Finally, Gary Martin v. Wesley Kiptoo in a track mile.
Rooting for him. He has a good field to help him get a good time. 3:55 to 3:57 I'm guessing. Even 3:54 wouldn't shock me.
If the pacing is right, 3:55.5-3:56.8
2 burning questions:
1. Does he beat Kiptoo? (I say no, but hope he doesn't take it out too fast)
2. Where does he place (I'm saying 3rd, 55 close).
Do not care. If he makes it to the world class level I will start paying attention.
bruh Martin fans literally already are making excuses for why he gets a bad time. Really funny how reluctant they are to admit that he's not as good as Colin.
HIS MILE WAS NOT ON A LEGAL TRACK
HE RACED A FULL-OUT 100% EFFORT 4:01 1600 LESS THAN A WEEK AGO.
Why such a late start?
Full slate of races. Its been underway for a little while now.
The track at the festival of miles is a high school track without a rail as well.
Also, Ben Rosario's voice is so annoying.
He will be just over 4 minutes.
Everyone likes the idea of Gary more than Colin, a salt of the earth Pennsylvania kid whose school doesn't even have a track being better than some spoiled California kid who is treated like a pro and has a delusional/ultra cocky coach. If this was a sports movie everyone would be rooting for Gary.
No one thought the Mighty Ducks were better than any team they went against but damn it we wanted them to win!
Quack quack quack Mr. Ducksworth!
Yes, I'll go for the shaggy haired kid with glasses in 3:56. Cobra Chai not at this meet.
Bro, no one runs fast in St. Louis...
I sure hope this Paul Ryan isn’t fudging his credentials.
So 3:54-3:57. Wow, really putting it out there ole' fella.
Makepeace for the win!!
Martin has an excellent sense of pace. With runners in front of him for once, he can sit back and relax. 3:53-3:55 depending on the field staying with the rabbits.
You guys are way off. The winner of the race will be 356-357 tops. Nobody will be running 353 or 354.
The mascots 400 was unfair.
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