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Have you ever run a mile on a hot day? What happens to your body temperature when you run? How many mile world records have been run in hot weather? The answers: I have run a mile on a hot day. It is harder. Your body temperature rises. You can stand around after a race for quite a while before cooling down. No mile world records, at least under 4, have been run in the 90s. Jim Ryun's 3:33.1 1500m world record was run in the mid 90s and no shade.

My friend,

This calculator told you that Centro's Olympic run was worth 3:29. You loved that and lauded it as proof of what you thought.

Then this calculator told you Ryun's run was worth 3:26. You loved that also and lauded it as proof of your opinion.

Now you find out that the calculator was being operated incorrectly and the times it was spitting out are random, and you change to start talking about the weather that day saying it cost him 6 seconds or whatever. Just stop.

These delusions you and venty have about Ryun are just that.
Ryun was a great runner of his time, I'm sure if he ran today he would be up there with Centro, Makh and the like. But he never ran 3:24 or 1:39. Sorry.

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