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  • DentyCracker
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    Originally posted by eldrick
    whose ray stewart coaching ?
    was coaching Marvin Anderson, Anderson is now with Ray Stewart's former coach Glen Mills

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  • Speedster
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    Originally posted by deroki
    Originally posted by Jamaican Sensation
    Originally posted by Jon
    Originally posted by Speedster
    Linford is a task master, I wonder if MLF will be able to survive the training?
    If he coped with Tony Lester's training, then he'll be able to cope with Linford. If anything, I feel this could be a step backwards for him, but time will tell.
    What makes you think Tony Lester's training is tougher than Linfords?


    Maybe worth noting that 'tougher' does not always mean 'better'.
    Indeed - my concern is that his injury prone body won't let him do the work that Linford requires to get results. Will be interesting to see.

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  • deroki
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    Originally posted by Jamaican Sensation
    Originally posted by Jon
    Originally posted by Speedster
    Linford is a task master, I wonder if MLF will be able to survive the training?
    If he coped with Tony Lester's training, then he'll be able to cope with Linford. If anything, I feel this could be a step backwards for him, but time will tell.
    What makes you think Tony Lester's training is tougher than Linfords?


    Maybe worth noting that 'tougher' does not always mean 'better'.

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  • eldrick
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    whose ray stewart coaching ?

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  • Jamaican Sensation
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    Originally posted by Jon
    Originally posted by Speedster
    Linford is a task master, I wonder if MLF will be able to survive the training?
    If he coped with Tony Lester's training, then he'll be able to cope with Linford. If anything, I feel this could be a step backwards for him, but time will tell.
    What makes you think Tony Lester's training is tougher than Linfords?

    Also at least it was only a partial tear and not a rupture, a year out could treat him well like it did for harry-AA and bring his Pb down by .25

    9.72 :lol:

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  • Jon
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    Originally posted by Speedster
    Linford is a task master, I wonder if MLF will be able to survive the training?
    If he coped with Tony Lester's training, then he'll be able to cope with Linford. If anything, I feel this could be a step backwards for him, but time will tell.

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  • Speedster
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    I wonder in hindsight if he would have decided to race in Sydney rather than just focusing on World Juniors.

    Linford is a task master, I wonder if MLF will be able to survive the training?

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  • tandfman
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    His 9.97 was windy. His legal PR is 10.04 and he hasn't broken 10.10 since 2003.

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  • AthleticsInBritain
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    Isn't that 9.97 windy? Christie may get him to run sub 10.00 again, but not the year after an achilles injury I should imagine.

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  • tandfman
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    Still is on the front page. Just scroll down a bit.

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  • DexterDanner
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    Mark Lewis-Francis enlists Linford Christie for career resurrection
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/others ... etics.html

    Was on T&FN front page.
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