I'm stumped wrote:
I'm stumped wrote:
An exercise in hubris. What on earth led him to believe he could run under 3:47 when no race he has ever run as shown that he could?
This was great. Watching a guy run the last 300 with junk in his legs about a week before he's supposed to start running rounds in hot weather and his minions are somehow thinking this was a great result. What was his 2nd 880? +7?
He is fit. He's just not fast.
The reason you're stumped is because you're a moron. He's run 3:30.4. That's 3:47-low. He clearly thinks he's in similar fitness now. (He clearly indicated recent workouts have led him to feel that way.)
With a smarter opening quarter, and better, longer pacing, he probably would've been at least a second faster, which means he would've been quite close to the record. And he thinks he might've been a little worn from 3 hard workouts the week before.
His judgement (which is probably worth about 10,000 times what yours is), and Jerry's, told him he had a chance to get it. They were probably right.
Glad to help you manage your stupidity. Have a nice day now.
Typical fanboy. He ran that time 6 years ago. And you covered just about every lame excuse in the book.
Listen, camel toe, you put yourself out there claiming to go for the American record then crawl home in a 58 second last lap off a pace that any top level runner could handle you aren't that good.
Have a crap day now...wait, that's an every day occurrence for you.
Your stupidity compounds itself every time you speak; you'd do better not to speak.
Yes, he ran that time 6 years ago, and he clearly thinks he's in comparable shape now, and, again, his assessment is most likely worth about 10,000 times what yours is.
Not sure what calling him 'camel toe' is supposed to accomplish --except to reaffirm that your thinking's on the level of the average 5th-grader. (Maybe you *are* a 5th-grader?)