Uh huh uh huh uh huh uh huh.....
My memory's not so bad after all.
I'd thought the last two laps were either 62-58 or 60-56 and they were the former.
Check the results on this thread.
Hassan was Chepkirui
Off the top of my head, he coaches:
Saif Saaeed Shaheen -- 2003 World Champion 3000mSC, WR steepler
Nicholas Kemboi -- 26:30 10km
James Kwalia -- 12:54 5km, 3:50mile
Abdullah Hassan -- 12:56, 26:38 10km
Kennedy Kimwetich -- 2:13 1000m, 1:43 800m
Sergiy Lebid -- 5x Euro XC champ, 13:10, 1:01 HM
Joseph Mutua, Wilfred Bungei -- 1:42
He's also coached a number of marathoners, many under 2:10. Most of his athletes are either Kenyan/Qatari or Italian.
Renato, I am very surprised you of anyone would say any type of running is "useless."
Renato Canova wrote:
This is the reason because, in the modern training, long run at low intensity is useless, and max lactic speed also. And this is the reason because I use so much hills of different length at max intensity.
Belligerence gives you a little rush of adrenaline, does it?
observer of taking up space wrote:
We are all so honored that you can presume to give Renato "advice".
By the way, what is your time for the 5k?