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  • Merrit 44.34

    Lashawn Merrit is warming up nicely withh 44.34 in the Guadeloupe Grand Prix., beating Angelo Taylor in 45.06

    Johnson's Long Jump of 8.30m is a sound effort at this time of the season.

  • #2
    And its the second best sea level performance ever at 2nd May or earlier.

    Only Wariner is faster on 22nd April in 44.12 secs.

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    • #3
      And apparently this also just in:

      The Japanese Imperial Navy has launched a pre-dawn attack on Pearl Harbor in the territory of Hawaii. Still awaiting news of President Roosevelt's response.

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      • #4
        Michael Johnson ran 43.75 and 44.23 in April. Also ran a 43.9 hand time in March.

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        • #5
          All sub-44.50 prior to May 2 any year

          43.75 Michael Johnson 1 Waco 19.04.1997
          44.12 Jeremy Wariner 1r5 Waco 22.04.2006
          44.23 Michael Johnson 1 Norman 11.04.1992
          44.26A Alvin Harrison 1 Roodepoort 16.03.1998
          44.34 LaShawn Merritt 1 Baie Mahault 01.05.2008
          44.41 Michael Johnson 1 Des Moines 27.04.1996
          44.45 Steve Lewis 1 Walnut 18.04.1992
          44.46 Quincy Watts 2 Walnut 18.04.1992
          44.47 Tyree Washington 1 Walnut 22.04.2001

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          • #6
            Originally posted by pela2
            All sub-44.50 prior to May 2 any year

            43.75 Michael Johnson 1 Waco 19.04.1997
            44.12 Jeremy Wariner 1r5 Waco 22.04.2006
            44.23 Michael Johnson 1 Norman 11.04.1992
            44.26A Alvin Harrison 1 Roodepoort 16.03.1998
            44.34 LaShawn Merritt 1 Baie Mahault 01.05.2008
            44.41 Michael Johnson 1 Des Moines 27.04.1996
            44.45 Steve Lewis 1 Walnut 18.04.1992
            44.46 Quincy Watts 2 Walnut 18.04.1992
            44.47 Tyree Washington 1 Walnut 22.04.2001
            Talk about your basic Trivial Pursuit!

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            • #7
              Re: Merrit 44.34

              Originally posted by bennyg
              Lashawn Merrit is warming up nicely withh 44.34 in the Guadeloupe Grand Prix., beating Angelo Taylor in 45.06

              Johnson's Long Jump of 8.30m is a sound effort at this time of the season.
              Try this thread just down the page a bit. Lot of stuff on the 44.34 and even other marks from the meet.

              http://mb.trackandfieldnews.com/disc...30391&start=40

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              • #8
                Originally posted by pela2
                All sub-44.50 prior to May 2 any year

                43.75 Michael Johnson 1 Waco 19.04.1997
                44.12 Jeremy Wariner 1r5 Waco 22.04.2006
                44.23 Michael Johnson 1 Norman 11.04.1992
                44.26A Alvin Harrison 1 Roodepoort 16.03.1998
                44.34 LaShawn Merritt 1 Baie Mahault 01.05.2008
                44.41 Michael Johnson 1 Des Moines 27.04.1996
                44.45 Steve Lewis 1 Walnut 18.04.1992
                44.46 Quincy Watts 2 Walnut 18.04.1992
                44.47 Tyree Washington 1 Walnut 22.04.2001
                It was quite sad how he destroyed the field that day.

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                • #9
                  A 19.80w and a 44.34, each time he has no competition. Is this enough to beat JW? I think Merritt might beat Wariner at the US trials, but i think when it comes to the Olympics, Wariner has it. It's just hard seeing wariner get beat, but if anyone can beat Wariner it's Merritt. Just PLEEZ, pray that neither of these guys is on drugs :!:

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by lewismyhero
                    A 19.80w and a 44.34, each time he has no competition. Is this enough to beat JW? I think Merritt might beat Wariner at the US trials, but i think when it comes to the Olympics, Wariner has it. It's just hard seeing wariner get beat, but if anyone can beat Wariner it's Merritt. Just PLEEZ, pray that neither of these guys is on drugs :!:
                    Why do you pray that neither is on drugs? It sounds as if you are enjoying the thought of a close battle between the two...What if drugs were what facilitated a close battle around 43.5 to take place? You'd enjoy it, and remain ignorant of the drugs, at least for a while, and so it is the knowledge of drug use that bothers you, not its actual use....

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                    • #11
                      Oh, i'd enjoy seeing them battle it out at 43.5 or 42.5 :shock: , it's just the thought of either Wariner or Merritt getting busted and leaving the other to win without any competition. Imagine Tyson running in a field where he is the only guy running under 10 seconds (in the 100). It's boring. I don't care if either on drugs when they run against each other. Remember when we were all anticipating a Powell vs. Gatlin? Gatlin was on drugs and thus, no showdown. Everyone would hate that.

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