Facts, Not Fiction

 

Search:

Type: Posts; User: jazzcyclist

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4
Search: Search took 0.07 seconds.
  1. Thread: 1:59...

    by jazzcyclist
    Replies
    224
    Views
    7,762

    Thanks Master403.

    Thanks Master403.
  2. Replies
    114
    Views
    2,939

    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...
  3. Replies
    114
    Views
    2,939

    This was my favorite scene from the movie "Walk...

    This was my favorite scene from the movie "Walk The Line".
  4. Thread: 1:59...

    by jazzcyclist
    Replies
    224
    Views
    7,762

    Short course prevention factor???

    Short course prevention factor???
  5. Replies
    378
    Views
    131,444

    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
  6. Thread: 1:59...

    by jazzcyclist
    Replies
    224
    Views
    7,762

    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.
  7. Replies
    97
    Views
    3,556

    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...
  8. Thread: 1:59...

    by jazzcyclist
    Replies
    224
    Views
    7,762

    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...
  9. Thread: 1:59...

    by jazzcyclist
    Replies
    224
    Views
    7,762

    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...
  10. Thread: 1:59...

    by jazzcyclist
    Replies
    224
    Views
    7,762

    I'm often at work during global championships and...

    I'm often at work during global championships and unable to watch them live, but IMO blissful ignorance is the only way to watch the World Championships and Olympics. Finding out what Matthew...
  11. Replies
    114
    Views
    2,939

    I'm not much of a country music fan either, but...

    I'm not much of a country music fan either, but I've found this documentary as compelling as Burns' "Jazz" documentary, despite the fact that I was familiar with 80-90% of the material covered in...
  12. Replies
    97
    Views
    3,556

    Additionally, global medals don't create as many...

    Additionally, global medals don't create as many income opportunities (eg. endorsements, speaking fees, etc.) in poor countries as it does in wealthy countries like the U.S.
  13. Replies
    97
    Views
    3,556

    Yep, if you want to find the best athletes, just...

    Yep, if you want to find the best athletes, just follow the money.
  14. Replies
    97
    Views
    3,556

    GH, I'm still trying to find out the minimum...

    GH, I'm still trying to find out the minimum number of entrants required for an IAAF-sanctioned road race. Certainly you know the answer, don't you?
  15. Replies
    97
    Views
    3,556

    2:14:04 = 5:07 pace

    2:14:04 = 5:07 pace
  16. Replies
    97
    Views
    3,556

    Do you have a couple of typos in this post are am...

    Do you have a couple of typos in this post are am I misreading this?
  17. Thread: 1:59...

    by jazzcyclist
    Replies
    224
    Views
    7,762

    I don't have a dog in this fight. Yeah, I know...

    I don't have a dog in this fight. Yeah, I know Hillary didn't do it alone, but he's far more celebrated than Tenzing, at least in the western mainstream media he is.


    The fact that you would use...
  18. Replies
    97
    Views
    3,556

    Unfortunately, she didn't get the reception...

    Unfortunately, she didn't get the reception befitting of such a monumental accomplishment. You got the feel of second-rate event watching NBC Gold. Hopefully, she'll get as much coverage in the...
  19. Replies
    97
    Views
    3,556

    It's amazing that 4 runners could be that close...

    It's amazing that 4 runners could be that close together after 26 miles.
  20. Thread: 1:59...

    by jazzcyclist
    Replies
    224
    Views
    7,762

    If Kipchoge is the marathon equivalent of Edmund...

    If Kipchoge is the marathon equivalent of Edmund Hillary, the first sub-2:00 marathoner in an IAAF-sanctioned race will be the equivalent of Reinhold Messner, the first man to climb Everest without...
  21. Thread: 1:59...

    by jazzcyclist
    Replies
    224
    Views
    7,762

    Can anyone provide a definitive answer to this...

    Can anyone provide a definitive answer to this question? Is the answer 5 for each sex which it appears to be according this document?
    ...
  22. Replies
    169
    Views
    5,941

    I guess that makes sense. The weather in Columbus...

    I guess that makes sense. The weather in Columbus was perfect last Saturday (low 70's at noon, low 60's at 10 PM), but I guess it was milder than what folks up there are accustomed to. Also, the bars...
  23. Thread: 1:59...

    by jazzcyclist
    Replies
    224
    Views
    7,762

    The science says that not only does it make a...

    The science says that not only does it make a different in track, but also that Kipchoge would have benefited even in zero-wind conditions.
  24. Replies
    221
    Views
    18,214

    You're right and I conceded that point in an...

    You're right and I conceded that point in an earlier post. Running a fast time may have been the furthest thing from her mind. Back in 2007, Sanya Richards admitted running conservatively for that...
  25. Thread: 1:59...

    by jazzcyclist
    Replies
    224
    Views
    7,762

    I agree with this, but I have to admit that I'm...

    I agree with this, but I have to admit that I'm somewhat surprised that you're the same person who once offered these opinions on the benefits of drafting.




    :)
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4