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  • #16
    Originally posted by Half Miler
    Originally posted by paulthefan
    I predicted somewhere that this lad, if he can keep his head will break Toomey's deca 400m WR record. I would like to modify that prediction: change "break" to "smash".
    A bottle of your favorite scotch says Ashton Eaton beats him to it!
    If you don't drink scotch, we can revise the wager. 8-)
    I'm in for a 12-pack of Ginger Ale!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by TNT
      4:09.48
      WHAT????????? That's Jenner -3 seconds!!!!!!!!!!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by einnod23
        Originally posted by TNT
        4:09.48
        WHAT????????? That's Jenner -3 seconds!!!!!!!!!!
        He's a monster . . .

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        • #19
          7909 = 8WL (yes, I know, IAAF doesn't recognize American high school marks, but.....).

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          • #20
            TFN staff: If he scores 8000 at Great Southwest, give him the cover! (and
            I hope it's one of my friend Dave Benyak's shots!)

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            • #21
              Originally posted by einnod23
              7909 = 8WL (yes, I know, IAAF doesn't recognize American high school marks, but.....).
              The IAAF is quite happy to recognize all marks.... if they're made with international implements.... this is a score which with the biggie stuff is much closer to 7000 than 8000.

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              • #22
                Not really. Even if you arbitrarily take 10 feet off the SP for the senior implement, 20 feet off the DT, and add .80 to the HH you still get around 7500.

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                • #23
                  Beach runs a 1:50.75 800 at NON today, beating amongst others, 2009 CA state meet 1500 winner Mac Fleet. For a deca guy, that is truly sick . . .

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                  • #24
                    And he was LEADING halfway in homestretch? If it wasn't 95+degrees and humid, the race might've been around 1:48? (I don't know). Anyway, I think he deserves TFN HS AOY. No telling what his future holds, but knowledgable observers would vote him AOY, on overall stats (even though a 236'6 discus toss is not chopped liver).

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by bad hammy
                      Beach runs a 1:50.75 800 at NON today, beating amongst others, 2009 CA state meet 1500 winner Mac Fleet. For a deca guy, that is truly sick . . .
                      http://mb.trackandfieldnews.com/discuss ... hp?t=35975
                      even used the same adjective.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by bad hammy
                        Beach runs a 1:50.75 800 at NON today, beating amongst others, 2009 CA state meet 1500 winner Mac Fleet. For a deca guy, that is truly sick . . .
                        http://mb.trackandfieldnews.com/discuss ... hp?t=35975

                        Originally posted by Marlow
                        Originally posted by ed gee
                        Decathlete tries the 800...
                        Curtis Beach 1:50.75F
                        That is SICK for a HS decathlete! :shock:
                        After he hits the Weight Room this fall, he's gonna be Ridiculous!
                        even used the same adjective.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by bf
                          If it wasn't 95+degrees and humid, the race might've been around 1:48? (I don't know).
                          As they didn't have to run rounds, I don't think the weather made much of a difference to these lads.

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                          • #28
                            Beach Reading

                            "...I wanted to prove Track & Field News wrong..."

                            http://www.dyestat.com/?pg=us2009-Outdo ... -Southwest

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                            • #29
                              we have a picture that'll be published in the next issue of him resting between events in his HSR under an umbrella, reading the issue in question!

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                              • #30
                                dude has some serious calf muscles.

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