RunniNirvana wrote:2. Of the top three fastest times recorded in the NCAA DIII outdoor championships at 1500, how many Goats are represented?
Lanhammer Time wrote:1
RunniNirvana wrote:3. What is the fastest 1500 ever recorded by a decathlete at the Olympics?
nathan patton wrote:Fastest decathlon 1500 in the Olympics -- 4:05.91 by Leonid Litvinenko in 1972.
RunniNirvana wrote:4. Which current Goat is the son of a DIII All-American?
nreynold wrote:4. Ben Siquieros
Armando "Mando" Siquieros was 11th in 1982 for U.C. Santa Cruz.
1. Nicolae Manciu, St. Thomas 26:06
2. John Brink, Calvin 26:18
3. Greg Rapp, Glassboro 26:20
4. Tony Bluell, North Central 26:29
5. Rob Edson, Colby College 26:37
6. Robert Dunphey, North Central 26:39
7. Mark Burns, Otterbein 26:44
8. George Patriarca, Brandeis 26:44
9. Jay Rogers, North Central 26:45
10. Jim White, Mt. Union 26:46
11. Armando Siquieros, UCalif-San.Cruz 26:47
12. Michael Sheely, Haverford 26:48
1. Mark Whalley, Principia 25:25
2. Michael Axinn, U. of Chicago 25:45
3. Mike Short, Carnegie-Mellon 25:50
4. Steve Underwood, Hope 25:51
5. Todd Schafer, Carleton 25:52
6. George Patriarca, Brandeis 25:54
7. Bernard Prabucki, SUNY Fredonia 25:56
8. Armando Siquieros, UCalif-Santa Cruz 25:58
nreynold wrote:1. Tony Sandoval
Just a guess, I can't find PRs.
RunniNirvana wrote:1. What is the fastest 1500 time for an American with a sub-2:10 marathon PR? (read carefully: this could be considered a trick question)
RunniNirvana wrote:5. What is the full name of the trail loop that circles the Haverford Arboretum that Goats run around on a daily basis?
I have run 3:41 for 1500m which equates to a sub 4 minute mile and hopefully by the end of the day on October 5th my marathon PR will be outstanding enough to be one of the fastest mile-marathon Americans of all time. I wonder what a list of the best would look like?
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