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    Obviously by the time Kipchoge started picking up...

    Obviously by the time Kipchoge started picking up the pace inside the last kilometer he knew he would survive, but given what happened last time, I'll bet there was still doubt in his mind as late as...
  2. I have a program in which I'm able to timestamp...

    I have a program in which I'm able to timestamp every frame of a race video, and I have her going through 100m at 12.0s and Naser at 12.07s. Note that in the live video you can't see the 100m marks...
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    Only to folks who don't understand the STEM...

    Only to folks who don't understand the STEM fields is it meaningless.
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    It's not meaningless just because you don't know...

    It's not meaningless just because you don't know the units of measure or how to convert one to the other.
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    Good point. I guess it's in the eyes of the...

    Good point. I guess it's in the eyes of the beholder but as long as everyone has access to these shoes what's the big deal? The UCI drew the line in the advancement of bike designs when the designs...
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    That would depend on what unit of measure they're...

    That would depend on what unit of measure they're using. 4% greater energy efficiency doesn't mean 4% greater velocity.
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    Thanks gh. I guess it all comes down to the...

    Thanks gh. I guess it all comes down to the golden rule and TV executives wanting to air the Olympics during the only time of year in which there is no football, either of the international or...
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    What do you mean by *permit" and which TV...

    What do you mean by *permit" and which TV network(s) are you talking about? Anybody can lobby but doesn't the IOC make the final call? Also, what's changed since the Sydney Olympics?
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    Note that the last time Tokyo hosted the Olympics...

    Note that the last time Tokyo hosted the Olympics they were held in the middle of October.
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    I was surprised that nobody had brought this up...

    I was surprised that nobody had brought this up earlier. I think the 2019 Chinese women have no doubt replaced the 2001 Jamaican men as the most hapless relay team of all times. lol
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    It would have been foolish for him to run faster...

    It would have been foolish for him to run faster than 2:00 pace and risk blowing up before the finish, especially considering what happened last time.
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    Doh! Of course, Japan itself was under occupation...

    Doh! Of course, Japan itself was under occupation during the Korean War. We're talking 3 Olympics and 74 years, not 2 Olympics and 66 years. Thanks for the corrections.
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    Japan has hosted 2 Olympics since the Korean War...

    Japan has hosted 2 Olympics since the Korean War ended. Why now and why did South Korea co-host the 2002 World Cup with Japan if this is still such a contentious issue?
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    More from Pugh:

    More from Pugh:
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    I agree that having someone to chase is helpful...

    I agree that having someone to chase is helpful to running fast times but not necessary as the men have proven on many occasions. I like the idea of McLaughlin on anchor because no American woman has...
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    I don't know if it's legal in an IAAF-sanctioned...

    I don't know if it's legal in an IAAF-sanctioned race, but just having the pace car to keep him at an even pace, without the normal speed fluctuations of racing, undoubtably benefited Kipchoge,...
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    Thanks Master403.

    Thanks Master403.
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    Given their similar ages and geography, I would...

    Given their similar ages and geography, I would have been surprised if he hadn't crossed paths with Elvis, but Dylan was a different matter. However, his most unlikely pairing was with Louis...
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    This was my favorite scene from the movie "Walk...

    This was my favorite scene from the movie "Walk The Line".
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    Short course prevention factor???

    Short course prevention factor???
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    Maybe for a human but not for a large adult cat....

    Maybe for a human but not for a large adult cat.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7160713.stm
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    We should have Christian Coleman run on a cinder...

    We should have Christian Coleman run on a cinder track wearing leather spikes while we're at it.
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    If the men's and women's rules are supposed to be...

    If the men's and women's rules are supposed to be equivalent, it would seem that women should have to use female rabbits instead of male ones like Kosgei did today. Allowing her to use male rabbits...
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    I agree with you on this. When it comes to social...

    I agree with you on this. When it comes to social and political issues I look far beyond the MSM for information, but I'm not as meticulous when it comes to sports. I don't know as much about...
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    Yeah, I guess we are all wired differently. My...

    Yeah, I guess we are all wired differently. My brother claims it makes no difference to him either. I suppose when a race plays out according to form without any records being broken, I get equal...
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