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  • '09 London GP mMile

    Very nice sweep for the US

  • #2
    Very impressive indeed especially on the eve of the Worlds and the method in which each closed. Could the US perhaps get 3 into the final and be competitive in it?

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    • #3
      Sans any Kenyans, time for the Yanks to shine. Best line up of Yank milers in quite awhile. All foreign born of course, but we are an immigrant country as most of the European countries seem to be as well.

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      • #4
        17:06 - EMSLEY CARR MILE - Men OFFICIAL RESULTS

        1 Bernard LAGAT USA 3:52.71
        2 Leonel MANZANO USA 3:53.01 PB
        3 Lopez LOMONG USA 3:53.35 PB
        4 Collis BIRMINGHAM AUS 3:54.30 PB
        5 Nathan BRANNEN CAN 3:54.57
        6 James BREWER GBR 3:54.80
        7 Johan CRONJE RSA 3:54.84 PB
        8 Jeremy ROFF AUS 3:55.05 PB
        9 Tom LANCASHIRE GBR 3:55.19 PB
        10 Ricky STEVENSON GBR 3:57.90 PB
        11 Ryan GREGSON AUS 3:58.90 PB
        12 Rob MYERS USA 4:03.29
        13 Colin MCCOURT GBR 4:17.94 PB
        David KRUMMENACKER USA DNF
        Split Times

        400 David KRUMMENACKER USA 57.53
        800 David KRUMMENACKER USA (57.99) 1:55.52
        1200 Bernard LAGAT USA (1:00.80) 2:56.32
        1500 Bernard LAGAT USA (41.36) 3:37.68
        Finish Bernard LAGAT USA (15.03) 3:52.71


        Whodda thunk? Former world champion David Krummenacker, rabbit.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by westcoasttiger
          Very impressive indeed especially on the eve of the Worlds and the method in which each closed. Could the US perhaps get 3 into the final and be competitive in it?
          Or is that a mile-centric point of view? If it had been a 1500 and the times had been this, would you still feel the same?

          1 Bernard LAGAT USA 3:35.48
          2 Leonel MANZANO USA 3:35.75
          3 Lopez LOMONG USA 3:36.07

          Doesn't have quite the same feel, does it?

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          • #6
            Last lap splits? They should be fast!

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            • #7
              Nice finish for them, but not overly impressive times in a mediocre field. Hope they do well in Berlin, but this race is not a good forecast of that.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Marlow
                Last lap splits? They should be fast!
                Why? Lagat ran 41.4 for his last 300, indicating something like a 55, which ain't notably fast at this level.

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                • #9
                  Commonwealth Games - Africa + US = Carr Mile (and pretty much all of the other mid-d events here)

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                  • #10
                    Rob Myers seems to be falling into an Alan Webb kind of funk...inconsistent.

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