Bwahahahahaha ! Nice call, bro.
voice of clarity wrote:
If Heath doesn't take it, winner runs no faster than 3:57. If Merber wants to really "host", he should commit to getting the field through 1200 at 2:54.
Thanks. That link has all of the results. Here are the elite results.
Only highschool kids and old people post here. You knew that.
Oh god we have high school kids posting on here
Shush! People will start calling you a lunatic merber fanboy. You have been warned.
Deer Kyle Merber:
You are officially my new favorite US elite. Keep up the great work!
Craig Lutz Fan wrote:
Why would anyone watch a mile when you can watch a half marathon? Rumour has it the almighty Craig Lutz is putting together a half marathon on a track for next April. #LutzGrind
Seriously his is an awesome idea, I wasn't able to attend, but I'm pleased to hear so many people had a great time and some fast times were run ( ran? ) !
You probably made Kerri's day too. I doubt she's signed many autographs before. (Though if she keeps it up, she'll be signing a lot more!)
I got pictures with Kerri Gallagher and Kyle Merber and an autograph from Kerri!!
A power point presentation would help a lot. I'm being serious. I don't know all the inside jokes...
truth2022 wrote:Not Cool Bro wrote:^^ What this guy said. Get with the program dude, maybe we'll have to put together a power point presentation for you so that you understand the inside jokes on Letsrun.grammar Poooolice wrote:No, he meant "Deer". Very popular and well known inside joke on LetsRun. You can be excused for not knowing the joke, but not for being a grammar dick.KyleMerber wrote:Dear*
Deer Letsrun--Last year was my first summer as a professional, and I noticed there was a bit of a gap in the domestic racing circuit leading into 5th Avenue. The idea in creating this meet was basically to give athletes a chance to hop on the track one more time for a fast mile before the season ended. Since everyone was heading to NY anyway, and Long Island has an incredible running community, I thought this was a great opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Nick Willis and put on a race of my own.
It's the first year of the event, but the fields really came together and I think it's going to be something special. If you are in the area, it'd be awesome if you came out to St Anthony's High School to support the event. The elites will start at 8:30pm, and you'll be able to stand in the outside lanes and cheer us on. A huge motivation for this event is to reach the younger runners in a grassroots environment. If you have kids, or coach a high school team, I'd really appreciate it if they got a chance to see the race. And if anyone is interested in running, sign up is on LongIslandMile.com. If you aren't local, the race will be streamed live for free on RunnerSpace.com as well.
Hopefully we get a good crowd out and the race runs fast! In addition to some good rabbits, we are having a race leader bonus at 1309m in hopes that the kicks start early. Figure it's a fun variable to try out.
Here are the fields:
If you want to spread the word...that'd be cool too!