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Sat Aug 15, 2009 10:48 pm

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I've searched and searched and I can't find the best times and average times for the 100 maters for the 45 and over age range.

I'd also like to see some times on the 200, 4 X 100 and the long jump.

Also...How do you become one of the members of the 4 X 100?


Thanks,


Johnny Sprints


Ps...I'm looking for times in the Indiana area where I will be mostly competing.



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Sun Aug 16, 2009 11:50 am

 
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Here's the US national rankings for the 45-49 age group...indoors 2009:

http://www.mastersrankings.com/rankings ... cyear=2009

Outdoors:

http://www.mastersrankings.com/rankings ... cyear=2009

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Tue Aug 18, 2009 11:17 am

 
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Thanks so much! But I'm not really looking at running against Willie Gault. Isn't there a Indiana list?

And maybe even some kind of class listing? (I'm certainly not in the top class)??

I'm trying to find out what I'll be up against if I run sprints against competitors from the Fort Wayne to South Bend area and the Indianapolis area.


Thanks,


Johnny



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Tue Aug 18, 2009 12:38 pm

 
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You mean you're not this guy??

http://www.mastersrankings.com/indresul ... 1220JOHNNY

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Tue Aug 18, 2009 12:42 pm

 
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Ok, seriously, there's over 100 entries on this list:

http://www.mastersrankings.com/rankings ... cyear=2009

You ran an 11 flat in HS. What can you do now, realistically? A 13 flat would have put you at #54 this season.

At least the list give you an idea of the very wide range in performances among your age group. Not many of them are Willie Gault.

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Fri Aug 21, 2009 3:42 pm

 
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Hey, thanks for all the info!

So tell me...If I did run a 13 flat (I was hoping for an 12 flat, but that was just a guess, or a goal with no information on the subject at all). where would that place me in Indiana local meets? Any idea? Competitive? Win a few? Lose every time?

Thanks for anything more you can help me with!


Johnny



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Fri Aug 21, 2009 4:01 pm

 
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You're making me do all the research!!

Here's results from the USATF Indiana masters state meet this summer:

http://www.inusatf.org/results/2009Open ... esults.txt

You would have gotten 2nd place with a 13 flat:

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Men 45-49 100 Meter Dash
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Name Age Team Seed Finals H# Points
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1 Shute, Marcus 46 Unattached 11.70 12.11 1 10
2 Zelmanski, Paul 49 Unattached 13.40 13.52 2 8

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Sat Aug 22, 2009 8:45 am

 
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Run something, jump something or throw something in a meet.

Best way to see how you will do against others.



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