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  • FightingSDirish@aol.com
    Does anyone know the world records for men and teen men in each individual STREND exercise? Thanks [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Message 1 of 5 , Nov 9, 2002
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      Does anyone know the world records for men and teen men in each individual
      STREND exercise? Thanks


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    • Michael Baskin
      The current world 5K record is 12:39 by Haile Gebresellasie, set approx. five years ago. That s about 12:12 for 3 miles, but then again he runs 140 miles a
      Message 2 of 5 , Nov 10, 2002
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        The current world 5K record is 12:39 by Haile Gebresellasie, set approx.
        five years ago. That's about 12:12 for 3 miles, but then again he runs 140
        miles a week. The world junior 5K record (19 years old and under) is about
        15 seconds slower, somewhere in the 12:55 range.
        Hope thaMike Baskin






        >From: FightingSDirish@...
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        >To: strend@yahoogroups.com
        >Subject: [STREND] records
        >Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2002 17:26:47 EST
        >
        >Does anyone know the world records for men and teen men in each individual
        >STREND exercise? Thanks
        >
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      • Glen Wauchope
        What is the record total for the strength events? Does that mean that the highest possible strend factor you might see is around 17.6? (220 divided by 12.5
        Message 3 of 5 , Nov 14, 2002
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          What is the record total for the strength events?

          Does that mean that the highest possible strend factor
          you might see is around 17.6? (220 divided by 12.5
          minutes = 17.6)



          --- Michael Baskin <michaelbaskin@...> wrote:
          > The current world 5K record is 12:39 by Haile
          > Gebresellasie, set approx.
          > five years ago. That's about 12:12 for 3 miles, but
          > then again he runs 140
          > miles a week. The world junior 5K record (19 years
          > old and under) is about
          > 15 seconds slower, somewhere in the 12:55 range.
          > Hope thaMike Baskin
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          > >From: FightingSDirish@...
          > >Reply-To: STREND@yahoogroups.com
          > >To: strend@yahoogroups.com
          > >Subject: [STREND] records
          > >Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2002 17:26:47 EST
          > >
          > >Does anyone know the world records for men and teen
          > men in each individual
          > >STREND exercise? Thanks
          > >
          > >
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          > >
          >
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        • Matt Bogdaanowicz
          There must be some confusion. STREND records and World records are separate things. The World record holder in the 5000 would have a hard time making the min.
          Message 4 of 5 , Nov 14, 2002
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            There must be some confusion. STREND records and World records are
            separate things.
            The World record holder in the 5000 would have a hard time making the min.
            strength standards.
            Anyway, to get back to your question;
            Over the next few years you will start seeing more 11, 12's and 13's i.e.
            210/17 = 12.35
            There is an individual in Germany who has broken that plateau significantly
            (due to high reps in dips),
            This was not done with the strictest of standards so who knows what it is
            worth at the World champs level, -perhaps 12 or 13.
            I do know some of the records for the individual events, I just don't have
            time right now to get them out.

            Matt


            At 08:59 AM 11/14/2002 -0800, you wrote:
            >What is the record total for the strength events?
            >
            >Does that mean that the highest possible strend factor
            >you might see is around 17.6? (220 divided by 12.5
            >minutes = 17.6)
            >
            >
            >
            >--- Michael Baskin <michaelbaskin@...> wrote:
            > > The current world 5K record is 12:39 by Haile
            > > Gebresellasie, set approx.
            > > five years ago. That's about 12:12 for 3 miles, but
            > > then again he runs 140
            > > miles a week. The world junior 5K record (19 years
            > > old and under) is about
            > > 15 seconds slower, somewhere in the 12:55 range.
            > > Hope thaMike Baskin
            > >
            > >
            > >
            > >
            > >
            > >
            > > >From: FightingSDirish@...
            > > >Reply-To: STREND@yahoogroups.com
            > > >To: strend@yahoogroups.com
            > > >Subject: [STREND] records
            > > >Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2002 17:26:47 EST
            > > >
            > > >Does anyone know the world records for men and teen
            > > men in each individual
            > > >STREND exercise? Thanks
            > > >
            > > >
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          • STREND Fitness Challenge
            I calculated all the records for males last night. For each event and overall there is a local record, which is the highest score from any event; a world
            Message 5 of 5 , Nov 15, 2002
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              I calculated all the records for males last night. For each event and
              overall there is a local record, which is the highest score from any event;
              a world record, which is the highest score from any world championship; and
              the teen record, which is the highest score from anyone 19 years or younger.
              I plan on doing the females either today or this weekend. (The program for
              this isn't automated yet, so it requires sorting the database many different
              ways right now!)

              The results are somewhat extensive and ugly to look at depending on what
              your email program does to it, so I asked Ed to post them on the web site.
              But for those if you that would like to do some deciphering, here¹s a text
              version of it.

              Gender and Division - Discipline
              Record - Competitor, Event and Year, Score/Reps/Time, Age (for
              teens)

              Male Age Group (Open Standards) ­ Highest STREND Factor
              Local - Stuart Yamatake, No. CA 2002, 11.0935
              World - Takis Hohlfeld, Worlds 1999, 9.2886
              Teen - Robert Leinichen, Worlds 1997, 7.0416 Age 19

              Male Age Group (Open Standards) ­ Most Bench Press Repetitions
              Local - Allen Leth, Aloha State Games Œ01, 51 reps
              World - Carnell Martin, Worlds 1999, 35 reps
              Teen - James Moralez, San Diego 2000, 31 reps, Age 17

              Male Age Group (Open Standards) ­ Most Pull Up Repetitions
              Local & World - Takis Hohlfeld, Worlds 1997, 45 reps
              Teen - Robert Leinichen and Igor Zajac, Both at Worlds 1997, 32 reps, Age
              19 and Age 18

              Male Age Group (Open Standards) ­ Most Shoulder Press Repetitions
              Local - Allen Leth, Aloha State Games Œ01, 45 reps
              World - Takis Hohlfeld, Worlds 1999, 42 reps
              Teen - Robert Leinichen, Worlds 1997, 29 reps, Age 19

              Male Age Group (Open Standards) ­ Most Chin Up Repetitions
              Local - Allen Leth and John Rudzis, Aloha State Games ¹01 and Hickam
              1995, both had 28 reps
              World - Takis Hohlfeld, Worlds 2000, 26 reps
              Teen - Robert Leinichen, Worlds 1997, 22 reps, Age 19

              Male Age Group (Open Standards) ­ Most Bar Dip Repetitions
              Local & World - Takis Hohlfeld, Worlds 1997, 90 reps
              Teen - Robert Leinichen Worlds 1997, 51 reps, Age 19

              Male Age Group (Open Standards) ­ Fastest 3 Mile Run Time
              Local - Doug Ebbers and James Stephens (competed as Elite), Tropic
              Lightning 1996 & San Diego 2000, 16:44
              World - Doug Ebbers, Worlds 1996, 16:47
              Teen - Cory Fusco, Minnesota 2002, 18:33, Age 19






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