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Poster: Here is the way it is
Subject: RE: Payton Jordan 10,000m is STACKED!
just me wrote:
Everyone keeps saying that there is no chance of anyone going sub 27 minutes, however lets look at the facts.
Sam Chelalga ran 27:08 (or something very close to that) two years ago at this meet, surely he has an opportunity to break 27 minutes now that he has been training as a pro for close to a year.
Chris Solinsky broke 27 in his 10k debut here two years ago. Although his 5k PR at that time was considerably faster then Cam Levins (under 13:10 to under 13:20), Cam Levins (150 mpw) run higher milage then Chris (130) and that leads me to believe that he will be even better at the 10k then he is at the 5k. I believe, This is Cam's 10k debut.
The Japanese are probably doped out of there minds.
Chris Derrick, over the past year now has changed into a sick runner, to a winner. Look has his progression in his senior year... -goes out slower in XC and closes for second -at milerose goes out conservatively, gets the A standard -NCAAs goes out and pushes to the lead, only to lose twice to Lalang -at Stanford, beats a ton of colleges best 1500s and a few pros! He has become a winner, and i wouldn't be surprised if he pulled a Chris solinsky, in the last 1600 or so... if the pace is fast, he could break 27.... i think
Yeah, it's just you.
Cam has no chance to even sniff sub 27.
Same with Derrick.
Chelanga could potentially but only if he's got a couple of pace setters to pull him through at least 7000 at that pace.Hit the submit button below if you want us to review the post.
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