- Alan Webb will make his outdoor debut and is schedule to double in the 800 and 1500 on Friday in Gainesville. Webb is in the 3rd section in the 800, but the fastest 1500 section.
Predict his time.
You appear to habitually lift material verbatim from other websites without attribution, and what gives you away at times is you copy it word for word, including in the above post using the word "schedule" when "scheduled" would be correct, lifted directly from the Flotrack douchebags...
The info is from flotrack.
But I didn't cite the source because i was afraid that the brojo's could delete this thread because i'm citing info from his biggest website rival.
I hope that the Brojo's don't delete the thread.
Feel free to include the Flotrack link. We're more likely to post something/believe it if there is a source backing it up. We link to Flotrack videos on the homepage quite often.
Section 3 Timed Finals
2 Thomas, Andre NA UNATTACHED
3 Neal, Keffri FR KENTUCKY
4 Ross, Stuart FR BOSTON U.
5 Brown, Vincent JR NORFOLK STAT
6 Leroux, Adam SR WINTHROP
7 Scheff, Rick SR GEORGIA TECH
8 Washington, Moses TEAM MOWASH
9 Webb, Alan UNATTACHED
10 Agard, Matthew SO KINGSBOROUGH
11 Simmons, Paris JR N. CAROLINA
12 Navarrete, Pablo SR FLORIDA STAT
13 White, Kerone FR KINGSBOROUGH
Section 1 Timed Finals
1 Samoei, Fred SR WORLD EXPRES
2 Ripley, Ryan NEW BALANCE
3 Taylor, Justin UNATTACHED
4 Rooney, David SR MCNEESE STAT
5 Webb, Alan UNATTACHED
6 Weatherford, Andy SR INDIANA
7 Roberts, Shawn JR GEORGIA TECH
8 Bruce-Littlewood, Alex JR MCNEESE STAT
9 Mokone, David SO WESTERN KENT
10 Neff, Danny JR GEORGIA
11 Stockberger, Daniel SR INDIANA
12 Ramirez, Aaron SO CLEMSON
13 Dickerson, Cameron JR NORTH FLORID
14 Clifford, Alec SO GEORGIA TECH
15 Stowe, Joseph JR GEORGIA TECH
What's the standard like in these races? I can't say I'm too familiar with the other guys in the race.
Sorry to say I have a tough time seeing Webb throw down something so fast as a 3:40. I'd be happy if he did, but given his most recent race results, I just don't see it happening. 3:47 sounds to me more like the time to expect.
He's entered in two events. I would, however, be astonished if he *runs* in more than one. The double entry was just to give him an option, based on how his training (closer to the meet) was going.
If he ends up in the 1500, I think the 3:49 that someone called would probably be about right.
can you describe to me what the flotrack guys did to warrant being called douche bags? Is it because they have done great things with our sport? Or is it because they make athletes and races accessible to stay at home losers like you?