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  • Lausanne m110H

    1 WIGNALL Maurice 1976 JAM
    2 BROWN Joel 1980 USA
    3 AKINS Tyrone 1986 USA
    4 ROBLES Dayron 1986 CUB
    5 OLIVER David 1982 USA
    6 WILSON Ryan 1980 USA
    7 PHILLIPS Richard n/c JAM
    8 VAN DER WESTEN Marcel n/c NED

  • #2
    wow...lane 8 guy starting the hallway! hahah poor guy

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    • #3
      Rare false start in Lausanne. VanderWesten.

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      • #4
        Oliver stuns Robles, looks like Robles eased up....hit last hurdle

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        • #5
          That last race was very close between these two. This was sweet revenge for Oliver.

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          • #6
            Nothing rare about a van der Westen false start. He clearly does it deliberately.

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            • #7
              Wow! Robles nicked number 8 and it was enough to throw him off. Winner was Oliver in 13.02, Robles 13.11.

              Photo reading taking too long. We need the Lynx crew from the US!

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              • #8
                False starts, in general, are rare in Lausanne. Rather quick guns here. I noticed it two years ago. Hasn't changed.

                TV people like that.

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                • #9
                  That's as maybe, van der Westen will always find a way ...

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                  • #10
                    robles hit the last 2 hurdles, trail leg on 2nd to last, which lost him his rythm, then lead on the last hurdle, he would have been sub 13.

                    oliver got 13.02 and robles 13.17

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Mikewats
                      robles hit the last 2 hurdles, trail leg on 2nd to last, which lost him his rythm, then lead on the last hurdle, he would have been sub 13.
                      Never mind a sub-13. He was about 2 meters ahead of Oliver. That could have been a WR!
                      Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Powell
                        Never mind a sub-13. He was about 2 meters ahead of Oliver. That could have been a WR!
                        ??!! I was watching on JustinTV and in the replays it looked like R had half a meter on O as they approached the 8th and O was closing! {still think R would have won on the run-in). R would have been sub-13, but not by much.

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                        • #13
                          they are probably going maybe 0.90s speed at the end

                          if it was 2m. that gives 0.18s, which subtracted from oliver's time of 13.02 -> ~ 12.84 albeit oliver always closes at the end, so it would be slower than that

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Powell
                            Originally posted by Mikewats
                            robles hit the last 2 hurdles, trail leg on 2nd to last, which lost him his rythm, then lead on the last hurdle, he would have been sub 13.
                            Never mind a sub-13. He was about 2 meters ahead of Oliver. That could have been a WR!
                            I don't think so, Oliver was catching up a little bit even before Robles stepped into the eighth hurdle. However, when Robles did, the race was over. I don't recall him stepping into a hurdle, now it's happened twice in the same race. Had he not lost his rhythm I think it could have been 12.95 at best.

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