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  • #16
    Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

    Look Out!


    Len Paddock Invitational
    Friday, May 7, 2004
    Ferry Field, Ann Arbor, Mich.
    Complete Results
    Men 1500 Meter Run
    ================================================== ==============
    Name Year School Finals
    ================================================== ==============
    1 McMullen, Paul Coast Guard 3:40.47
    2 Myers, Rob Ohio State 3:41.13
    3 Woolhouse, Jason Oklahoma State 3:44.42
    4 Ruff, Rondell Michigan 3:45.35
    5 Weeden, Ray U-Ohio State 3:45.55

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    • #17
      Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

      Die Walküre

      http://www.uvm.edu/~chmartin/TheRideOfTheValkyries.mp3

      Note: wait for a minute and let the mp3 load.

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      • #18
        Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

        >Die Walküre
        Excellent! I can imagine a slow motion video of McMullen running, dressed up in Wagnerian opera garb. (I cranked up the volume on this and my dog is still howling!)

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        • #19
          Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

          Faster than Lassiter did yesterday.
          why don't people pronounce vowels anymore

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          • #20
            Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

            well, its early yet,paul has two months to go,so i can easily see him run 3:33 by july.
            mcmullen also has 1:45 speed,maybee faster in 800.
            only time will tell.

            his 3:40 was run in cold,wind not good conditions.

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            • #21
              Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

              >Die Walküre

              malmo, I'm surprised. I always thought you and umlauts didn't get along.



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              • #22
                Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

                McMullen is a hold over from the last generation of competitive US milers. He bridges the generation of US milers from Steve Holman to Alan Webb. Only McMullen and Pyrah are left from the last generation of US milers. I thought Pyrah making the Olympic finals in 2000 was the swan song of that generation of US milers. Apparently, McMullen is determined to show the new generation he is still ready to compete.

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                • #23
                  Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

                  >SIEG SEZ: malmo, I'm surprised. I always thought you and umlauts didn't get along.

                  Umlauts are German. The Swedes don't have a name for those diacritical "two funny dots".

                  "malmo" (always lowercase) is 'Murican.

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                  • #24
                    Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

                    Since the Swedes don't have a name for the dots and his last name is Lindstrom he can probably call them umlauts if he wants, that's easier than two funny dots with no name.

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                    • #25
                      Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

                      I'll be gad dern! Why duddunt I done thunk of dat? Sheeeeeet. Why duddunt he jest callz um cedillas? Nobuddy a notice cept wun uh dem dere city slickers. After all, heez uh fried bread eatin Swedish feller ain't he?

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                      • #26
                        Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

                        >>McMullen and Pyrah are left from the last generation of US milers.

                        Don:t forget Sorensen, who is mentioned in this thread. Three weeks of training (after missing 12-consecutive) have produced: 3.52-3.49-1.51 times...laugh if you want -- they are not spectacular times. However, with 18 days of running, he is definitely on track to make it back to USATF. He ran 3.42,6 as a 36-year-old last summer in winning one of the CanAm meetings. Ran 2nd at the 1996 OT behind McMullen, and has 3.38,65-1.47,24 PRs.

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                        • #27
                          Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

                          >Since the Swedes don't have a name for the dots and his last name is Lindstrom
                          >he can probably call them umlauts if he wants, that's easier than two funny
                          >dots with no name.


                          Swedish translation: omljud

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                          • #28
                            Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

                            EPELLE SEZ: Swedish translation: omljud

                            However, the "funny dots" themselves aren't omljud, correct?

                            http://www.websters-dictionary-online.o ... mlaut.html

                            "In Finnish and North Germanic languages (i.e., Danish, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish) characters (ü, ä, ö, and å) looking similar to German umlauts are in fact considered letters in their own right, despite their representing sounds similar to the corresponding sounds in German. As it is not a case of marking grammatical variation, i.e., of tempus or modus, nor of syllable modification, it is in fact neither a case of umlaut nor of diacritical marking. Hence it ought to be improper to call these characters umlauts; however, there is no more precise descriptor in English."

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                            • #29
                              Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

                              Översättning av: umlaut

                              Engelskt uppslagsord: umlaut

                              Svensk översättning: omljud; tecken för omljud {språkvetenskapligt (substantiv).

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                              • #30
                                Re: PAUL MCMULLEN QUIETLY MOVING TOWARDS OLYMPIC TRIALS

                                Since we're speaking English, a more precise descriptor, I would suggest, is "diaeresis," even though that's a purely diacritical term for the 2-dot phenomenon as we use it to break syllables. (And the French would say "trema")

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