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  • Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

    much more seville info in the seville thread but as is customary a webb thread must be started if at all possible =P

    congratulations 'allan'


    POS DORSAL NOMBRE NAC PAIS C RESULTADO
    1 308 ALLAN WEBB 83 USA 6 1:46.53
    2 46 MIGUEL QUESADA 79 ESP 4 1:47.01
    3 43 J.D.D. JURADO 81 ESP 7 1:48.18
    4 30 SALVADOR CRESPO 83 ESP 1 1:48.38 MMP
    5 48 EUGENIO BARRIOS 76 ESP 5 1:48.98
    6 47 J.C. ESTESO 76 ESP 3 1:49.08
    7 45 DANIEL RUIZ 81 ESP 2 1:49.85
    8 170 F. TUGORES 84 ESP 1 1:50.36 MMP
    9 31 JUAN JOSE TROYA 84 ESP 5 1:50.65
    10 33 C. TORRES 85 ESP 7 1:52.75
    11 32 L.M. GUTIERREZ 85 ESP 3 1:53.13
    12 34 GUILLERMO CANO 85 ESP 8 1:55.18
    169 EDGAR RIVERA COL 8 a

  • #2
    Re: Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

    but of course

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    • #3
      Re: Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

      Superb result. I'll go rummage through the closet to find a couple more hats to eat.

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      • #4
        Re: Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

        >Superb result. I'll go rummage through the closet to find a couple more hats
        >to eat.

        Time to go looking for some more old threads:-)?

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        • #5
          Re: Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

          Finding juicy old Webb threads is as easy as finding leaves on the ground in November!

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          • #6
            Re: Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

            FYI:

            The first day of 1983, the year of Alan Webb:s birth, ARPANET officially changes to use the Internet Protocol, creating the internet. No wonder Alan Webb is one of the most-discussed persons in American athletics (track & field)!

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            • #7
              Re: Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

              Wow! again. And again faster than I thought he would go. I was thinking low 1:47. He's really on a roll. Pre should be fun. Running like Scott.

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              • #8
                Re: Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

                >FYI:

                The first day of 1983, the year of Alan Webb:s birth, ARPANET
                >officially changes to use the Internet Protocol, creating the internet.>>

                Is the next step the activation of Skynet, which will give rise to the Terminator?

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                • #9
                  Re: Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

                  Skynet?! What the hell are you?! You ruled when you made that Terminator reference! You remember the part in the dream when the atomic bomb went off and that ladys skin melted off and she disintegrated? That was fun!!

                  >: -D

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                  • #10
                    Re: Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

                    We need to find out where Cyberdyne Systems is located.

                    (Although I felt the first Terminator film was the best written of the three, the comments so far seem focused on T-2)

                    Back to track, I've always felt Webb had the potential to run sub 1:45 at some point. I think he can hit 1:45+ this season. He does have good speed, look at his relay splits in HS - heck - he ran 49 out of the blocks in the 10th grade, not bad for a guy who never trains for the distance.

                    This can only help his further development in the 1500. Now, if others can follow suit...

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                    • #11
                      Re: Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

                      He ran 47.4 as a pr in anchor of a winning 4x4 at state champs 2001.......but i think he won the slow heat in the state champs, haha

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                      • #12
                        Re: Webb 800m in Seville : 1:46.53 PR

                        This Webb dude might actually be quite promising. So when will the morons who pass for "sports reporters" start talking him up as the "next Steve Scott" and demanding that he win every race in sight?

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