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  • #16
    Re: Who wins the VO2max Race?

    I hadn't read your post.
    I didn't realise that you had posted a link to the calculation of VO2 max.
    Sorry for the COINCEDENCE!

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    • #17
      Re: Who wins the VO2max Race?

      >let me guess: you were a biomechanics RA who >raced in the Olympic Trials and has written a >book on racewalking?

      >If you are who I think you are, we met in >Honolulu as part of the JIM program.

      Sorry. You are thinking of Mark; not me.

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      • #18
        Re: Who wins the VO2max Race?

        You are correct. So few people worked at the USOC (as I did) who would take on the name racewalker.

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        • #19
          Re: Who wins the VO2max Race?

          If Carpenter could have ran a fast(time), flat marathon he would have by now!

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          • #20
            Re: Who wins the VO2max Race?

            >If Carpenter could have ran a fast(time), flat
            >marathon he would have by now!

            Which brings up the question of whether or not he has every run a "standard" marathon. Anyone know?

            I believe that he also recently won the Pikes Peak Marathon again.

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