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Men's Decathlon 110 Hurdles Heat 1 - Oregon Relays 2014
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Track and Field History

1.  I was the stat guy for Oregon track meets from 2001 to 2009.  I provided background information and give information for Paul Swangard to announce including information on where marks stand on the UO and national lists. I have also helped with all major meets at Oregon including NCAA, US, and Prefontaine meets. 

2. I worked for CBS as the stat guy for the 2005 to 2007 telecasts in Sacramento.

3. I have announced at Willamette University since 2003.

4. I worked for Comcast Sportsnet as their Graphics coordinator for the 2008 Olympic Trials.  I had a graphic several times that indicated interesting stats related to upcoming event finals called "Schneider's Stats"

5. I believe in Bill Bowerman's idea that you prepare athletes for the Olympics.  He took local athletes and made them great.  He didn't recruit overseas.  If athletes came from other countries he trained them but he didn't look for them.  The University of Oregon has always taken that philosophy.  Other schools have recruited other countries to win championships.  Take the "Track Capital of the World", that's great for them but not what I prefer.  There are a lot of great coaches that have taken that other philosophy and they have had great success.  In 2009 I met the two best at that and I really learned a lot from their attitude and personality and I am better for it. 

"Go Oregon"

 

Other Track History

Ran for Interlake High School - Brad Barquist first started running as a junior on our team when I was a senior.     FYI - Barquist was a multi-time competitor in the US championships in the 10,000 meters

Team manager for UO Men from 1986-1991 There for 1986 and 1990 Pac-10 championships.  Helped John Gillespie with jumps, sprints, and hurdles.  third place finish at 1991 NCAA championships was tremendous. 

 

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Keys runs 4:23, Delgado 4:25, and Modin 4:42 - Final Scores Keys pr 8027, Modin 7457, Delgado 6965
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Shoutout to Nathan Richards, a former DyeStat poster and R.A. Long grad (rival school in my hometown) who is running in the 10k.

EDIT: He won the 10k. Nice job!
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Nice anchor by Roseburg FTW! Winning time was 10:29.91

Apparently 4:19 anchor for Bloom (think they finished third, but they got DQ'd for unsportsmanlike conduct)
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3:10.1 to open for Eastlake
then a 51.1 for the 400m leg

Lincoln caught up on the first lap of the 800m leg

about a 61? on the first lap of the 800m leg for Eastlake

6:01.6 on the handoff for Lincoln, but they cut away before I saw Eastlake cross (I'm guessing around 6:02, he wasn't far behind)

63 on the opening lap for Lincoln's anchor, but settled into ~70s pace on lap 2
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Boys on the line now.

I don't expect this one to be nearly as stacked... Gig's top trio having just finished the 3k only 20 minutes ago.
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Great anchor legs.

4:44.6 and 4:55.6 for their 1600's, according to the announcer.

11:54.19 Camas (US#1)!
11:54.74 Grant (US#2)!
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10:30 at 500m to go... both look like they are going well under 12 today

3:36 and 3:47 through 1200m
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Efraimson catches up to Donaghu at ~750m in. 2:28 (Donaghu) and 2:19 (Efraimson) for their first 800's.
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First lap on the anchor: Donaghu 70, Efraimson 64.5 ...
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Grant: Kokes hands off to Donaghu at 6:59.9 on my watch (questionable with the video feed)
Camas: Woodson hands off to Efraimson at 7:09.4
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A the handoff:

Grant (P. Donaghu) 3:35.9
Camas (Pudlitzke) 3:43.3ish

800m runners got the stick at:

4:39.8 (Grant)
4:44.8 (Camas)
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