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  • #16
    Anyone has the semi final start lists?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by upchuckserious View Post
      Anyone has the semi final start lists?
      w100:

      Heat 1

      1. Jonielle Smith
      2. Krystal Sloley
      3. Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce
      4. Briana Williams
      5. Shashalee Forbes
      6. Natalliah Whyte
      7. Kevona Davis
      8. Remona Burchell

      Heat 2

      1. Jodean Williams
      2. Ashanti Moore
      3. Shericka Jackson
      4. Elaine Thompson-Herah
      5. Kemba Nelson
      6. Natasha Morrison
      7. Kasheika Cameron
      8. Shockoria Wallace

      https://meetresults.athleticsja.org/...220623S030.htm

      m100:

      Heat 1

      1. Micheal Campbell
      2. Ramone Barnswell
      3. Ackeem Blake
      4. Kadrian Goldson
      5. Yohan Blake
      6. Mario Heslop
      7. Xavier Nairne
      8. Oshane Bailey

      Heat 2

      1. Tajay Gayle
      2. Shakur Williams
      3. Kemar Bailey-Cole
      4. Jelani Walker
      5. Conroy Jones
      6. Oblique Seville
      7. Jazeel Murphy
      8. Nigel Ellis

      https://meetresults.athleticsja.org/...220623S031.htm

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      • #18
        Lmaoooo, Oblique Seville just jogged a 9.92 in his heat despite a poor start. I'm picking him to win a medal at worlds if he can fix his start. All his runs thus year have looked very easy, but they also all have a common factor which is a poor start. Trayvon Bromell, Christain Coleman and even Fred Kerley are pounce on that, if they all make the 100m final at the world championships.

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        • #19
          Yohan and Ackeem blake both looked very good, running 9.98 in their heat too. Jamaica actually has a good chance in medaling in the men's relay for the first time since 2016.

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          • #20
            Shelly-Ann back with the mind games again lol. She showed up for the race but didn't move out of the blocks to run when the race got on. Briana won the heat in 10.99. Elaine won the 'pre showdown' with shericka jackson, taking the other heat in 10.91 compared to shericka jackson and Kemba Nelson, who both ran 10.98. Elaine and shericka looked ominously good. Just doing the bare minimum to move on to the finals. Kemba Nelson again holding her own very well with the big too. The race for third is gonna be close between her and Brianna Williams.

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            • #21
              Love it.

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              • #22
                Fraser-Pryce didn't even get into her running outfit, was in a full track suit at the start. She did move out of the blocks though, seemed like a half-ass start and then just walked off. Agreed on ETH and SJ, both looked tremendous. Wonder if they will give it their all in the final. Jamaica's w4x1 is going to be chasing that WR again.

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                • #23
                  Yes, you're right. That 200m final is gonna be lit! All three could run sub 22. That 4*100 should have been shattered last year but the baton passes were way too off, crossing my fingers for them this year.
                  Shericka's start has actually been quite good so far in the championships. Elaine's start though...... she was left behind both in the heats and the semi-finals. The final will be fun to watch

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Track78 View Post
                    Fraser-Pryce didn't even get into her running outfit, was in a full track suit at the start. She did move out of the blocks though, seemed like a half-ass start and then just walked off.
                    I think there's a rule that says if you withdraw from an event after the meet has started (or some other cutoff time), you can't compete in any more events. Apparently that's why she showed up and DNF'd rather than skipping the semi completely.

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                    • #25
                      Great run and new under 19 record for JA?

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                      • #26
                        Tina Clayton 10.96 to win the U20 100m. National U20 record. wind +1.0

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                        • #27
                          Yohan Blake is back, 9.85 for the win!

                          JA-Mens100m.png
                          (some of their ages are wrong; maybe these ages are as of the start of this year.)

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                          • #28
                            Yohan Blake turns back the clock to run 9.85s to win the men's 100m. Oblique Seville second in 9.88s.

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                            • #29
                              Shericka Jackson wins in 10.77, Kemba Nelson second in 10.88, Olympic Champion Elaine Thompson-Herah in third 10.89!

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                              • #30
                                Was that a rolling start by Blake? Anybody have the reaction time? Way to turn back the clock though. I didn't think he had that type of run left in him.

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