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  • J Wariner Vs L Merritt

    After the way that Lashawn has been running lately I must say that I am eager to see the show down next week with Jeremy and Lashawn at Crystal Palace

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    Re: J Weirner Vs L Merritt

    Jan Werner has been retired for over 30 years. Huge 400 talent though.

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    • #3
      The way wariner has been running subpar 200s by his standards it is easy to assume he is not in the same form of previous seasons. Hopefully the crystal palace run will set the record straight after the disappointment in sheffield.

      I have to admit i have been excited about merritt ever since his sub 20 and 44.06 pr it seems like he is ready to run anything between 43.6 and 43.8 at osaka and therefore give wariner a run for his money.

      Angelo taylor is still the dark horse for me but he proved a gutsy runner at the us champs.

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      • #4
        Screw the favourites, Ill be cheering for Johan Wissman in Osaka!

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        • #5
          what's the status of wariner in regards to the 4x400 team for the WC?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Turk
            Screw the favourites, Ill be cheering for Johan Wissman in Osaka!
            When's Wissman's next race?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Tristan
              what's the status of wariner in regards to the 4x400 team for the WC?
              ?? Is there any reason to think anything other than that there's a 110% chance he'll be anchoring it?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Jacksf
                When's Wissman's next race?
                London GP

                http://www.ukathletics.net/tvevents/nor ... art-lists/

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by gh
                  Originally posted by Tristan
                  what's the status of wariner in regards to the 4x400 team for the WC?
                  ?? Is there any reason to think anything other than that there's a 110% chance he'll be anchoring it?
                  oh... i was just wondering since he didn't run the 400 at nationals, right?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Tristan
                    Originally posted by gh
                    Originally posted by Tristan
                    what's the status of wariner in regards to the 4x400 team for the WC?
                    ?? Is there any reason to think anything other than that there's a 110% chance he'll be anchoring it?
                    oh... i was just wondering since he didn't run the 400 at nationals, right?
                    He has a 'bye' in the Trials because he is the defending WC 400m gold medalist. He is AUTOMATICALLY on the team as far as IAAF is concerned and his only obligations at Nationals was to run in some race, not the 400m. As with gh, I cannot conceive of a reason to not have him run when he is the best. Even for the Olympics, which does not have the auto selection for the defending champ, and as a result requires necessary placing at Nationals for the Open race, allows the USATF to select the relay teams.

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