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  • Update 100m stats for Asafa....after the 9.89s in Poland

    Mo's total will be beat by next June at this rate.

    BTW, the temperature in Poland was :
    10 degrees Celsius, 50F.
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Asafa Powell
    48 sub-10s (9.72, 9.74, 9.77x4, 9.78, 9.82x2, 9.83x2, 9.84x2, 9.85x3, 9.86x2, 9.87x3, 9.88, 9.89x2, 9.90x2, 9.91x4, 9.93, 9.94x3, 9.95x3, 9.96x3, 9.97x2, 9.98x3, 9.99x3)

    24 sub-9.90s (9.72, 9.74, 9.77x4, 9.78, 9.82x2, 9.83x2, 9.84x2, 9.85x3, 9.86x2, 9.87x3, 9.88, 9.89x2)

    7 sub-9.80s (9.72, 9.74, 9.77x4, 9.78)

    Fastest 10 times average: 9.779 (9.72, 9.74, 9.77x4, 9.78, 9.82x2, 9.83)

    Sub-9.80 average: 9.76 (7 for 68.32)

    Sub-9.90 average: 9.8266 (24 for 235.84)

    Sub-10.00 average: 9.8877 (48 for 474.61)

    Sub-10s this Season (2008): 15 (9.72 Lausanne, 9.77 Rieti heat, 9.82 Monaco, 9.82 Rieti final, 9.83 Brussels, 9.87 Gateshead, 9.87 WAF Stuttgart, 9.88 Stockholm, 9.89 Poland, 9.90 JAM Trials heat, 9.91 Beijing OG Semi-Final 1, 9.94 London (CP), 9.95 Beijing OG Final, 9.96 Port-of-Spin (Tri), 9.97 JAM Trials Final)

    Sub-9.90s this Season: 9 (!) (9.72 Lausanne, 9.77 Rieti heat, 9.82 Monaco, 9.82 Rieti final, 9.83 Brussels, 9.87 Gateshead, 9.87 WAF Stuttgart, 9.88 Stockholm, 9.89 Poland)

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    I am looking for the next category, sub-9.70. Will he get to be WL for entries on that list as well (he is only behind by one :wink: ).

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    • #3
      He's simply amazing and if he'd just win one major Gold he could put us all out of our misery concerning on endless debate. (Of course until a healthy Bolt keeps at it for a few years).
      You there, on the motorbike! Sell me one of your melons!

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      • #4
        Re: Update 100m stats for Asafa....after the 9.89s in Poland

        Originally posted by Infama
        Mo's total will be beat by next June at this rate.

        BTW, the temperature in Poland was :
        10 degrees Celsius, 50F.
        +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

        Asafa Powell
        48 sub-10s (9.72, 9.74, 9.77x4, 9.78, 9.82x2, 9.83x2, 9.84x2, 9.85x3, 9.86x2, 9.87x3, 9.88, 9.89x2, 9.90x2, 9.91x4, 9.93, 9.94x3, 9.95x3, 9.96x3, 9.97x2, 9.98x3, 9.99x3)

        24 sub-9.90s (9.72, 9.74, 9.77x4, 9.78, 9.82x2, 9.83x2, 9.84x2, 9.85x3, 9.86x2, 9.87x3, 9.88, 9.89x2)

        7 sub-9.80s (9.72, 9.74, 9.77x4, 9.78)

        Fastest 10 times average: 9.779 (9.72, 9.74, 9.77x4, 9.78, 9.82x2, 9.83)

        Sub-9.80 average: 9.76 (7 for 68.32)

        Sub-9.90 average: 9.8266 (24 for 235.84)

        Sub-10.00 average: 9.8877 (48 for 474.61)

        Sub-10s this Season (2008): 15 (9.72 Lausanne, 9.77 Rieti heat, 9.82 Monaco, 9.82 Rieti final, 9.83 Brussels, 9.87 Gateshead, 9.87 WAF Stuttgart, 9.88 Stockholm, 9.89 Poland, 9.90 JAM Trials heat, 9.91 Beijing OG Semi-Final 1, 9.94 London (CP), 9.95 Beijing OG Final, 9.96 Port-of-Spin (Tri), 9.97 JAM Trials Final)

        Sub-9.90s this Season: 9 (!) (9.72 Lausanne, 9.77 Rieti heat, 9.82 Monaco, 9.82 Rieti final, 9.83 Brussels, 9.87 Gateshead, 9.87 WAF Stuttgart, 9.88 Stockholm, 9.89 Poland)
        Boy, looking at this super-impressive record, its hard to wrap my mind around the fact that AP has no major individual Gold medals (except for CW Games). I mean, despite not yet equalling MG's 50+ he has more fast times and hence, atleast by statistics: the best.
        Just shows the fine athlete/runner he is as against an excellent racer.

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