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  • #16
    Re: American Record Steeplechase

    >Was that a religious thing with
    >him ? Memory serves that he's a devout Mormon.

    I think the 6 day thing was more by design rather than religious conviction. I've seen him train on Sunday, and I've seen this "devout" Mormon drinking coffee.

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    • #17
      Re: American Record Steeplechase

      'but I seem to remember that his mile PR was about 3:59.0 or so'

      I was at the all-comers race in Eugene back around 1980 when Marsh ran his PR. I can't remember what place he was, but there were 4 or 5 right at 4:00. And for all their trouble they got a ribbon for the top three. Oh, those were the days!

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      • #18
        Re: American Record Steeplechase

        Connor. That would be any easy question to answer for yourself.

        http://www.tilastopaja.com/db/atm.asp?ID=16792

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        • #19
          Re: American Record Steeplechase

          Thanks Malmo, it wasn't his all time PR but it was his PR up to that point at that All-Comers meet.

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          • #20
            Re: American Record Steeplechase

            My guess would be Dinwoody ran 4:05 at that all comers race.

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            • #21
              Re: American Record Steeplechase

              By 1964 Parry O'Brien had made his 4th Oly team.

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