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Alan Webb Post Race 2007 USATF Interviews
by: LetsRun.com
June 24, 2007

 

Part I (6:45)

Alan talks about using strength and distance training as being the way to escape some of his early problems in the 1500m that started his freshman year at Michigan. Plus he talks about his speed, Bernard Lagat, the rest of his summer, and the talent of the 1500m guys in the United States.

Part II (10:17)

Webb discusses with talking with Bernard Lagat before the race to share the pace, his nerves on running nationals after his subpar Prefontaine 2 mile, and how his struggles at the University of Michigan helped make him the runner he is today.

*LetsRun.com Recap of Webb's impressive 3:34.82 win here.
*Video of Webb's Race

Men 1500 Meter Run
================================================================
World: W 3:26.00 7/7/1998 Hicham El Guerrouj, MAR
American: A 3:29.30 8/28/2005 Bernard Lagat, Nike
Meet: M 3:34.92 6/20/1982 Steve Scott, Sub 4 TC
Name Year Team Finals
================================================================
Finals
1 Alan Webb Nike 3:34.82M
2 Leonel Manzano Texas 3:35.29
3 Bernard Lagat Nike 3:35.55
4 Christopher Lukezic Reebok 3:36.95
5 Andrew McClary unattached 3:39.81
6 Said Ahmed Nike 3:40.80
7 Russell Brown Stanford 3:41.80
8 John Jefferson Oregon TC 3:42.46
9 Garrett Heath Stanford 3:42.88
10 William Leer unattached 3:44.20
11 Rob Myers Reebok 3:45.59
12 Gabriel Jennings Saucony 3:47.54


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