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    • #12866
      plutus
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      Does anyone know where to find results from the Miami Invite w/ Emory & Denison? I cannot find them on the Miami website.

    • #41613
      silentp
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      @plutus wrote:

      Does anyone know where to find results from the Miami Invite w/ Emory & Denison? I cannot find them on the Miami website.

      It starts tomorrow.

    • #41614
      Nasty Natti
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      I think it started today. Says so on Miami’s homepage

    • #41615
      Nasty Natti
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      Just had it verified by some of denison’s swimmers. Miami starts today and goes through saturday.

    • #41616
      Nasty Natti
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      Curtis 1:37.92 200

    • #41617
      Negrodamus
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      Nasty, did one of the Denison guys tell you that or are the results posted anywhere yet?

    • #41618
      The Treat
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      @Nasty Natti wrote:

      Curtis 1:37.92 200

      isnt that exactly what he went last year?

    • #41619
      silentp
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      @The Treat wrote:

      @Nasty Natti wrote:

      Curtis 1:37.92 200

      isnt that exactly what he went last year?

      I’m gonna have to guess someone was looking at the 06 results.

      2 questions:
      1) Does anyone have splits?

      2) Why didn’t Emory swim an 800 FR? They looked AMAZING in the 1650.

    • #41620
      99 Red
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      1. I don’t have splits, but the Denison varsity record is currently listed as 1:37.98, and Curtis is listed as the lead off leg, so I don’t think we are talking about last years swim.

      2. I would guess that Emory didn’t do the 800 FRs because half the people they would have put on the relay had just swam a mile.

    • #41621
      swim5599
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      Yeah I thought at first that I was looking at last years results, but you see that Geissinger split 1:38.5 on the end. Great morning swim for him at 1:39.6

    • #41622
      99 Red
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      Two observations:

      I bet Emory practices are really something to watch. They have so many guys who are so close to one another in speed, seeing them race through a lactate set would be pretty dramatic.

      2 guys going 1:38? Really? WOW. Speaking of guys who would be fun to see going head to head. But my Denison comment is actually – what are the people that are lower on the depth chart doing? They don’t seem to be dropping nearly as much. Could it be that the top guys are really resting, getting their cuts not to come down till nationals, where as the other people just came down a little bit? Or maybe they are just not hitting their tapers…

    • #41623
      99 Red
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      Another WOW. Bringing home the 400MR Geissinger goes out in a 21.2 and brings it back in a 22.7, for a 43.9. A 1.5 second split difference with a relay start!?!

    • #41624
      swim5599
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      Geinssinger had a sick meet. 1:38.9, 44.7 and 20.5

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