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  • ’09 Zürich m1500: Choge 3:33.38

    (too bad Lagat is sitting this one out)

    1500m Men

    Kiprop, Asbel KEN
    Lancashire, Thomas GBR
    Manzano, Leonel USA
    Kamel, Yusuf Saad BRN
    Moustaoui, Mohamed MAR
    van der Westhuizen, Peter RSA
    Ali, Belal Mansoor BRN
    Choge, Augustine KEN
    Boukensa, Tarek ALG
    Zerguelaine, Antar ALG
    Lomong, Lopez USA
    Riseley, Jeffrey AUS
    Krummenacher, David USA

  • #2
    Is Krumm the wabbit?
    phsstt!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by SQUACKEE
      Is Krumm the wabbit?
      That was my thought when I saw the start list. And from the several races he's wabbited earlier this year, he's done a good job.

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      • #4
        asbel wants redemption for berlin

        that means shoot for 3'28 even 3'27

        i think this coud be a fantastic run for him & no more sit'n'kick for a 3'31

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        • #5
          Originally posted by SQUACKEE
          Is Krumm the wabbit?
          With a seasonal best of 3:49.70 (and that ain't a mile!) I'd say that's a pretty safe assumption.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by eldrick
            asbel wants redemption for berlin

            that means shoot for 3'28 even 3'27

            i think this coud be a fantastic run for him & no more sit'n'kick for a 3'31
            It didn't look to me like he was in that kind of shape in Berlin. Although I certainly agree that he along with several others is due for a fast time.

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            • #7
              he was in kenyan champs

              cruised past choge/keitany like they were standing still

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              • #8
                Sorry, Kuha & Co. These rabbited 1500s are such snorefests compared to the exciting racing in Berlin.

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                • #9
                  seriously big guy

                  a wabbited zurich won in 3'33 !!!

                  excreable :cry:

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                  • #10
                    Think results are wrong as Manzano and Lamong are flip-flopped?
                    No one wanted to run with the rabbits.
                    Kiprop still in his funk.

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                    • #11
                      Manzano said on the bus afterwards that he just didn't feel right from early on in the race.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by gh
                        Sorry, Kuha & Co. These rabbited 1500s are such snorefests compared to the exciting racing in Berlin.
                        That 1500 was dull, no question. I thought the WC race was forgettable, too, regardless of how much wild sprinting took place in the last straightaway. The large part of the problem now, quite frankly, is that the talent/charisma level in this event has been at a very low ebb since El G's retirement.

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