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  • ¶m5000: Galen Rupp (Oregon) 14:04.12

    T&FN Formchart:

    1. Galen Rupp Oregon
    2. *David McNeill’ Northern Arizona
    3. **Hassan Mead Minnesota
    4. *Tyson David’ Alabama
    5. *Brandon Bethke Arizona State
    6. Shadrack Biwott’ Oregon
    7. ***Chris Derrick Stanford
    8. Ryan Vail Oklahoma State
    9. ***Elliott Heath Stanford
    10. *Rory Fraser’ New Mexico

  • #2
    question just posed on the weather thread: if tonite is done (and it appears to be say the doppler dudes), what does that do to this event? One big race for the final or two sections? Or change everything around w/ the 10K and try to do 3 races in three days? Changes the whole situation on Rupp's double, eh? (if it eventuates that we're done)

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    • #3
      Doppler dudes are wrong. We're starting up again. Tentative starting time is 10:15pm. Field events are still a bit iffy.
      "Run fast and keep turning left."

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      • #4
        Rupp ran a smart low effort race.

        Hassan Mead looks like the real deal.

        Good night. 8-)

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        • #5
          Wow, this meet was going on late, I wonder how that wil affect some who must return early today

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          • #6
            Looks like heat one had a faster closing 1.600m than did heat two, 4.11,71 to 4.16,9, with Rupp surging on in with his qualifier with a 4.12,34 finish.

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            • #7
              An on-scene observer reported 1:57ish close for the guys in Rupp's heat.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by knite
                Wow, this meet was going on late, I wonder how that wil affect some who must return early today
                It shouldn't really effect anyone too bad. The events effected were wPV, wLJ, mHJ, mJT, 400, 100, Steeple, and 5K. The earliest any of them have to return are the long jumpers at 4:45pm, so I assume that's plenty of time to sleep in.

                Hey, they're college students! I was ALWAYS awake at that time of night back then. (Then again, that might explain why I ran only one mediocre season of NCAA track and then switched to journalism. :roll: )
                "Run fast and keep turning left."

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                • #9
                  maybe you shoulda stuck to running :-)

                  (sorry, but when somebody lobs a softball....)

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                  • #10
                    Preliminaries
                    1 David McNeill JR Northern Arizona 13:57.73Q
                    2 Hassan Mead SO Minnesota 14:00.79Q
                    3 Elliott Heath SO Stanford 13:58.43Q
                    4 Tyson David JR Alabama 14:01.07Q
                    5 Brandon Bethke JR Arizona State 13:58.76Q
                    6 Chris Derrick FR Stanford 14:01.37Q
                    7 Galen Rupp SR Oregon 13:59.26Q
                    8 Emmanuel Bor JR Alabama 14:02.21Q
                    9 Shadrack Biwott SR Oregon 13:59.93Q
                    10 Alfred Kipchumba SO Portland 14:02.32Q
                    11 Michael Maag SR Princeton 13:59.96Q
                    12 Ryan Sheridan FR Iona 14:02.44Q
                    13 Mark Steeds SR Georgia State 14:01.41q
                    14 Matt Leeder FR Florida State 14:02.57q
                    15 Ryan Vail SR Oklahoma State 14:02.67q
                    16 Jean-Pierre Weerts JR Auburn 14:04.70q
                    17 Colby Lowe FR Oklahoma State 14:07.38
                    18 Jacob Kirwa JR New Mexico 14:09.45
                    19 Diego Estrada FR Northern Arizona 14:09.69
                    20 Chris Rombough JR Minnesota 14:09.79
                    21 Ian Fitzgerald SR William & Mary 14:17.94
                    22 Joseph Maina JR Eastern Kentucky 14:18.44
                    23 Lex Williams JR Michigan 14:19.49
                    24 Matt Tebo SO Colorado 14:19.67
                    25 Joe Macdonald JR Butler 14:20.30
                    26 Rory Fraser JR New Mexico 14:46.51
                    -- Scott Wall SR Oregon DNF

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                    • #11
                      formchart damage

                      in:
                      1. Galen Rupp Oregon
                      2. *David McNeill’ Northern Arizona
                      3. **Hassan Mead Minnesota
                      4. *Tyson David’ Alabama
                      5. *Brandon Bethke Arizona State
                      6. Shadrack Biwott’ Oregon
                      7. ***Chris Derrick Stanford
                      8. Ryan Vail Oklahoma State
                      9. ***Elliott Heath Stanford

                      out:
                      10. *Rory Fraser’ New Mexico

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by KevinM
                        An on-scene observer reported 1:57ish close for the guys in Rupp's heat.
                        Yep, with Rupp at 1.59,92 (58,71) and out of trouble.

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                        • #13
                          The results now have lap splits for the mens and womens 5000 (and the 800s as well).

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                          • #14
                            If I were a guy running against Rupp in these champs, I'd feel bad not to make him earn every bit of his status. Not that it would be hard for him to do...lol

                            HOwever, if I had made a final with him, I would make that pace honest as he would already swallow everyone up whole with the amount of talent he has off of a slow pace. So no need to "sit back" and let him do the inevitable!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by gh
                              maybe you shoulda stuck to running :-)

                              (sorry, but when somebody lobs a softball....)
                              Yeah, well, you hired me, buddy! :P
                              "Run fast and keep turning left."

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