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Delta Timing Group
Georgia Tech Invitational - 5/12/2006 to 5/13/2006
Event 30 Men 800 Meter Run
NCAA REGION: R 1:50.40
TRACK RECORD: # 1:45.78 1999 Bryan Woodward, Reebok Enclave
Name Year School Finals Points
1 Tom Lancashire Florida State 1:45.76#
2 Sherridan Kirk Adidas 1:46.40R
3 Thomas Chamney Notre Dame 1:48.47R
4 Tim Harris University of Miami 1:49.00R
5 Joel Williams Jackson State 1:49.02R
6 Tommy Noyes Florida State 1:49.04R
7 Mariusz Mostag Vcu 1:50.60
8 Brian Knapp Clemson University 1:52.24
9 Chris Potter Florida State 1:54.65
-- Chris Bonner Georgetown
Great run by Lancashire! New p.b and track record. I hope he comes home and runs the European Championships, we need him.
|1:45 ... nice run|
41 performances to 1:44.45 by 7 athletes
so not the 30th best time. Awesome run though, thats great to see. I'm sure a few people are wondering what he'll do in the 1500 in years to come.
Whats happening with Ricky Soos?
|MJ gave BJs|
Great run by Lancashire! New p.b and track record. I hope he comes home and runs the European Championships, we need him.[/quote]
Congrats to Tom, great run and some early season joy for British middle disatnce running. If he does run the European Championships - what chance of a medal or even gold!?
Your a rubbish, clumsy oaf at football btw Emile.
Theres no need to get personal. I'm still in shock from not getting a call up for the world cup.
Lancashire's time is not great in world terms but considering his age and the fact that he won the race (with a bit more left in the tank maybe)i think he ran very well. Lets hope he's not burned out by July/August time.
|hold the phone|
Yuri B? Wait, don't tell me... Oh yeah, I know: he's that 800m runner guy! So he is totally irrelevant to Lancashire's prospects in his main event, the 1500m!
Brilliant run by Lancashire he is a class act and the US collegiate system has been great for him 1:45.76 is a very good time in terms of european distance running. Maybe now some of our other brits will fast like Jimmy Watkins, Baddeley and McCormick.
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