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|Subject: ||RE: Men's 1500 Final Strategies and Wishes|
learning from history wrote:
- great negotiator steps in and makes the Olympics a possibility for one of the non As, by having all of them work on an honest pace (single file, 6 changes of lead, float to back after your short stint at the front)
I would love to see option 3.
The 1500 is way too short for this scenario. For most of the first lap everyone is just jockying for position and the last lap is every man for himself.
False, first guy takes 300m
Gives time for most of the other 5 to get in position
Next guy takes next 200m
First lap needs to be covered in 57 sec for the single file effect to take place.
By 400m all guys can be in place.
Next guy takes 200m
Next 2 take 150m (second lap in 57.x)
And last guy takes 100m
You have surely done that in training before
I have several times
We actually use to do it with 50m stints in the front...
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