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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Junior Ashlee Kidd clocked a personal-record time of 51.57 in the women's 400-meter dash, finishing fifth, to lead Georgia Tech at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday.
400m in well under a minute! That's moving! She ran 400m (about 436 yards) in not much longer than a typical 200 yard Dumpster Dash lasts. She's run 200m in under 24 seconds.
Needless to say, we're not breaking any world records in the DD. But, there's a thin young guy named Daniels from Sudan at Twains (another Decatur pub with serious pool facilities) who looks like he can certainly take DD speeds to new lows. We're looking for a competitor for him in the 20-30 year-old range. How about Wes?
Women can run, and fast. So, why won't two women run each other in the Dumpster Dash?
Wes's girlfirend Isabelle, who works at Twains, did challenge "Dumpster Dave" to a race Friday, but he couldn't see anything positive coming out of that, regardless of who won.
Check out those muscles!