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2009 Pre Results: Bowerman Mile [Kiprop 3.48,50y WL]

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  • 2009 Pre Results: Bowerman Mile [Kiprop 3.48,50y WL]

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    Best marks-for-place at Pre
    1996 - 2008
    Bowerman Mile:

    1. 3.48,28 Daniel K Komen
    2. 3.50,56 Bernard Lagat
    3. 3.50,95 Daniel K Komen
    4. 3.52,78 Shadrack Korir
    5. 3.53,43 Alan Webb
    6. 3.54,40 Martin Johns
    7. 3.54,62 Graham Hood
    8. 3.55,01 Bryan Berryhill

    Number of sub-4.00 marks at Pre: 130 (!)
    Deepest sub-4 times? 12 (2001 and 2003)

    FYI: Both Daniel Komen and Daniel K. Komen
    have both run miles times at Pre in 3.50,95y,
    respectively. How's that for being tied at the hip
    with a name-sake?

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    Field:

    Haron Keitany (Kenya)
    Shedrack Korir (Kenya)
    Asbel Kiprop (Kenya)
    Belal Mansoor (Bahrain)
    Alan Webb
    Lopez Lomong
    Leonel Manzano
    Nicholas Kemboi (Kenya)
    Josephat Kithii (Kenya)
    Moise Joseph (Haiti)--pace
    Nate Brannen (Canada)
    Jackson Kivuna (Kenya)--pace
    Evan Jager
    Peter van der Westhuisen (S Africa)
    Henok Legesse (Ethiopia)
    Will Leer

  • #2
    ca intermediates: 55,5y - 1.52,9y - 2.52,2y

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    • #3
      Code:
      Finals                                                          
        1 Asbel Kiprop                 Kenya                  3:48.50 
        2 Haron Keitany                Kenya                  3:48.78 
        3 Nate Brannen                 Canada                 3:52.63 
        4 Belal Mansoor                Bahrain                3:53.05 
        5 Nicholas Kemboi              Kenya                  3:53.43 
        6 Lopez Lomong                 USA                    3:53.47 
        7 Evan Jager                   USA                    3:54.35 
        8 Shedrack Korir               Kenya                  3:54.77 
        9 Henock Legesse               Ethiopia               3:54.81 
       10 Alan Webb                    USA                    3:55.99 
       11 Peter van der Westhuisen     South Africa           3:56.26 
       12 Will Leer                    USA                    3:56.63 
       13 Leonel Manzano               USA                    3:58.68 
       14 Josephat Kithii              Kenya                  4:01.09 
       -- Moise Joseph                 Haiti                      DNF 
       -- Jackson Kivuna               Kenya                      DNF

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      • #4
        13 under 4:00.

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        • #5
          Pre best marks-for-place: 2, =5, 6, 7, 8

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          • #6
            Manzano should retire.......................

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            • #7
              Webb is still a step better than Van Westuisen.
              Great races for Brannen and Jager.

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              • #8
                Nice PR for Jager. Too bad we won't be seeing him duke it out in the NCAAs.

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                • #9
                  The 13 under 4.00,00 breaks the 1996-2008 all-time mark for this meet (1996 being the first year of results online on the site).

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by EPelle
                    The 13 under 4.00,00 breaks the 1996-2008 all-time mark for this meet (1996 being the first year of results online on the site).
                    Ties the record from 1995, if one trusts the compiler and the site :

                    http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/archiv ... lltime.pdf

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                    • #11
                      Re USA runners: Big PR for Jager (as noted above). Also mile PRs for Lomong & Leer (though each has 1500m PR that converts to superior mile time). As for Webb, I am somewhat relieved simply to see him improving this year, with a time that at least puts him among the half dozen or so who might be the top prospects to finish in the top 3 at USA championships.

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                      • #12
                        It should have been a PR for Jager, y'all saw the pace of the race and he was in the back of the pack :shock: and obviously Kiprop could have run faster, were it not for the kisses to the crowd and what not. LOL
                        on the road

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by dj
                          Originally posted by EPelle
                          The 13 under 4.00,00 breaks the 1996-2008 all-time mark for this meet (1996 being the first year of results online on the site).
                          Ties the record from 1995, if one trusts the compiler and the site :

                          http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/archiv ... lltime.pdf
                          Oh, where was that yesterday? ;-)

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Master Po
                            Re USA runners: Big PR for Jager (as noted above). Also mile PRs for Lomong & Leer (though each has 1500m PR that converts to superior mile time). As for Webb, I am somewhat relieved simply to see him improving this year, with a time that at least puts him among the half dozen or so who might be the top prospects to finish in the top 3 at USA championships.
                            People were excited about Oregon and the 4xmile (although the one weak leg hurt the final time). However, consider this Wisconsin foursome if a couple of principals had not departed:

                            Miller 3:37
                            Bolas 3:37
                            Jager 3:54.35
                            Bethke ? (13:27, +7:51i, has run several sub-4s)

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                            • #15
                              Bethke has run one sub-4 (3.59,85 indoors) and has an outdoor 3.42,82 (4.00,65c) 1.500m best. That "several" is a stretch, but he is still a sub-4 miler, nevertheless.

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