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  • #91
    Originally posted by SoCal45 View Post
    m400h next...will dos Santos go under 47?
    I think he will at least go under the world lead (47.04)

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    • #92
      Dos Santos was brilliant. Went out HARD and held on well! 46.80.
      Rai will have his hands full!

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      • #93
        Yup, Dos Santos is the real deal. I don't think anyone's going under 46 again, but he definitely might beat Rai's PB.

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        • #94
          My god... considering Benjamin ran 47.0 after setbacks and now Dos Santos is under 47 again, 45.xx again in Eugene doesn't seem so farfetched to me (though its maybe unlikely?)

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          • #95
            Mondo going to 6.16 for the 'outdoor' best.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by SoCal45 View Post

              won't predict a USA sweep but I do agree all 3 will be under 1:55.50...now it is up to the others to do the same!
              The only time 3 women have run under 1:55.5 in the same race was back in 1980
              Add to that 1:55.5 would rank you 17th on the world all time lists, I very much doubt we are going to get all 3 medalists under 1:55.5 , but hey, we'll soon find out

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              • #97
                Originally posted by Wiederganger View Post

                The only time 3 women have run under 1:55.5 in the same race was back in 1980
                Add to that 1:55.5 would rank you 17th on the world all time lists, I very much doubt we are going to get all 3 medalists under 1:55.5 , but hey, we'll soon find out
                there's a 2nd time for everything :-)

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                • #98
                  Ceh may have pulled it out.

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by Wiederganger View Post
                    The only time 3 women have run under 1:55.5 in the same race was back in 1980
                    Add to that 1:55.5 would rank you 17th on the world all time lists, I very much doubt we are going to get all 3 medalists under 1:55.5 , but hey, we'll soon find out
                    Yeahbut

                    1. You know it's possible, perhaps with all 5 women.
                    2. You'd love it if it happened, no matter who finishes 1-2-3.

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                    • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                      Mondo going to 6.16 for the 'outdoor' best.
                      1st try bail - he knows EVERYthing has to be on to make it.

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                      • w200 ...well, that time won't scare anyone

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                        • Well, that's tough. DAS and Kambudji run great races - good time, but are .8 sec behind S Jackson!

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                          • MONDO OVER EASY!!! 6.16.

                            With the standards in by 5cm, that was a 6.25 jump.

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                            • Going to be tough for DAS in a few weeks. 3 Americans in 22.0 second form or better and running at home, 3 jamaicans in 22.1 form or better.

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                              • Wow, way over.

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