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2015 Boston Terrier: Charles Philibert-Thiboutot after winning the 3k

Interview with Charles after his 7:53 3000m at the Boston Terrier
Posted 2 years ago by Trackie | Source: Flotrack

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  • vladimir-runin User since:
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    Vladimir Runin said 2 years ago

    The triple is hard? But CPT, so are you. HARD AS FUCK.

    Actually though, props on the triple standard... and if he is in the 600 in Montreal as well could we see a quadra? Has anyone ever hit 4 standards before? Impromptu trivia engage.

    Wonder if he is doing a 600 if he is leaning towards the 1000/1500 double.

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    Oldster said 2 years ago

    Quoting: Vladimir Runin
    "The triple is hard? But CPT, so are you. HARD AS FUCK.

    Actually though, props on the triple standard... and if he is in the 600 in Montreal as well could we see a quadra? Has anyone ever hit 4 standards before? Impromptu trivia engage.

    Wonder if he is doing a 600 if he is leaning towards the 1000/1500 double."


    When the longest distance was 5k, Dave Reid (running for York) had standard from 600 to 1500 (and actually ended up winning the 600 and 1000 at OUAs), and could easily have had it at 5k, since he had been CIS XC silver medalist as a rookie, and would go on to run 7:50 during his brief foray into the NCAA (for Auburn, in what would have been his 4th year in the CIS). He ran 3:37.8 at age 20 to break the then Canadian senior 1500m record.

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  • oldster User since:
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    Oldster said 2 years ago

    P.S. Reid still holds the York facility record in the 3k (8:04), which he set as a rookie. That's right, 8:04 at York.

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    Obvious said 2 years ago

    Quoting: Vladimir Runin
    "Has anyone ever hit 4 standards before? Impromptu trivia engage.

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    Byron Goodwin had a pretty decent CIAU championships in 1995, although that also included relay duties.

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    Andrew Jones said 2 years ago

    Yeah, Reid was a beast, for sure. Oldster will remember this, but we had a supreme runner back in those days in London, Chris Brewster, and yet whenever he faced Reid he couldn't beat him. I think there was a year difference between the two, but considering that Chris ran an 8:13 (solo, of course) on an asphalt track at UWO here London as a Junior Boy at WOSSA, you can see how good Reid was.

    I remember a superb long-sprinter/mid-d guy named Marchand some years ago from Sherbrooke. I'm sure he did the 300/600/1000 triple. I don't think he did the 1500m, but maybe?

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    Vladimir Runin said 2 years ago

    Awesome responses... man people are good at this whole running thing. 8:04 in York is pretty gross. Kelly Weibe went 8:06 I believe on Regina's track his senior year... also not to bad I would say!

    Maybe there will be hope for a CIS record 3k at Windsor if someone just goes and gets after it.

    Relay standards are still impressive to be part of teams for sure, not sure if it is the same. Of course only distance runners could feasibly triple/quadra standard individually, as a 60-300-600 triple is a pretty wide range of energy systems.

    On the topic of relay duty, Mike Saizew ran the 600m and on all three relays for Calgary back in the day, in the same vein as Goodwin.

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    CPT! CPT! CPT! VIVA LAVAL

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    Quoting: Andrew Jones
    "Yeah, Reid was a beast, for sure. Oldster will remember this, but we had a supreme runner back in those days in London, Chris Brewster, and yet whenever he faced Reid he couldn't beat him. I think there was a year difference between the two, but considering that Chris ran an 8:13 (solo, of course) on an asphalt track at UWO here London as a Junior Boy at WOSSA, you can see how good Reid was.

    I remember a superb long-sprinter/mid-d guy named Marchand some years ago from Sherbrooke. I'm sure he did the 300/600/1000 triple. I don't think he did the 1500m, but maybe?"


    Marchand was on the podium in the 60m hurdles, won the 300m, 600m, 4x200, 4x400. Has to be one of the most impressive mutli-event winner in the CIS considering how all these event require different skills. I'd say Ryan Mckenzie (600-1000-1500-4x400-4x800, all gold?) and David Gill (600-1000-1500 gold, 4x800 medalist) are up there as well, although the level of competition was a lot weaker when they were at the peak of their supremacies.

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    RMAC said 2 years ago

    Mckenzie went gold in the 600(1:19.3), 1000(2:23.1), 1500(3:52.3) and 4x800(7:36.7) in 2004. Windsor was 3rd in the 4x4 and I don't think Mckenzie raced it that year. The depth wasn't there but the 1000m was impressive and his leg in the 4x800 was equally impressive. Not sure the split but Uvic had a pretty big lead going into the final leg.

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    Quoting: Vladimir Runin
    "The triple is hard? But CPT, so are you. HARD AS FUCK.

    Actually though, props on the triple standard... and if he is in the 600 in Montreal as well could we see a quadra? Has anyone ever hit 4 standards before? Impromptu trivia engage.

    Wonder if he is doing a 600 if he is leaning towards the 1000/1500 double."


    Gabriela Stafford currently has hit 4 standards (5 if you count the 4x8)

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    NC Blogger said 2 years ago

    Lots of runners had 4+ standards. In the late 90's Sarah Dillabaugh had the 600 - 3K, although the standards now are considerably tougher. She ended up with 4 medals at CIS -, 1000 (gold), 1500 (silver), 4x4 (bronze) and 4x8 (gold), but could have just as easily had one in the 3K if she had opted for that over the 1000.

    Doing the 1000 - 3K triple would require some serious 'Levins style' kahunas. I would doubt it would be on the cards if there was a 4 x 800 to be raced as well though. 1000, 3K, 4 x 800 all within the space of what - 2 hours? tough.

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    NC Blogger said 2 years ago

    Quoting: Vladimir Runin
    "Relay standards are still impressive to be part of teams for sure, not sure if it is the same. Of course only distance runners could feasibly triple/quadra standard individually, as a 60-300-600 triple is a pretty wide range of energy systems."


    60, 60mH and 300? or 60 - 60mH and a horizontal jump? 60 LJ and TJ?

    Maybe tougher to win all three, but the possibility of doing all three (and doing well) exists.

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    K FARR said 2 years ago

    Former Decathlete, U of Windsor Mike Nolan was a CIS qualifier in the 60M hurdles, Long jump, Pole Vault and Shot. This was a at time when there was no CIS Pent. He also ran 4 x 200 Legs. During this time Windsor also had Kelly Dinsmore on the womens side in the Long, Triple, 600m and relays.

    Not a 100% certain the York women of the mid to late 80's may have had a few multi qualifers. I believe they won CIAU as it was called then with like 6 women competitors.

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    Brewster's a 519 legend

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    Quoting: Vladimir Runin
    "The triple is hard? But CPT, so are you. HARD AS FUCK.

    Actually though, props on the triple standard... and if he is in the 600 in Montreal as well could we see a quadra? Has anyone ever hit 4 standards before? Impromptu trivia engage.

    Wonder if he is doing a 600 if he is leaning towards the 1000/1500 double."



    Gabriela Stafford

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