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¶'22 wUSATF 200—Abby Steiner 21.77 (WL)

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  • #46
    21.77 for Abby.

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    • #47
      Steiner 21.77
      Clark 21.92
      prandini 22.01

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      • #48
        Solid day for Steiner. Very consistent

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        • #49
          Unfortunately Gabby Thomas couldn’t recover from her injury in time for this meet

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          • #50
            Couldnt believe Prandini around that turn. Hayward factor?

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            • #51
              Huge performance for Tamara Clark. Shes been a bit slept on all season, but she has been creeping up and preparing for this and she delivered with a personal best and spot on the team.

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              • #52
                21.77, into a light headwind, and after a semifinal.

                Definitely more there.

                There are no strings on me

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                • #53
                  Happy for Abby. Great for Tamara Clark (and her coach Carmalita Jeter) who almost made the Olympic team last year running sub-22 then. Another team for Prandini, hopefully she'll make a major final finally.

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                  • #54
                    FloJo, Marion, and Steiner are the only Americans to run 21.80 or faster three times. Gwen Torrence is the only other American to do it twice

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                    • #55
                      Two sub 22's in one day...after all that NCAA work...damn.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Weights&Shoes View Post
                        Great for Tamara Clark (and her coach Carmalita Jeter) who almost made the Olympic team last year running sub-22 then.
                        Clark is coached by Buford-Bailey along with Gabby Thomas. She switched last year after leaving Alabama.

                        Also, after last year as well Carmelita Jeter moved from Alabama to coach at USC

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Jshapco2 View Post
                          Richardson is out. Can't decide if I am happy or sad about that.
                          Steiner national champion, and on to Worlds, while Richardson goes home before final. Twice.

                          Karma always finds a way.
                          There are no strings on me

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                          • #58
                            Richardson is a college senior age-wise, so she's young enough to have a great career if she ever shows the commitment to the sport that she had as a freshman.

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                            • #59
                              Incredible series of performances from Steiner. Can she hold this form to mount a substantial challenge to Jackson?

                              Hope next year will be Thomas's year. Injuries are an unfortunate part of the sport.

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                              • #60
                                Just looked over the 10m splits for Steiner. She ran the last faster from 190-200 than she did from 170-180 or 180-190 and equal to 150-160 and 160-170. That's incredible speed endurance for someone running that fast.

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