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  • ¶mMile: Lee Emmanuel (New Mexico) 4:00.36¶

    T&FN formchart

    1. Dorian Ulrey (Arkansas) Jr
    2. Justin Switzer (Michigan) Sr
    3. David McCarthy' (Providence) Fr
    4. Craig Miller (Wisconsin) Jr
    5. Matt. Centrowitz (Oregon) So
    6. Austin Abbott (Washington) Sr
    7. Shane Knoll (Michigan St) Jr
    8. Mark Davidson' (Tulsa) So
    9. Lee Emanuel' (New Mexico) Sr
    10. Duncan Phillips (Arkansas) So

  • #2
    start list:

    Event 5 Men 1 Mile Run
    ================================================== =============================
    Two heats. Top 3 plus next 4 fastest advance to Final.
    Two waterfall start, 1 turn stagger. (5,2), (6,4)
    Name Year School Seed
    ================================================== =============================
    Heat 1 Prelims
    1 677 Craig Miller JR Wisconsin 3:59.09
    2 374 Dorian Ulrey JR Arkansas 3:57.60
    3 554 Matthew Centrowitz SO Oregon 3:57.92
    4 631 Mark Davidson SO Tulsa 3:59.97
    5 571 David McCarthy FR Providence 3:57.75
    6 550 Andrew Acosta JR Oregon 4:00.11
    7 661 Austin Abbott SR Washington 3:58.23
    Heat 2 Prelims
    1 518 Lee Emanuel SR New Mexico 3:57.91
    2 370 Duncan Phillips SO Arkansas 4:00.02
    3 572 Hayden McLaren JR Providence 3:57.78
    4 496 Justin Switzer SR Michigan 3:58.86
    5 670 Ian Fitzgerald SR William & Mary 4:00.01
    6 497 Shane Knoll JR Michigan St. 3:57.36
    7 539 Jacob Boone JR Oklahoma 3:59.07

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    • #3
      The declaration list:

      1 Shane Knoll JR Michigan St. 3:57.36 02-07
      2 Dorian Ulrey JR Arkansas 3:57.60 01-24
      3 David McCarthy FR Providence 3:57.75 02-14
      4 Hayden McLaren JR Providence 3:57.78 02-14
      5 Lee Emanuel SR New Mexico 3:57.91 02-07
      6 Matthew Centrowitz SO Oregon 3:57.92 02-14
      7 Austin Abbott SR Washington 3:58.23 03-07
      8 Justin Switzer SR Michigan 3:58.86 02-06
      9 Jacob Boone JR Oklahoma 3:59.07 02-07
      10 Craig Miller JR Wisconsin 3:59.09 03-07
      11 Mark Davidson SO Tulsa 3:59.97 02-07
      12 Ian Fitzgerald SR William & Mary 4:00.01 02-14
      13 Duncan Phillips SO Arkansas 4:00.02 03-06
      14 Andrew Acosta JR Oregon 4:00.11 03-07

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      • #4
        RESULTS

        Event 5 Men 1 Mile Run
        ======================================
        Two heats. Top 3 plus next 4 fastest advance to Final.
        ===
        Heat 1 Prelims
        1 677 Craig Miller JR Wisconsin 4:04.18-1

        2 374 Dorian Ulrey JR Arkansas 4:04.61-2

        3 554 Matthew Centrowitz SO Oregon 4:04.72-5

        4 631 Mark Davidson SO Tulsa 4:04.69-3

        5 571 David McCarthy FR Providence 4:04.72-4

        6 550 Andrew Acosta JR Oregon 4:05.72-6
        led at 220y, 63.3y-1, 2:05.3y-1, 3:08.1y-1
        7 661 Austin Abbott SR Washington 4:06.07-7


        Heat 2 Prelims
        1 518 Lee Emanuel SR New Mexico 4:01.61-4
        2:01.6y-1, 3:01.9y-1
        2 370 Duncan Phillips SO Arkansas 4:02.84-6

        3 572 Hayden McLaren JR Providence 4:01:36-1
        to lead at bell,
        4 496 Justin Switzer SR Michigan 4:01.55-3

        5 670 Ian Fitzgerald SR William & Mary 4:01.49-2

        6 497 Shane Knoll JR Michigan St. 4:05.05-7
        60.7y-1
        7 539 Jacob Boone JR Oklahoma 4:01.80-5

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        • #5
          Minus 4 for Oregon with Centro out.

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          • #6
            official results

            1 Hayden MCLAREN JR Providence 4:01.36 Q 2(1)
            2 Craig MILLER JR Wisconsin 4:04.18 Q 1(1)
            3 Ian FITZGERALD SR William and Mary 4:01.49 Q 2(2)
            4 Dorian ULREY JR Arkansas 4:04.61 Q 1(2)
            5 Justin SWITZER SR Michigan 4:01.55 Q 2(3)
            6 Mark DAVIDSON SO Tulsa 4:04.69 Q 1(3)
            7 Lee EMANUEL SR New Mexico 4:01.61 q 2(4)
            8 Jacob BOONE JR Oklahoma 4:01.80 q 2(5)
            9 Duncan PHILLIPS SO Arkansas 4:02.84 q 2(6)
            10 David MCCARTHY FR Providence 4:04.72 q 1(4) [4:04.713]

            11 Matthew CENTROWITZ SO Oregon 4:04.72 1(5) [4:04.720]
            12 Shane KNOLL JR Michigan State 4:05.05 2(7)
            13 Andrew ACOSTA JR Oregon 4:05.72 1(6)
            14 Austin ABBOTT SR Washington 4:06.07 1(7)

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            • #7
              Re: mMile (McLaren fastest Q at 4:01.36)

              complete heat splits

              http://flashresults.com/2009_Meets/indo ... 005-01.pdf

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              • #8
                Who's left in the original formchart?

                in:
                1. Dorian Ulrey (Arkansas) Jr
                2. Justin Switzer (Michigan) Sr
                3. David McCarthy' (Providence) Fr
                4. Craig Miller (Wisconsin) Jr
                8. Mark Davidson' (Tulsa) So
                9. Lee Emanuel' (New Mexico) Sr
                10. Duncan Phillips (Arkansas) So

                out:
                5. Matthew Centrowitz (Oregon) So
                6. Austin Abbott (Washington) Sr
                7. Shane Knoll (Michigan St) Jr

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                • #9
                  Acosta was way out ahead and got swallowed up. Centro also failed to qualify; so much for Duck dominance of the mile.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by KevinM
                    Minus 4 for Oregon with Centro out.
                    Centro back in

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by jkjoregon
                      Originally posted by KevinM
                      Minus 4 for Oregon with Centro out.
                      Centro back in
                      I get why that rule is applied if the runners are in different heats, but if the determination can be made that runner A beat runner B from the photo, and we're willing to rely on that result to decide finals placings, why should it come into play?

                      This is also how AJ Acosta made finals in Des Moines last June, I believe.

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                      • #12
                        Is the accuracy to the thouandth of a second significant?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by GtheK
                          Is the accuracy to the thouandth of a second significant?
                          According to Ken Goe at the Oregonian:

                          By rule, a runner cannot be excluded from advancing in a race not run in lanes, if his/her time when carried out to the one-hundreds is the same as an advancing runner.
                          http://www.oregonlive.com/trackandfield ... ce_he.html

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                          • #14
                            They're not the same to the 100's: 0.713 vs. 0.720 - that's a "1" vs a "2," even when using common rounding (down) rules.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by REngelhardt
                              They're not the same to the 100's: 0.713 vs. 0.720 - that's a "1" vs a "2," even when using common rounding (down) rules.
                              But track rules round up anything above .000 to the next .01.

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