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Ryan Hall spent his collegiate career in the wrong events. A miler in HS, he only reluctantly ran the 5k in college. When he moved to the roads post-collegiately, the results were spectacular.
His younger brother, Chad, was a Foot Locker champ in HS.
He went to Oregon as a frosh and ran 14:11 in 2008 but transferred out to UC riverside.
He also seemingly focused on shorter events as 2010 he ran 3:45 for 1,500.
His 5000 pb is still 14:11 (only ran 14:39 in 5000 this year) but this year he did run the 10k (29:54) where he was the Big West champ.
He's been training with his brother.
Any chance that the Foot Locker champ title starts to re-emerge?
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Website: USA 20km Championships
USA 20 km Championships hosted by the Stratton Faxon New Haven Road Race
New Haven, Connecticut
Quick unofficial results
1. Matt Tegenkamp 58:30
2. Luke Puskedra
3. Joseph Chirlee
1. Renee Metivier Baillie 67:08
2. Molly Pritz
3. Stephanie Rothstein
*Full Results coming asap! Race videos and interviews on the way as well!
I don't know what his time was but I was there and I can tell you he wasn't in the top 10 or 15, so over 62 is the most specific I can offer. After that I went to try and chase down and talk to some of the elites who had finished haha.
Don't see a Chad Hall in the results:
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The second half is pretty tough. Most years along the water there is a stiff head wind at mile 7. Then around Mile 10/11, there is a steady climb. There is a really beneficial decline afterward though and long flat finish.
A full minute difference is a bit much, as you can easily pace it better. But 1min isnt too bad. Anything more that 90sec would mean too fast a start.
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Why in the world would folks spend time thinking about Chad Hall? He was a mediocre college runner. He will never make it as a pro runner. I hope that he is taking strong steps toward beginning a real career outside of running.
He is Ryan Hall's brother? OK, so?
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