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RunNaked

Berry vs. Keveren

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So, now that the we are in the middle of the season I want to know what everyone thinks now. From what I have heard Keveren has ran around 9:36 in the 3200 after running a five minute first mile. Berry ran 9:24 for the full two mile last week in Mobile. He came out with a P.R. in indoor running 9:28 for the conversion to 3200. I have not seen any results from Keveren in the mile. I know Keveren is coming off an injury so im waiting to see what he'll do.

 

What does everyone else think??

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QUOTE(AEtheridge @ Apr 13 2007 - 01:16 PM) 826436847[/snapback]I think you've left more than a few out of the picture in AAA:

 

Chandler

Cole

Tipton

O'Donnell

Sonnenfeldt

Vasquez

 

 

what about edelman who went 934 in the same meet berry went 924

 

and gilreath went 1:51.39, is he gonna get a chance with good competition to break the record? NON maybe or the distance carnival?

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QUOTE(thecrippler2222 @ Apr 13 2007 - 03:22 PM) 826436933[/snapback]what about edelman who went 934 in the same meet berry went 924

 

and gilbreath went 1:51.39, is he gonna get a chance with good competition to break the record? NON maybe or the distance carnival?

 

 

His name is Gilreath no B.

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QUOTE(thecrippler2222 @ Apr - 02:22 PM) 826436933[/snapback]what about edelman who went 934 in the same meet berry went 924

 

and gilbreath went 1:51.39, is he gonna get a chance with good competition to break the record? NON maybe or the distance carnival?

 

 

Yes, sorry about that. Edelman is clearly a 1600/3200 threat.

 

I didn't think for a minute about Gilreath. No one in Tennessee is going to touch him even if he tries the insane 400/800 double.

 

If you asked me, Gilreath is the male track star of the year--no one else close.

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QUOTE(AEtheridge @ Apr 13 2007 - 01:16 PM) 826436847[/snapback]I think you've left more than a few out of the picture in AAA:

 

Chandler

Cole

Tipton

O'Donnell

Sonnenfeldt

Vasquez

 

 

 

Yea sorry, I dont mean to count those guys out in any way, I was just trying to bring up the whole "Berry/Keveren" debate once again since it seemed like such a big topic back in the XC season.

 

But as far as those guys go I would put my money on Chandler having the best chance of being on top in the 3200 and I'm looking for Sonnenfeldt to really make the 1600 interesting this year.

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QUOTE(AEtheridge @ Apr 13 2007 - 06:37 PM) 826436988[/snapback]If you asked me, Gilreath is the male track star of the year--no one else close.

 

Gotta agree with that too.

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QUOTE(Coniglio @ Apr 13 2007 - 09:23 PM) 826437039[/snapback]Gotta agree with that too.

 

 

i think he is overrated. just kidding. i'd like to clone abou 46 of him.

 

i agree with ae. 3200 in aaa is going to be sick. i'd even like to go out on a limb and say neither keveren or berry will get the title. they were the cc favorites, but track is a different ball game.

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QUOTE(gphstrack @ Apr 13 2007 - 09:25 PM) 826437095[/snapback]i think he is overrated. just kidding. i'd like to clone abou 46 of him.

 

i agree with ae. 3200 in aaa is going to be sick. i'd even like to go out on a limb and say neither keveren or berry will get the title. they were the cc favorites, but track is a different ball game.

 

 

 

A different ballgame for sure, but Sean is a MUCH better track runner than he is a cross country runner, so I don't know what you are trying to say. Noone will touch Keveren or Berry in the 3200 at state. Berry will for sure take it out hard, and as a teammate of Sean's I know he has said that he will not let the pace lag. This will string out the competitors very quickly. I think it will be a battle of the ages and one of them may have to go under 9:10 to beat the other.

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QUOTE(bwoodrunner @ Apr 17 2007 - 11:41 AM) 826439419[/snapback]A different ballgame for sure, but Sean is a MUCH better track runner than he is a cross country runner, so I don't know what you are trying to say. Noone will touch Keveren or Berry in the 3200 at state. Berry will for sure take it out hard, and as a teammate of Sean's I know he has said that he will not let the pace lag. This will string out the competitors very quickly. I think it will be a battle of the ages and one of them may have to go under 9:10 to beat the other.

 

 

this will be solved may 5th

 

will be the best race in tennessee this year thus far.. by a long way

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