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Postby Narddog » Tue Dec 08, 2015 11:34 am

Figure we'll be seeing some good results from Ben in the coming months, so why not dedicate a thread to it (no pressure).

Solid end of XC 5k on a flat track, to win by almost two laps: 14:13.81

https://www.tfrrs.org/results/41559_2590580.html

Converts to a 14:04. I'm guessing 13:50 will go, which seems very doable.

Any updates to share, Ben?
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Postby The Chick » Tue Dec 08, 2015 5:44 pm

Can we change thread title/Deadgoose's name to Dreadgoose?
I just read it that way when glancing at the board index and realized how badass a name that would be.
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Re: Deadgoose

Postby Narddog » Tue Dec 08, 2015 5:51 pm

The Chick wrote:Can we change thread title/Deadgoose's name to Dreadgoose?
I just read it that way when glancing at the board index and realized how badass a name that would be.


Only with Deadgoose approval.
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Re: Deadgoose

Postby Goat Fan » Tue Dec 08, 2015 10:39 pm

deadgoose don't post here no more. Last online 10/14.
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Re: Deadgoose

Postby Narddog » Tue Dec 08, 2015 11:30 pm

Nothing like a thread title to draw one out of retirement.
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Re: Deadgoose

Postby deadgoose » Sat Feb 13, 2016 11:56 am

thanks bernie -- had pneumonia / got pneumonia shortly after that race. had a few hiccups here and there getting back on track but overall season is going well. broke 8 yesterday which was a nice surprise. you can follow my training here: biggerlog.com/users/1
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Re: Deadgoose

Postby Narddog » Sat Feb 27, 2016 3:07 pm

Heps champ in the 3k!
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Re: Deadgoose

Postby Narddog » Wed Apr 20, 2016 12:59 pm

Second in the Bucknell 1500m this past weekend in 3:43.91
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Re: Deadgoose

Postby Goat Fan » Fri Apr 22, 2016 9:01 pm

Larry Ellis Invitational @ Princeton

Section 1
1 Ben Rainero SR Cornell 14:04.27
32.710 (32.710) 1:44.700 (1:11.990) 2:51.358 (1:06.658)
3:57.919 (1:06.561) 5:06.908 (1:08.989) 6:16.921 (1:10.013)
7:26.492 (1:09.571) 8:34.945 (1:08.453) 9:43.292 (1:08.347)
10:50.905 (1:07.613) 11:57.768 (1:06.863) 14:04.264 (2:06.496)

2 Brian Zabilski FR Columbia 14:14.69
33.667 (33.667) 1:46.213 (1:12.546) 2:53.368 (1:07.155)
3:59.823 (1:06.455) 5:08.068 (1:08.245) 6:18.349 (1:10.281)
7:27.903 (1:09.554) 8:36.851 (1:08.948) 9:44.478 (1:07.627)
10:53.361 (1:08.883) 12:02.454 (1:09.093) 14:14.684 (2:12.230)

3 Ernie Pitone Widener University 14:17.31
32.967 (32.967) 1:44.969 (1:12.002) 2:51.630 (1:06.661)
3:58.968 (1:07.338) 5:07.396 (1:08.428) 6:17.256 (1:09.860)
7:26.965 (1:09.709) 8:35.432 (1:08.467) 9:43.674 (1:08.242)
10:52.801 (1:09.127) 14:17.301 (3:24.500)

...and Drew Hunter gets 3rd in the 1500m in 3:42.2
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Re: Deadgoose

Postby HenriTheGiant » Sat May 07, 2016 10:57 pm

10k champion at Ivy League Championships in 29:41! I assume he's probably coming back for the 5k?
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Re: Deadgoose

Postby Narddog » Mon May 09, 2016 10:22 am

Capped off the double, closing in 56 for the 5k win:

Finals
1 Rainero, Ben SR Cornell 14:17.26I 10
33.029 (33.029) 1:42.471 (1:09.443) 2:51.038 (1:08.567)
4:00.114 (1:09.076) 5:09.468 (1:09.355) 6:19.632 (1:10.164)
7:29.330 (1:09.698) 8:39.388 (1:10.058) 9:53.572 (1:14.185)
11:05.486 (1:11.914) 12:15.444 (1:09.959) 13:20.272 (1:04.829)
14:17.258 (56.986)


I think he's a sleeper for a top showing at NCAAs. Let's hope he also finds a chance to hit an OT qualifier.
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Re: Deadgoose

Postby deadgoose » Mon May 09, 2016 4:17 pm

Hi,

not sure when/if I can get the OT qualifier..think it's something in the 1320s. if NCAAs is fast then that would be great. will probably try the portland track festival the week after. taking things a week at a time for now. After this weekend's double, the first step is recovering!
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Re: Deadgoose

Postby lampshade » Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:24 pm

http://japanrunningnews.blogspot.com/20 ... nding.html

“Ranked 12th, the Ivy League Select Team was near the back of the field over the first half of the race before its third through fifth men moved it up to 12th. With a track best of only 29:41.73, Ivy anchor Ben de Haan of Cornell University flew past Ritsumeikan anchor Tsuyoshi Masumoto and then caught KGU's Tsuyoshi Bando to put the Ivies into 10th just 13 seconds ahead of KGU. When the smoke cleared Rainero had the second-fastest time on the anchor stage behind only Tokai's Seki, one of the best individual performances in the Ivy League's history at Izumo.”
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