                            Virginia Tech   09:38.9         09:30.2         00:08.7         Y
                            UTEP            09:39.0         09:31.8         00:07.2         Y
                            Auburn          09:39.1         09:33.3         00:05.8         Y
                            UNI             09:39.4         09:31.5         00:07.9         Y
                            Kent State      09:42.6         09:32.0         00:10.6         Y
                            Villanova       09:50.4         09:30.4         00:20.0         Y
                            Wisconsin       09:50.5         09:30.6         00:19.9         Y
                            New Mexico      09:52.4         09:30.4         00:22.0         Y

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                            • #29
                              Meb Keflizega did the 5k,dmr double for UCLA (not as successfully).
                              So all 15 teams that qualified at Notre Dame ran slower this week? Does sort of make you question the validity of those times. And what a shame that it knocked out about 25 athletes from individual events.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
                                Meb Keflizega did the 5k,dmr double for UCLA (not as successfully).
                                Thanks.

                                So all 15 teams that qualified at Notre Dame ran slower this week? Does sort of make you question the validity of those times. And what a shame that it knocked out about 25 athletes from individual events.
                                I wouldn't be willing to start guessing on this without seeing similar comparisons from previous years.

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