Jr. Nats: Andrews


#1

Through to the next round easily:

Men 800 Meter Run Junior

WJC Qual: $ 1:51.00
Name Year Team Prelims H#

Preliminaries
1 Casimir Loxsom Penn State $ 1:48.79Q 3
2 Nicholas Kaiser unattached $ 1:50.13Q 2
3 Robby Andrews Virginia 1:51.41Q 1
4 Christopher FitzSimons Hamden HS $ 1:49.36q 3
5 Darrin Gibson Florida State $ 1:50.74q 2
6 Gabriel Hilbert unattached $ 1:50.84q 2
7 Nathanael Litwiller Sacramento State 1:51.77q 1
8 Aduo Omot Augustana Co 1:51.90q 2
9 Casey Shade South Dakota 1:51.91 3
10 William Ledder unattached 1:51.97 1
11 Sean Grumney unattached 1:52.09 1
12 Dalen Fink unattached 1:52.28 2
13 Loe Momoh Arkansas 1:52.29 1
14 Shawn Roberts Georgia IT 1:52.55 1
15 Ryan Hagen Virginia Tech 1:52.66 1
16 Gabe Aragon New Mexico 1:53.77 3
17 Bruce Schmitz Wisconsin-La Crosse 1:54.41 2
18 Mohamed Hrezi Central Conn 1:55.21 3
19 Quincy Downing unattached 1:55.53 2
20 Robbie Scharold unattached 1:57.84 3
21 Paris Reddick-Simmons North Carolina A&T 2:04.04 2
– Elias Gedyon Quiet Fire TC DNS 3


#2

Will be interesting to see how FitzSimmons fares with Andrews and Loxsom. Is Greer too old for jr. race, or just called it a season?

Grote


#3

I think Greer is too old.

He’s entered in the Sr. 800, we’ll see if he actually toes the line. It’s been a long season for him.

However, it’s not as if he’s needed in XC, or anywhere before next March, so might as well have him run a bit more.


#4

Elijah ran and is through to the next round. Too bad he can’t mix it up with Loxsom and Andrews though, that would have been fun to watch.


#5

GTK? didn;t I say he was old, and you corrected me. back on dyestat?


#6

Robbie’s Flotrack interview is classic. He mentions its easier without the 6 foot 6 guy around. :slight_smile:


#7

Originally posted by king99@Jun 24 2010, 08:05 PM
GTK? didn;t I say he was old, and you corrected me. back on dyestat?

Your memory is correct…sort of.

http://www.talk.dyestat.com/showthread.php…highlight=greer

You were right, he is too old. You were also right, I did correct you.

But I was correcting that he was 19 in Oct of his senior year in h.s.

He was 18 in Oct of his senior year in h.s.
He was 19 in Oct of his freshman year in college.
Turns 20 this Oct, his sophomore year in college.


#8

Originally posted by GeorgieTheK@Jun 24 2010, 09:02 PM
[b] Your memory is correct…sort of.

http://www.talk.dyestat.com/showthread.php…highlight=greer

You were right, he is too old. You were also right, I did correct you.

But I was correcting that he was 19 in Oct of his senior year in h.s.

He was 18 in Oct of his senior year in h.s.
He was 19 in Oct of his freshman year in college.
Turns 20 this Oct, his sophomore year in college. [/b]

then why is he not in the Jr. 8?


#9

Originally posted by Show’EmTheRopes+Jun 25 2010, 08:52 PMQUOTE (Show’EmTheRopes @ Jun 25 2010, 08:52 PM) <!–QuoteBegin-GeorgieTheK@Jun 24 2010, 09:02 PM
[b] Your memory is correct…sort of.

http://www.talk.dyestat.com/showthread.php…highlight=greer

You were right, he is too old. You were also right, I did correct you.

But I was correcting that he was 19 in Oct of his senior year in h.s.

He was 18 in Oct of his senior year in h.s.
He was 19 in Oct of his freshman year in college.
Turns 20 this Oct, his sophomore year in college. [/b]

then why is he not in the Jr. 8? [/b][/quote]
Because he is too old.

JW


#10

[quote]Originally posted by 78Champ+Jun 25 2010, 07:55 PMQUOTE (78Champ @ Jun 25 2010, 07:55 PM) [quote]Originally posted by Show’EmTheRopes@Jun 25 2010, 08:52 PM
[b] <!–QuoteBegin-GeorgieTheK
@Jun 24 2010, 09:02 PM
[b] Your memory is correct…sort of.

http://www.talk.dyestat.com/showthread.php…highlight=greer

You were right, he is too old.


#11

[quote]Originally posted by Show’EmTheRopes+Jun 25 2010, 09:13 PMQUOTE (Show’EmTheRopes @ Jun 25 2010, 09:13 PM) [quote]Originally posted by 78Champ@Jun 25 2010, 07:55 PM
[b] [quote]Originally posted by Show’EmTheRopes@Jun 25 2010, 08:52 PM
[b] <!–QuoteBegin-GeorgieTheK
@Jun 24 2010, 09:02 PM
[b] Your memory is correct…sort of.

http://www.talk.dyestat.com/showthread.php…highlight=greer

You were right, he is too old.


#12

because if he turns 20 in oct 2010, then he is not too old to compete in the jr. level


#13

Originally posted by Show’EmTheRopes@Jun 25 2010, 09:37 PM
because if he turns 20 in oct 2010, then he is not too old to compete in the jr. level

http://www.usatf.org/events/2010/USAJunior…equirements.asp

Athletes, including dual citizens, must be at least 14 years old on the day of competition but not turn 20 years old during 2010.


#14

Originally posted by GeorgieTheK@Jun 25 2010, 09:57 PM
[b] http://www.usatf.org/events/2010/USAJunior…equirements.asp

Athletes, including dual citizens, must be at least 14 years old on the day of competition but not turn 20 years old during 2010. [/b]

oh true. rofl wish i knew that before i ever made that a goal to qualify, lmao. would’ve been so let down if i had actually hit the time lol.