The question of history and statistics.


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The question of history and statistics.

Postby gennady » Mon Jun 11, 2012 9:12 am

Dear Gentlemen - fans of history and statistics!
I have a need to find in the internet, or what ever else, interim results of current WR at the distance races from 1500 to 10K M&W.
It is also interesting interim results of races at the Olympics, World Cup, European Championship.
It is desirable to have a layout for the circles and kilometers.
Leading figures of the forum, please help advice, links, or your data!
Pre appreciate any help and your participation.
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Re: The question of history and statistics.

Postby Powell » Tue Jun 12, 2012 6:49 am

The splits for all world records are given in the WR progression books published by the IAAF and edited by Richard Hymans. The latest edition is from 2011.
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Re: The question of history and statistics.

Postby gennady » Wed Jun 13, 2012 7:54 am

Powell wrote:The splits for all world records are given in the WR progression books published by the IAAF and edited by Richard Hymans. The latest edition is from 2011.

And what types of splits are represented there, by laps or km?
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Re: The question of history and statistics.

Postby Powell » Wed Jun 13, 2012 11:25 pm

gennady wrote:
Powell wrote:The splits for all world records are given in the WR progression books published by the IAAF and edited by Richard Hymans. The latest edition is from 2011.

And what types of splits are represented there, by laps or km?


As detailed as possible, in some cases even for each 100 meters.
If you only need the current WRs, I can copy them for you tomorrow.
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Re: The question of history and statistics.

Postby gennady » Thu Jun 14, 2012 9:47 pm

Powell wrote:
gennady wrote:
Powell wrote:The splits for all world records are given in the WR progression books published by the IAAF and edited by Richard Hymans. The latest edition is from 2011.

And what types of splits are represented there, by laps or km?


As detailed as possible, in some cases even for each 100 meters.
If you only need the current WRs, I can copy them for you tomorrow.

Thank you so much for offering your help!
If it is not difficult for you, then I need from 800 to 10K and 3K steeplechase, men and women.
Grateful in advance. :D
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Re: The question of history and statistics.

Postby Powell » Thu Jun 14, 2012 11:50 pm

Here you go:

Rudisha 1:41.01:
400m Tangui 48.20 (no split given for Rudisha)
600m Rudisha 1:14.59

El Guerrouj 3:26.00:
400m 54.3
800m 1:50.7
1000m 2:18.8
1100m 2:32.5

Komen 7:20.67:
200m splits: 28.1 - 29.5 (57.6) - 29.6 (1:27.2) - 29.8 (1:57.0) - 29.5 (2:26.5) - 28.4 (2:54.9) - 28.9 (3:23.8) - 29.8 (3:53.6) - 30.1 (4:23.7) - 29.7 (4:53.4) - 28.5 (5:21.9) - 29.4 (5:51.3) - 30.3 (6:21.6) - 29.8 (6:51.2) - 29.5 (7:20.67)

Bekele 12:37.35:
1000m Kiplak 2:33.24
2000m Kiplak 5:05.47 (no splits given for Bekele)
3000m Bekele 7:37.34
4000m Bekele 10:07.93
last 400m 57.85

Bekele 26:17.53:
400m splits: 62.5 - 65.7 (2:08.2) - 64.3 (3:12.5) - 60.7 (4:13.2) - 63.2 (5:16.4) - 63.1 (6:19.5) - 62.3 (7:21.8) - 62.5 (8:24.3) - 62.7 (9:27.0) - 63.4 (10:30.4) - 62.6 (11:33.0) - 634.7 (12:36.7) - 63.2 (13:39.9) - 62.0 (14:41.9) - 62.8 (15:44.7) - 64.0 (16:48.7) - 63.6 (17:52.3) - 64.4 (18:56.7) - 63.9 (20:00.6) - 64.0 (21:04.6) - 64.4 (22:09.0) - 64.1 (23:13.1) - 64.0 (24:17.1) - 63.4 (25:20.5) - 57.1 (26:17.53)
km splits for leaders: 2:39.85 (Garcia) - 5:15.63 (Garcia) - 7:53.02 (T. Bekele) - 10:29.98 (T. Bekele) - 13:09.19 (T. Bekele) - 15:44.66 (K. Bekele) - 18:23.98 (K. Bekele) - 21:04.63 (K. Bekele) - 23:45.09 (K. Bekele)

Shaheen 7:53.63:
1000m Le Dauphin 2:36.13
2000m Shaheen 5:18.09
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Re: The question of history and statistics.

Postby Powell » Fri Jun 15, 2012 12:00 am

And the women:

Kratochvilova 1:53.28:
400m 56.1

Qu Yunxia 3:50.46:
400m Liu Dong 57.2
800m Liu Dong 2:00.8
1200m Qu Yunxia 3:05.2

Wang Junxia 8:06.11:
1000m 2:42.0
2000m 5:29.7
last 400m 62.7

T. Dibaba 14:11.15:
400m splits: 66.2 - 67.5 (2:13.7) - 69.4 (3:23.1) - 69.6 (4:32.7) - 70.9 (5:33.6) - 71.6 (6:55.2) - 68.5 (8:03.7) - 69.3 (9:13.0) - 67.7 (10:20.7) - 67.7 (11:28.4) - 65.9 (12:34.3) - 64.2 (13:38.5) - 32.7
km splits for leaders: 2:48.08 (Alminova) - 5:43.64 (Alminova) - 8:38.83 (T. Dibaba) - 11:28.44 (T. Dibaba)

Wang Junxia 29:31.78
Led by Zhong to 7000m and Wang after that. Km splits for leaders: 2:54.7 - 5:56.6 - 8:59.2 - 12:02.8 - 15:05.7 - 18:10.1 - 21:14.4 - 23:59.9 - 26:44.8

Galkina-Samitova 8:58.81
1000m 2:58.63
2000m 6:01.20

That's all I have.
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Re: The question of history and statistics.

Postby gennady » Fri Jun 15, 2012 6:07 am

Thank you so much Powell! :D
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