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  • ¶2016 OT m800: Clayton Murphy 1:44.76

    T&FN formchart

    1. Boris Berian (New Balance)¶ 1
    2. Donavan Brazier (Texas A&M)¶ nr
    3. Clayton Murphy (Akron)¶ 5
    4. Duane Solomon (Saucony)¶ (1)
    5. Nick Symmonds (Brooks)¶ 2 (Symmonds has scratched)
    6. Erik Sowinski (Nike)¶ 3
    7. Shaquille Walker (BYU)¶ 9
    8. Isaiah Harris (Penn State)¶ nr
    9. Casimir Loxsom (Brooks)¶ 4
    10. Brannon Kidder (Penn State)¶ nr
    Last edited by dj; 07-05-2016, 12:58 AM.

  • #2
    Nick has withdrawn.
    (source: flotrack)

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    • #3
      Originally posted by BCBaroo View Post
      Nick has withdrawn.
      (source: flotrack)
      Ironic that flotrack who just got the boot would announce Symmonds withdrawal.
      Last edited by cubehead; 06-30-2016, 09:02 PM.

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      • #4
        Ranked by fastest time in 2016:

        1. Brazier
        2. Berian
        3. Walker
        4. Solomon
        5. Drew Windle (Brooks)(not on chart)
        6. Harris

        Windle a 6-time DII champ now a year out of college. Ran his fast time winning the Portland Invite just a few weeks ago. I think he has a legit chance for top 5 in this field. Will need some breaks for top 3.

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        • #5
          HEAT 1
          LN/POS ATHLETE
          1 Charles Jock
          Nike OTC
          2 Holland Sherrer
          Ole Miss
          3 Nick Symmonds
          Brooks / BROOKS Beasts TC
          4 Christian Harrison
          Georgia
          5 Jesse Garn
          Binghamton
          6 Joseph White
          Georgetown
          7 Drew Windle
          Brooks / BROOKS Beasts TC
          8 Duane Solomon
          Saucony

          HEAT 2
          LN/POS ATHLETE
          1 Jesse Jorgensen
          Unattached
          2 Boris Berian
          Unattached
          3 Mark Wieczorek
          Unattached
          4 Brannon Kidder
          Brooks
          5 Erik Sowinski
          Nike
          6 Abraham Alvarado
          Cal St. Stanislaus
          7 Edose Ibadin
          Unattached
          8 Nick Hartle
          Unattached

          HEAT 3
          LN/POS ATHLETE
          1 James Gilreath
          Team Green Running
          2 Ryan Martin
          ASICS
          3 Shaquille Walker
          Brooks
          4 Craig Engels
          Ole Miss
          5 Isaiah Harris
          Penn St.
          6 Casimir Loxsom
          Brooks / BROOKS Beasts TC
          7 Christian Sanders
          La Salle
          8 Chris Low
          Unattached

          HEAT 4
          LN/POS ATHLETE
          1 Julian Parker
          Louisiana Athletics Program
          2 Harun Abda
          Nike OTC / NIKE OTCE
          3 Donavan Brazier
          Unattached
          4 Goaner Deng
          Minnesota
          5 Brandon Johnson
          Nike
          6 Dusty Solis
          Unattached
          7 Clayton Murphy
          Unattached
          8 Michael Rutt
          Hoka One One / New Jersey New

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          • #6
            gh could you add the advancement info to your threads?
            Thanks
            M800m
            Pick 3 fast 5
            Tom Hyland:
            "squack and wineturtle get it"

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            • #7
              What poor tactics by, it appeared to be, first Jock then Solomon giving up the inside lane.

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              • #8
                Windle put himself in a bad spot but he had the speed to get it done. DS on the bubble.

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                • #9
                  Solomon has really been running very poorly since the usatf final last year

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by player View Post
                    Windle put himself in a bad spot but he had the speed to get it done. DS on the bubble.
                    and Solomon running wide opening up the door for Windle to do it in lane 1.

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                    • #11
                      Berian 14602 heat which means Solomon probably won't make if one more person betters 14871

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by cladthin View Post
                        and Solomon running wide opening up the door for Windle to do it in lane 1.
                        Yes, Windle was fortunate.

                        Solomon is probably gone.

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                        • #13
                          Soloman is an idiot, he lets a runner pass him by moving off the rail and misses qualifying (most likely, fourth fastest non-Q so none of the others in two more heats can beat him) by less than 0.01.

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                          • #14
                            Looks like Solomon will be gone

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ATK View Post
                              Looks like Solomon will be gone
                              now officially too

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