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|Author: ||haha so obvious|
|Subject: ||RE: 400m indoor tracks -- why the ban?|
chasing 400 wrote:
Hey, go f*** yourself. I'm not dumb, and there is a high probability I'm far more intelligent than you.
I agree with everyone else in this thread, you're a moron.
You say that you're not a sprinter; does that mean that only distance events count in track? Should it not matter that all sprint events are severely affected by a tighter curve? Just because it doesn't affect YOU, it doesn't affect anyone?
It's utterly laughable that you need "proof" that a tighter curve is more difficult to sprint around. Even if you're not sprinting, a miler or 5k guy is going to move slower around a 100m track than a 200m or a 400m track; that should be obvious. If it's not, well, then again, you're a moron.
To combat message board spam (by non runners). We are making people answer a brief question before they can post on a thread that is over 20 days old.
If you answer this question you should be able to post.