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  • Conor Dary
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    Originally posted by Big Tusk View Post

    Yep. 18 yr old XY individuals frequently go through rapid periods of physical development.
    https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/...-b1896611.html

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  • Big Tusk
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    Originally posted by moreover View Post

    I think Mboma is visibly larger in the thighs and maybe even taller than at the beginning of the season. Could have been a bunch of slight runners in this race though.
    Yep. 18 yr old XY individuals frequently go through rapid periods of physical development.

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  • moreover
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    Originally posted by 18.99s View Post
    Only 22.39 by Mboma. Apparently that's what happens when there's nobody fast enough to chase down over the last 100m?
    and she had Lane 6. That was like a heat. even or just slightly behind Ta Lou at 100. At this point, Mboma definitely needs a rabbit and preferably an inside lane for PBs. But next year, no telling. I think Mboma is visibly larger in the thighs and maybe even taller than at the beginning of the season. Could have been a bunch of slight runners in this race though.

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  • 18.99s
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    Only 22.39 by Mboma. Apparently that's what happens when there's nobody fast enough to chase down over the last 100m?

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  • Trickstat
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    Originally posted by donley2 View Post
    https://jmureika.lmu.build/track/wind/index.html

    shows 9.86 basic for 1.2 wind and 1795 m
    Yes 0.05 for the altitude and 0.05 for the wind.

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  • donley2
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    Originally posted by Juicy News View Post
    How much does the altitude affect the times by?
    https://jmureika.lmu.build/track/wind/index.html

    shows 9.86 basic for 1.2 wind and 1795 m

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  • Juicy News
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    How much does the altitude affect the times by?

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  • ATK
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    Its 9.76 and 9.77.

    The onscreen times they read I dont think are correct and they did it for the other events earlier as well. Results page I think remains consistent: https://kipkeinoclassic.co.ke/scorek...ent023h01.html

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  • ceil
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    Corrected to 9.75 and 9.76 on my screen, putting them at #6 and =#7 a-t respectively!

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  • TrackFanSUI
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    wowwwww, that 100m!!!!!!
    bromell with 9.75 6th fastest of all time, omanyala 2nd with 9.76 African record and together with Coleman 7th fastest

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  • ATK
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    Mens 100m

    Bromell 9.76
    Omanyala 9.77

    Wind +1.2

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  • ATK
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    Also Fred Kerly's 19.76 moves him up to #4 on the All-time combined sprinters list, surpassing Wayde Van Niekerk

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  • ItalianFan
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    With his new PB of 20.11 Tortu becomes the second Italian of all-time on the 200m.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Originally posted by ATK View Post
    With a perfect +2.0 wind

    I know it probably doesn't mean much, but the clock on the screen was well past 20 sec when he crossed the line. Probably just delayed.
    Yeah, clearly the on-screen clock isn't synchronised with the stadium clock. It's been 2 or 3 seconds off in some of the distance races.

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  • donley2
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    Really good men's Hammer field.

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