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  • Originally posted by gm View Post

    A couple people ran pretty quick.
    Care to share?

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    • Originally posted by ATK View Post
      Just the 4th woman to do so along with Koch, Perec, and Brisco-Hooks

      Also moves her from 10th to I think 4th on the all time combo sprinters list.
      Incredible! Will be interesting to see if she tries her hand at the 100/200 double next year.

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      • Video of Bromell's 9.90: https://youtu.be/xaHvMACnSQQ

        and SMU's 10.98: https://youtu.be/Gc_qvZADM8M
        Last edited by ATK; 07-25-2020, 11:51 AM.

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        • Originally posted by donley2 View Post

          Care to share?
          S. Richardson ran a windy (2.7) 10.79

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          • Originally posted by NotDutra5 View Post
            S. Richardson ran a windy (2.7) 10.79
            Video of her race: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sTtT7WxIpo

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            • Originally posted by NotDutra5 View Post

              S. Richardson ran a windy (2.7) 10.79
              and a legal 22.73 200

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              • Originally posted by NotDutra5 View Post
                S. Richardson ran a windy (2.7) 10.79
                I gather that the meet results are Top Secret - on Need To Know basis only.
                I kinda need to know . . .

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                • 13.35-13.36 for Holloway & Allen at Clermont (legal wind)

                  legal 21.98 for Miller-Uibo... 22.45 for Camacho-Quinn and 22.47 for Lynna Irby for the US lead
                  Last edited by gm; 07-25-2020, 11:41 PM.

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                  • Great sprint double for SMU taking advantage of the wind to get under 22s.

                    22.47 for Irby is a fine result after a down year last year.

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                    • 19.94 legal for Lyles ahead of 20.19 for Bednarek

                      Gardiner 19.96, J. Lyles 20.24 PR
                      Last edited by gm; 07-26-2020, 12:06 AM.

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                      • Originally posted by gm View Post
                        19.94 legal for Lyles ahead of 20.19 for Bednarek

                        Gardiner 19.96, J. Lyles 20.24 PR
                        By the power of the Clermont track...Wow!

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                        • Very good...

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                          • Originally posted by scorpionking View Post

                            By the power of the Clermont track...Wow!
                            There's no longer any "mystery" to the Clermont track. This particular track is as normal as any other track. The athletes such as (SMU, Bromell, N.Lyles, Gardiner, Irby, T. Davis, Degrasse) did what you'd expect them to do. In fact, I cannot point to any outlier at this weekend's event.
                            Ergo, it was the power of the talent on the track.

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                            • Originally posted by OneWay View Post

                              There's no longer any "mystery" to the Clermont track. This particular track is as normal as any other track. The athletes such as (SMU, Bromell, N.Lyles, Gardiner, Irby, T. Davis, Degrasse) did what you'd expect them to do. In fact, I cannot point to any outlier at this weekend's event.
                              Ergo, it was the power of the talent on the track.
                              Agreed. Lyles for example, his 200m time is just a bit faster than what he would have run in that 185m mistake two weeks ago, so seems pretty normal. He also ran 9.93 three weeks ago with +4.0 wind, so again, making what seems like normal progress.

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                              • Originally posted by OneWay View Post

                                There's no longer any "mystery" to the Clermont track. This particular track is as normal as any other track. The athletes such as (SMU, Bromell, N.Lyles, Gardiner, Irby, T. Davis, Degrasse) did what you'd expect them to do. In fact, I cannot point to any outlier at this weekend's event.
                                Ergo, it was the power of the talent on the track.
                                Lol,,,,Indeed. The comment was tongue and cheek Oneway. A throwback to the old tug of war discussions.

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