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  • #16
    Marcell Jacobs will be your man

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Juicy News View Post
      Marcell Jacobs will be your man
      I think he will run 9.7 myself next season.
      Apparently Ignorance is bliss

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      • #18
        Bad question considering history the past 15 years.

        Christian Coleman will be the next guy to be on the 9.6 list tho.

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        • #19
          Infact I was meaning regular wind (wind max +2m/s)... Sorry for the misunderstanding. 🙏🏻
          Last edited by 79; 09-16-2021, 07:33 AM.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Weights&Shoes View Post
            Bad question considering history the past 15 years.

            Christian Coleman will be the next guy to be on the 9.6 list tho.
            For obvious reason, I believe Christian Coleman will struggle when he returns to T&F next year.

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            • #21
              Bromell just said he plans to run some 4x4s next year which may indicate he'll be working on his strength and 2nd half of the race a bit more. Coleman seems to look as if he is dragging himself to the finish line while Bromell seems way more efficient and smooth, which makes me lead towards Bromell getting to 10.6x first. If Coleman returns healthy and fast though, next year should be pretty interesting

              Bromell top 5 & Top 10 average: 9.802 & 9.845
              Coleman top 5 & Top 10 average = 9.804 = 9.857

              Because of Bromell's injury occurring when Coleman rose to prominence, they have only ever raced twice: 2015 NCAAs and 2016 Olympic Trials.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by FleetingRedux View Post

                For obvious reason, I believe Christian Coleman will struggle when he returns to T&F next year.
                If he's still in training, he'll be rusty for starters, but he'll come around to maybe a high-9.8x once again. Then the hard job begins.

                I want Gatlin to stay for next year. In the right race, with just enough wind to push him, he'll be the second 40-year-old to break 10.00. Collins at 40 ran a PR 9.93 with 1.9 wind.

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                • #23
                  I think Coleman will go 9.6-low in Eugene with even a modest tailwind.

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