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  • Powell
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    You're right, it was actually Antonio Jimenez.

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  • bf
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    Yeah, the older guys' birthdates are reliable, probably. It's more the 15-18y-olds you wonder about. But I do wonder if the age 35 mark is right - I saw it listed, but also saw it on Athletics Annual list as Antonio Jimenez, born /77. If that's correct, age-35 record would be Ellarbi Khattabi's 8:20.6l('02 Monaco)??

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  • Class Clown
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    Actually, a few years back James Munyala actually set a World Junior Record and a World Masters Record in the same race!

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  • Powell
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    >Q: what are
    >the age 33,34,35 records, in this most grueling >
    >of events?

    Age 33: Patrick Sang 8:03.41
    Age 34: Patrick Sang 8:08.01
    Age 35: Anacleto Jimenez 8:17.77

    >if birthdates are to
    >be believed. Which we'll never know for sure?..)

    So now you're accusing Kenyan runners of being OLDER than they claim ? That's a new one for me :-)

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  • bf
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    Simon Vroemen /Steeple. He didn't get world age record, though. Q: what are the age 33,34,35 records, in this most grueling of events?(if birthdates are to be believed. Which we'll never know for sure?..)

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  • satch400
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    Dutch treat/ who be me

    I will turn 35 next month ,co-hold Euro record and ran my second best time last year . My name and best event is?
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