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Stark said 1 week ago

2020 Senior Boys OFSAA 1500M Predictions

DAKOTA Goguen, 3:52.09 (2019 PB) 8:33.14 indoor 3K
JOE Fast 3:52.42 (2019 PB) No indoor racing
MASON, Jones 3:57.91 (2019 PB) 4:05.30 indoor but 400m
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Matt Mason 4:00.98 (2019 PB) 4:06.01 indoor pb
CAMERON Moir 3:59.70 (2019 PB) No indoor racing
MAX Davies 4:00.66 (2020 Indoor PB) Coverts to a 3:55
ERIC Campbell 4:03.61 (2019 PB) No indoor racing
PAU Illerbaig 4:02.11 (2019 PB) 4:06.47 Indoor 1500
TENNESSEE Tremain 4:00.39 (2019 pb) 4:04.82 indoor pb
JUSTIN Jelaca 4:06.25 (2019 PB) 4:06.90 indoor pb
AJANDAN Arulananthan 4:08.08 (2019 PB) 4:07.23 indoor pb
ROMAN Mirinov 4:11 (2018 PB) 4:12.19 indoor PB
Only 4 guys are in grade 12 on this list because it's either many of the grade 12's have fallen off since grade 10 or many have decent times from last year but haven't competed this indoor season. There are many grade 10's listed because most of them are having huge indoor season's like Max Davies with 4:00.66, Pau Illerbaig with a 1:55.30 800m, Tennessee Tremain with a 4:04.82, Justin Jelaca nearing his outdoor pb with a time of 4:06.90, Ajandan Arulananthan breaking his indoor PB and running 4:07.23, and Roman Mirinov running 8:56 in the 3K despite not being able to run for a year. All these grade 10's are doing a great job, and don't be suprised if any one of them medals at OFSAA in the 1500. Eric Campbell, Cameron Moir and Joe Fast haven't yet raced this indoor season, but they will also be looking very strong outdoors, hopefully. Does anyone have any idea what the top 8 are looking like in the Senior Boys OFSAA 1500m 2020.

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    Ummmm said 1 week ago

    You mean grade 11s right

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Larkin will win

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

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    "Larkin will win"


    Or, for that matter, Abdullahi. But we don't know if they will do 4-8 or 8-15.

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    Justrun said 1 week ago

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    "Or, for that matter, Abdullahi. But we don't know if they will do 4-8 or 8-15."


    Considering that he's only run 2 1500's in the last 2 years (according to the IAAF website), I would bet that he will do the 4-8 at OFSAA

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Goguen ran 8:33 indoors? at york?? Yikes.. when was the last time a senior boy was running that fast indoors?

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

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    "Goguen ran 8:33 indoors? at york?? Yikes.. when was the last time a senior boy was running that fast indoors?"


    Not very long ago

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

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    "Goguen ran 8:33 indoors? at york?? Yikes.. when was the last time a senior boy was running that fast indoors?"


    Davies ran 8:37 in the same race, and he is a year younger.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

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    "Goguen ran 8:33 indoors? at york?? Yikes.. when was the last time a senior boy was running that fast indoors?"


    Each of the last 2 years a Senior Boy has run faster.

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    his friend said 1 week ago

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    "Considering that he's only run 2 1500's in the last 2 years (according to the IAAF website), I would bet that he will do the 4-8 at OFSAA"


    He doesn't enjoy the 1500 but would do very well if he worked at it a bit more.

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    Willis said 1 week ago

    DAKOTA for first, Joe fast second, Pau Illerbaig Bajong third

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Ya 4 seconds slower, in the same race. Davies doesn't sound that fast. seconds works out to be 25 - 30 m?

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    mybrotherthedoctor said 1 week ago

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    "Goguen ran 8:33 indoors? at york?? Yikes.. when was the last time a senior boy was running that fast indoors?"


    Malleck, Gaitan, Mota, Hollinger last year Between 8:20-8:32. Campbell Lee the year before.
    Google “athletics canada indoor rankings” for a good data list.

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    BestCoach said 1 week ago

    He's not a pure 400/800 athlete and Wisco will fix that quick fast and in a hurry.



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    "He doesn't enjoy the 1500 but would do very well if he worked at it a bit more."

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

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    List of Wisco 400-800 guys?

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Abdullahi's 400 is much more impressive than his 1500

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

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    "Abdullahi's 400 is much more impressive than his 1500"


    Maybe for Canada. In the US, there are twenty high school guys faster than him indoors this year in the 400. In the 1500 (or mile with conversion), he was roughly in that same position last year outdoors compared to American high schoolers, despite only running one 1500.
    For comparison, in the 800, he was two seconds faster than any high schooler in the US last summer. That's where his comparative advantage lies right now. But his prospects for the 1500/mile are better than for the 400.

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    BestCoach said 1 week ago

    he hasn't spent 5 minutes training for the 1500/mile.
    he also does not know how to race.
    12-16 months from now he'll be ready to run a mile.
    24-36 months and he'll be race ready.
    in 2024 & 2028 he'll be dangerous if that's what he wants.



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    "Abdullahi's 400 is much more impressive than his 1500"

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    worstcoach said 6 days ago

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    sounds like you know him very well,

    are you his babysitter?

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    powerboy said 6 days ago

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    As a matter of fact he paced his friend Ed Hayfron for 800 at U of T on Friday. Absolutely walked 1:58. He could certainly have run one more lap at 60 right now!

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