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|Subject: ||RE: Kevin Castille 28:57 10k at age 40!|
Another point that may resonate with some of the numbskulls who don't find this time impressive. We are talking about a guy who has NEVER run a time that would automatically qualify him for the US Olympic Trials in ANY event running sub 29 at age 40.
The most impressive part about the time is the fact that it isn't Tergat or Geb who ran it. It's a guy who has never been elite on the US let alone world stage.
If Lagat runs 28:30 at age 40 good for him, but it won't be as impressive because he has already been dominant on the world stage.
I'm 23 and my 10k PR is (31:24). Rock on old dudes.
I think it is an incredible time, BUT is he clean? That is my problem with his run.
IF he is clean good for him. I hope he runs even faster.
BUT it is hard to believe that someone can run that fast especially without being an elite athlete.
Did he ever broken the 28 for the 10K?
Little Eddy keeps coming to my mind when I read about this performance.
There are many new drugs in the market that are undetectable. Not that would make any difference, since there is no reliable test for HGH. And we all know that the anti doping system is just a joke. Marion Jones never tested positive for anything and she won six gold medals in the Olympics.
Prescription drugs is easy to get.
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