Harvard's top 10 400 runners


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Harvard's top 10 400 runners

Postby Marlow » Tue Jun 05, 2012 1:29 pm

See guy in 8th place. 8-)

James F. Herberich ’85 47.21 4/20/85
Dwayne E. Jones ’83 47.23 5/2/82
Kobie K. Fuller ’02 47.30 3/30/02
Jeffrey G. Huvelle ’68 47.49c 5/1/68
John Dingus '12 47.50 5/8/10
David S. McKelvey ’68 47.59c 5/1/68
Nicholas D. Leone ’74 47.69 6/16/71
Derek N. Jones ’09 47.73 5/11/08
Wendell Baker 1886 47.76c 6/1/1886
Jonathan F. Wofsy ’08–09 47.79 5/9/09
Joseph R. Ciollo ’99 47.81 5/1/99
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Re: Harvard's top 10 400 runners

Postby kuha » Tue Jun 05, 2012 1:49 pm

The guy one notch below is most impressive.
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Re: Harvard's top 10 400 runners

Postby Marlow » Tue Jun 05, 2012 3:54 pm

kuha wrote:The guy one notch below is most impressive.

Oh, silly me; I thought there was 10 in the list. You are correct, sir!
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Re: Harvard's top 10 400 runners

Postby Dave » Tue Jun 05, 2012 9:35 pm

I assume that was a typo since times were not measured in 100ths in 1886. I am pretty sure the best they could do were fifths of a second.
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Re: Harvard's top 10 400 runners

Postby nunusguy » Wed Jun 06, 2012 6:44 am

Dave wrote:I assume that was a typo since times were not measured in 100ths in 1886. I am pretty sure the best they could do were fifths of a second.

Hey man it's Harvard ! Don't you know they are renowned for their advanced technological expertise ?
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Re: Harvard's top 10 400 runners

Postby dj » Wed Jun 06, 2012 8:28 am

Dave wrote:I assume that was a typo since times were not measured in 100ths in 1886. I am pretty sure the best they could do were fifths of a second.


It must be a conversion to metric and auto. Baker set a WR in 1886 with a 47 3/4 440.
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Re: Harvard's top 10 400 runners

Postby bambam » Wed Jun 06, 2012 6:07 pm

Marlow wrote:See guy in 8th place. 8-)

James F. Herberich ’85 47.21 4/20/85
Dwayne E. Jones ’83 47.23 5/2/82
Kobie K. Fuller ’02 47.30 3/30/02
Jeffrey G. Huvelle ’68 47.49c 5/1/68
John Dingus '12 47.50 5/8/10
David S. McKelvey ’68 47.59c 5/1/68
Nicholas D. Leone ’74 47.69 6/16/71
Derek N. Jones ’09 47.73 5/11/08
Wendell Baker 1886 47.76c 6/1/1886
Jonathan F. Wofsy ’08–09 47.79 5/9/09
Joseph R. Ciollo ’99 47.81 5/1/99


Jim Herberich - three-time Olympian for USA in bobsledding
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Re: Harvard's top 10 400 runners

Postby Ghosttowner » Tue Jun 12, 2012 9:31 pm

Very nice to see two of my fellow track team mates are still #1 and #2 on the list!
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