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  • #46
    Re: No sub-10

    Obikwelu ran 46.79 at the 94 world juniors, is that his best, and that makes him 16? when he ran it? was he like a 10.4/21.1 runner at the time?

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    • #47
      Re: No sub-10

      >Obikwelu ran 46.79 at the 94 world juniors, is that his best, and that makes
      >him 16? when he ran it? was he like a 10.4/21.1 runner at the time?

      15, even! Talk about unlimited potential.

      And what about Shawn Crawford? I'd love to see some of the top 200m guys giving it a lash at 4.

      Anyone for Kederis? (LOL)

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      • #48
        Re: No sub-10

        of course - talk about overlooking the obvious

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        • #49
          Re: No sub-10

          >Tommie Smith

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          • #50
            Re: No sub-10

            >Tommie Smith

            talk about overlooking the obvious

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            • #51
              Re: No sub-10

              A couple of Europeans who had the talent to get close (both very much 200 specialists who never trained for 100):
              Mennea: 10.01A & 45.87. I'm pretty sure he ran a few sub 45 relay legs.
              Regis: 10.07w (2.2m/s) & relay legs of 44.22 and 43.93. Also ran a 300 in 31.67.
              "I'm going out there to kick some butt. Hopefully not my own" Dean Macey

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              • #52
                Re: No sub-10

                Daniel Batman 10.19/45.02 improved his 100 best by 0.2 seconds this season and ran only one or two 400s? wasnt really concentrating on them at all, but he also ran a 0.12 PR/PB in the 200

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                • #53
                  Re: No sub-10

                  Is there a rule-of-thumb for adding to the time for non-opening relay legs? Of course, it depends upon the overall time, so perhaps the question should be what percentage should be added?

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                  • #54
                    Re: No sub-10

                    WILLIE LSU 10.11, 20.45, 44.97

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                    • #55
                      Re: No sub-10

                      >Is there a rule-of-thumb for adding to the time for non-opening relay legs? Of
                      >course, it depends upon the overall time, so perhaps the question should be
                      >what percentage should be added?>>

                      0.7 was the factor taught to me when I started at T&FN.

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