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  • 2009 USATF: m20k Walk - Tim Seaman 1:26:14

    1. Patrick Stroupe (unat) 3
    2. Tim Seaman (New York AC) 5
    3. Ben Shorey (Parkside AC) 8
    4. Mike Tarantino (WCW) 6
    5. Stephen Quirke (Parkside AC) nr
    6. John Nunn (US Army) 4
    7. Allen James (BLAC) 7
    8. Chris Tegtmeier (Concordia/Nb) nr
    9. Philip Dunn (New Balance) 9
    10. Ian Whatley (unat) nr

  • #2
    My pick:

    Nunn
    Stroup
    Seaman

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    • #3
      Seaman
      Stroupe
      Nunn, Shorey or Tegtmeier

      If the race is held on the track, as is rumored to be happening, Seaman will win. He has never lost to any of the field on the track (that I can recall). If it stays on the road, he'll have a tougher time, but his experience should win out over the younger legs of Stroupe.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MJR
        Seaman
        Stroupe
        Nunn, Shorey or Tegtmeier

        If the race is held on the track, as is rumored to be happening, Seaman will win. He has never lost to any of the field on the track (that I can recall). If it stays on the road, he'll have a tougher time, but his experience should win out over the younger legs of Stroupe.
        Why didn't you post this sooner? :x I just went with Nunn on the visa game. :evil:

        So here's hoping your inside knowledge doesn't hold up.

        Nunn
        Seaman
        Stroupe

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MJR
          If it stays on the road, he'll have a tougher time, but his experience should win out over the younger legs of Stroupe.
          Are you insinuating that he cheats the least and would disbenefit from laxer (more infrequent) judging?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Marlow
            Originally posted by MJR
            If it stays on the road, he'll have a tougher time, but his experience should win out over the younger legs of Stroupe.
            Are you insinuating that he cheats the least and would disbenefit from laxer (more infrequent) judging?
            No, I'm not. Just as some 10k runners do better on the track or road, walkers are that way too. Actually, the judging zone lengths on the road or track @ championships are almost the same length. You just get more judges over the road course. If the road course is an out & back, they actually are judged more there, as the judge gets both sides of the road.

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            • #7
              No live feed!!! Is it Nike or USATF policy that if we totally ignore the event it will go away forever? (Its probably not too far from reality)

              All someone had to do was turn the camera on, as the PA announcer would have provided at least enough audio for people to know WTF is going on. (deleted rant)

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              Ok, heard back from USATF & Flotrack. There was video done, just not live. They're trying to make it work, but being on the road threw them for a loop. My apologies.

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              • #8
                Event 21 Men 20000 Meter Race Walk
                ================================================== =============
                World: W 1:17:25.6h 5/7/1994 Bernardo Segura, MEX
                American: A 1:23:40.00 8/19/2000 Tim Seaman, NYAC
                Name Year Team Finals
                ================================================== =============
                Finals
                1 Tim Seaman N Y A C 1:26:14.26
                2 Patrick Stroupe unattached 1:26:41.44
                3 Benjamin Shorey unattached 1:27:17.59
                4 John Nunn U.S. Army 1:27:42.85
                5 Stephen Quirke unattached 1:29:40.32
                6 Michael Tarantino unattached 1:30:54.88
                7 Christopher Tegtmeier Concordia/Nebraska 1:32:50.03
                8 Theron Kissinger CT Racewalk 1:40:31.40

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Moura
                  My pick:

                  Nunn
                  Stroup
                  Seaman
                  Seaman again, Nunn not so good as I thougt. Really I donĀ“t know if US will have anyone in WC, who has B standard?

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                  • #10
                    No men have a standard. Seaman is the only one who could do one now and he has said he will not attempt to get one this year. He'll be focusing on domestic races for the remainder of the year. His priority is developing our Jr Men and helping his fiance, Canadian Rachel Lavallee, do well in Berlin as she preps for London.

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                    • #11
                      Since it was a road race, the times should be expressed in even seconds:

                      1. Tim Seaman (NYAC) 1:26:15 (AL);
                      2. Patrick Stroupe (unat) 1:26:42;
                      3. Benjamin Shorey (unat) 1:27:18;
                      4. John Nunn (USAr) 1:27:43;
                      5. Stephen Quirke (unat) 1:29:41;
                      6. Michael Tarantino (unat) 1:30:55;
                      7. Christopher Tegtmeier (ConcNB) 1:32:51;
                      8. Theron Kissinger (CtRW) 1:40:32.

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