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  • #31
    Originally posted by Atticus View Post
    Since Muhammad is already in and Syd is a lock, that leaves two spots for Little, Cockrell, and her.
    I sure hope someone new replaces Little and Cockrell...to me it seems like the latter 2 have peaked and not showing potential for further improvement.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by SoCal45 View Post

      I sure hope someone new replaces Little and Cockrell...to me it seems like the latter 2 have peaked and not showing potential for further improvement.
      Cockrell is just 24!
      Give her 2 or 3 more years to see where she's at before giving up on her!
      LOL

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      • #33
        Originally posted by SoCal45 View Post

        I sure hope someone new replaces Little and Cockrell...to me it seems like the latter 2 have peaked and not showing potential for further improvement.
        Are you confusing Cockrell with someone else? She just graduated USC last year, made her first international team (almost made the team in both hurdles), made the Olympic final, and had the 7th fastest time in the world. She's not even a full year into her first pro season and already had her fastest season openers ever (12.89/55.50).

        Lest we forget, Dalilah Muhammad "didn't do much" during her time in the NCAA (best of 3rd place as a freshman) then exploded as a pro and now has arguably the greatest overall career for a 400mH (Syd may pass her soon though)
        Last edited by ATK; 05-13-2022, 08:22 PM.

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        • #34
          Is there another weather delay?
          They were scheduled to start about 90 minutes ago---but no results up yet!!

          ADD: Yep, they are!
          More lightning!
          Haven't said when they'll start!
          Last edited by aaronk; 05-13-2022, 08:18 PM.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by aaronk View Post
            Is there another weather delay?
            They were scheduled to start about 90 minutes ago---but no results up yet!!

            ADD: Yep, they are!
            More lightning!
            Haven't said when they'll start!
            Updates can be found here:

            Ole Miss Track&Field (@OleMissTrack) / Twitter

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            • #36
              Looks like Dec 110H will be 8pm CDT.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by dupontred View Post
                Looks like Dec 110H will be 8pm CDT.
                Looks like the entire SEC sports front is being delayed by weather.
                The SEC softball game was also delayed---and they're playing in Gainesville, I believe!!

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                • #38
                  SEC meet is in Mississippi, right?

                  But yeah, Gainesville must be bad, too. The FHSAA state track meet seems to be delayed and it's there, too.

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                  • #39
                    Gainesville should be out of the woods weather wise for the rest of the evening but that doesn't help the SEC meet any much.

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                    • #40
                      So what's up with the Women's HJ?
                      Supposed to start over an hour ago, but still no results!
                      Other events surrounding it are going on!

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                        So what's up with the Women's HJ?
                        Supposed to start over an hour ago, but still no results!
                        Other events surrounding it are going on!
                        Distin won at 1.95

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                        • #42
                          The Athletic Live results on the men's 200 prelims are a little confusing as to heat numbers, wind readings for those heats, who's in which heat, and the order of finish by heat. What it does show, more clearly, are the Q and q athletes advancing to the final, which is what really counts. TFRRS already shows the full results by heat, but here's my attempted sort-out, down to the two 20.86s.

                          HEAT 1 (-0.3)

                          1) Matthew Boling, Georgia (SO) 20.24 Q
                          Houston, Texas (Strake Jesuit)
                          2) Demetrius Jackson, Alabama (JR), 20.47 q
                          Cleveland, Ohio (John Adams)

                          HEAT 2 (-0.2)

                          1) Lance Lang, Kentucky (SO), 20.55 Q
                          Florissant, Missouri (McCluer North)
                          2) Lance Broome, Texas A&M (SO), 20.86 [20.859]
                          Katy, Texas (Seven Lakes)

                          HEAT 3 (-0.1)

                          1) Dorian Camel, Louisiana State (JR), 20.60 [20.596] Q
                          Baton Rouge, Louisiana (Scotlandville)
                          2) Da'Marcus Fleming, Louisiana State (SO), 20.80
                          Miami, Florida (Northwestern)
                          3) Dedrick Vanover, Florida (SR), 20.86 [20.854]
                          Fort White, Florida (Fort White)

                          HEAT 4 (-0.3)

                          1) Evan Miller, South Carolina (JR), 20.39 [20.383] Q
                          Zephyrhills, Florida (Zephyrhills Christian Academy)
                          2) Connor Washington, Arkansas (FR), 20.60 [20.599] q
                          The Woodlands, TX (College Park)
                          3) Tarsis Orogot, Alabama/Uganda (FR), 20.61 q
                          Kampala, Uganda (St. Lawrence Citizen)
                          4) Jacob Smith, Kentucky (JR), 20.65 q
                          Acworth, Georgia (Allatoona)

                          HEAT 5 (0.0)

                          1) Joe Fahnbulleh, Florida/Liberia (SO), 20.39 [20.385] Q
                          Hopkins, Minnesota (Hopkins)
                          2) Kennedy Lightner, Kentucky (SO), 20.70
                          North Little Rock, Arkansas (North Little Rock)

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                          • #43
                            Watching Steiner win her 100 heat makes me think she's he only one on the planet who can run that fast with that form.

                            Ofili looked way better . . . and ran slower . . .
                            Last edited by Atticus; 05-14-2022, 02:34 AM.

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                            • #44
                              Steiner’ form is a bit more accentuated than I’ve seen from her lately. She seemed to have a bit more of a normal arm swing towards the end of the indoor season.

                              But we’ve seen what she can do, so it clearly works for her.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                                Watching Steiner win her 100 heat makes me think she's he only one on the planet who can run that fast with that form.
                                If/when she moves on to another coach after turning pro the first thing that coach will do is have her go back to her natural arm action. The more I look at her run now the more I fear going blind lol
                                There are no strings on me

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