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Zurg said 1 year ago

Adam Tait

Is Adam Tait actually competing in Canada again? It would be such a shame for a 3:42 guy to not bring his talents back to Canada

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    this adam tait meme needs to stop

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    buzzlightyear said 1 year ago

    Meme? Such slander! Frankly, I'm insulted that you'd overlook such a promising young athlete

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    Quoting: Zurg
    "Is Adam Tait actually competing in Canada again? It would be such a shame for a 3:42 guy to not bring his talents back to Canada"


    As great as Adam Tait is, I think you're forgetting about Windsor Lancer Josh Zilles. Guy is a beast and ready to have a monster season.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    I had heard that Adam was heading down to Harvard, I wonder what made him change his mind to race in the Netherlands as opposed to the speedy D1 competition.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    If he comes back to Canada he`ll have to watch out for the speed bumps, heard he`s not too good with those.

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    Zurg said 1 year ago

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    "I had heard that Adam was heading down to Harvard, I wonder what made him change his mind to race in the Netherlands as opposed to the speedy D1 competition."
    From my understanding you have to be smart to get into Havard

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    Zurg said 1 year ago

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    "If he comes back to Canada he`ll have to watch out for the speed bumps, heard he`s not too good with those."
    This a very true statement, However most countries have speed bumps. The thing Mr. Tait has to watch out for is the Canadian geese distracting him while running.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    I heard talk of a 4:25 beer mile but mitch cauchi deleted the video out of pure jealously

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

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    "I had heard that Adam was heading down to Harvard, I wonder what made him change his mind to race in the Netherlands as opposed to the speedy D1 competition."

    Whatever sold him on going to the Netherlands instead of Harvard must have been good. It seems to be working well for him after having such a killer year with a saucy new pb of 3:42

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    Mitch Cauchi said 1 year ago

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    "I heard talk of a 4:25 beer mile but mitch cauchi deleted the video out of pure jealously"

    It`s true. I`m still trying to run 4:25 for the k.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    with credentials like he has, Is he going to apply for the u of g job? Definitely could bring them to greatness

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    Boy! This Adam Tait guy seems greater then a Klondike Bar on a Summer day! Mans been running so fast you could consider his speed with a means of horse power!

    I can understand how some may be skeptical over this (underrated) hype! Yet, I used to know him back in high school, even in those days he was getting got!

    I clearly remember the Saint himself used to dress in all red and nickinicki9door all the homes your mommy warned you about! He said running from crips was way better speed training then the accelerations your coach made you do.

    Best of luck in the Netherlands, seems to be doing you good!
    Sincerely,
    A subpar runner

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    Enough with Adam Tait - lets talk about Mike Tate - 7:56 in Washington yesterday!!!

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    Zurg said 1 year ago

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    "Enough with Adam Tait - lets talk about Mike Tate - 7:56 in Washington yesterday!!!"
    Mike Tate is definitely a great Canadian talent, BUT, he has to step aside for the better tait, Adam

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    SilverbackGorilla said 5 days ago

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    "with credentials like he has, Is he going to apply for the u of g job? Definitely could bring them to greatness"


    I'll just leave this here

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    Anonymous said 5 days ago

    Quoting: SilverbackGorilla
    "I'll just leave this here"


    :o

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    Anonymous said 4 days ago

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    "I'll just leave this here"


    What are his credentials?

    Running success does not make you a qualified coach. Not even close.

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    Anonymous said 4 days ago

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    "What are his credentials?

    Running success does not make you a qualified coach. Not even close."

    He has coached his little sister, Martina Tait into running a 4:06 in Belgium last season. He has coached her the last few years and in the 3 years, brought her pb down by 1 minute and 3 seconds. This guy was born to be a coach just like Buckly Larsson was born to be a star.

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    Anonymous said 4 days ago

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    "What are his credentials?

    Running success does not make you a qualified coach. Not even close."

    I've talked to Adam Tait a few times, and even in our short interactions, his passion and knowledge for the sport really shined through. I have yet to meet someone as knowledgeable about the intricacies of distance running (or even running in general). A true student of the sport. I truly envy anyone lucky enough to receive any coaching from him, let alone a whole team of runners.

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    Actual Mitch Cauchi said 3 days ago

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    "It`s true. I`m still trying to run 4:25 for the k."


    TRUE

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