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    1 4 Jamaica JAM - MULLINGS Steve 29/11/1982 3 0.162 9.91
    2 4 Jamaica JAM - CAMPBELL Clement 19/12/1975 5 0.169 9.92
    2 6 Estados Unidos de América USA - JOHNSON Joshua J. 10/05/1976 6 0.170 9.92
    4 3 Jamaica JAM - FRATER Michael 06/10/1982 2 0.155 9.95
    5 5 Estados Unidos de América USA - GRIMES Mickey 10/10/1976 4 0.143 9.99
    5 5 Portugal POR - OBIKWELU Francis 22/11/1978 7 0.175 9.99
    7 6 Estados Unidos de América USA - BLANTON Dabryan 03/07/1984 1 0.144 10.03
    8 3 Australia AUS - JOHNSON Patrick 26/09/1972 8 0.175 10.12
    I cannot find wind reading, but I suspect that was blowing a little...
    http://www.rfea.es/competi/zaragozameet ... 001ESP.htm

  • #2
    They must have a wind tunnel there...last year Obikwelu won at this meet in 9.84w/5.4!

    Lovely looking set of results...I'm guessing a wind over 5m/s...

    Justin

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    • #3
      Only 200m of altitude.

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      • #4
        +2.7

        It's on the Spanish Federation website:

        http://www.rfea.es/web/noticias/desarro ... odigo=1527

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        • #5
          Heat results:
          Heat 1 +1.3
          1 JOHNSON Joshua 10.01
          2 MULLINGS Steve 10.05

          Heat 2 +1.8
          1 GRIMES Mickey 10.01
          2 CAMPBELL Clement 10.02
          3 FRATER Michael 10.05

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          • #6
            Originally posted by gh
            Only 200m of altitude.
            35C/95F temperature though!

            Justin

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            • #7
              Zaragoza is listed as 258m (NW Zaragoza) and 419m (SE of city). Either way it's not an altitude venue - not even Kenenisa Bekele could run 12:49.53 [he won it by 38.1 seconds from 1st year junior Edwin Kipkorir). Mitchum won the 110h with a PR 13.23 (1.6) - followed by Bramlett 13.28, Brown 13.31, Quinonez 13.35 and Hughes 13.36. Phliips 8.37w (2.4), Quinley 8.26 (+2.8), Nima 8.26 (0.7). Some very good stuff

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              • #8
                Originally posted by pherekydes
                +2.7

                It's on the Spanish Federation website:

                http://www.rfea.es/web/noticias/desarro ... odigo=1527
                Tilastopaja Results: +3.7

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ILoveTrack
                  Originally posted by pherekydes
                  +2.7

                  It's on the Spanish Federation website:

                  http://www.rfea.es/web/noticias/desarro ... odigo=1527
                  Tilastopaja Results: +3.7

                  Full results at http://www.rfea.es/competi/zaragozameet ... t_2007.pdf

                  (also +3.7)

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                  • #10
                    I'd say that the biggest news from that extraordinary result is the ever-increasing strength of the Jamaican 4x1 team. Big breakthrough for Clement Campbell - already down to 10.10 this year, now at 10.02/9.92w. Also Steve Mullings' return to form - 10.05 equals his legit pb - and Michael Frater's return to his 05 self.

                    Mullings (10.05) - Bolt (10.03) - Campbell (10.02) - Powell (9.77). With Frater (10.05), Carter (10.11), Blake (10.11), Anderson (10.15) and Clarke (10.15) as back-ups! Scary. :shock:

                    Justin

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                    • #11
                      Some more, too:

                      Heusden +0.2
                      Dwight Thomas 10.15
                      Ricardo Williams 10.22

                      May not have been as warm as Zaragoza, so Thomas's time might be on a par with the Zaragoza fly boys.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Justin Clouder
                        I'd say that the biggest news from that extraordinary result is the ever-increasing strength of the Jamaican 4x1 team. Big breakthrough for Clement Campbell - already down to 10.10 this year, now at 10.02/9.92w. Also Steve Mullings' return to form - 10.05 equals his legit pb - and Michael Frater's return to his 05 self.

                        Mullings (10.05) - Bolt (10.03) - Campbell (10.02) - Powell (9.77). With Frater (10.05), Carter (10.11), Blake (10.11), Anderson (10.15) and Clarke (10.15) as back-ups! Scary. :shock:

                        Justin
                        On the other hand, if they're running all over the place (as somebody else noted, Thomas in Heusden), are they getting in any more stickwork than the Americans?

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                        • #13
                          If ever the Jamaicans are going to win a big 4x1, it's now.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by gh
                            Originally posted by Justin Clouder
                            I'd say that the biggest news from that extraordinary result is the ever-increasing strength of the Jamaican 4x1 team. Big breakthrough for Clement Campbell - already down to 10.10 this year, now at 10.02/9.92w. Also Steve Mullings' return to form - 10.05 equals his legit pb - and Michael Frater's return to his 05 self.

                            Mullings (10.05) - Bolt (10.03) - Campbell (10.02) - Powell (9.77). With Frater (10.05), Carter (10.11), Blake (10.11), Anderson (10.15) and Clarke (10.15) as back-ups! Scary. :shock:

                            Justin
                            On the other hand, if they're running all over the place (as somebody else noted, Thomas in Heusden), are they getting in any more stickwork than the Americans?
                            Maybe it can be America vs. Jamaica for who drops the baton first. I have a scenario in my head where America drops the baton in the first exchange and then jamaican third leg forgets that he is currently in a race because he is too busy watching the long jump.

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                            • #15
                              37.59 United States 1 Athínai 16.09.2006

                              Kaaron Conwright 08.08.76 USA
                              Wallace Spearmon 24.12.84 USA
                              Tyson Gay 09.09.82 USA
                              Jason Smoots 13.07.80 USA

                              i presume they'll draft in wally again

                              ok, no kaaron or jazz, but maybe the 2 "newbies" can run close to them

                              however, tyson running quicker this year than last

                              bottom line :

                              americans shoud go at least 37.6 this year with slick stix

                              no other country has ever run that fast...

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