Tag Archives: Track & Field

Hey There Delilah

Numbers! Text! Lists! This is the best photo ever featuren on this blog.

Numbers! Text! Lists!
This is the best photo ever featured on this blog.

The 1,575th best result all-time in women’s 3,000m steeplechase belongs to Delilah DiCrescenzo from USA. 9:40.63 minutes, that’s her PB. Continue reading

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Most 100m Races Under 10 Seconds

I’ve decided against doing a Rio Gymnastics summary. Instead, I wanted to have a look at the stats of the sprinters who dipped below the 10 seconds barrier for the 100 meters dash and to see who did it the most times. Continue reading

Rio 2016 Track & Field Summary – Women

Jesus Michael, you’re still writing Olympic summaries? Rio 2016 ended like 5 months ago! Yeah, it feels like it. But what can I do, these rankings take a lot of time to make and write. Although it’s still a huge enjoyment to do them. So yeah, I want to finish the whole lot. Dunno if I will do the Gymnastics stuff, though. We’ll see how things go.  Continue reading

Rio 2016 Track & Field Summary – Men

The track & field rankings of Rio 2016 provided more of a challenge than the swimming ones. The number of medals is irrelevant, because how can you compare a sprinter who can win 3 medals to a pole vaulter who is restricted to winning a single medal? I decided to try and compare the relative greatness of the athletes’ performances. Yeah, I know, it’s ambiguous as fuck, but still – subjective rankings are fun to do. Much more than objective ones.

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Track & Field World Records Ranking – Men

Well, after ranking the women’s WR’s it’s only logical we do the same for the men’s WR’s. The ranking is done the same way, from the record most susceptible to being broken to the most resilient record, the unlikeliest to be broken. Continue reading

Track & Field World Records Ranking – Women

Ok, this is something I wanted to do for a long time – to rank all the world records in track & field according to their breakability, from the record most susceptible to breaking, which would be ranked lowest, to the most durable record, the most unlikely to be broken, which would be ranked, er… first? I guess so… Anyway, now, before the Olympic Games in Rio seems like a good timing to finally do it. Continue reading