Crimea RIver wrote:
Concerned Philosopher wrote:
She ran the equivalent of 4:07-4:08 while she was on a men’s team. I think that qualifies as a pretty good runner. I think you are missing. The part where she had to take an entire year off to bring her hormones and correlating physiological factors into line with the women she runs against - according to NCAA rules. Again - she doesn’t even crack the top 50 of NCAA D1 runners. Do your research. smh
Has improved 19 seconds already this season, and it is still early. Another 10-15 seconds and the tenor of the discussion will change markedly.
Her PR was 4:07-4:08 and now she's running 4:45. That's a 37-second slowdown. Try to keep these things in perspective.