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  • gh
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    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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  • Rufus Cookie
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    WILLIE LSU 10.11, 20.45, 44.97

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  • utopian
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    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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  • Rufus Cookie
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    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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  • JohnG
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    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.

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  • just4fun
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    >Tommie Smith

    talk about overlooking the obvious

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  • just4fun
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    >Tommie Smith

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  • just4fun
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    of course - talk about overlooking the obvious

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  • slowcoach
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    >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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  • Rufus Cookie
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    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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  • itsme
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    Francis Obikwelu used to be a very competitive quartermiler. He has already gone under 10 and claims that he will run more quarters this year and in the near future, so we could see that double very soon.

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  • gh
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    Tommie Smith

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  • just4fun
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    oops ment to say don't think there is a sub-20 sub-45 besides johnson; apart from mj , of the elite quartermilers washington and everett have the best 200s both at about 20.08 check it out: http://www.mail-archive.com/[email protected] ... 18265.html

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  • just4fun
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    i don't think there is even a sub-10 sub-20 other than Johnson; apart from mj , of the elite quartermilers washington and everett have the best 200s both at about 20.08 check it out: http://www.mail-archive.com/[email protected] ... 18265.html

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  • eldrick
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    some interesting analysis on this topic ( I finally found it !)

    you have to excuse the juvenile verbiage intermixed - it is

    de rigeur

    for IAAF board


    http://www.iaaf.org/community/forums/Li ... icID=14739

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