|a little perspective, here|
Just like when he won it in 2003? You know, right before his breakout season as a pro?
Does that mean that you also think that Jonathon Grey and Aaron Braun, who went 1-2 last year, are also hobby joggers. You must be one fast dude!
|Jogger to be|
I talked to him at NXN last weekend. He's healthy and pretty happy with his fitness. He sounded pretty excited about running cross as he said that he was "sort of burned out on track".
I wish him luck.
My predictions for mens top 5, in order:
Hansons-Brooks Distance Project - Team A
Jeremy Criscione, Brendan Gregg, Brendan Martin, Mike Morgan, Jacob Riley, Robert Scribner, Ethan Shaw
Boulder Track Club - Team A
Curtis Begley Jr, Mark Del Monaco, Joshua Glaab, Ryan Kirkpatrick, Kyle O'Brien, Zachary Parris, Sean Quigley, Matthew Tebo, Clint Wells
New York Athletic Club (NYAC) - Team A
Gian-Paul Caccia, Philip Cawkwell, Michael Cunningham, Craig Forys, Matthew Forys, David Nightingale, Christopher Pannone, Jonathan Phillips
Asics Aggie Running Club - Team A
Daniel Gonia, Alan Jackson, Brian Medigovich, Jameson Mora, Kota Reichert, Phillip Reid, Sergio Reyes, Brandon Shirck
Boston Athletic Association - Team A
Samuel Alexander, Eric Ashe, Dan Harper, Brian Harvey, Colman Hatton, Ryan McCalmon, Timothy Ritchie, Alexander Taylor
Could be pretty close, doesn't look like any team is heads and shoulders above the rest like in other years where McMillan or Zap wins by 50 points.