First Roesler, Now Greer?
It appeared Greer wasnt even trying...anybody know anything?
You can read the thread here:
TFN poster wrote:
I sat next to Greer's parents. Greer was vomiting most of the day and went back to the hotel before the DMR even got underway.
None of the three was ever "boxed out". Greer started at the back and stayed there. Primm was leading, and on the outside, with 200 to go and folded. Loxsom was in perfect position with 60 to go and got passed by two guys.
NY Wintertime wrote:
I believe that most people had the projected order of finish as Primm, Loxom and Greer. This race points out a major flaw in Indoor racing...if you get boxed out in a 400 or 800 meter race, you are basically screwed due to the high banks and the short straightaways, not to mention the narrow 4-lane track.
Nobody is saying that f***face. Oregon had a bad meet, some of their guys weren't 100% healthy, thats how it goes sometimes. Why the snarkiness?
jar jar binx wrote:
wow those are really good excuses they should give oregon men the title too
Lets see, you do not have it to make the mile final and you have a DMR leg to run in a little bit; obviously the optimal strategy is to work as hard as you can so that you run a 4:02 in the Mile heat so that the LetsRun posters think you are smart. Get a clue, people.
I mean did he fall??? and Fleet 4:08??? WTF!!! is oregon going down???LOL