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|Author: ||the gorge|
|Subject: ||RE: David Rudisha is given 4 years to get the US Olympic Trials 'A' Standard for every running event. Could he do it?|
Rudisha would not get close to the 400 WR. Do you know how far 2.3seconds is in the 400?
"It is YOU who have no idea--no idea about sprinting and speed. What, you think it's easy to run 10.58, just because Bolt ran 9.58?"
Where did I say this? I am responding to your direct statements, why don't you respond to my direct statements. Just for fun though. The three preliminary rounds at NCAAs this year had last place finishers with PRs of: 10.33, 10.27, 10.23.
I will not post the guy's name - I don't want to drag him into this.
In HS he trained for the 800-xc. He ran 48s/1:50. He recently ran 800 in 1:45. I will not point out his 1500 time because that would give away who it is.
My guess is that you picked up sprinting for fun at age 40 or so. You have an inflated sense of how hard it is to run 11.00. Women do that all the time. It doesn't take much 'power'. I didn't even run for a top school (though it was D1 - and we did have national qualifiers every year) and I knew all kinds of skinny little bitches who could run 10.7 - I'm talking about sprinters who never touched a weight.
Keep telling yourself it takes magic to break 11 and that david rudisha couldn't do it. Maybe you can convince yourself that there arent tons of random people that walk past you every day that could do it.
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