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Poster: the dude with the funny hat
Subject: RE: Geoffrey Mutai 2:03:02!!! in Boston Where Does it Rank?
Here's a question (surprised nobody mentioned this already)
Can't we use others in the race besides elite men and women as an indicator of whether the wind was a huge factor or not?
My cursory glance through the results suggests that it was NOT:
-only 2 American men besides Hall ran under the 2:19 OT standard, and I think both of them were already qualified for the trials (Zach Hine 1:03 half-marathon a couple months ago, Chris Pannone I'm pretty sure was already qualified)
-I just looked through 3 guys I know who are 2:30-2:40 types and were in the race, and all 3 of them ran what I would call average or below average races for them.
Anybody else looking through results finding other relevant stuff? ie, did any sub-elite ladies get OT qualifiers here or run particularly fast races?
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