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  • Berlin m400: Wariner way off PR...

    ...but not that 44.05 is 'slow' by any stretch of the imagination! :shock:

    Only one under 45, very commanding win. North Americans take top four spots, Europeans take the bottom four.

    1 WARINER, Jeremy USA 44.05
    0.283
    2 CHRISTOPHER, Tyler CAN 45.10
    0.279
    3 TAYLOR, Angelo USA 45.21
    0.286
    4 WILLIAMSON, Darold USA 45.38
    0.242
    5 WISSMAN, Johan SWE 45.41
    0.227
    6 DJHONE, Leslie FRA 45.56
    0.226
    7 SWILLIMS, Bastian GER 46.54
    0.252
    8 SCHULTZ, Ingo GER 46.58
    0.341

  • #2
    Best times at ISTAF

    43.94 Michael Johnson 1 27.08.1993
    44.04 Michael Johnson 1 30.08.1994
    44.05 Jeremy Wariner 1 16.09.2007
    44.26 Jeremy Wariner 1 03.09.2006
    44.43 Gary Kikaya 2 03.09.2006
    44.49 Harry Reynolds 1r1 21.08.1987
    44.56 Steve Lewis 1 10.09.1991
    44.56 Michael Johnson 1 01.09.1995
    44.61 Danny Everett 1 17.08.1990
    44.62 Michael Johnson 1 01.09.1998
    44.66 Danny Everett 2r1 21.08.1987
    44.68 Harry Reynolds 2 27.08.1993

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    • #3
      Jeez, Jeremey Wariner sucks now, he definately should move up to the 800 now! :P

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      • #4
        His first and last 50 looked VERY fast today ...

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        • #5
          Guy wins a sprint race by more than a second against some of the world's top runners. So what's important? "Warnier Way Off PR ... "

          Geez! Maybe they could change the site's name from "Track & Field News" to "Timing Times".

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          • #6
            Originally posted by George P.
            Guy wins a sprint race by more than a second against some of the world's top runners. So what's important? "Warnier Way Off PR ... "
            If I could have added a smiley to the subject line to highlight my sarcasm, then I would have... :roll:

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            • #7
              Wonder if anyone has ever won a GL 400 by 1.05 before? (maybe MJ?)

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              • #8
                Originally posted by gh
                Wonder if anyone has ever won a GL 400 by 1.05 before? (maybe MJ?)
                For example Wariner last year
                http://www.iaaf.org/GLE06/results/event ... index.html

                Of course, Kikaya ran 44.66 in the second race so the winning margin might be calculated as "just" 1.04 there.

                Also Wariner:
                http://www.iaaf.org/GLE06/results/event ... index.html

                He's kind of good isn't he?

                Or did you mean *exactly* 1.05?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by gh
                  Wonder if anyone has ever won a GL 400 by 1.05 before? (maybe MJ?)

                  Just doing some quick "research", it appears MJ has several wins in the 0.7 to 0.8 range, but nothing of a 1.0+ magnitude.

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                  • #10
                    Wariner won last year's Paris GL by 1.11 seconds.

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                    • #11
                      I was really surprised at how tired Warnier looked after the race. On TV they always look so fresh after the race. He took a long time to get moving and kept bending over. Just kind of surprised us. He is human after all!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by mojo
                        I was really surprised at how tired Warnier looked after the race. On TV they always look so fresh after the race. He took a long time to get moving and kept bending over. Just kind of surprised us. He is human after all!
                        It's the altitude...

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