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  • •2015 USATF m800: Nick Symmonds 1:44.53

    1. Boris Berian (Big Bear TC) nr
    3. Erik Sowinski (Nike) 2
    3. Duane Solomon (Saucony) 1
    4. Casimir Loxsom (Brooks B) 5
    5. Charles Jock (Nike Oregon TC) 9
    6. Brandon Johnson (Nike) (3)
    7. Brannon Kidder (Penn State) nr
    8. Mark Wieczorek (Brooks B) (10)
    9. Nick Symmonds (Brooks) (1)
    10. Harun Abda (Nike Oregon TC) 4
    Last edited by gh; 06-28-2015, 09:02 PM.

  • #2
    Event 8 Men 800 Meter Run SR
    ================================================== =============================
    Thursday 6/25/2015 - 4:00 PM
    Top 3 + next 4 fastest to semis
    Semis: Top 4 each semi to final
    World: 1:40.91 8/24/2012 David Rudisha, KEN
    American: 1:42.60 8/28/1985 Johnny Gray, Santa Monica TC
    Meet: 1:42.80 1992 Johnny Gray, Santa Monica TC
    Name Year Team relim Time
    ================================================== =============================
    Heat 1 Prelims
    1 Duane Solomon Jr Saucony
    2 Nick Hartle U C L A
    3 Casimir Loxsom Brooks
    4 Ryan Manahan Georgetown
    5 Mark Wieczorek Brooks
    6 Jesse Jorgensen Unattached
    7 Brandon Lasater Georgia Tech
    8 Jesse Garn Binghamton
    Heat 2 Prelims
    1 Brandon Johnson Nike
    2 Erik Sowinski Nike
    3 Harun Abda Nike / Nike Otce
    4 Drew Windle Ashland
    5 Joe McAsey Illinois
    6 Dylan Capwell Monmouth
    7 Richard Jones Unattached
    8 Boris Berian Big Bear TC
    Heat 3 Prelims
    1 Michael Rutt Hoka / N J N Y
    2 Joseph White Georgetown
    3 Nicholas Symmonds Brooks Beasts
    4 Charles Jock Nike Otce
    5 Goaner Deng Minnesota
    6 Shaquille Walker B Y U
    7 William Ledder Georgetown
    8 Clayton Murphy Akron
    Heat 4 Prelims
    1 Brannon Kidder Penn St.
    2 Craig Engels Ole Miss
    3 Holland Sherrer Ole Miss
    4 Julian Parker L S U
    5 Christopher Low Long Beach St
    6 Brandon Hazouri Samford
    7 Ryan Martin Asics
    8 Joe Abbott Unattached

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    • #3
      I see Symmonds as 9th. What odds will I get to bet on him to place?!

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      • #4
        I see 13-14 men who could be top-3 and none I'd bet on to win without decent odds.

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        • #5
          Brandon Johnson didn't have it at all. He'll always have World Relays though.

          Really surprised Robby Andrews gave up on the 800 and went for the 15.

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          • #6
            Symmonds ran well; Jock not so much.

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            • #7
              Jock is a shock. He'd run 1:45.xx for a win. Ran 1:14 600 at Portland. Then crater.

              2-3 from NCAA (Kidder, Murphy) win their heats.
              Last edited by player; 06-25-2015, 11:22 PM.

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              • #8
                Symmonds made it exciting, going from last to almost first.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by player View Post
                  Jock is a shock. He'd run 1:45.xx for a win. Ran 1:14 600 at Portland. Then crater.

                  2-3 from NCAA (Kidder, Murphy) win their heats.
                  Jock seemed lost in that race. He used to lead but he hung around and when Symmonds went I expected him to go but he had nothing.

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                  • #10
                    Place Name Affiliation Time Heat (Pl)
                    1 Clayton Murphy Akron 1:46.35 Q 3 (1)
                    2 Nicholas Symmonds BROOKS Beasts 1:46.37 Q 3 (2)
                    3 Shaquille Walker B Y U 1:46.51 Q 3 (3)
                    4 Michael Rutt Hoka / N J N Y 1:46.57 q 3 (4)
                    5 Duane Solomon Jr Saucony 1:47.39 Q 1 (1)
                    6 Mark Wieczorek Brooks 1:47.72 Q 1 (2)
                    7 Casimir Loxsom Brooks 1:47.76 Q 1 (3)
                    8 Erik Sowinski Nike 1:47.80 (1:47.792) Q 2 (1)
                    9 Brannon Kidder Penn St. 1:47.80 (1:47.795) Q 4 (1)
                    10 Joe Abbott Unattached 1:48.04 (1:48.034) Q 4 (2)
                    11 Christopher Low Long Beach St 1:48.04 (1:48.039) Q 4 (3)
                    12 Ryan Martin ASICS 1:48.14 q 4 (4)
                    13 Jesse Jorgensen Unattached 1:48.18 q 1 (4)
                    14 Julian Parker L S U 1:48.20 q 4 (5)
                    15 Boris Berian Big Bear TC 1:48.47 Q 2 (2)
                    16 Craig Engels Ole Miss 1:48.56 4 (6)
                    17 Jesse Garn Binghamton 1:48.59 1 (5)
                    18 Goaner Deng Minnesota 1:48.62 3 (5)
                    19 Harun Abda Nike / Nike OTCE 1:48.66 Q 2 (3)
                    20 Holland Sherrer Ole Miss 1:48.83 4 (7)
                    21 Nick Hartle U C L A 1:48.84 1 (6)
                    22 Dylan Capwell Monmouth 1:49.43 2 (4)
                    23 Ryan Manahan Georgetown 1:49.54 1 (7)
                    24 Joe McAsey Illinois 1:49.92 2 (5)
                    25 Richard Jones Unattached 1:50.06 2 (6)
                    26 Brandon Lasater Georgia Tech 1:50.32 1 (8)
                    27 Joseph White Georgetown 1:50.53 (1:50.522) 3 (6)
                    28 Drew Windle Ashland 1:50.53 (1:50.526) 2 (7)
                    29 Charles Jock NIKE OTCE 1:51.17 3 (7)
                    30 Brandon Johnson Nike 1:51.24 2 (8)
                    31 William Ledder Georgetown 1:53.19 3 (8)
                    32 Brandon Hazouri Samford 1:53.88 4 (8)

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by player View Post
                      2-3 from NCAA (Kidder, Murphy) win their heats.
                      Couple of Ohio hs kids.

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                      • #12
                        Jock is very fit right now, but he tweaked his hamstring in practice last week. He had his hamstring wrapped, and it was obvious that he was not at 100%. But you won't hear Jock make any excuses because that is the kind of stand up guy that he is.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by TWalsh View Post
                          Jock is very fit right now, but he tweaked his hamstring in practice last week. He had his hamstring wrapped, and it was obvious that he was not at 100%. But you won't hear Jock make any excuses because that is the kind of stand up guy that he is.
                          Actually he did mention it on his twitter after the race. With everything going on, I didn't notice until then.

                          And while the strain may have manifested itself in practice, I have a feeling that it may well trace to the 600 at Portland on June 14. Always a danger of blowing out an under-distance effort before the goal race.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by TWalsh View Post
                            Jock is very fit right now, but he tweaked his hamstring in practice last week. He had his hamstring wrapped, and it was obvious that he was not at 100%. But you won't hear Jock make any excuses because that is the kind of stand up guy that he is.
                            That explains it. Too bad as it looked like he was ready for a good year. thanks for the info.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by booond View Post
                              I see 13-14 men who could be top-3 and none I'd bet on to win without decent odds.
                              It will depend in the draw for the semis. Both semis will be the last events on the nbcsn telecast tonight.

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