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RunnerSpace Live brings you the rundown on what happened this week in the world of runningCalifornia CIF Southern Section Finals LIVE WebcastCOLLEGE PRO-USATF High Performance Distance Classic on USATF.TV-Shanghai Diamond League-Pac 12 Championships-Bi...
 
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RunnerSpace Live brings you the rundown on what happened this week in the world of runningThis weekend:USA 25K ChampionshipsCOLLEGE PRO-Jamaica Invitational-Oregon Twilight-Re:Run San Diego Meet-Oxy Invite-Big 12 Conference-Ivy League HepsBy: Matt Barn...
 
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RunnerSpace.com/College posted a news article - May 3 2013, 06:45 AM
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Some Significant Marks!

Ryan Crouser 69-2 1/2
Johannes Hock 8293!
nice double by Charles Silmon including 200 in 20.33
Diamond Dixon is getting sharp with a 51.73
Paris Daniels 22.73
Saina in 15:41 to win by 33 seconds
Geubelle wins TJ at 44-7 and second to teammate in LJ
Kyle Clemons with a nice 45.10 in the 400!
Nelly

Shane, on , said:

Looks like the athlete from Texas Tech, Ezekiel Kissorio was entered in the 1500, 5k, and the 3k Steeple. He ran the steeple at 4:35 on Sunday and got his 5 team points. Then with the 1500 being run 1/2 an hour later, I bet he either didn't run up to his capability and was resting for the 5k which was at 7:35 or he possibly just dropped out, which would make him disqualified for any event after that point.


Thanks for clearing that up. Definitely a weird (uncommon weird) rule but I can see how it would be useful at Championship type meets.
Shane
Looks like the athlete from Texas Tech, Ezekiel Kissorio was entered in the 1500, 5k, and the 3k Steeple. He ran the steeple at 4:35 on Sunday and got his 5 team points. Then with the 1500 being run 1/2 an hour later, I bet he either didn't run up to his capability and was resting for the 5k which was at 7:35 or he possibly just dropped out, which would make him disqualified for any event after that point.
Shane

Nelly, on , said:

In the men's 1500 there were two runners that got DQ and it says "Honest Effort" can someone help me out with what that rule is? I don't think I've ever seen that before on results.


Here is what the NCAA has to say about the matter:

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Contrary to some belief, Honest Effort does exist, and Honest Effort is not the same as Failure to Participate. Honest Effort requires a competitor to compete in an honest and sporting manner to the best of their ability within an event, Rule 4-2.1. Not doing so is a violation and treated as misconduct. Unsporting conduct, such as issues of behavior, is treated in the same manner.

As with Failure to Participate, there is no requirement that the Referee wait for a complaint or protest before determining the existence of a Honest Effort violation. Many Championship Committees are proactive upon witnessing a performance that appears to not be the best competitive ability, and initiate an investigation. However, it is more common for a report of this violation to come to the Referee than in the form of a protest. The responsibility of the Referee is to determine if just cause exists for the apparent lack of best ability. If declared, a competitor must not only 'participate' but must also 'compete', Rule 4-2. The determination may include any evidence relevant to making a decision, such as medical information or competitor actions.


I think I have only seen this enforced during a Championship type meet where team scores matter.
Nelly
In the men's 1500 there were two runners that got DQ and it says "Honest Effort" can someone help me out with what that rule is? I don't think I've ever seen that before on results.
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