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ChileDuck

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  1. Outdoor track times are typically better since there are longer straights and less turns. Certainly their outdoor season will be managed to peak performances for championship events although you don't usually see records in these because they turn into tactical races because points toward team standing (and thus championships) are determined by place, not time. Also, things are complicated by it being an Olympic year and these athletes will be working to peak for the Olympic trials. But first they have to get that Olympic standard along the way so look for some fast time trial type races l
  2. You may have heard about Oregon's Cooper Teare running a new collegiate record in the indoor mile last week in Arkansas. If not I've included an excellent video breaking down the race below. [EDIT... Yes I missed the earlier thread about the record... sorry] But a funny thing happened on the way to the collegiate indoor mile records set last week by Teare and Cole Hocker. They also set records for the collegiate indoor 1500 meters, running the two best times at that distance too. It turns out that the race organizers were asked to set up official times for the 1500m splits to see i
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