Glad to see that he made his way out to Europe. Hopefully, he will get in a fast race.
Thanks for the link. What happened to ferlic?
Coming off Covid
big ups to Callum Davies for another PB. He's almost getting PB weekly on his first time running the circuit. A star in the making and I hope Australia's current crop of 1500m big dawgs are watching - wildly more consistent than Ramsden that's for sure!
Also, makes heaps of sense for the Very Nice TC bois to have a hitout here to start their Europa campaign as Nicky Willis used to run this back in the day annually.
So Beaslescomb is still unsponsored.
Surely he could get picked up by Puma or one of those types? He either doesn't have an agent or his agent is bad. If Dave Ribich or Jack Anstey can land a sponsorship surely Beadlescomb can.
Thanks for sharing! Fun watch. Kessler starting to look better again. His strength is coming on well. Was impressed by his fighting off the backstretch in the last 400. Also, his stride is so smooth, it's beautiful. I'm looking forward to see what he can do next year! Give that kid a year or two and he'll be great.
As I had said two days ago....he will have a deal soon and a solid one at that I believe.This was not a bad effort for he and Kessler, Kessler in first Euro trip flew in on Wednesday. Kessler has now run 4 of the top 5 U. S. U20 1500's of all time.
I'm starting to think that perhaps Kessler is not a 1500m runner... perhaps a 5000m guy.
Full vaxxed and boosted
Why?? Because he just ran another 15 inside of the All Time U.S. U20 top 5? In first race after flying over on first overseas trip? I think you are jumping the gun. How about until he gets to 21? Before we start "having" to have to move him up?
I also think Letsrun allowing the name of a U.S. runner to be allowed to be spelled and referred to like that is loathsome.
That race was a PB fest (other than a few guys, including Kessler).
Ribich seems like a nice guy, but how is he still sponsored?
Because if you are going to have a pro group like Brooks Beasts, you have to keep a big enough squad to pull your horses like Josh Kerr through his workouts.
Why? Because I've seen decades of young 1500m talent. He's great, he just doesn't have that explosive speed needed in the 1500m. He should continue developing, maybe get down to 3:32, but his breakthrough's will be in the 5000m if he stays fluid, healthy, and motivated.
Great run fellas. They would have finished 7th and 8th in Memphis this same weekend. Flights from Michigan to Italy must have been cheaper and more convenient than to Memphis.