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Top 20 Canadians 2019 Performances Indoor (Jan 20)

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    Dave Galloway said 2 months ago

    Sadly I see jumpers fall off the radar after highschool. Any program that built around this would be very successful. I have built a great program at the high school level over the past few years and excited to unleash them

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    Hmmm... said 2 months ago

    So a 1H10 HM is better than a 1:02?

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    IAAF points don't seem to match up very well female to male (vice versa). Mercier calculator has always been a much better conversion to compare male and female results vs. IAAF points

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    rsb3 said 2 months ago

    The word "Indoor" should not be included on these lists.

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    How many laps is a marathon on an indoor track? someone do the math please.

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    Quoting: Hmmm...
    "So a 1H10 HM is better than a 1:02?"


    Mens 1/2 WR 58:18- Evans time 1:02:13
    Womens 1/2 WR 1:04:51- Natashas time 1:10:33

    Evan is 4min55sec off WR
    Natasha is 5min42s off WR

    Not exactly sure how the points are given but simply from this math Evans run is more impressive.

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    Obvious said 2 months ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Not exactly sure how the points are given "


    That's an easy problem to address with this cool site on the internet that can be found at google.com:
    https://www.iaaf.org/news/iaaf-news/scoring-tables-2017

    "Due to obvious biological differences, they aren’t intended to be used to compare men’s and women’s performances, so the system contains scoring tables for men’s and women’s events respectively.

    Statistical data has been analysed every year since the last edition of the IAAF scoring tables – including performances from 2014, 2015 and 2016 – and has been used to produce this latest edition of the scoring tables."

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Mens 1/2 WR 58:18- Evans time 1:02:13
    Womens 1/2 WR 1:04:51- Natashas time 1:10:33

    Evan is 4min55sec off WR
    Natasha is 5min42s off WR

    Not exactly sure how the points are given but simply from this math Evans run is more impressive."


    It you consider all time rankings by athlete:
    1257 different Men have run 62:00 and under.
    417 different Women have run 70:00 and under.

    So Natasha's 1:10:33 ranks her much higher (overall rankings) than Evans 1:02:13. I would say Men's rankings are probably much "deeper" than Women's and in turn the points tables might be more favourable to women rankings if you're going to do straight comparisons.

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    GoogleCalculator?? said 2 months ago

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    "How many laps is a marathon on an indoor track? someone do the math please."


    Depends on the track of course:

    200m tracks - 210.975 laps

    UWashington, Iowa State, Spire, etc (300m) - 140.65 laps

    Ottawa - 105.4875 laps

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "How many laps is a marathon on an indoor track? someone do the math please."


    Maybe like 201.5 lol

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    Marathon Fanboy said 2 months ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "How many laps is a marathon on an indoor track? someone do the math please."


    42,195m
    Let's round it to 42,200m
    So 5 laps would be 1k
    100 laps would be 20k
    200 laps would be 40k
    210 laps would be 42k

    So the answer would be 211 laps = 42.2km

    Outdoor Track 105.5 laps

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    Trackie said 2 months ago

    Top 30 as of Jan 27: https://www.trackie.com/track-and-field/Articles/top-30-canadians-2019-performances-indoor-jan-27/16146/

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