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  • Dorian Urley in Rome 1500!

    Talk about baptism under fire!....he needs a pretty big improvement to get to Berlin.

    Good luck to him...stay in the back and hope for the best....

    No Tegenkamp in 5000...if he's looking for that sub 13.20, wouldnt this have been the perfect venue?

  • #2
    so we're clear: Teg's place on the team is secure even if he doesn't have an A-qualifier. What he would do if he got an A, however, is put Jager on the team, and since they're training mates.....

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    • #3
      Re: Dorian Urley in Rome 1500!

      Originally posted by cubop
      Talk about baptism under fire!....he needs a pretty big improvement to get to Berlin.

      Good luck to him...stay in the back and hope for the best....

      No Tegenkamp in 5000...if he's looking for that sub 13.20, wouldnt this have been the perfect venue?
      Where are you getting Ulrey in the 1,500? Is there an updated start list I don't know about?

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      • #4
        Good luck DU!!

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        • #5
          He's listed as of this morning when I looked in the GG website.

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          • #6
            So I take it sometime between celebrating like an idiot in Eugene ("USA baby!") and now, Ulrey realized he had to actually run a time to make the team.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by K.I.R.
              So I take it sometime between celebrating like an idiot in Eugene ("USA baby!") and now, Ulrey realized he had to actually run a time to make the team.
              What a dick, showing excitement and enthusiasm after the biggest performance of his career.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by KevinM
                Originally posted by K.I.R.
                So I take it sometime between celebrating like an idiot in Eugene ("USA baby!") and now, Ulrey realized he had to actually run a time to make the team.
                What a dick, showing excitement and enthusiasm after the biggest performance of his career.
                Yeah, if I finished top three at the nationals. I would be calm and reserved. I sure wouldn't be an enthusiastic. That'd be idiotic.

                Annnnyway - good luck to him in getting his Standard.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by KevinM
                  What a dick, showing excitement and enthusiasm after the biggest performance of his career.
                  Getting 3rd at USAs isn't a funeral, but don't wave around the flag and elbow Manzano and Lomong out of the shot to say something like "USA baby!" when there is only the slightest of chances you will be on the team in Berlin.

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                  • #10
                    Well you just sit there and hate on the man while he runs in these meets to get his standard. By the way, are you running in Berlin???

                    Hmmm!!!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by justblaze1011
                      By the way, are you running in Berlin???
                      I'm not actually. Notice my lack of unnecessary enthusiasm.

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                      • #12
                        PB 3:35.23

                        That's an A.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by BCBaroo
                          PB 3:35.23

                          That's an A.
                          And an NCAA record.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by trackhead
                            Originally posted by BCBaroo
                            PB 3:35.23

                            That's an A.
                            And an NCAA record.
                            Glad to see someone from the US mid-distance going for it...now he need to go back and train til WC's!

                            Best of luck to him!

                            He's solidly on the team now!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by trackhead
                              Originally posted by BCBaroo
                              PB 3:35.23

                              That's an A.
                              And an NCAA record.
                              not by any stretch of the imagination; in the realm of extended-season CRs (i.e., those after the NCAA), Bernard Lagat has a 3:30

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