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Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 12:22AM Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Portland 10k Chase/Roughrider Twilight Meet

Men's 1 Mile Run Results
Final
PL Athlete Team Final
1 Dunbar, Trevor Unattached 3:59.06
2 Finnerty, Robb Unattached 3:59.42
3 Rees, David PRC 4:47.31
Dickson, Marcus Unattached SCR
Waxman, Derek Unattached SCR
Woticha, Antenh Unattached SCR

http://www.flotrack.org/coverage/250921-Portland-10k-ChaseRoughrider-Twilight-Meet-2013/video/717604-Trevor-Dunbar-and-Rob-Finnerty-after-breaking-4-minute-barrier
yyy
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 2:55AM - in reply to alaskan alert Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
well done.
WikiLeaker
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 7:21AM - in reply to alaskan alert Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
It's hard for me to believe that Don Clary hadn't run under 4 minutes for the mile sometime in his career. Are you sure first Alaskan ...?
162430
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 7:25AM - in reply to WikiLeaker Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
If you can use the internet well enough to post on a message board, then you are capable of answering your own question.
WikiLeaker
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 7:49AM - in reply to 162430 Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
No mention of a sub 4 mile run from the search I've done. Just hard to think Don Clary hadn't run under 4 for the mile? The only source (1) is this which lists a 4:01.30.
http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/cl/don-clary-1.html
alaskan alert
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 8:43AM - in reply to WikiLeaker Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

WikiLeaker wrote:

It's hard for me to believe that Don Clary hadn't run under 4 minutes for the mile sometime in his career. Are you sure first Alaskan ...?


In the video, Trevor and his Dad are talking about it, and his Dad said he tried but could never get it, so I am pretty confidant it had never been done.
Blue Collar Ph.D.
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 9:29AM - in reply to alaskan alert Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Nice 'comeback' summer for the young Mr. Dunbar. Missed his entire final season of track at Oregon due to an injury but has since strung together a nice set of meets. Including a 3:38 1500 m the other week at the Harry Jerome meet in BC.
old miler
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 10:06AM - in reply to alaskan alert Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
I am pretty sure Trevor's dad (Marcus?)broke 4 minutes indoors in Moscow Idaho in the late 90s.
Dennis Reynolds
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 10:15AM - in reply to alaskan alert Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
The way you wrote your subject makes it sound like Trevor Dunbar had done this previously.
totally excited
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 10:19AM - in reply to old miler Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
This is so exciting, we should begin a thread for the first miler to break 4 from every single state. That is totally something worth discussing in detail.
warm ol Kodiak
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 10:35AM - in reply to alaskan alert Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Meh, it's a good performance, but his being Alaskan isn't a big deal. For one, he trains mostly in the lower 48. Second, he's from Kodiak (warm, maritime). Show me someone who trains in the Interior of Alaska for 12 months of the year and runs sub 4 and I'll be impressed)
coach d.
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 12:04PM - in reply to old miler Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Pretty sure you are wrong. As a big time D1 coach, I would know if he did.

http://trackandfieldnews.com/index.php/archivemenu/13-lists/1476-tafn-us-sub-400-milers

http://trackandfieldnews.com/images/stories/tfn_pdfs/world4s.pdf

old miler wrote:

I am pretty sure Trevor's dad (Marcus?)broke 4 minutes indoors in Moscow Idaho in the late 90s.

Do you see his name on this list?
1990
169. Eddie Slowikowski (Loyola) 3:59.36i (1) Boston February 18
170. Eric Henry (Arkansas) 3:59.18i (2) Indianapolis March 10
171. Jim Norris (New Balance) 3:59.5* (1) Holmdel June 23
1991
172. Matt Taylor (Fox) 3:57.84i* (2) Fayetteville January 25
173. Bill Burke (Princeton) 3:58.70i (1) New York February 01
174. Mark Deady (Nike Indiana) 3:58.65i* (1) Boston February 16
175. Charles Marsala (Nike Indiana) 3:58.73i* (2) Boston February 16
176. Mike Michno (New Balance) 3:58.94i* (3) Boston February 16
177. Bill Rathbun (Boston AA) 3:59.94i* (4) Boston February 16
178. Bob Kennedy (Indiana) 3:58.11i (1) Indianapolis March 09
179. John Trautmann (Georgetown) 3:58.52i (4) Indianapolis March 09
180. Matt Giusto (Mizuno) 3:59.18 (3) Stanford March 30
181. Gerry Donakowski (Nike North) 3:59.1* (4) Dedham June 9
182. Terrance Herrington (Nike Atlantic) 3:55.61 (8) Villeneuve-d’Ascq July 01
183. Christian Cushing-Murray (SMTC) 3:57.70 (10) Villeneuve-d’Ascq July 01
1992
184. Len Sitko (unattached) 3:59.29i* (4) Birmingham March 14
185. Ernie Freer (Bulldog TC) 3:59.04* (1) Fresno April 04
186. Steve Holman (Georgetown) 3:53.31 (4) Oslo July 04
187. Paul Vandegrift (William & Mary) 3:59.60 (3) Belfast August 31
1993
188. Erik Nedeau (Northeastern) 3:59.68i (1) Boston February 27
189. Aaron Ramirez (Mizuno) 3:59.57* (3) San Francisco May 15
190. Jim Sorenson (Reebok) 3:59.70 (4) San Francisco May 15
191. Ronnie Harris (Sallie Mae TC) 3:58.03* (5) Eugene June 05
192. Bob Lesko (Sallie Mae TC) 3:58.23* (6) Eugene June 05
193. Danny Maas (Reebok) 3:58.83* (7) Eugene June 05
194. Mark Dailey (New York AC) 3:57.16* (12) Oslo July 10
1994
195. Mark Sivieri (unattached) 3:59.85i* (2) Boston January 28
196. Dave Wittman (Nike Texas) 3:59.28i (2) Notre Dame February 05
197. Buck Jones (Club Northwest) 3:57.43* (3) Eugene June 04
198. Shannon Lemora (Nike Oregon) 3:57.47* (4) Eugene June 04
199. Benny McIntosh (Asics) 3:58.25* (6) Eugene June 04
200. Chris Katon (unattached) 3:59.19* (9) Eugene June 04
201. Jon Warren (Nike Texas) 3:59.30* (10) Eugene June 04
202. Jim Howarth (NikeRR) 3:59.75* (12) Eugene June 04
203. Shane Healy (BRC) 3:59.23* (7) Cork June 25
1995
204. Brian Hyde (William & Mary) 3:59.92i (2) Johnson City January 28
205. Paul McMullen (Eastern Michigan) 3:57.34i (2) Notre Dame February 04
206. Jason Pyrah (Mizuno) 3:58.43i (2) Los Angeles February 11
207. Brad Sumner (NYAC) 3:59.11* (2) Philadelphia April 29
208. Tom Nohilly (Reebok East) 3:59.75* (4) Philadelphia April 29
209. Gordon Johnson (Brooks) 3:56.24* (9) Eugene June 04
1996
210. Matt Holthaus (Reebok East) 3:58.80i (1) Allston February 10
211. Michael Cox (Nike) 3:59.20* (1) Lawrence April 20
1997
212. Dan Browne (Army) 3:59.37i (1) Annapolis February 01
213. Corey Ihmels (Iowa St) 3:59.70i* (2h) Indianapolis March 07
214. Alan Culpepper (adidas) 3:58.15 (5) Portland May 11
215. Richie Boulet (New Balance) 3:58.62 (6) Portland May 11
216. Karl Paranya (Haverford) 3:57.6 (2) Haverford May 14
217. Jamey Harris (Reebok Aggies) 3:59.19 (1) Stanford May 27
218. Marc Davis (Nike) 3:54.30* (8) Nice July 16
219. Darin Shearer (CMS) 3:59.76 (2) Falmouth August 16
1998
220. David Krummenacker (Georgia Tech) 3:58.62i (2) Gainesville February 07
221. Ryan Travis (Arkansas) 3:59.69i (1) Ames February 07
222. Seneca Lassiter (Arkansas) 3:59.60i (4) New York February 13
223. Brian Gallagher (La Salle) 3:59.91i* (2) Boston February 14
224. Gabe Jennings (Stanford) 3:59.32 (3) Walnut April 19
225. Brian Baker (New Balance) 3:58.80* (3) Brunswick July 04
226. Michael Stember (Stanford) 3:59.31 (5) Brunswick July 04
227. Scott Anderson (Reebok East) 3:59.80 (7) Brunswick July 04
1999
228. Bryan Berryhill (Colorado St) 3:56.52 (2) Wanganui January 16
229. Tim Broe (Alabama) 3:59.38i (1) Notre Dame February 06
230. Jonathon Riley (Stanford) 3:58.72i (2) Ames February 06
231. Adam Goucher (Fila) 3:57.63 (1) Eugene May 15
ScottEvil
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 2:44PM - in reply to coach d. Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
This List^: Does this mean the fastest American mile in the 1990s was a 3:53?

Jeez.
Confused Briton
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 2:50PM - in reply to ScottEvil Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
I don't know what that list is. Steve Holman ran 3:50.6 in 1997.
Zhazbat Stenasrud
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 2:55PM - in reply to warm ol Kodiak Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

warm ol Kodiak wrote:

Meh, it's a good performance, but his being Alaskan isn't a big deal. For one, he trains mostly in the lower 48. Second, he's from Kodiak (warm, maritime). Show me someone who trains in the Interior of Alaska for 12 months of the year and runs sub 4 and I'll be impressed)


Sounds like the words of an Estle lover, if not the gray old man himself.
firsts
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 3:07PM - in reply to ScottEvil Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

ScottEvil wrote:

This List^: Does this mean the fastest American mile in the 1990s was a 3:53?

Jeez.


No, the point of the list is to capture debut sub-4's: the first occasion that a runner broke four minutes.

If there is an asterisk on the runner's time, then he never ran any faster. Otherwise, he did.
Confused Briton
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 3:09PM - in reply to firsts Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Kinda important context...


firsts wrote:

No, the point of the list is to capture debut sub-4's: the first occasion that a runner broke four minutes.

If there is an asterisk on the runner's time, then he never ran any faster. Otherwise, he did.
Goldenboy
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 3:12PM - in reply to old miler Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

old miler wrote:

I am pretty sure Trevor's dad (Marcus?)broke 4 minutes indoors in Moscow Idaho in the late 90s.


Nope - he ran 4:00.xx
nikeman
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 3:17PM - in reply to Goldenboy Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Trevor's dad, Marcus, had a best of 4:00.58.
ScottEvil
RE: Trevor Dunbar first Alaskan to run sub 4, goes 3:59.06 last night. 7/16/2013 3:55PM - in reply to firsts Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

firsts wrote:No, the point of the list is to capture debut sub-4's: the first occasion that a runner broke four minutes.

If there is an asterisk on the runner's time, then he never ran any faster. Otherwise, he did.


Thanks.
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