Now that everyone i coached at Cornell should have graduated (key word is should), as a Princeton alum, I guess its time for me to lead the Callahan bandwagon. I saw in Race Results weekly he won a B heat in Europe in 3:39 on August 1 and thought to myself, "I wonder how faster he'd run if he got some competition."
Looks like he raced again.
From August 4th in Oordegem, Belgium:
1 Peter Callahan USA 3:37.88 PB
2 Julian Matthews NZL 3:38.72
3 Jeremy Rae CAN 3:39.82
4 Tom Lancashire GBR 3:40.64
5 Zak Patterson AUS 3:40.73 PB
6 Hamish Carson NZL 3:43.99
7 Luc Bruchet CAN 3:46.32
8 James Hansen AUS 3:47.36
9 Jan Adriaansen BEL 3:51.87 PB
10 Cédric Van De Putte 3:54.91
Not bad. Still got the win. I wonder how fast he'll run in Portland. Of course it will be the equivalent of running at like 3 in the morning.