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  • m400H, 18:30 Saturday--Clement 48.12

    Lane Bib Athlete Country 2006 Personal
    1 GRE Iakovákis Periklís GRE 47.82 47.82
    2 RUS Derevyagin Aleksandr RUS 49.70 49.50
    3 ASI Meleshenko Yevgeniy KAZ 49.47 48.46
    4 USA Clement Kerron USA 47.39 47.24
    5 AFR van Zyl L.J. RSA 48.05 48.05
    6 OCE Thomas Tristan AUS 49.88 49.88
    7 EUR Plawgo Marek POL 48.57 48.16
    8 FRA Keïta Naman FRA 48.95 48.17
    9 AME Thompson Kemel JAM 48.57 48.05

  • #2
    goodness who thinks up there lane assignments... same for the 200m.
    ... nothing really ever changes my friend, new lines for old, new lines for old.

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    • #3
      48,12 for winner Clement, who employed a 13-step pattern the entire race.

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      • #4
        Pos Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark React
        1 4 USA Clement Kerron USA 48.12 0.233
        2 5 AFR van Zyl L.J. RSA 48.35 0.163
        3 7 EUR Plawgo Marek POL 48.76 0.185
        4 9 AME Thompson Kemel JAM 48.80 0.178
        5 8 FRA Keïta Naman FRA 49.53 0.240
        6 2 RUS Derevyagin Aleksandr RUS 49.83 0.173
        7 6 OCE Thomas Tristan AUS 50.00 0.235
        8 1 GRE Alozídis Minás GRE 51.12 0.318
        9 3 ASI Meleshenko Yevgeniy KAZ 51.55 0.261

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        • #5
          what happened to the other greek guy????????

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          • #6
            Originally posted by paulthefan
            goodness who thinks up there lane assignments... same for the 200m.
            Aren't they just random draw? Or is there some kind of pattern by team? Demus got lane 1 in W 400H, so I don't think there's any kind of seeding going on.
            Cheers,
            Alan Shank

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            • #7
              nice confidence-boosting win for kerron & an outdoor title ( of sorts )

              i believe that's his 1st significant euro win as a senior ( nice enough time as well ), so sweet way to end his year & build on for next year

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              • #8
                Originally posted by louise tricard
                what happened to the other greek guy????????
                Giot hurt while working out yesterday

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by gh
                  Pos Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark React
                  1 4 USA Clement Kerron USA 48.12 0.233
                  2 5 AFR van Zyl L.J. RSA 48.35 0.163
                  3 7 EUR Plawgo Marek POL 48.76 0.185
                  4 9 AME Thompson Kemel JAM 48.80 0.178
                  5 8 FRA Keïta Naman FRA 49.53 0.240
                  6 2 RUS Derevyagin Aleksandr RUS 49.83 0.173
                  7 6 OCE Thomas Tristan AUS 50.00 0.235
                  8 1 GRE Alozídis Minás GRE 51.12 0.318
                  9 3 ASI Meleshenko Yevgeniy KAZ 51.55 0.261
                  So, what now? Does Kerron secure his place at number 2 this year? Bershawn will certainly rank number 1 again.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by EPelle
                    48,12 for winner Clement, who employed a 13-step pattern the entire race.
                    It's about time this guy put it all together. He is the greatest underachiever among current athletes. He should be dominating this event with his talent, physique and speed.
                    "Who's Kidding Who?"

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by CookyMonzta
                      Originally posted by gh
                      Pos Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark React
                      1 4 USA Clement Kerron USA 48.12 0.233
                      2 5 AFR van Zyl L.J. RSA 48.35 0.163
                      3 7 EUR Plawgo Marek POL 48.76 0.185
                      4 9 AME Thompson Kemel JAM 48.80 0.178
                      5 8 FRA Keïta Naman FRA 49.53 0.240
                      6 2 RUS Derevyagin Aleksandr RUS 49.83 0.173
                      7 6 OCE Thomas Tristan AUS 50.00 0.235
                      8 1 GRE Alozídis Minás GRE 51.12 0.318
                      9 3 ASI Meleshenko Yevgeniy KAZ 51.55 0.261
                      So, what now? Does Kerron secure his place at number 2 this year? Bershawn will certainly rank number 1 again.
                      I don't think he has the credentials for #2, despite winning this race.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by gh
                        Pos Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark React
                        1 4 USA Clement Kerron USA 48.12 0.233
                        2 5 AFR van Zyl L.J. RSA 48.35 0.163
                        3 7 EUR Plawgo Marek POL 48.76 0.185
                        4 9 AME Thompson Kemel JAM 48.80 0.178
                        5 8 FRA Keïta Naman FRA 49.53 0.240
                        6 2 RUS Derevyagin Aleksandr RUS 49.83 0.173
                        7 6 OCE Thomas Tristan AUS 50.00 0.235
                        8 1 GRE Alozídis Minás GRE 51.12 0.318
                        9 3 ASI Meleshenko Yevgeniy KAZ 51.55 0.261
                        again, who picks these teams? according to the IAAF website, there are 4 japanese and 1 chinese who have run faster than meleshenko this year. were they all not available?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Alan Shank
                          Originally posted by paulthefan
                          goodness who thinks up there lane assignments... same for the 200m.
                          Aren't they just random draw? Or is there some kind of pattern by team? Demus got lane 1 in W 400H, so I don't think there's any kind of seeding going on.
                          Cheers,
                          Alan Shank
                          I believe there's a random draw for one event (the men's 100?) and then everything moves event by event by rotation. There's no seeding involved at all. It's my recollection that it's always been that way at the WCup. Certainly has in recent years.

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                          • #14
                            I've said before that he can't hurdle, bottled in Helsinki, didn't rate him, and I'd love to be proven wrong (never saw his 47.75). Well done lad, my humble pie breakfast will taste just fine!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Jay Peterman
                              I've said before that he can't hurdle, bottled in Helsinki, didn't rate him, and I'd love to be proven wrong (never saw his 47.75). Well done lad, my humble pie breakfast will taste just fine!
                              jay

                              he got lane 1 in 'sinki

                              it's virtually impossible to win from there & even the toughtest of mentally-strong hurdlers know that ( we have "evidence" to support this from just yesterday - perkis got lane 1, but pulled out, claiming ?injury, but i think we know the real truth - he wasn't injured 1/52 ago ! )

                              his "failure" in 'sinki was his poor semi, where he didn't run it flat-out to tape & got lumbered with 1 in final
                              ( i checked those semis results & it looks to me if kerron had run his semi 0.12s slower he wouda got lane 8 in the final, run a far better race & we wouda been congratulating him on at least a bronze )

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