5000m (spoiler - don't open if you don't want to know!)

5000m (spoiler - don't open if you don't want to know!)

Post by SwStudi » Mon, 30 Aug 2004 03:19:43


El G won in 13:14.39 - the pace was very slow, and no one
really made a move until the final 200m or so, playing right into
his hands. It was very exciting to watch!

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5000m (spoiler - don't open if you don't want to know!)

Post by jo.. » Mon, 30 Aug 2004 04:29:26

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> El G won in 13:14.39 - the pace was very slow, and no one
> really made a move until the final 200m or so, playing right into
> his hands. It was very exciting to watch!

I hope I get to watch it on NBC.
I have no confidence in their printed schedules any more.
Heck, yesterday after the women's 10000m was over, I turned
on the TV here on the West Coast and the announcer says that
they will be showing that live in a little while.
Obviously, it was just a rerun of (I'm guessing) the live
telecast on the East Coast.

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