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  • 200m Men's Rankings

    We’ve done the 100 and the 400 for men, so let’s finish the sprints with the 200. There were a few more data points than the 200, but the only meets of significance (in order) were:

    1. WC
    2. GPF
    3. Brussels GL
    4. Rome GL
    5. Paris GL
    and USATF

    Times were lousy but the Honors Won/Head-to-heads confirmed each other for the most part. So:

    1. Capel – WC 1st, Paris 1st, USA 2nd
    2. Patton – WC 2nd, GPF 4th, ISA 1st, Brussels 4th, Paris 3rd
    3. JJ Johnson – WC 6th, GPF 1st, USA 3rd, Rome 4th
    4. Crawford – GPF 2nd, Brussels 3rd, Rome 2nd
    5. Buckland – WC 5th, GPF 3rd, Rome 3rd, Paris 4th

    so where is:
    A. Suetsugu – WC 3rd and then squat.
    B. Campbell – WC 4th and then squat.

    Only the relative weaknesses of the others would suggest that they deserve to be inserted above, possibly as high as 3rd and 4th, but I think they deserve 6th and 7th because they didn’t face the others enough.

  • #2
    Re: 200m Men's Rankings

    Capel
    Patton
    Crawford
    Johnson
    Buckland
    Suetsugu
    --------
    Campbell
    Clay
    Miller
    Gatlin
    Emoludu
    R.Williams
    mix them up and pour them out

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    • #3
      Re: 200m Men's Rankings

      If John Capel will be n.1, do you remenber when a world ranked n. 1 had such a slow time (20.17) or such a bad location on the seasonal list (12th)?

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      • #4
        Re: 200m Men's Rankings

        Capel ranked # 1 with his season best time slower than the time leading the junior list ?

        What a mess!!!

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