THERIOTS AT ARCADIA


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THERIOTS AT ARCADIA

Postby BTHERIOTNL » Thu Apr 10, 2008 8:28 am

BEEN SINCE 75
TINA THERIOT TO RUN FOR CDM ON FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT RELAYS
BUCKO THERIOT TO RUN FOR NHHS ON SATURDAY NIGHT
RETURN TO ARCADIA
THERIOTS ON THE TRACK
2 YEARS TINA A BRUIN
BUCKO TO SANTA ANA JC NEXT YEAR
THEN TO BE A BRUIN - 800 MAN
BOOK IT
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Postby stallion » Thu Apr 10, 2008 8:32 am

I've booked it.
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Postby Cyril » Thu Apr 10, 2008 9:39 am

Must be related to Brian Theriot - late 70s 400 phenom (46.9) and, of course, later a stellar nationally ranked 8/15 guy.

Is this Brian?

A little more information about past marks and events?

What relays are they running at Arcadia?

I've booked a ticket to Arcadia...my son will be running a couple relays as well.
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Postby BisonHurdler » Thu Apr 10, 2008 2:55 pm

Cyril wrote:Must be related to Brian Theriot - late 70s 400 phenom (46.9) and, of course, later a stellar nationally ranked 8/15 guy.



BRIAN THERIOT hit the boards a few months ago and caused a bit of a stir. I guess you may not have been paying attention, but BRIAN THERIOT loves to pump himself and his family up.


http://mb.trackandfieldnews.com/discuss ... hp?t=28694

http://mb.trackandfieldnews.com/discuss ... hp?t=28684


O'Doyle rules! O'Doyle rules!
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Postby Cyril » Thu Apr 10, 2008 3:00 pm

BisonHurdler wrote:
Cyril wrote:Must be related to Brian Theriot - late 70s 400 phenom (46.9) and, of course, later a stellar nationally ranked 8/15 guy.



BRIAN THERIOT hit the boards a few months ago and caused a bit of a stir. I guess you may not have been paying attention, but BRIAN THERIOT loves to pump himself and his family up.


http://mb.trackandfieldnews.com/discuss ... hp?t=28694

http://mb.trackandfieldnews.com/discuss ... hp?t=28684


O'Doyle rules! O'Doyle rules!


Thanks...yes, seems to be a lot of intensity.
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Postby klass klown » Thu Apr 10, 2008 3:06 pm

Everything you wanted to know about BT but were afraid to ask.

http://home.pathconnect.com/ViewProfile ... ?id=111783

Anyone want to run down those track stats for veracity?
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Postby gh » Thu Apr 10, 2008 3:09 pm

PRs of 1:45.79 and 3:56.10.
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Postby stallion » Thu Apr 10, 2008 3:18 pm

Perhaps he'll have to be read THE RIOT act.
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Postby maggot » Thu Apr 10, 2008 6:36 pm

I thought the title was The Riots at Arcadia!
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Postby BisonHurdler » Thu Apr 10, 2008 9:17 pm

maggot wrote:I thought the title was The Riots at Arcadia!



Stay tuned, it might end up that way.
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Postby Master Po » Fri Apr 11, 2008 4:32 am

maggot wrote:I thought the title was The Riots at Arcadia!


Me too -- I clicked in bc I wondered what was up with riots at Arcadia. Now that I know what the thread is really about, I have decided not to book it.
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Big weekend ahead

Postby BTHERIOTNL » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:30 am

Moose Theriot starting fullback ucla - the moose shall be loose

Over at Arcadia - Its Tina Theriot in a cdm relay at 4:45 friday

then, Bucko Theriot Sat. PM - some relay for NHHS

then, tina Theriot a relay for CDM Sat. Night.


Its all good boys. Bucko will be onto Santa Ana JC for two then UCLA. Tina to UCLA in 2 years.

Go Bruins

Arcadia...the return
who can forget

that miley relay of 75...oh my henry willams on anchor vs.....its all so good

cause a stir? nahhhhhhhh just got to pump this sport up a bit....its called marketing boys
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Re: Big weekend ahead

Postby marknhj » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:35 am

BTHERIOTNL wrote:cause a stir? nahhhhhhhh just got to pump this sport up a bit....its called marketing boys


Really? How interesting. Marketing what, exactly?
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show us some love here

Postby BTHERIOTNL » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:40 am

gh wrote:PRs of 1:45.79 and 3:56.10.


show us some love
theriot not on this board for long, thank god....just poppin in to do some marketing and add some life to track and field...you know bring back the peeeeeeeeezzzzzaaaaazz
scott
paige
robinson
theriot
gray
walker
coe
ovett
cruz
flynn
couglin
jones
maree
aragon
harbour

the gas house gang....plenty of elbows, plenty of fun, plenty of love - pepsi, sunskst, san diego, times indoor, anaheim indoor, prefontaine meet, modesto, kansas relays, penn - 18,000 USC vs. UCLA dual meet at drake, ray beaton vs. steve beck, theriot vs gray and mack, west vs. mack, paige vs. scott, oslo, koln, koblenz, Team Andy Norman, workouts that would split your gut anad then you keep running....show us some love here

9.9 yards
21.9 yards
46.9 meters
500 yards 58 indoors
1000 indoor 83 - show me belger's butt in diego....2:07?
3:56
3:38
8:54 for two
1:45
4.4 40 at 32

lets put some pressure on OC athletes....the times are horrible in Orange County HORRIBLE
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Postby Marlow » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:41 am

There's nothing wrong with 'pumpin' it up', but the Brutal methodology is a tad unnuanced. :D
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Postby BTHERIOTNL » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:51 am

Marlow wrote:There's nothing wrong with 'pumpin' it up', but the Brutal methodology is a tad unnuanced. :D


never knew any other way
football player in a track man's body
sort of brutal
but
just
the
way
it
is
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Postby Cyril » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:58 am

While a couple of years old, here is a nice article about his older son and some rather unconventional training...apparently the boy is doing very well and attributes much of his success to his father...

www.ocregister.com/ocr/sections/sports/ ... 339064.php
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humble thoughts

Postby BTHERIOTNL » Fri Apr 11, 2008 9:16 am

it is owed all to these coaches:

Bob Hailey - legendary track coach NHHS
Dick Theriot - father
Don Lent - football coach NHHS
Rocky Ford- football coach NHHS
Bill Pizzica - football coach NHHS
Larry Doyle - football coach NHHS
Hank Cochrane - football coach NHHS
Jim Bush - greatest college track coach in history
Bob Larsen - without Bob nothing would have happened
Payton Jordan
Tony Ciarelli - best weight coach in the nation - throws HS and Olympic Lifts
Art Venegas - UCLA Track and field
Hal Harkness - UCLA track and field
Bill Emmerton - legendary distance runner
John Smith - 440 mentor and guidance counselor to being fast and brash
NHHS football 73, 74, 2003, 2004
Jeff Brinkley NHHS football head coach
John Walker - miler mentor, roommate, honored to know the man
Ray Flynn, miler mentor, honored to know the man
Andy Norman Brit - gave us boys a shot overseas
Steve Scott - hell like training 1983 Stockholm, never saw a horse like this man in training
UCLA teammates 76-80
NHHS Football - it built the attitudes

there you have it
football mentality breeds 800 and 1500 success

In OC - partially why I jumped on - the loss of the bonafide frosh soph division for competitiion, long and boring dual meets, 400 meters runners that dont use blocks, no sweats for warm ups, invitational meets that do not allow the athletes to bring their sweats onto the track, bracelet bs rules by the CIF, coaches that allow track athletes to miss meets for lacrosse and soccer, schools that do not have their football players in the sprints, jumps, and the throws - a crime....

we are seeing the devaluation yearly of a once great sport

forget about the drugs drama - heck that has been in professional sports longer than track

BACK TO BASICS
BACKTO HELL WEEK
BACK TO REAL TRAINING

BACK TO AL FRANKEN MEET PROMOTIONS
MAJOR SPONSORS
PEPSI
SUNKIST
30 OR MORE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR TRACK AND FIELD

BOYS - WE ARE SEEING A SPORT BEING DEPLETED AND I SEE IT EACH WEEK IN HS TRACK
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Re: humble thoughts

Postby Marlow » Fri Apr 11, 2008 9:26 am

BTHERIOTNL wrote:BOYS - WE ARE SEEING A SPORT BEING DEPLETED AND I SEE IT EACH WEEK IN HS TRACK

Actually - here in north Florida, track is stronger than ever. We had over 100 on a team that averaged 50-60 for years and years. Yesterday, at our District Championships, records were falling like rain. It was sweet to see our sport so healthy down here at the grass roots. :D
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Re: humble thoughts

Postby stallion » Fri Apr 11, 2008 9:27 am

BTHERIOTNL wrote:BACKTO HELL WEEK

Oh, you're only going to be here for a week? :D
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Re: humble thoughts

Postby BTHERIOTNL » Fri Apr 11, 2008 9:30 am

Marlow wrote:
BTHERIOTNL wrote:BOYS - WE ARE SEEING A SPORT BEING DEPLETED AND I SEE IT EACH WEEK IN HS TRACK

Actually - here in north Florida, track is stronger than ever. We had over 100 on a team that averaged 50-60 for years and years. Yesterday, at our District Championships, records were falling like rain. It was sweet to see our sport so healthy down here at the grass roots. :D


GOOD TO HEAR IT.

God bless Florida cuz here in The OC - track athletes are seemingly going the way and coaches too, not all of the coaches, of not staying focused, too many spring breaks, ski week, cotillion, junior life guards, etc.

I just got into it last week as its spring break in the OC and my daughter wanted to go to Palm Springs the day after trabuco invitational and before arcadia...my simple answer:

"Do you think Turquoise and the Long Beach Poly girls are in the family van enroute to Palm Springs?"

Palm Springs was nixed at the Theriot household.
Just like the BS ski week. Hey in florida, imagine that the schools give a BS week off for ski week in the winter?

I gag out here in the OC.
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Re: humble thoughts

Postby stallion » Fri Apr 11, 2008 9:48 am

BTHERIOTNL wrote:I just got into it last week as its spring break in the OC and my daughter wanted to go to Palm Springs the day after trabuco invitational and before arcadia...my simple answer:

"Do you think Turquoise and the Long Beach Poly girls are in the family van enroute to Palm Springs?"

Palm Springs was nixed at the Theriot household.


I gag out here in the OC.

I too am gagging in shock that a teenage girl would rather go to Palm Springs than jump over barbed wire.....What has happened to this generation?
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Postby Cyril » Fri Apr 11, 2008 10:08 am

I too live in OC. It isn't quite as bad as all that, at least not in the less afluent parts further from the beach.

My son had practice every day during spring break. He never had an option of a spring break vacation as my wife and I work. He warms up in sweats and trainers and only takes them off and puts spikes on a couple minutes beforing going to the line.

Many (not all) 400 runners on his team start in blocks. He doesn't yet because he is only a 51 kid destined to move up and since he hasn't worked out of the blocks much, he is very rough and it actually slows him a little.

The distance talent in OC is very high right now. The sprints and 8 is a little low. But, the trend is currently a high focus on cross country.

I don't know why distance running has made such a resurgence in popularity.. Maybe the Pre movies of ten years ago, or Maybe the Webb/Ritz/Hall years had something to do with it. But, I think the trend in OC is the same as the national trend...many very high quality distance runners and a few world class athletes. The quantity of quality is unlike any I have seen in this area since the 70s, and the quantity of athletes participating in high school distance running is at an all time high.

I think more attention can be paid to the development of sprinters and development of middle distance specialists. They really don't have any off-season options.
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Re: humble thoughts

Postby BTHERIOTNL » Sat Apr 12, 2008 5:56 am

stallion wrote:
BTHERIOTNL wrote:I just got into it last week as its spring break in the OC and my daughter wanted to go to Palm Springs the day after trabuco invitational and before arcadia...my simple answer:

"Do you think Turquoise and the Long Beach Poly girls are in the family van enroute to Palm Springs?"

Palm Springs was nixed at the Theriot household.


I gag out here in the OC.

I too am gagging in shock that a teenage girl would rather go to Palm Springs than jump over barbed wire.....What has happened to this generation?


HERE YOU GO STALLION
THIS WILL KEEP YOU OUT OF THE GLUE FACTORY
"THEY DONT WRITE ABOUT GOLF CARTS AND THE SPRING BREAKERS IN -PALMS SPRINGS - THERIOT"



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Postby guru » Sat Apr 12, 2008 6:01 am

lol, I could be wrong, but that seems just a tad beyond fair use.

Here's the link - http://www.dailypilot.com/articles/2008 ... 041208.txt
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Postby BTHERIOTNL » Sat Apr 12, 2008 7:29 am

guru wrote:lol, I could be wrong, but that seems just a tad beyond fair use.

Here's the link - http://www.dailypilot.com/articles/2008 ... 041208.txt


With track and field needing some peeeeeeeeeeeezazzzzzzzzzzzz

There is no fair use

It's time to get the "brash" back in track
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Postby 26mi235 » Sat Apr 12, 2008 7:41 am

BTHERIOTNL wrote:
guru wrote:lol, I could be wrong, but that seems just a tad beyond fair use.

Here's the link - http://www.dailypilot.com/articles/2008 ... 041208.txt


With track and field needing some peeeeeeeeeeeezazzzzzzzzzzzz

There is no fair use

It's time to get the "brash" back in track


Fair use is not in the eye of the beholder, it is in the eye of the mods who have the legal responsibility for board and who take a dim view of cavalierly violating the board guidelines. I strongly recommend that you greatly trim your post or the mods will remove all of it and possibly restrict your ability to post for a while. See that little edit button by your posts (and you will not see it for anyone else's post); you asked about it on a previous post, so ignorance is no longer an excuse.
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Postby EPelle » Sat Apr 12, 2008 7:45 am

That would only put an exclamation point to the end of a long sentence. I:m sure he wouldn:t be happier for the attention.
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Postby BTHERIOTNL » Sat Apr 12, 2008 8:24 am

26mi235 wrote:
BTHERIOTNL wrote:
guru wrote:lol, I could be wrong, but that seems just a tad beyond fair use.

Here's the link - http://www.dailypilot.com/articles/2008 ... 041208.txt


With track and field needing some peeeeeeeeeeeezazzzzzzzzzzzz

There is no fair use

It's time to get the "brash" back in track


Fair use is not in the eye of the beholder, it is in the eye of the mods who have the legal responsibility for board and who take a dim view of cavalierly violating the board guidelines. I strongly recommend that you greatly trim your post or the mods will remove all of it and possibly restrict your ability to post for a while. See that little edit button by your posts (and you will not see it for anyone else's post); you asked about it on a previous post, so ignorance is no longer an excuse.


This is not about politics. If I am not wanted here then have a mod write me a message and tell me not to post about track.

Just let me know. And, frankly, I do not care what you think. If you don't like the thread don't read it. I was wrong on the politics and it got deleted. This is about track.

Don't like my posts - stay off the thread and go read about Dolphin shorts and color coding them for each of your morning runs.

-bye
johnny ringo
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Postby Marlow » Sat Apr 12, 2008 9:41 am

BTHERIOTNL wrote:And, frankly, I do not care what you think.
Don't like my posts - stay off the thread and go read about Dolphin shorts and color coding them for each of your morning runs.
-bye
johnny ringo


Dear Mr. Ringo,
I greatly appreciate your enthusiasm and desire to be a positive force for T&F in you area, but . . . if you don't care what other people think, why should they care what you think? Your gratuitous shot at other runners disserves your stated purpose. There's several other sites that may be more appreciative of your perspective - letsrun.com and dyestat.com have forums that may be more to your taste. The moderators here have made it abundantly clear that this forum is for a civil discourse on Track & Field.
Thanks for your consideration,
A fellow T&F fan
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Postby klass klown » Sat Apr 12, 2008 9:48 am

BTHERIOTNL wrote:And, frankly, I do not care what you think.
Don't like my posts - stay off the thread and go read about Dolphin shorts and color coding them for each of your morning runs.
-bye
johnny ringo



I'm your huckleberry. 8)
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Re: humble thoughts

Postby stallion » Sat Apr 12, 2008 9:50 am

BTHERIOTNL wrote:
HERE YOU GO STALLION
THIS WILL KEEP YOU OUT OF THE GLUE FACTORY

I'd imagine in a half century or so I'll be pretty good material for the glue factory.
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Brian The(riot)
Is halfway to crazy glue.
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Postby gh » Sat Apr 12, 2008 10:59 am

BTHERIOTNL wrote:...
There is no fair use....


Actually, there is Brian, and that little bit of legality (to say nothing of common courtesy) is honored on this Board. Please don't do it again. And allow me also to suggest you lose your contentious tone and don't get into name-calling. Thanks.

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Postby BTHERIOTNL » Sat Apr 12, 2008 2:37 pm

gh wrote:
BTHERIOTNL wrote:...
There is no fair use....


Actually, there is Brian, and that little bit of legality (to say nothing of common courtesy) is honored on this Board. Please don't do it again. And allow me also to suggest you lose your contentious tone and don't get into name-calling. Thanks.

gh


hey, if I have violated any rule on the board. Lay it out. My tone is not subject to your review. Actually, as I am typing I am on a slip n slide, 95 degrees, and getting ready for arcadia.

Second, if you dont like the thread. Pretty simple. Don't read it.

That's pretty fair.

Just ignore my posts. Pretty simple rule.

Anyways, I am gone from the board Sunday at midnight.

So just ignore my posts til then and my posts will remain within the rules.

Tone this.

"the only pain you feel is the pain you inflict"
-Bud Kilmer
Varsity Blues
(coulda been an 800 meterrs man)
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Postby BTHERIOTNL » Sat Apr 12, 2008 2:39 pm

klass klown wrote:
BTHERIOTNL wrote:And, frankly, I do not care what you think.
Don't like my posts - stay off the thread and go read about Dolphin shorts and color coding them for each of your morning runs.
-bye
johnny ringo



I'm your huckleberry. 8)


Now here is a man that appreciates Tombstone - maybe you can help me here with "the poster" that is so very offended of my opinions. You seem to get it, so pass this around and let's see what lands in the town of Bodie.

What other runners did I take a shot? Name the runner. First name, last name, events. Times, etc. The simple fact is that I don't hide behind board names. Fair for those that do. Fair for me that I do not. Makes a poster an easier target, but who cares. Just tell it like it is. Name the runner, name, lasrt name, events, times, etc.

Here are your rules cowboy and not one of my posts violate these rules. Even my posts on politics did not violate the rules.

-Randall Patrick MacMurphy

and PS:

You don't need to care what I think. That is the truth. There are millions out here online, and if I lose one of you that don't care there will be one that will. You don't speak for the world of track and either do I. Do, cool the ego, and don't read my posts. You will be more relaxed. If you continue to read Theriot posts, you will get frustrated, unnerved, edgy, you will write the mods, etc. But at the end of the day - believe me - I do not violate forum rules. I can be like a bad date though. So, instead of taking the date - move to another thread and be happy with your life.



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Getting back to Arcadia

Postby BTHERIOTNL » Sat Apr 12, 2008 3:16 pm

What a great meet yesterday. it's 100 out here. Tonite will be huge. Arcadia has to be honored for such a class meet. for those around the nation check out the meet website. I am leaving at about 6. Wish the theriots luck tonite. Shelby Buckley of CDM will be on fire as well.

-Brian Theriot
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Postby BisonHurdler » Sat Apr 12, 2008 3:20 pm

BTHERIOTNL wrote: My tone is not subject to your review.



Actually, it is.
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Postby BTHERIOTNL » Sat Apr 12, 2008 3:31 pm

BisonHurdler wrote:
BTHERIOTNL wrote: My tone is not subject to your review.



Actually, it is.


And I really do not care. Just don't read the thread if you don't like the tone. It's sort of like not ordering a chocolate shake if you don't like chocolate. Or not running the 800 if you are a 100 man. Just don't do it.
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Postby gh » Sun Apr 13, 2008 4:43 am

BTHERIOTNL wrote:....

Tone this.
.....


Consider yourself toned. To the tune of 30 days.
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Re: Big weekend ahead

Postby K.I.R. » Sun Apr 13, 2008 8:26 am

BTHERIOTNL wrote: just got to pump this sport up a bit....its called marketing boys


Hopefully all the energy poured into "marketing" isn't being wasted solely on a website full of people who are already incurable track junkies.
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