With great pacing and favorable weather
12:54.09 Bernard Lagat
12:54.58 Chris Solinsky
IT'S ON: Bernard Lagat or Chris Solinksy next 5000m AR at Bislett
chris going back door wrote:
NO, I was somebody who typically raced much better than I trained. The people who struggled were often the ones who perhaps had too much adrenaline coursing through their systems and they couldn't relax. YOU ARE AN IDIOT. Bekele's 26:17 proves NOTHING about adrenaline. NEXT.
Haha, you are making conclusions in your own mind. Wonderful!
Where else would anybody make conclusions? YOU ARE AN IMBECILE. I suppose you morons think Solinsky swallowed his adrenaline pills before this race so that he could run 12:56. Go back to school...
Here's the thing. Solinsky has shown he is in good shape. Yet, without warrant, people are attributing his fantastic fitness and kick to adrenaline. Nobody denies that adrenaline plays a factor in races, but too much adrenaline is NOT a good thing. To say that the ONLY reason Solinsky can kick like that is adrenaline without even backing up your claims is ludicrous.
you were saying . . . wrote:
Please shut up as you two should stick to junior varisty track in which you probably know alittle about and not elites. Two athletes who already ran 12:51 this season will be in the race and Lagat routintely outkicks Eluid Kipchoge (who ran 12:51 this year already). Eliud can request pacesetters for a designated pace and I'm sure he's gonna want to try and break away from or burn the speed out of Bernard Lagat.
So yeah 12:50 has alot to do with it- wake up or shut up!
Will you remind us now what 12:50 has to do with it?
12:50 has something to do with it because if they had run 3 or 4 seconds faster, they would have been under 12:50. Douchebag.
If you are referring to me, the point was that a new AR wouldn't "require a winning time of 12:50 or better." Read before you shoot your mouth off, jackass.
neither [will break the AR] . . . It probably requires a winning time of 12.50 or faster and i don't think anybody is capable of that now . . .
I don't think Bernard Lagat or Chris Solinsky has quite hit their season peak. The two maybe close but if they get in a steady sub 12:50 paced race and in their once they hit sharpening phase of their training:
Possible this season
12:48.09 Bernard Lagat
12:52.73 Chris Solinsky