More on Solinsky's dazzling debut

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Former Badger Chris Solinsky remains in the spotlight as the track and field world continues to process his American-record run in the 10,000 meters Saturday.

Here are some highlights of the coverage in the wake of Solinsky's performance:

- Jason McMahon of Madison.com caught up with Solinsky and teammate Simon Bairu and put together a couple of great pieces:

Madison.com: Solinsky, Bairu like the sound of broken records
Madison.com: Blog: A victory lap with Solinsky and Bairu

- Columnist Andy Baggot also talks Solinsky on Madison.com today, linking his feat with those of fellow Stevens Point (Wis.) High School and Wisconsin athlete Joe Pavelski, who is tearing up the Stanley Cup Playoffs for San Jose:

Madison.com: Baggot: Pavelski, Solinsky feats linked by coincidence

- Ken Goe of The (Portland) Oregonian caught up with Solinsky and even the elusive Jerry Schumacher after Saturday's race, using some of their comments in his track and field notebook:

The Oregonian: OTC Elite's Chris Solinsky runs past the pain, shatters U.S. record in 10,000

- Curtis Anderson of the The (Eugene, Ore.) Register-Guard is already looking ahead to Solinsky's next race at the Prefontaine Classic in July, when he hopes to take a shot at the American record in the 5,000 meters, as well:

The Register-Guard: Next for Solinsky: American 5K record at July's Pre Classic

- Larry Eder breaks down the "geek analysis" on RunBlogRun with perspective on where Solinsky ranks among athletes making their 10K debut, as well as lap-by-lap splits from the race:

RunBlogRun.com: Chris Solinsky's 26:59.6 - the Geek analysis

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