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  • #16
    Re: What has happened to 200m times

    Maurice blames slower sprint times this year on the new false-start rule: http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=s ... den_gala_1
    "Run fast and keep turning left."

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    • #17
      Re: What has happened to 200m times

      The 100m is over too quick for non
      >track fans to relate to.>

      I don't know about that. For the average American, at least, the quicker the race the better.

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      • #18
        Re: What has happened to 200m times

        Is the new false start rule really affecting sprint times? This could be verified by comparing reaction times this year to those of previous years........ I haven't specifically been paying attention to this but I doubt that there is much of a significant difference this year... it certainly hasn't jumped out at me anyway.

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        • #19
          Re: What has happened to 200m times

          >>>>Well,
          >if you're going to do a time trial,
          >you might as
          >well put everyone in lane 1 and
          >not have to worry
          >about lane encroachment,
          >which can be a big
          >problem in the indoor
          >200.>>

          Yeah, but if Mennea were running, the
          >long jumpers and pole vaulters would have to
          >scurry out of the way when he came charging down
          >their runway in lane 0! :-)

          Hands down the funniest thing I have seen on this message board ever.

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