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  • #16
    Re: Arcadia 2M: greatest depth ever

    Originally posted by Dave
    Aside from Solinsky, did any of the other runners in the 2003 race do anything impressive in college?
    1 Chris Solinsky 26:59.60 (PR/Debut)
    7 Tim Nelson 27:31.56 (PR/27'36"99)
    8 Robert Curtis 27:33.38 (PR/28'06"74)
    13 Brent Vaughn 28:05.33 (PR/Debut)

    7 years later 4 of them were in the Stanford 10K.....

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    • #17
      Re: Arcadia 2M: greatest depth ever

      3rd-placer in that 2003 Arcadia race, Mr Moe, became an 8'41 steepler. Injuries derailed his consistency at UW.
      5th-placer, Mr Debole, eventually ran a 7'56 3000M.
      6th-placer, Mr Hassen, ran 14'13"67 at Florida.
      7th-placer, Mr Ruiz, immigrated to the USA by sneaking across the Mexican border. He attended school year-round to graduate in 3 years instead of 4; he arrived with zero English skills and graduated with a 3.84 GPA. He ran 30'20"25 for Northridge.
      9th-placer, Mr Kollar, ran 3'46"05 at NC State.
      11th-placer, Mr Allizzi, competed four years for Boston College.
      12th-placer, Mr Dalpiaz, ran a 9'01"75 steeple for Georgetown. Competed 4 years for the Hoyas.
      Fire Impossible.

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