Scenario 1: Rabbit hits half at 1:57 - Rupp: 3:55.24
Scenario 2: Rabbit hits half at 1:58.5 - Rupp: 3:56.84
Scenario 3: Rabbit goes to 3/4 at 2:57 - Rupp: 3:54.77
Looks like 2 rabbits, rabbits often f#%k up so this is actually a bad thing. Better if just one rabbit, if he's off at half Rupp has the 2nd half to try to compensate. If the rabbit is off at 3/4 there aint much left to do.
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Well AJ does have a faster PR. So does Chapa but I think he may just be the first rabbit. If Rupp runs what he's capable of he won't be beat, but if he runs 3:58 it's possible.
Acosta may be due for a PR, not sure how his training or health have been.
He'll run 5:01.26, which includes a full 60 seconds at a dead stop staring longingly at the members of the mens' 60m field in their speed suits while in the middle of his 3rd lap.
this is true, between his 1:49 800 and :56 last 400 on his 13:18, I just don't think he can handle going out in 1:58 at the half, he lacks the "turnover" (sarcasm).
|4 laps fast|
1 74 Rupp, Galen Oregon 3:57.86A
2 278 Abbott, Austin Washington 3:58.23A
3 322 Jennings, Gabe Eugene Running C 3:58.25A
4 72 Acosta, A.J. Oregon 4:00.11P
5 9 Garner, Eric Brooks Eastside 4:00.66P
6 157 Marpole-Bird, Just Stanford 4:01.13P
7 49 Kasagule, Francis Lamar 4:01.36P
8 179 Patterson, Marlon UCLA 4:04.08
9 317 Shepherd, Steve Weber State 4:05.50
Be interesting to know splits. AJ - Ouch! Guess he'll do the DMR?
OK, I marked them. As wrong.