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Ancient Art of Dim Mak
RE: talent = times and championships
Here's the thing I want to know, if Renato will answer:
As we are speaking about improvements, let's speak about what has to be the most spectacular improvement EVER on an elite level:
28:19, lapped by Gebrselassie, to 26:30, 1 second behind Gebrselassie. The first was Kemboi on May 31, at Hengelo, the second on September 5, same year, at Brussels.
That is 1:49 off the 10K, already from a 28:19 runner. How is THAT possible? Why are there no other runners within HAILING distance of that type of progression?
Can you find a single other runner that even took THIRTY SECONDS, much less ONE HUNDRED AND NINE (1:49), off their 10,000 meter performance while already at a high level?
And, to add to that above caveat, what other 28:00 runner has done that IN TWELVE WEEKS?
Renato, that is one for you to answer.
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