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  • Results from 1981 in San Diego

    Hi,

    I'm looking for full results for the men's mile at the Jack-in-the-box meet in San Diego Feb 20 1981.

    Thanks

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    Coghlan 3:50.6 [3:35.6 at 1500m] [59.6/57.1/59.1/54.8]
    Scott 3:51.8 [3:36.0] [58.6/58.0/58.8/56.4]
    Walker 3:52.8 [60.0/57.5/58.1/57.2]
    Flynn 3:53.6 [59.3/57.5/59.6/57.2]
    Hudak 3:59.7
    Bayi 4:01.0

    Phil Kane - dnf [56.3/59.2]

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    • #3
      Thanks Richard

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      • #4
        Looks like they didn't go with the rabbit!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler
          Looks like they didn't go with the rabbit!
          I wonder what Phil's order was? :shock:

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          • #6
            There were some fine distance times/races in that San Diego meet...I attended in 1976 and 77. The track with it's unique bank design was fast for the longer races.

            Most amazing to me was the 2-mile in 1977 when marathoner Frank Shorter blazed the final 880 in 1:57.2 to outkick Rod Dixon! Winning time: 8:27.2 as I recall.

            BTW has any other world class marathoner had more speed than Frank.

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            • #7
              depends on where the line is for 'world class' - Paul Cummings @ 2:11.xx and 48.x - 1:49 - 3:56 might fit

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              • #8
                Originally posted by lovetorun
                There were some fine distance times/races in that San Diego meet...I attended in 1976 and 77. The track with it's unique bank design was fast for the longer races.

                Most amazing to me was the 2-mile in 1977 when marathoner Frank Shorter blazed the final 880 in 1:57.2 to outkick Rod Dixon! Winning time: 8:27.2 as I recall.

                BTW has any other world class marathoner had more speed than Frank.
                Rod Dixon would be one!

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                • #9
                  Gebrselassie - 3:33 etc

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                  • #10
                    3:31.76i for Geb. And Dixon, himself a NYCM winner, had better speed than Shorter (1972 Bronze over 1500m, 3:33.89 best).

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by KevinM
                      3:31.76i for Geb. And Dixon, himself a NYCM winner, had better speed than Shorter (1972 Bronze over 1500m, 3:33.89 best).
                      I agree, but not that night in San Diego!

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                      • #12
                        I ran at that meet in 1980 in the Co-ed relay. We placed 2nd by a whisker.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Big Daddy
                          I ran at that meet in 1980 in the Co-ed relay. We placed 2nd by a whisker.
                          Hopefully one of the guys was anchoring.

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