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    Oordegem, July 5
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    Leo Manzano 2nd in 800, 1:46.32 to Alex Rowe (AUS), 1:44.74 PR.

    Several US barnstorming 1500 guys:

    3. Pat Casey 3:35.32 PR
    4. Will Leer 3:35.48
    6. Garrett Heath 3:35.97
    8. Jack Bolas 3:36.71
    10. German Fernandez 3:38.11
    This is Fernandez' 3rd-best time and best since 2012, when he set his PR of 3:34.60 for 7th at ISTAF. He rabbited part of the Eugene 5000.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shank
    US barnstorming 1500 guys:
    3. Pat Casey 3:35.32 PR
    4. Will Leer 3:35.48
    6. Garrett Heath 3:35.97
    Nice - it wasn't that long ago that a 3:35 was a superb PR for an American!
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    Solinsky 8:00.46 in 3000.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shank
    Leo Manzano 2nd in 800, 1:46.32 to Alex Rowe (AUS), 1:44.74
    Rowe's mark is significant on the AUS a-t list: he is now 3rd, behind

    1:44.40A Ralph Doubell (Mexico City 1968)
    1:44.48 Jeff Riseley (Lignano 2012)
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    [quote=Master Po]
    Quote Originally Posted by "Alan Shank":17f79402
    Leo Manzano 2nd in 800, 1:46.32 to Alex Rowe (AUS), 1:44.74
    Rowe's mark is significant on the AUS a-t list: he is now 3rd, behind

    1:44.40A Ralph Doubell (Mexico City 1968)
    1:44.48 Jeff Riseley (Lignano 2012)[/quote:17f79402]

    You can get rid of that A. The altitude aid/hindrance was a wash at 800 (IMNSHO!)
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    You are welcome to get rid of that "A", but I transcribed these marks --- including the"A" --- from the all-time list at Athletics Australia, so I will let the "A" remain. Thank you for the advice, in any case.
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