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    1 TORRANCE Jamaal 1983 USA
    2 STEPHENS Ato 1979 TRI
    3 MERRITT Lashawn 1986 USA
    4 KIKAYA Gary 1980 COD
    5 NEVILLE David 1984 USA
    6 TAYLOR Angelo 1978 USA
    7 LICCIARDELLO Claudio 1986 ITA
    8 AYRE Sanjay n/c JAM

    Expectations for Taylor ?

  • #2
    Funny you said that - after LMs last race 44.4x I think AT could upset LM

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    • #3
      43.98 for Merritt :!:
      http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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      • #4
        Originally posted by nevetsllim
        43.98 for Merritt :!:
        I hope so?????

        Otherwise, it would make JWs loss even more bitter. I mean if he loses to two people in a row after the Oly games it would seem his Champ Status is already waning :wink:

        Next years WC will be a hoot, can't wait for the talk on these and other boards.

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        • #5
          1 LaShawn Merritt USA 43.98 20
          2 Angelo Taylor USA 44.38 16
          3 Gary Kikaya COD 45.01 14
          4 David Neville USA 45.54 12

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          • #6
            I hope the 2 top guys meet in Stuttgart for one last duel. Or maybe Van Damme?

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            • #7
              PCPB; non-Wariner-race PB ;-)

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              • #8
                I think Merritt said this was his last race of the season. Darn.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Madd Marine
                  I think Merritt said this was his last race of the season. Darn.
                  good decision, no reason to risk injury on nowhere races for flowers and cash. National champ, Olympic Champ are plenty of honors for year 2008. Time to rest for next year.
                  ... nothing really ever changes my friend, new lines for old, new lines for old.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by paulthefan
                    Originally posted by Madd Marine
                    I think Merritt said this was his last race of the season. Darn.
                    good decision, no reason to risk injury on nowhere races for flowers and cash. National champ, Olympic Champ are plenty of honors for year 2008. Time to rest for next year.
                    He is just afraid to race JW and lose again and end up having a losing record of 3-4 against JW :lol:

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                    • #11
                      [quote=proofs in the pudd'in]
                      Originally posted by paulthefan
                      Originally posted by "Madd Marine":2l1rlhv0
                      I think Merritt said this was his last race of the season. Darn.
                      good decision, no reason to risk injury on nowhere races for flowers and cash. National champ, Olympic Champ are plenty of honors for year 2008. Time to rest for next year.
                      He is just afraid to race JW and lose again and end up having a losing record of 3-4 against JW :lol:[/quote:2l1rlhv0]

                      Like Merritt cares about the count. He has the GOLD. :lol:

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                      • #12
                        There's no way Merritt's worried about rankings right now or losing some circuit race to JW. It's all over 'til next season for all intents and purposes.

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                        • #13
                          [quote=proofs in the pudd'in]
                          Originally posted by paulthefan
                          Originally posted by "Madd Marine":3jydtzjp
                          I think Merritt said this was his last race of the season. Darn.
                          good decision, no reason to risk injury on nowhere races for flowers and cash. National champ, Olympic Champ are plenty of honors for year 2008. Time to rest for next year.
                          He is just afraid to race JW and lose again and end up having a losing record of 3-4 against JW :lol:[/quote:3jydtzjp]

                          Nah as much as I would like to be in on this joke I think he genuinely wants to rest this one out due to seasonn's wear. I think he is willing to race JW as many times as are possible in order to as best as possible size JW up to eventually get the better of him in future races. So I don't think he cares a whole lot about losing to him during this season.

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                          • #14
                            Serious kudos to the two of them. Their "non-dodging" is one of the season's hilights...

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Madd Marine
                              There's no way Merritt's worried about rankings right now or losing some circuit race to JW. It's all over 'til next season for all intents and purposes.
                              Wariner, naturally, stated at the week-end that he is hoping to end the year ranked number one. He, himself, has no choice but to press on.

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