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Chris Chavez
sports illustrated writer [track + field, marathons & olympics] | & podcast host | tips: chrisjonathanchavez@gmail.com
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ZIP 2h
Our 1:39/1:40 ain’t shit
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Chris Chavez 2h
. outrunning Father Time
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Chris Chavez 2h
Another classic vs. battle. O’Hare holds on for the 3:59.62 win at .
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Chris Chavez 2h
Was thinking the same thing just now. 2:17.41 for the win at in the 1,000m. No. 3 U.S. all-time behind David Torrence and Matt Centrowitz, according to the broadcast.
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Chris Chavez 2h
Trayvon Bromell finishes last in 6.84 for the men’s 60m at the . It was his first indoor race since 2016 World Indoors, where he won gold. Asafa Powell (where I just had a ‘He’s still competing?!’ moment) was 5th in 6.71. He’s 37.
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Impressive 4:04.14 victory for in a duel against Konstanze Klosterhalfen at the 1,500m. 4:06.88 for a personal best by in fourth. Strong showing.
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Replying to @NBIndoorGP
Edward Cheserek finishes second at the 3,000m to fellow Kenyan Bethwell Birgen. Cheserek’s 7:46.74 gets a qualifier for the World Indoor Championships.
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Replying to @GoFordPalmer
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Chris Chavez Jan 24
The most-decorated runner in NCAA history wanted to eventually compete for the United States but with the citizenship process taking a while & heading into the prime of his career, he needed to make a decision. Edward Cheserek chose Kenya for 2020.
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Chris Chavez Jan 24
The most-decorated runner in NCAA history wanted to eventually compete for the United States but with the citizenship process taking a while & heading into the prime of his career, he needed to make a decision. Edward Cheserek chose Kenya for 2020.
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Chris Chavez Jan 24
From his coach : "There is still an uncertain time line for US citizenships and he feels he can make teams and compete at the highest level.” Cheserek will turn 26 on Feb. 2. He did not compete at the 2016 Olympics when he was still competing for Oregon.
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Chris Chavez Jan 24
BREAKING: 17x NCAA champion and former star Edward Cheserek () has decided to go ahead and compete for Kenya if he can qualify for the World Indoor Championship and the Olympics. His agents have informed Athletics Kenya. 📸
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Leigh Anne Sharek Jan 23
just started...and it's a work in progress but here's a twitter list to follow and keep up with all the women who have qualified for working my way through all the qualifiers...so many! ➡️
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Sarah Kwak Jan 24
Every so often I get to work on a super interesting story that shows me things I didn't know before. This, an inside look at sports betting inside prison (written by inmate and really talented writer ), was one of them:
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Chris Chavez Jan 23
Replying to @ChrisChavez
LIFE’S TOO SHORT TO BET THE UNDER. It was OVER at 2:23.XX Sorry to let people down, again
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Chris Chavez Jan 23
Replying to @ChrisChavez
OVER/UNDER 2:19.50 for 800m
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Chris Chavez Jan 23
Folks, I’m racing a mediocre 800 shortly at . Let’s have some fun with it. I’ll set the over/under at 2:19.50 - cast your vote. Context: • • Ran 1:39 for 600m two weeks ago • Had a great 5x1000m + 6x200m workout on Tuesday
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Chris Chavez Jan 23
Wore glasses for the first time during a podcast recording and it made a big difference. Give the latest a listen to check it out. Apple Podcasts: Spotify:
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Rachel Bachman Jan 23
Track and field's international federation is expected to issue a ruling soon on whether Nike's Vaporfly shoes should continue to be allowed in elite competition. This video explains how we got here:
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Chris Chavez Jan 23
. (Feb. 8 at ) organizers have announced the 2020 Wanamaker Women’s Mile Field Dani Jones Konstanze Klosterhöfen Heather MacLean Elinor Purrier Jemma Reekie Danae Rivers
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