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    not too shabby

    w800 Athing Mu (NJHS) 2:01.38

    meanwhile . . . at Freihofer's, a blast from the past

    w5000 17:59 Melody Fairchild age-45

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    1 COBURN, EMMA 4:05.24
    2 SCHLACHTENHAUFEN, HELEN 4:05.49
    3 MCGEE, CORY 4:05.90
    4 BROWN, CE'AIRA 4:06.06
    5 PRAUGHT-LEER, AISHA 4:06.22
    6 OSIKA, SHANNON 4:06.28
    7 GREEN, HANNA 4:06.66
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    That is the second fastest 1500 of Coburn's career, I think. PB is 4:05.10, from 2015 Pre Classic. Also a PB for Schlachtenhaufen.

    Mu's 2:01.38 puts her #6 performer, #8 performance a-t HS. It's also a rather huge PB: previous outdoor best 2:04.51; indoor 2:03.98. 17th birthday later this week (8 June).
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    Sage Hurta won that 800, in a significant PB of 2:00.99 (previous 2:04.43 from last year). Apart from what I just browsed on her IAAF profile, I know nothing about her. She is 20yo, soon to be 21 later this month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Po View Post
    Sage Hurta won that 800, in a significant PB of 2:00.99 (previous 2:04.43 from last year). Apart from what I just browsed on her IAAF profile, I know nothing about her. She is 20yo, soon to be 21 later this month.
    Colorado redshirt: https://www.tfrrs.org/athletes/59667...age_Hurta.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by gm View Post
    I find it interesting that Colorado is claiming this as a school record, even though she's redshirting this year.

    https://twitter.com/CUBuffsTrack/sta...99711897620480
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    If she did not redshirt, she will be the collegiate leader in 800 and 1500m.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tandfman View Post
    I find it interesting that Colorado is claiming this as a school record, even though she's redshirting this year.

    https://twitter.com/CUBuffsTrack/sta...99711897620480
    It's my impression that most schools do not follow T&FN collegiate list conventions when claiming their records.

    Oregon claims Cruz's 1:41.77 in Cologne August '84, two months after his last NCAA competition for them. I know my own undergrad institution claims a 1500m record run in July two months after the athlete's graduation.

    Records are whatever the entity setting the records says they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by player View Post
    Records are whatever the entity setting the records says they are.
    Exactly, as they should be.
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    I wouldn't argue with that. But I wonder how many schools would recognize a mark set by a redshirt as a school record.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tandfman View Post
    I wouldn't argue with that. But I wonder how many schools would recognize a mark set by a redshirt as a school record.
    Well, they are typically enrolled in the college and 'on' the team (redshirting), so I'm fine with it. If they weren't even enrolled, that'd be another thing.
    It's a not uncommon thing in Fla for home-schooled kids to be trained by club coaches, but 'represent' a school in state competition, and that's a little iffy for me for the school to claim a record. They're wearing the shirt, but that's about it.
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