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  • Webb wins one

    FYI...

    http://results.belgiantiming.be/event/2 ... 309037_eng


    1 9788 Web Alan USA 3:41.16
    2 9797 Ndiwa Cornelius KEN 3:41.96
    3 9766 Smail Nouredine FRA 3:42.77
    4 9762 Schmitz Tommy USA 3:47.07
    5 9735 Mccartan Patrick IRL 3:49.39
    6 9752 Raabe Johannes GER 3:50.04
    7 9681 Corcoran Richard USA 3:51.22
    8 9670 Breit Stefan SUI 3:51.98
    9 9709 Groen Tijs NED 3:52.05
    10 9672 Buraas Sindre NOR 3:52.49
    11 1788 Vandegaer Wout RCT 3:54.10
    12 1234 Misplon Bert RCG 4:01.71
    13 9738 Moriarty Kevin IRL 4:05.25
    9791 Williamson Ian GBR DNF
    9798 Ellerton Andrew CAN DNF
    1537 Dierckx Toon ACBR DNF
    9741 Naroda Andrej AUT DNF

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    Re: Webb wins one

    And then...
    1 9776 Vail Ryan USA 13:32.10
    2 9723 Karoki Muchiri KEN 13:45.74
    3 9794 Yazawa Yo JAP 13:52.88
    4 9747 Perret Clint AUS 13:59.25
    5 9748 Pierce Jonathan USA 14:03.90
    6 9804 Wiggers Tom NED 14:06.44
    7 9775 Uhrbom Fredrik SWE 14:08.14
    8 9760 Rfenacht Rolf SUI 14:09.30
    9 9788 Web Alan USA 14:15.49
    10 136 Leysen Erwin ZWAT 14:21.32
    11 2356 Aernouts Bart OLSE 14:21.58
    12 9761 Ryffel Christoff SUI 14:27.05
    13 1444 Roels Jonas LAT 14:35.82
    14 9772 Toepfer Jannis GER 14:43.91
    15 9754 Reinwand Sebastian GER 14:45.41
    16 393 Willems Bjorn ZWAT 14:45.71
    998 De Hondt Kjell RAM DNF
    9767 Steinhmmmer Christian AUT DNS
    2162 Van Steen Maarten DCLA DNF
    9803 Kiprotich Stephen KEN DNF
    9710 Hahn Alexander GER DNF
    9674 Caranton Laurent FRA DNS
    979 Torfs Sanne DUFF DNF

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    • #3
      Re: Webb wins one

      Nice solo PR run for Vail.
      https://twitter.com/walnuthillstrak

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      • #4
        Re: Webb wins one

        From the same meet:

        Ryan Shields -- 20.86 (1st)/10.21 (2nd).
        Mary Wineberg -52.93 (1st)/24.40 (5th).
        Kenia Sinclair -- 2:01.80 (1st)
        Simone Facey -- 23.38 (1st)/11.48 (2nd).

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        • #5
          Re: Webb wins one

          Originally posted by guru
          Nice solo PR run for Vail.
          1 9776 Vail Ryan USA 13:32.10

          I think that's a five-second PR for Vail, improving on his 13:37.02 Oklahoma State school record at the 2009 Payton Jordan meet.

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          • #6
            Re: Webb wins one

            Well, if Salazar said he did not even run a sub 30 second 200 for 15 months until a month ago or so, to the 1:52 800 several week ago and then on to the results today, it appears Alan Webb is well on his way to getting back to being world class.

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            • #7
              Re: Webb wins one

              Originally posted by odelltrclan
              Well, if Salazar said he did not even run a sub 30 second 200 for 15 months until a month ago or so, to the 1:52 800 several week ago and then on to the results today, it appears Alan Webb is well on his way to getting back to being world class.
              I think the lesson is that any stretch to make a determination on the guy's future based on the last few weeks is foolhardy. 1:52 is not abysmal any more than 3:41/14:1x is extremely promising. It's a good sign, to be sure, but let's just let the guy get the feeling back this year.

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              • #8
                Re: Webb wins one

                Vail's 13;37 was not a school record as he finished behind a teammate in the '09 Jordan meet.

                4.....German Fernandez......5000 meters (sec. 2)................................. 13:31.78R
                6.....Ryan Vail.......................5000 meters (sec. 2)................................. 13:37.02R

                Originally posted by ExCoastRanger
                Originally posted by guru
                Nice solo PR run for Vail.
                1 9776 Vail Ryan USA 13:32.10

                I think that's a five-second PR for Vail, improving on his 13:37.02 Oklahoma State school record at the 2009 Payton Jordan meet.

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                • #9
                  Re: Webb wins one

                  Thanks ed. My info came from the Oklahoma State website:

                  "Ran the 5,000 meters in 13:37.02 at the Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational in Palo Alto, Calif., to break the existing school record of 13:37.36 ... "

                  Of course, that can't be right if Fernandez crossed the line first to set the new record.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Webb wins one

                    Originally posted by ExCoastRanger
                    Of course, that can't be right if Fernandez crossed the line first to set the new record.

                    Sure it can. Vail broke the existing record(before the race), but didn't set the new record.
                    https://twitter.com/walnuthillstrak

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                    • #11
                      Re: Webb wins one

                      Originally posted by guru
                      Originally posted by ExCoastRanger
                      Of course, that can't be right if Fernandez crossed the line first to set the new record.

                      Sure it can. Vail broke the existing record(before the race), but didn't set the new record.
                      You could argue that the existing record when Vail crossed the line belonged to Fernandez . . .

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                      • #12
                        Re: Webb wins one

                        Originally posted by bad hammyl
                        You could argue that the existing record when Vail crossed the line belonged to Fernandez . . .
                        That's how I would look at it.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Webb wins one

                          Originally posted by ExCoastRanger
                          Originally posted by bad hammyl
                          You could argue that the existing record when Vail crossed the line belonged to Fernandez . . .
                          That's how I would look at it.
                          It would not be the case, as the results were not yet official and Fernandez could have been DQ'd for some violation of the rules.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Webb wins one

                            Originally posted by KevinM
                            Originally posted by odelltrclan
                            Well, if Salazar said he did not even run a sub 30 second 200 for 15 months until a month ago or so, to the 1:52 800 several week ago and then on to the results today, it appears Alan Webb is well on his way to getting back to being world class.
                            I think the lesson is that any stretch to make a determination on the guy's future based on the last few weeks is foolhardy. 1:52 is not abysmal any more than 3:41/14:1x is extremely promising. It's a good sign, to be sure, but let's just let the guy get the feeling back this year.
                            Predictions aside, why would he run two races in a day at this stage? This seems like a pretty hard work out at this stage of recovery.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Webb wins one

                              Originally posted by MJR
                              Originally posted by ExCoastRanger
                              Originally posted by bad hammyl
                              You could argue that the existing record when Vail crossed the line belonged to Fernandez . . .
                              That's how I would look at it.
                              It would not be the case, as the results were not yet official and Fernandez could have been DQ'd for some violation of the rules.
                              Which makes me wonder. At the NCAA Indoor about twenty years ago, two USC women TJers, whose names I cannot remember at the moment (Brown and ???), took turns setting new NCAA (and maybe American) records. We went through the entire steel tape, witness rigamarole at least three times. They finished 1st and 2nd. Did not the 2nd place finisher hold the record for a few minutes?

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