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  • Runyan sub-15

    from the IAAF (!) site:

    Boston High Performance Meet last night

    Invitational Women's 5000m
    1. Marla Runyan, Nike, 14:59.20 PB
    2. Amy Rudolph, adidas, 15:00.03
    3. Shalane Flanagan, Unatt., 15:05.08
    4. Marie Davenport, New Balance (IRL), 15:09.07 PB

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    http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/tfn/di ... hread=5045

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    • #3
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      my bad - wondered how it was overlooked

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      • #4
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        Runyan now 5, Flanagan 9 on a-t us list?

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        • #5
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          >my bad - wondered how it was overlooked


          Don't be so eager to cut and paste from other sites.

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          • #6
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            :-) excellent!

            How else do you propose we get our info? Clairvoyance?

            [edit: sorry, MJD - I couldn't help myself]

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            • #7
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              Don't be so eager to cut and
              >paste from other sites.

              Maybe TFN should impose penalties, for such breaches of conduct. When I ran track in high school, Coach Blackerby (also a football coach) would make us run extra laps for punishment when we got into trouble. There was also "the hill" which was used for serious offenses. All of this is pretty comical by today's training standards.

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              • #8
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                >Don't be so eager to cut and
                >paste from other sites.

                Maybe TFN should
                >impose penalties, for such breaches of conduct. When I ran track in high
                >school, Coach Blackerby (also a football coach) would make us run extra laps
                >for punishment when we got into trouble. There was also "the hill" which was
                >used for serious offenses. All of this is pretty comical by today's training
                >standards.


                Are you sure you're not misremembering after all these years? wasnt it.. COACH BARNET??

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                • #9
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                  I think that's about 6 5k girls with the standard. I think some of them better get a 1ok as well. Or perhaps in a couple of cases a 1500,now that you-know-who, is out of the picture.

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                  • #10
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                    It would be easier to avoid repeat discussions on tis board if a search function was provided that allow searching for any posts or threads within a specific time frame that contained key words or posts by specific user names.

                    Not to dis the board, but there are some fantastic message board softwares out there these days...

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                    • #11
                      Re: Runyan sub-15

                      >It would be easier to avoid repeat discussions on tis board if a search
                      >function was provided that allow searching for any posts or threads within a
                      >specific time frame that contained key words or posts by specific user
                      >names.

                      whats the problem with the seach function we have? is it that it only does one forum at a time?

                      (advanced search does dates anyway)

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