With a time of 4:14.47 in the 1,500 meters, Ashton Eaton advanced to the Olympics with a World Record of 9,039 points. The 24-year-old’s total bettered the 2001 mark held by Czech great Roman Sebrle by 13 points and capped an extraordinary meeting for Eaton, who had already set decathlon records for the 100 meters and long jump legs on Friday.
3. "....and he hasn't figured out the throws yet either" In response to Reply # 0
did that all with running.
He can grow into Dan O'brien 2.0 and I thought that was going to be Trey Hardee.
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