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  • #16
    Re: World Relays- Men's 4x800

    Wow, Jordy Williamsz with a 1:46.3. It should be interesting to see what he'll be able to do in the 4x1500. Nevertheless, it looks like he's in pretty good shape.

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    • #17
      Re: World Relays- Men's 4x800

      Originally posted by gktrack
      Originally posted by DCSIGMA
      the first leg for the USA was horrid
      2nd and 3rd weren't much better... Solomon did all he could it appears:
      If I'm interpreting these correctly:
      Rutt: 1:48.6, Andrews: 1:47.2, Johnson: 1:48.1 and Solomon: 1:45.2
      As my boss used to say "what am I wood?" :lol:

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      • #18
        Re: World Relays- Men's 4x800

        Race Video

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmDdcIPqfL0

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        • #19
          Re: World Relays- Men's 4x800

          Originally posted by Tuariki
          Originally posted by norunner
          Didn't someone predict a 6:59 WR for that race? Can't trust anyone these days...
          Must have been a typo - you just can't trust a keyboard these days
          Did better on the w4x1500 with my predicted 16:34. Had better control of the keyboard

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          • #20
            Re: World Relays- Men's 4x800

            did brandon really go 49x and 58? a 52 and a 55 wins the race.

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            • #21
              Re: World Relays- Men's 4x800

              Originally posted by gibson
              did brandon really go 49x and 58? a 52 and a 55 wins the race.
              Yes, according to the IAAF published splits. However, his Kenyan counterpart ran similar splits (50.0-57.9), so both were equally poor in pacing. btw, his Kenyan counterpart (Job Koech) had a slightly faster PR (1:43.76 vs 1:43.84) than Brandon.

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              • #22
                Re: World Relays- Men's 4x800

                The Kenyans should have run MUCH faster than this. The last two runners really died on the 2nd lap. I don't know about 6:59, but they had a great shot at the WR had they not run like idiots.
                Cheers,
                Alan Shank
                Woodland, CA

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                • #23
                  Re: World Relays- Men's 4x800

                  Originally posted by Alan Shank
                  The Kenyans should have run MUCH faster than this. The last two runners really died on the 2nd lap. I don't know about 6:59, but they had a great shot at the WR had they not run like idiots.
                  Cheers,
                  Alan Shank
                  Woodland, CA
                  Yes, and likewise the USA...why are guys like Rutt and Johnson running over 1:48?

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