>That's quite easy to answer: they're both worth
>the same thing. And that would be......
The 1600 and 3200 are bastard
>distances (to use one of my favorite TFN
>expressions) that should never see the light of
Well, in all fairness here, who runs the 1600 or the 3200? High-school runners. And last time I checked, they didn't make the decision to run those distances instead of distances which do have fathers. So why don't you lighten up a bit, there?
I don't know which time is actually better, but a 10:10 is a lot less common than a 4:40.