|Stacked works for me|
Considering that this meet is a collegiate meet that is paying out tens/hundreds of thousands of dollars to bring in the top world tallent and the field consits of all american (US collegiate) athlets, this field is pretty stacked. It is not the Milrose Mile, and considering the fact that the Milrose mile is being run this week, this is a stacked field. There are not many races outside of National Championship and Olympic quallifiers that bring 20+ sub 4 minute milers together on one track.
Personally, I think this will be a fun meet to watch. I also don't think it will be slow. NCAA's are right aroung the corner and there aren't too many more chances to get fast times. Considering the fact that most of these athletes are in college, I would guess that they will keep the pace honest and force the professional guys to pull them through fast times.
Best of luck to everyone. God Bless Michael Hammond.
With all this hype and posting of Pr's for the Husky mile entrants, I'm surprised not one of you people has mentioned Pablo Solares!!! He is the Mexican national record holder in the 800, 1500 and Mile (3:54.52 Mile).
For what its worth, I think he is also Shannon Rowbury's boyfriend.
It might well be among the top 5 or 3 in terms of the average time of the top 10. Look at the 5000 last night -- It will probably be the fastest indoor top 10 average (or 15, ...) of the year (US).
|Come on mayne|
1 Bumbalough, Andrew Otc Elite 3:56.12
2 Jager, Evan Otc Elite 3:56.14
3 Cabral, Donn Nike 3:56.41
4 Creese, Robby Penn State 3:57.11
5 Botezan, Raul Oklahoma State 3:57.79
6 Johnson, Brett Oregon 3:58.62
7 Williamsz, Jordan Villanova 4:00.12
8 Hatz, Alex Wisconsin 4:00.65
9 Maldonado, Matt Long Beach St. 4:01.62
10 Merber, Kyle Texas 4:02.49
11 Hammond, Michael Virginia Tech 4:03.18
12 Van Ackeren, Trevor Unattached 4:03.71
-- Solinsky, Chris Otc Elite DNF
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