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  • Olympic Qualifying Standards

    Generally speaking, it seems to be that if you place standards of membership at its highest level, candidates will do what is neccessary to become members. The qualifying times to compete in the US Olympic Trials seem to be stretching it just a bit. EX. What is a talented 10.20 sprinter supposed to do when (natural) does not cut it and he is eliminated in the first round of the trials? It is scary to think that sacrafices (performance aid) would have to be made in order to run 10.20 (prelim) then 10.0(semi) and then most likely 9.9something(final) and even then he may not make the team!! Even A students have to score high on the SAT or GRE to reach their higher goals and even then..............they use study aids in most instances!!! Some things are not meant to be!!!!!

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    Re: Olympic Qualifying Standards

    and your point was . . .?

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      Track is a cruel sport.

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        Re: Olympic Qualifying Standards

        How many A standards at 5k do you think exist in Kenya?

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