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2016 CIS - Men 4x800 Final

Finals
1 University of Windsor 7:30.80 10
1) McArthur, Taylor 2) Kagumba, Joe
3) MacMackin, Nick 4) Bellemore, Corey
2 University of Victoria 7:30.84 8
1) Smith, Tyler 2) Penner, Isaac
3) Peterson, Cole 4) Restall, Brendon
3 Laval 7:35.55 6
1) Didier, Benoit 2) Raymond, Benjamin
3) Morin, Nicolas 4) Bussières, Alex
4 U of Alberta 7:35.78 5
1) Manz, Joren 2) Erickson, Kyle
3) Calef, Brendan 4) Van Mulligen, Matthew
5 University of Toronto 7:37.56 4
1) Klomp, Craig 2) Egzaw, Simon
3) DeVito, Ben 4) Smart, Sacha
6 University of Guelph 7:39.32 3
1) Anderson, Drew 2) Elkurdy, Mostafa
3) Patton, Mark 4) Kemp, Thomas
7 University of Sask 7:39.91 2
1) Kowalchuk, Ryan 2) Welsh, Jared
3) Dawson, Mackenzie 4) Porte, Jaden
8 Dalhousie University 7:41.86 1
1) Russell, Will 2) Wing, Jake
3) Johnson, Shiloh 4) Manuel, Adam
9 Trinity Western University 7:43.11
1) Marshall, Adam 2) Lam, James
3) Neufeld, Levi 4) DeJong, Tyler
10 University of Calgary 7:52.96
1) Wittig, Luc 2) Quinn, Colton
3) Yarmuch, Evan 4) Justinen, Roman
11 McMaster University 7:54.78
1) Kondrat, Nick 2) Napier, Matthew
3) Darlington, Connor 4) Tweedle, Jeff
Posted 5 years ago by Trackie | Source: CIS TV

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  • anonymous Anonymous
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    Anonymous said 5 years ago

    Best finish of the entire weekend. The anchor leg was silly!

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    Anonymous said 5 years ago

    Great race. Anyone know what MacMackin split? Closed in a ton. And Bellemore 1:49 high?

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    ????? said 5 years ago

    cant help but feel for restall here. what more can you do. bellemore is too much. what really stood out for me was macmackins leg for windsor. he really brought them back into that race

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    Rembrandt said 5 years ago

    This post was edited by Rembrandt 5 years ago . 
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    Anonymous said 5 years ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Great race. Anyone know what MacMackin split? Closed in a ton. And Bellemore 1:49 high?"


    1:51 high for MackMackin and a 1:49 mid for Bellemore

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    Anonymous said 5 years ago

    What a race. Great to see the depth of the Lancers and guys stepping up with a 1:47 guy on the sidelines. Hope to see Ullman healthy again for outdoors!

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    Question said 5 years ago

    Anybody knows what is up with Restall? He ran 47.30 in 2011, then ran 1:17.61 in 2014 in the 600m.. What's going on?

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    Andrew Jones said 5 years ago

    Quoting: Question
    "Anybody knows what is up with Restall? He ran 47.30 in 2011, then ran 1:17.61 in 2014 in the 600m.. What's going on?"


    Other than the possibility that you're commenting on his moving up in distance, maybe you're suggesting that in this race Restall didn't run up to the prior levels you quote? If this is what you meant, and after looking at the video, I don't think he underperformed much at all. Maybe his 1:51 or so here wasn't directly correlational to the 600m time mentioned, but that could be apples and oranges, given the track the 600m was run on vs. York, which most would agree I think isn't a fast track.

    In this race Restall had a tough task, as he had a top-notch runner not too-far behind him who had the advantage, in that he could gauge the situation (gap vs. distance run and to be run) as the leg progressed. And when Bellemore challenged him, Restall (twice) defended his position well. He couldn't do it a third time, and other than that, not much to criticize Restall on, I think.

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