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RE: Getting ready for Friday's European 1500 men's final - Can the Ingebrigtsen's sweep? Who has the edge?
Observation: Henrik hasn't really been injury free since that 3.34.57. Until now that is. When asked yesterday about his capacity he said that his speed is better than he has been in years (endurance at ATH), but still a little behind Filip and Jakob. He also said he felt comfortable that he could run a 3:34 and it felt like he wanted to say a faster time when he said it.
Observation 2: Both Jakob and Filip pretty much said yesterday that they have NEVER tested better than they do right now.
Observation 3:Gjert hinted yesterday that the brothers might "time trial" the race. That way you should be left with the guys with the highest capacity and thus reduce the element of luck and then hopefully increaste the chance of an 1-2-3.
If they do what Gjert says, run fast, I'm pretty certain they will do a 1-2 with Filip and Jakob. However, I think Henrik will probably struggle with a couple of brits.
Oh: Henrik Ingebrigtsen said the chance of a 1-2-3 is higher than the chance to roll 6 on a dice yesterday, so small but doable then?
My guess: 1-2-5 (Order: Filip,Jakob,Henrik of course)
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