Imagine if you are able ... these athletes running on cinders and in 1967 footwear. Now imagine how fast Jim Ryun would’ve run if he had carbon plates and floating over the rubberized carpets of 2019 ...? 3:29.9 & 3:47.6
Go away Ventolin wrote:
Ryun ran as fast as he could. Period.
Your spurious calculations don't help him to run any faster.
XC 666 wrote:
WRONG. The Swedes were actually the first to go sub 4 in like the 40s.
WRONG. Paavo Nurmi ran 4:10 in the 1920s.