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  • #46
    Originally posted by Marlow
    Originally posted by marathondave
    Not now. 1500 team is now set after Ulrey's 3:35.23 in Rome.
    Ya know what? He may totally bomb out in the first round in Berlin, but ya gotta give him props for finishing top 3 in Eugene and now successfully chasing the standard. Good for you!
    And now he has a whole month to recoup for the WCs (rather than chasing for weeks; I think that this is his first race).

    Does anyone know Teg's schedule; a sub 13.20 would aid his teammate.

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    • #47
      It seems Kitchens got B standard (8.13) im an italian meeting.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Moura
        It seems Kitchens got B standard (8.13) im an italian meeting.
        Gall missed the A-standard with a 2:00.40 at the meeting in Lignano.

        http://www.fidal.it/2009/COD1871/Gara108.htm

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        • #49
          Originally posted by gh
          All of which brings us full circle to my statement at this point last year (and probably years before that): enough of this foolishness! Nobody who chases a standard after the Nationals ever does anything significant at the OG/WC anyway. Pick the team at the Trials meet and leave it at that.
          Thank you.

          (James Brownin').....Please, please, please put a stop to this mark-chasin' garbage! Now, I'm wishing that every other country has passport rules as strict as Bejing! (the reason why no mark-chasing was allowed in 2008!)

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Moura
            It seems Kitchens got B standard (8.13) im an italian meeting.
            where, pray tell?

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            • #51
              Lignano
              http://www.fidal.it/2009/COD1871/Gara028.htm

              1 77 KITCHENS George 1983 SM USA00 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 7.90 +1.0
              1°: N 2°: 7.90 3°: 7.70 4°: N 5°: 7.78 6°: N
              +1.0 +0.4 +0.3
              2 75 DOS SANTOS Rubens 1984 SM BRA00 BRAZIL 7.61 +0.2
              1°: N 2°: 7.37 3°: 7.45 4°: N 5°: R 6°: 7.61
              +0.4 +0.3 +0.2
              3 78 IUCOLANO Ferdinando 1980 SM RM053 C.S. AERONAUTICA MILITARE 7.36 +0.1
              1°: 7.14 2°: 7.19 3°: 7.15 4°: N 5°: N 6°: 7.36
              +0.6 +0.4 +0.4 +0.1
              4 76 AGRESTI Francesco 1977 SM PD131 G.S. FIAMME ORO PADOVA 7.05 +0.3
              1°: 7.05 2°: 7.01 3°: 7.04 4°: 6.87 5°: 7.02 6°: 6.97

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              • #52
                Originally posted by 26mi235
                Does anyone know Teg's schedule; a sub 13.20 would aid his teammate.
                Tegenkamp's only race before the WC will be a 5000 in Heusden, Belgium on July 18.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by einnod23
                  Originally posted by gh
                  All of which brings us full circle to my statement at this point last year (and probably years before that): enough of this foolishness! Nobody who chases a standard after the Nationals ever does anything significant at the OG/WC anyway. Pick the team at the Trials meet and leave it at that.
                  Thank you.

                  (James Brownin').....Please, please, please put a stop to this mark-chasin' garbage! Now, I'm wishing that every other country has passport rules as strict as Bejing! (the reason why no mark-chasing was allowed in 2008!)
                  Vessey should not have chance at the 800, Tegenkamp only has the B and it makes no sense for Ulrey to even run the 1500 because he will not make the final. Kreiner no way belongs in a JT comp at this level, There is no development aspect to the WCs/OGs and everyone that is not likely to get a medal should stay home -- NOT.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by gm
                    Originally posted by Moura
                    It seems Kitchens got B standard (8.13) im an italian meeting.
                    where, pray tell?
                    Nuoro

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                    • #55
                      The "big" meet in Nuoro on July 08 was won at 7.65, no sign of Kitchens in results I've seen.

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                      • #56
                        When was the last time the US LJ men had someone who needed to chase a standard following USATF/OT's? (It may be more recent than I'm assuming, but it seems strange, even during our "slump" years).

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by pela2
                          Originally posted by Moura
                          It seems Kitchens got B standard (8.13) im an italian meeting.
                          Gall missed the A-standard with a 2:00.40 at the meeting in Lignano.

                          http://www.fidal.it/2009/COD1871/Gara108.htm
                          You know, I wonder why they haven't relaxed the qual. standard for the women's 800m event. As it's one of the more solid standards that women have a hard time reaching, with with athletes not named Janeth Jepkosgei or Pamela Jelimo (of the past 2 yrs **) the event is wide open.

                          I can see a high 1:57 winning this yr's event.

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                          • #58
                            Three of the top 5/five of the top 10 from the women's 5000m WC Trials race are entered in tomorrow's 5000 in Liege.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by REngelhardt
                              Three of the top 5/five of the top 10 from the women's 5000m WC Trials race are entered in tomorrow's 5000 in Liege.
                              Is there a start list/site link available?

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                              • #60
                                Liege web site:
                                http://www.sport.be/meetingliege/2009/eng/

                                At this time, only the pre-program lists are posted.

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