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    Gabe started going down hill after he did not make the Olympic finals in 2000. Since Pyrah made the finals he completely overshadowed Gabe.

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    forget it they are both sorry losers

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    I agree. Why can't this just be viewed as normal fan interest in the top dogs in the event we csre about? It seems like just mentioning the name Webb is enough to bring the wrath down of half the participants on these boards. Admittedly much of the ground covered is repetitive of previous boards; but hey, we don't all read these threads every day (though some of the critics apparently do . . .) Maybe we write about Webb because there's not that much more of interest in the USA distance running scene? And we don't care about the javelin, shot put, and bulked-up sprinters (damn that Regina)?

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    >Just curious who found this old thread from April, and is forcing me to read
    >this crap again?

    FORCING YOU to read it ??? What do you mean ?
    I'm tired of Gabe and Webb discussions myself, but when I don't want to read them, I don't - the title of this thread is clear enough...

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    I would actually put his body fat composition at 6.58 percent, with Gabe's at 5.32 percent. I think that 4.66 percent is probably optimal, and if they can both get down to that, they should have no problem winning the gold and silver medals in Athens.

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    Looking at Webb's body composition , it appears he is at 7-8% body fat. Using the "Pose Running Method" , by doing his daily runs in racing flats and decreasing his body fat to 3-4% , he will be in optimized form for our olympic trials.

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    Put this horse manure on its own board. Thus, we'd have the following to choose from: "Current Events," "Historical," "The THG Crisis," and "Pointless Blathering by Hopelessly Fixated Idiots."

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    I think T&FN should add a no more gabe or webb rule to the newcomers guidelines...

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    Just curious who found this old thread from April, and is forcing me to read this crap again?

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    Re: Robison fastest (but best?)

    Who the hell is Bionic Big Foot.

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    >No way man. Nobody can beat Gabe and Webb.

    Nobody except Jon Gill.

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    What a "joy" and a "delight" it is to see these "neglected" subjects (Messrs. Gabe and Webb, or, for short "Wabe" ["Gebb" confuses us with that lesser talent]) getting the blather-time they so "richly" deserve. JUST SAY NO NO NO NO and NO again! Who can drive a stake through the heart of this beast?

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    No way man. Nobody can beat Gabe and Webb.

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    Grant Robison already has the new "A" standard. He ran a 3:35.70 1500 in Beligum this summer. Lunn and Berryhill are very close to the new "A" standard. If they don't the new standard Robison is the king of the US mile.

    I agree that Krummenacker will run the 800meters. Considering he is world indoor champ at 800 meters it makes sense for him to run the 800 at the trials. Still it is sad to see that 3:31 speed go to waste.

    I am not saying Robison is neccesarily the best US 1500 meter runner, but he is the fastest. There is a difference. It is not going to be easy beating Lunn in a slow tactical race at the trials. Remember, what happened to Krummenacker when he raced against Lunn this summer.

    Krummenacker and Robison where the only US 3:35 1500 meters runners this year.

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    I think so, too. And the Bionic Bigfoot will win bronze.

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