What the eff? wrote:
Gregson: 18 years old 3.41 1500m, 29.09 10km.... (beating olympians)
Fernandez: 7.59 3km, and waaaaaay too much hype.
Too bad you're making up facts idiot.
Gregson's PRs are 1:51.84, 3:43.84, 8:01.26 and 14:01.66. He has never run 29:09 for 10k. He is 18 years, 177 days old.
Fernandez, who doesn't turn 18 until November 2, ran 4:00.29 (worth 3:43.9), 7:59.83 (split) and 8:34.40.
According to the IAAF tables, Fernandez's 8:34.40 is equal to 3:41.9, 7:55.9, 13:38.9, and 28:40.3.
Gregson is the same league as Fernandez, but falls just short when the measuring tape comes out.
too bad you don't know your facts before you start waving the idiot wand my boy.
Do you think it is peak track season for Gregson too? the 3.41 was just an early season hit out.. to grab some titles.
By running 3.41 and 29.09 within weeks, Gregson has shown he is ready run sub 13.30 and sub 7.50 on the track this summer.
Gregson has moved on from the athlete he was in March, even since world Juniors where he bagged a pair of 5th places in the 1500m and 5km... beating Forrester in the process, and where was Fernandez when the best in the world were sorting themselves out???