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  • ¶'09 WC m10K: Kenenisa Bekele (Ethiopia) 26:46.31 MR

    THE FORMCHART
    1. Kenenisa Bekele (Ethiopia) .......26:17.53 (’05)
    2. Micah Kogo (Kenya) ...................26:35.63 (’06)
    3. Sileshi Sihine (Ethiopia) ............26:39.69 (’04)
    4. Ali Abdosh (Ethiopia) .................27:04.92 (’07)
    5. Moses Masai (Kenya) .................26:49.20 (’07)
    6. Zersenay Tadese (Eritrea) ..........26:37.25 (’06)
    7. Galen Rupp (USA) ......................27:33.48 (’07)
    8. Bernard Kipyego (Kenya) ..........26:59.61 (’07)
    9. Abebe Dinkesa (Ethiopia) ..........26:30.74 (’05)
    10. Dathan Ritzenhein (USA) .........27:35.65 (’06)

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    Re: 2009 WC: m10,000

    Originally posted by bhall
    THE FORMCHART
    1. Kenenisa Bekele (Ethiopia) .......26:17.53 (’05)
    2. Micah Kogo (Kenya) ...................26:35.63 (’06)
    3. Sileshi Sihine (Ethiopia) ............26:39.69 (’04)
    4. Ali Abdosh (Ethiopia) .................27:04.92 (’07)
    5. Moses Masai (Kenya) .................26:49.20 (’07)
    6. Zersenay Tadese (Eritrea) ..........26:37.25 (’06)
    7. Galen Rupp (USA) ......................27:33.48 (’07)
    8. Bernard Kipyego (Kenya) ..........26:59.61 (’07)
    9. Abebe Dinkesa (Ethiopia) ..........26:30.74 (’05)
    10. Dathan Ritzenhein (USA) .........27:35.65 (’06)
    A little optimistic re the Yanks, it seems to me. Rupp had a long, hard season with lots of doubling. Too bad Sihine is hurt.
    Cheers,
    Alan Shank
    Woodland, CA

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    • #3
      Rupp hasn't raced since the trials, right? Or am I forgetting something?

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      • #4
        Hip problem.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ed gee
          Hip problem.
          Rupp or Sihine?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by AS
            Rupp or Sihine?
            I think the main reason Rupp hasn't been racing is due to an attempt to recover a bit from the NCAA season. The hip thing is a more recent occurrence that merely delayed his departure to St. Moritz but otherwise had no impact on the schedule.

            Sihine has a 'leg injury.' What is this, hockey?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by K.I.R.
              Sihine has a 'leg injury.' What is this, hockey?

              Check for spaces in the front teeth.

              Was always hard to tell with the older Kalenjin Kenyans.

              :]

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              • #8
                1 1137 Martin Toroitich UGA 27:57.11
                2 415 Imane Merga ETH 27:33.87 27:33.53
                3 344 Teklemariam Medhin ERI 28:20.92 27:46.50
                4 611 Surendra Kumar Singh IND 28:02.89
                5 1092 Fabiano Joseph Naasi TAN 27:19.72
                6 618 Martin Fagan IRL 27:58.48 27:58.48
                7 368 Ayad Lamdassem ESP 27:52.04 27:45.58
                8 950 Ahmad Hassan Abdullah QAT 26:38.76
                9 941 Rui Pedro Silva POR 28:01.63 28:01.63
                10 1091 Dickson Marwa Mkami TAN 27:38.58
                11 1227 Galen Rupp USA 27:52.53 27:33.48
                12 820 Juan Luis Barrios MEX 27:40.10 27:40.10
                13 1211 Tim Nelson USA 27:36.99 27:36.99
                14 380 Manuel Ángel Penas ESP 27:58.76 27:58.76
                15 407 Gebre-egziabher Gebremariam ETH 26:52.33
                16 735 Moses Ndiema Masai KEN 27:44.88 26:49.20
                17 402 Kenenisa Bekele ETH 26:17.53
                18 143 David McNeill AUS 28:03.02
                19 734 Micah Kipkemboi Kogo KEN 26:35.63
                20 404 Abebe Dinkesa ETH 27:17.49 26:30.74
                21 132 Collis Birmingham AUS 27:29.73 27:29.73
                22 346 Kidane Tadasse ERI 27:06.16
                23 825 Juan Carlos Romero MEX 29:11.63 27:47.46
                24 690 Yuki Iwai JPN 27:58.03 27:58.03
                25 730 Bernard Kiprop Kipyego KEN 27:44.80 26:59.61
                26 1093 Ezekiel Jafari TAN 27:39.92 27:39.92
                27 1221 Dathan Ritzenhein USA 27:58.59 27:35.65
                28 1013 Anatoliy Rybakov RUS 28:19.39 28:06.54
                29 347 Zersenay Tadese ERI 26:37.25
                30 358 Carles Castillejo ESP 27:48.80 27:39.79
                31 956 Nicholas Kemboi QAT 27:41.99 26:30.03

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                • #9
                  The renaissance of American distance running is set to begin... I am sooo pumped for this race.

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                  • #10
                    Nine guys have 26s, so it will be hard to get in to the top six, but champ races are all always a bit hard to read and the 10,000 especially, since racing is so 'thin' and a 27:30 run alone might be as good as a 27:10 in a time-trial parade in great conditions with no pushing and shoving.

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                    • #11
                      I hope I am wrong but without any racing since USATF and with hip problem, I doubt we will see the same Rupp. When he goes for that extra gear I don't think it will be there.

                      A 27:30 may win the race, but we may see a 13:00 to 13:10 final 5k that will blow the race open. Of course, that will probably be by Bekele.

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                      • #12
                        At once, he is burned out and hasn't raced enough...

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                        • #13
                          Ritzenhein has been training very well, according to his blog (http://dathanritzenhein.competitor.com/). I hope it'll be an honest pace!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by dl
                            Ritzenhein has been training very well, according to his blog (http://dathanritzenhein.competitor.com/). I hope it'll be an honest pace!
                            Did you just make $0.05 for that plug?


                            Regarding the start list: is Fagan actually declared? He was down on the track with a bad Achilles at Irish Nationals just a few weeks ago.

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                            • #15
                              The Eritreans going straight to the front.

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