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  • '09 Brussels GP mSteeple

    1 GARY, Roba ETH 8:12.03 8:12.03
    2 KESKISALO, Jukka FIN 8:10.67 8:10.67
    3 KIPTEREGE, Elijah KEN 8:10.63 8:10.63
    4 KOECH, Paul KEN 7:56.37 8:01.26
    5 MATEELONG, Richard KEN 8:00.89 8:00.89
    6 MOHAMED, Mustafa SWE 8:05.75 8:18.44
    7 TAHER, Tareq Mubarak BRN 8:06.13 8:06.13
    8 MUTAI, Abel KEN 8:11.40 8:11.40
    9 RAMOLEFI, Ruben RSA 8:11.63 8:11.63
    10 LANGAT, David KEN 8:24.19
    11 LANGAT, Patrick KEN 8:19.13 8:21.38
    12 BUC, Bustjan SLO 8:16.96 8:32.21
    13 DESMET, Pieter BEL 8:15.02 8:23.81
    14 KIPYEGO, Mike KEN 8:08.48 8:08.48
    15 KRISTENSEN, Ustad NOR 8:16.75 8:28.57
    16 SZYMKOWIAK, Tomasz POL 8:21.32 8:21.32
    17 VAN KOOLWIJK, Krijn BEL 8:17.11 8:24.22
    18 HULING, Daniel USA 8:20.84 8:21.65

  • #2
    Paul Koech wins the 3000m steeplechase in 8:04.05. Richard Mateelong is second.
    Regards,
    toyracer

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    • #3
      Their "live" results are slow to post: race should have been over at least 10 minutes at this point.

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      • #4
        1 KOECH, Paul KEN 8:04.05
        2 MATEELONG, Richard KEN 8:06.92
        3 KESKISALO, Jukka FIN 8:13.34
        4 HULING, Daniel USA PB 8:14.69
        5 GARY, Roba ETH 8:15.50
        6 MOHAMED, Mustafa SWE 8:20.61
        7 TAHER, Tareq Mubarak BRN 8:23.68
        8 KIPTEREGE, Elijah KEN 8:25.41
        9 RAMOLEFI, Ruben RSA 8:26.12
        10 MUTAI, Abel KEN 8:28.21
        11 KIPYEGO, Mike KEN 8:29.32
        12 DESMET, Pieter BEL 8:31.80
        13 VAN KOOLWIJK, Krijn BEL 8:33.87
        14 SZYMKOWIAK, Tomasz POL 8:34.65
        15 BUC, Bustjan SLO 8:46.18
        KRISTENSEN, Ustad NOR DNF
        LANGAT, David KEN DNF
        LANGAT, Patrick KEN DNF

        Always nice to see any athlete get a PB
        Regards,
        toyracer

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        • #5
          Wow, fantastic PR for Huling. Not sure I expected that after the WC.

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          • #6
            Huling to No. American ever:

            1. 8:08.82 Daniel Lincoln (Nike) 7/14/06
            2. 8:09.17 Henry Marsh (Athletics West) 8/28/85
            3. 8:09.76 Mark Croghan (Nike International) 8/21/93
            4. 8:13.16 Brian Diemer (Athletics West) 8/29/84
            5. 8:14.26 Marc Davis (Foot Locker AC) 8/05/93
            6. 8:14.69 Daniel Huling (Reebok) 9/04/09
            7. 8:14.82 Tim Broe (adidas) 6/29/01
            8. 8:15.69 Steve Slattery (Nike) 9/14/07
            9. 8:15.77 Pascal Dobert (Nike) 7/20/00
            10. 8:16.59 Ivan Huff (adidas) 9/05/86

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            • #7
              flash quote from Huling:

              Daniel HULING (USA)
              I'm so happy! This year was so difficult because i got a calf injury in april, may, which causes me a lot of problem to come back. And then, today i break my personal record for six seconds. The weather conditions weren't so great, it was windy and i had to make some tremendous efforts to come back near the firsts. But i had great sensations today and this time is a great value for all my work during training. Great!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by KevinM
                Wow, fantastic PR for Huling. Not sure I expected that after the WC.
                The armchair quarterbacks are silent again.

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