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Get serious. Why would anyone have a running site in Indiana ? Are there are runners in that state ? Any running water ? Any public sewage ? Any public electricity ? Any cable television ? Etc. ?
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Indiana isn't as stupid as evidenced by the last poster.
We know how to spell "Bob Kennedy"
We know that Bob is actually from Ohio, and now lives in Indy.
But Indiana is a good state for CC. Just look at all the top 25 teams from this small state. And this is actually a bad year for the state.
Notre Dame (14)
S. Indiana (23)
Ind. Wesleyan (20)
We also have the Indiana Invader, the most successful semi-pro "track" club in the US.
And we could bring up some of the current collegiate runners who are from Indiana.
Alissa McKaig, Jessica Gall, Lindsay Hattendorf, Cassie Peller, Wendi Robinson, Racheal Marchand, Cassie Hunt -- all top 20 in their regionals
Nef Araia, winner of the West Regional
Others I'm sure...
In short, Indiana running is pretty good. Especially since we dont have any of that class system crap.
It's been more recent than the 1920's. But Tennessee or Kentucky has since taken that title away from us.
Bob Kennedy was actually born in Bloomington, Indiana.
Wow, could I screw a sentence up any more than that?
Anyone know how Robert Duncan is running lately?
I know he went to Southern Illinios University for a couple of years, hopefully he's still getting a few miles in.
Just thought i'd ask seeing it's a Indiana related thread.
And Indiana is only home of the largest half marathon in America. And USATF, that is the United States of America TRACK and FIELD. Also home to the NCAA headquarters. Also home to the Divison I cross country championships. Also home to Bob Kennedy. Also home to 6 local running stores just in the city of Indianapolis. Also, just hosted the 2005 Track Nationals at IUPUI. Also home to Butler, Indiana, Notre Dame, Indiana State all solid DI teams. Also home to the best trio of high school runners on the same team: Chapa, Pinkowski, Keough (8:51, 8:52, 8:56) two miles respectively. Also home to current/post college standouts: Nef Araia, Christian Wagner, Aaron Fisher, Ryan Warrenburg, and Kyle Baker.
But yea you are right. No one should have running site about Indiana. There's pretty much nothing going on here.
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