Ofsaa Track Preds 2011
12/06/2010 11:17:36 PM
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might as well. early SB picks 3000 - xavier king 1500 - rob denault 800 - bj cunliffe(?) way too early to make good picks, who knows what woodfine, devries, and others will do but its always good fun to get 'er going.
might as well.

early SB picks

3000 - xavier king
1500 - rob denault
800 - bj cunliffe(?)

way too early to make good picks, who knows what woodfine, devries, and others will do but its always good fun to get 'er going.
12/07/2010 4:14:51 PM
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wow little bit late off the gun eh? senior boyz is were its at 800-Langille 1500-Denault 3000-Xavier steeple- xavier then toss up between a mix if he doesnt run
wow little bit late off the gun eh?

senior boyz is were its at

800-Langille
1500-Denault
3000-Xavier
steeple- xavier then toss up between a mix if he doesnt run
12/07/2010 5:51:08 PM
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what time did Yves run @ wj's? That could shape up as an epic race between him + rob
what time did Yves run @ wj's? That could shape up as an epic race between him + rob
12/07/2010 6:04:00 PM
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@Jo14 Yves ran a 3:49 PB at worlds, so it could be a strong race between him and denault, and maybe even King. Early bird call: Denaut for an ofsaa 1500 record Its obvious Yves is more of a distance guy as he came top-10 at AC seniors. the reason I'm saying denault can't match that is because at ofsaa, yves was basically jogging while denault had to work. I still think yves will have to work to win the 3000 against kichuck and king as the 3000 is basically the line between MD and D, but I can also see him being a threat for top-3 at AC Senior 10000 later on in june.
@Jo14

Yves ran a 3:49 PB at worlds, so it could be a strong race between him and denault, and maybe even King.
Early bird call: Denaut for an ofsaa 1500 record

Its obvious Yves is more of a distance guy as he came top-10 at AC seniors. the reason I'm saying denault can't match that is because at ofsaa, yves was basically jogging while denault had to work.
I still think yves will have to work to win the 3000 against kichuck and king as the 3000 is basically the line between MD and D, but I can also see him being a threat for top-3 at AC Senior 10000 later on in june.
12/07/2010 9:23:04 PM
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Sr Boys: 3000m Xavier King or Kichuk 1500m Hands Down Win For Denault 800m Bj Cunliffe? I dont think anyone has a faster Pb then him right now
Sr Boys: 3000m Xavier King or Kichuk
1500m Hands Down Win For Denault
800m Bj Cunliffe? I dont think anyone has a faster Pb then him right now
12/07/2010 9:29:38 PM
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@grant93 If Langille can't beat Cunliffe in a xc race what makes you think he can beat him in an 800?
@grant93

If Langille can't beat Cunliffe in a xc race what makes you think he can beat him in an 800?
12/07/2010 9:38:06 PM
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[quote=justrunit]@grant93 If Langille can't beat Cunliffe in a xc race what makes you think he can beat him in an 800?[/quote] @justrunit he probably think it because cross is what, 9 times longer than an 800m race? By suggesting little to no distance differences, your essentially saying that because usain bolt can beat David Rudisha in a 100 means that beating him in an 800 should be no probs, right? not a chance in hell.
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@grant93

If Langille can't beat Cunliffe in a xc race what makes you think he can beat him in an 800?


@justrunit
he probably think it because cross is what, 9 times longer than an 800m race? By suggesting little to no distance differences, your essentially saying that because usain bolt can beat David Rudisha in a 100 means that beating him in an 800 should be no probs, right? not a chance in hell.
12/07/2010 10:06:50 PM
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400- Tremaine Harris (unless Alistar came back for a victory lap?) 800- 1.Mo souleiman (if he runs) 2. Grieve 3. Cunliffe 1500 - 1.Denault 2.yves 3. king 3000 - 1.king 2.Kowalsky 3.Hendrix
400- Tremaine Harris (unless Alistar came back for a victory lap?)
800- 1.Mo souleiman (if he runs) 2. Grieve 3. Cunliffe
1500 - 1.Denault 2.yves 3. king
3000 - 1.king 2.Kowalsky 3.Hendrix
12/07/2010 10:19:27 PM
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@Jo14 does anyone have a 154 flat or faster than cunliffe pb, i dont think so
@Jo14

does anyone have a 154 flat or faster than cunliffe pb, i dont think so
12/07/2010 10:38:06 PM
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[quote=justrunit]@Jo14 does anyone have a 154 flat or faster than cunliffe pb, i dont think so[/quote] @justrunit we got you the first time, no need to be redundant. Mo soulieman and Andrew Costello have both run faster, add that to Rob Denault (153.34) and Kyle Grieve
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@Jo14

does anyone have a 154 flat or faster than cunliffe pb, i dont think so


@justrunit

we got you the first time, no need to be redundant.

Mo soulieman and Andrew Costello have both run faster, add that to Rob Denault (153.34) and Kyle Grieve
12/08/2010 7:06:44 PM
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I have changed my mind mohammed soulieman will win the eight hundred all other predictions will stand true unless yves decides to run the steeplechase
I have changed my mind mohammed soulieman will win the eight hundred all other predictions will stand true unless yves decides to run the steeplechase
12/08/2010 7:15:55 PM
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3000 is going to be a deep, intense race. 1500 aswell.
3000 is going to be a deep, intense race.

1500 aswell.
12/08/2010 7:56:13 PM
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@Jo14 Tell that to Olivier Collin. Or Taylor Milne. Or Nate Brannen. Or Cam Levins.
@Jo14

Tell that to Olivier Collin. Or Taylor Milne. Or Nate Brannen. Or Cam Levins.
12/08/2010 8:16:33 PM
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steeples gonna be fast this year all the lossas gonna make some top comp, for sure with x and bj, and wild card grady vanpinxteren, who beat out dylan brown at centrals last year
steeples gonna be fast this year all the lossas gonna make some top comp, for sure with x and bj, and wild card grady vanpinxteren, who beat out dylan brown at centrals
last year
12/08/2010 9:00:49 PM
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[/quote]...unless you enjoy listening to highschool boys puff out their chests[...] over the internet[/quote] @grant93 I don't, especially when they don't know what they're talking about. Centrals has their stars, but by no means are they deep. VanPixie won't make it past regionals again, don't count on it.
...unless you enjoy listening to highschool boys puff out their chests over the internet

@grant93 I don't, especially when they don't know what they're talking about. Centrals has their stars, but by no means are they deep. VanPixie won't make it past regionals again, don't count on it.
12/08/2010 10:10:26 PM
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[quote=gazoo]...unless you enjoy listening to highschool boys puff out their chests[...] over the internet @grant93 I don't, especially when they don't know what they're talking about. Centrals has their stars, but by no means are they deep. VanPixie won't make it past regionals again, don't count on it.[/quote] @gazoo You have to be crazy to say that Central region isn't deep, here is a list of the guys that are going to try and get a spot at OFSAA in the middle distance events: Rob Denault Xavier King Connor Darlington Eamon Kichuk Dylan Brown BJ Cunliffe Mike Pesce Matt Druken Andrew Langille Riley Olesky Brandon De Souza Brandon Kirkup I don't think I'm missing any other names but correct me if I'm wrong. With the exception of a few all of these guys have been OFSAA medalists or finalists in track and field. I don't think you can compare any other area to Central Region when it comes to depth.
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...unless you enjoy listening to highschool boys puff out their chests over the internet

@grant93 I don't, especially when they don't know what they're talking about. Centrals has their stars, but by no means are they deep. VanPixie won't make it past regionals again, don't count on it.


@gazoo

You have to be crazy to say that Central region isn't deep, here is a list of the guys that are going to try and get a spot at OFSAA in the middle distance events:
Rob Denault
Xavier King
Connor Darlington
Eamon Kichuk
Dylan Brown
BJ Cunliffe
Mike Pesce
Matt Druken
Andrew Langille
Riley Olesky
Brandon De Souza
Brandon Kirkup
I don't think I'm missing any other names but correct me if I'm wrong. With the exception of a few all of these guys have been OFSAA medalists or finalists in track and field. I don't think you can compare any other area to Central Region when it comes to depth.
12/08/2010 11:39:20 PM
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@canadian800 I've heard of 2 of those guys. Wasn't that Kichuk kid like 35th or something at OFSAA? That's not depth.
@canadian800 I've heard of 2 of those guys. Wasn't that Kichuk kid like 35th or something at OFSAA? That's not depth.
12/09/2010 10:35:35 AM
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800m Souliemon Denault Grieve Cunlife Langille 1500m Denault Darlington King Yves? Hendrix 3000m Yves King Darlington Kichuk Palamar Hendrix Steeple King? Piticariu Bourget Delaney Dylan Brown? These are just off the top of my head and mostly based on cross and track last year, the order could be easily switched around but the winners for most are pretty much right,
800m

Souliemon
Denault
Grieve
Cunlife
Langille

1500m

Denault
Darlington
King
Yves?
Hendrix

3000m

Yves
King
Darlington
Kichuk
Palamar
Hendrix

Steeple

King?
Piticariu
Bourget
Delaney
Dylan Brown?

These are just off the top of my head and mostly based on cross and track last year, the order could be easily switched around but the winners for most are pretty much right,
12/09/2010 5:11:25 PM
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[quote=gazoo]@canadian800 I've heard of 2 of those guys. Wasn't that Kichuk kid like 35th or something at OFSAA? That's not depth.[/quote] @gazoo You obviously don't follow the sport very closely, 5 of those guys were in the top 20 at OFSAA this year, and 3 in the top 5, so I guess you didn't look past the top 3 in the results to have missed Connor Darlington.
gazoo wrote:
@canadian800 I've heard of 2 of those guys. Wasn't that Kichuk kid like 35th or something at OFSAA? That's not depth.


@gazoo

You obviously don't follow the sport very closely, 5 of those guys were in the top 20 at OFSAA this year, and 3 in the top 5, so I guess you didn't look past the top 3 in the results to have missed Connor Darlington.
12/09/2010 8:41:37 PM
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The central region is definetly stacked, but basically look at the competition in all the regions (south, west, east) anyone who is going to even make ofsaa track is going to have to be very quick, take the west for example in the 1500 and 3000m there will be alot of fast guys competing for 4 spots (kowalsky, devries, hendrikx, wilson, bellemore, masters,jon martin, james milton, sam baxter...) this year will be pretty exciting in terms of depth in any age division (btw whos predicting a record going down in ofsaa 3000m this year)
The central region is definetly stacked, but basically look at the competition in all the regions (south, west, east) anyone who is going to even make ofsaa track is going to have to be very quick, take the west for example in the 1500 and 3000m there will be alot of fast guys competing for 4 spots (kowalsky, devries, hendrikx, wilson, bellemore, masters,jon martin, james milton, sam baxter...) this year will be pretty exciting in terms of depth in any age division (btw whos predicting a record going down in ofsaa 3000m this year)

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