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Anonymous said 5 days ago

Guelph 4x400m teams

Men's team set school, collegiate and Canadian records.
Women's team set school and collegiate records.
Amazing!

But from what I understand the records don't count because of the oversized track... or do they.

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    Anonymous said 5 days ago

    Is there such a thing as Canadian Collegiate records? I don't think USport keeps track of such a thing. And it's definitely not a Canadian record because the track is oversized

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    Anonymous said 5 days ago

    The collegiate records will count but national rec. won’t be ratified because of the oversized track.

    Incredible runs. Goes to show how much culture and teamship matters to developing relays. A College team that is as good as any national team we’ve put on the track. I believe young Myles Misener trains in Guelph as well, so hopefully the 4x4 can grow life and build for the future with a bit of a “home base”.

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    Anonymous said 5 days ago

    oversized tracks do not count for records.

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    Track West founder said 5 days ago

    The USport record is a meet record, so a record can only be set at the USport Championship. Oversized tracks do not count for any AC records.

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    Anonymous said 5 days ago

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    "The collegiate records will count but national rec. won’t be ratified because of the oversized track.

    Incredible runs. Goes to show how much culture and teamship matters to developing relays. A College team that is as good as any national team we’ve put on the track. I believe young Myles Misener trains in Guelph as well, so hopefully the 4x4 can grow life and build for the future with a bit of a “home base”."


    will those guys be in school next year?

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    Anonymous said 5 days ago

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    "will those guys be in school next year?"


    I thought I read in the NCAA 2019 commitments thread that Myles is going to UCLA.

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    Anonymous said 4 days ago

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    "I thought I read in the NCAA 2019 commitments thread that Myles is going to UCLA."


    Ya and doesn't he train out of Hamilton now?

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    Anonymous said 2 days ago

    They mention a collegiate or USports record here numerous times. I can't imagine the centre of excellence would state records if there wasn't a list somewhere. I mean, give them the benefit of the doubt.
    https://gryphons.ca/news/2019/2/11/track-and-field-t-f-gryphons-show-their-class-on-us-soil.aspx

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    Caymantan said 1 day ago

    Oversized track = no record other than a facility or meet record

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    Anonymous said 1 day ago

    Why shouldn't oversized tracks count for records? According to the NCAA conversions there is no measurable performance difference

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    Anonymous said 1 day ago

    ^^ no difference to a banked 200m track that is

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    Anonymous said 1 day ago

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    "Why shouldn't oversized tracks count for records? According to the NCAA conversions there is no measurable performance difference"




    Athletics Canada isn't the NCAA - they can make whatever rules they want.

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    Anonymous said 1 day ago

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    "They mention a collegiate or USports record here numerous times. I can't imagine the centre of excellence would state records if there wasn't a list somewhere. I mean, give them the benefit of the doubt.
    https://gryphons.ca/news/2019/2/11/track-and-field-t-f-gryphons-show-their-class-on-us-soil.aspx"



    Guelph has a good propaganda machine to help their recruiting. This looks good in print.

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    Anonymous said 1 day ago

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    "Why shouldn't oversized tracks count for records? According to the NCAA conversions there is no measurable performance difference"


    Check again.

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    Anonymous said 1 day ago

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    "Check again."


    There’s no difference in their conversion charts

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    Anonymous said 1 day ago

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    "Is there such a thing as Canadian Collegiate records? I don't think USport keeps track of such a thing. And it's definitely not a Canadian record because the track is oversized"


    Why has no one answered this question? It would be very nice to see a compiled list of these Collegiate records.

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    Anonymous said 20 hours ago

    What are the Team Points Records at USports T&F? Do the Gryphons have a shot at these records this year?

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    Anonymous said 17 hours ago

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    "Why has no one answered this question? It would be very nice to see a compiled list of these Collegiate records."


    These do not exist anywhere.
    Also, USports is not athletics canada and could have their own rules for their records (ie. NCAA records can be from oversized).

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    Anonymous said 15 hours ago

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    "What are the Team Points Records at USports T&F? Do the Gryphons have a shot at these records this year?"


    I believe its 145 on the men's side. They came close in 2017. Could be close again this year. They currently have more than enough athletes in the top 12 to get it done.

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    Anonymous said 13 hours ago

    3:07 indoors for a COLLEGIATE team is pretty darn good. 46.x average per leg. I wouldn't have predicted CIS track would see a relay program get into that range. Not top tier NCAA good, but still competitive at just about any meet. Kudos

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    Anonymous said 12 hours ago

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    "What are the Team Points Records at USports T&F? Do the Gryphons have a shot at these records this year?"


    145.5 Men 2009
    154.5 Women 2011

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