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  • #31
    Surprise winner in w800

    Prudence Sekgodiso (SAfr) in 1:58.41

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Atticus View Post
      Surprise winner in w800

      Prudence Sekgodiso (SAfr) in 1:58.41
      The 20yo looks like a big talent - almost Mu-esque the way she strode down that final 100.

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      • #33
        If I was sprinter's agent, I wouldn't want them to run at this meet. There's a very decent chance that someone will run a time they'll never be able to duplicate.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by JumboElliott View Post
          If I was sprinter's agent, I wouldn't want them to run at this meet. There's a very decent chance that someone will run a time they'll never be able to duplicate.
          I guess it depends on what sprint you're referring to but there hasn't been anything out of the ordinary so far. SAFP's is quick but she's certainly capable particularly with a bit of altitude. Brown's 200 with a bit of wind isn't odd. The 400m for women wasn't particularly quick.

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          • #35
            Abel Kipsang, 3:31.02 WL at 1612m altitude. Not too shabby!

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            • #36
              Originally posted by NotDutra5 View Post

              I guess it depends on what sprint you're referring to but there hasn't been anything out of the ordinary so far. SAFP's is quick but she's certainly capable particularly with a bit of altitude. Brown's 200 with a bit of wind isn't odd. The 400m for women wasn't particularly quick.
              I think you have to take into account the fact that Fraser-Pryce is 35 years old and just ran her best time that wasn't aided by a 1.0+ m/s tailwind.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by JumboElliott View Post

                I think you have to take into account the fact that Fraser-Pryce is 35 years old and just ran her best time that wasn't aided by a 1.0+ m/s tailwind.
                Yeah but it's not out of the ordinary for her nor is it likely to cause any sort of issue with her.

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                • #38
                  WA just got a stay of execution on the M and M problem. Please use the added time to sort this out Mr. Coe
                  why don't people pronounce vowels anymore

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                  • #39
                    Kazakhstan ... ... the new force in Women's Steeplechasing! Norah Jeruto winning here in 9:04.95 WL. They also have Daisy Jepkemei (9:06 PB).

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by JumboElliott View Post
                      If I was sprinter's agent, I wouldn't want them to run at this meet. There's a very decent chance that someone will run a time they'll never be able to duplicate.
                      ??!!
                      In a sport so time-dependent, I'll take a PR whenever it comes! If it's a time-qualifier, so much the better.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by NotDutra5 View Post

                        I guess it depends on what sprint you're referring to but there hasn't been anything out of the ordinary so far. SAFP's is quick but she's certainly capable particularly with a bit of altitude. Brown's 200 with a bit of wind isn't odd. The 400m for women wasn't particularly quick.
                        10.67 not out of the ordinary ??
                        Silly comment on a race so early in the season. After all she had altitude but not the great 1.9 m.winds which we see every year in States

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                        • #42
                          SAFP is highly likely to defend her title in Eugene this year.

                          Race video: https://twitter.com/TeamJA876/status...s97iHBEptrAycQ
                          Last edited by ATK; 05-07-2022, 02:29 PM.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
                            Abel Kipsang, 3:31.02 WL at 1612m altitude. Not too shabby!
                            How apropos for this-named meet (MC68).

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                            • #44
                              Bloody hell ... For the first time ever Jenny pronounced Mboma correctly!! Perhaps Hannah England had a word with her?

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by clementina View Post

                                10.67 not out of the ordinary ??
                                Silly comment on a race so early in the season. After all she had altitude but not the great 1.9 m.winds which we see every year in States
                                She's in shape. Be happy.

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