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  • Ghent results?

    I saw on letsrun.com a mention of Maggie Vecsey's 2:00.04 from today in Ghent. Anyone have a link to complete results?

  • #2
    There will be more information on the meet here, including results:
    http://www.val.be/default.aspx?mnuid=2&nid=902&pmnuid=1
    Fire Impossible.

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    • #3
      This appears to be the meet peage, but no 2009 results (startlists are there though - under participants):

      http://www.rcgent.be/nachteng.html

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      • #4
        I think flotrack is putting stuff up.
        http://www.flotrack.org/videos/coverage ... anders-cup

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        • #5
          I can see the news is about as easy to come by as it was in the mid-1800s when Robert Browning wrote the poem we read in high school:

          How They Brought The Good News From Aix To Ghent

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          • #6
            Results are here:
            http://www.rcgent.be/wedstrijden2009/nacht_2009.pdf

            W800m
            Maggie Vessie USA 2.00.04
            Kenia Sinclair JAM 2.01.10
            Alysia Johnson USA 2.01.32

            M800m
            Tetlo Emmen USA 1.47.37
            David Torrence USA 1.47.98
            Rob Myers USA 1.48.15

            W1500m
            Brenda Martinez USA 4.09.52

            M1500m
            Russell Brown USA 3'37.32
            Will Leer USA 3'37.37
            Matt Lincoln CAN 3'39.80

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            • #7
              I have been reliably informed by one who paid more attention than I in English Lit class that the title of the Browning opus is "from Ghent to Aix" not not the other way. Which only makes the allusion more apropos to this thread.

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              • #8
                Wow...Vessey 2:00.04 !?!?!?!?

                How agonizingly close with no great news.

                She's running out of chances and my guess that even if she did get the standard, she may be baked by the time she gets to Berlin with all the attempts.

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                • #9
                  Too bad she had to withdraw from the Paris race. The pace was made to order for her.

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