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Subject: RE: Chris Derrick 13:55 / Luke Puskedra 8:46
You can have "no footspeed" and close in 2:02-2:05 and 59 for 5000's.
Several guys who couldn't break 26 for a 200 have done it, myself included in high school races, but 14:20-30 pace, not a 13:55. That's not speed that is toughness and strength,
I would consider any high schooler at that level without real footspeed if they can't break 53 for a 400 or 26 for a 200.
What it does show is the kid has a lot of balls closing in 2:05 in his first 5000 that far ahead, although I agree that the lapped runners might have actually helped keep his mind alert and gave him something to keep shooting for.
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