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  • Euro Indoors m60mH finals

    Latest news according to BBC is that Borisov has (thankfully) been reinstated for the 60mH final.

    I say thankful as I'd rather see the best in the final and not having your trail leg on the right plane or whatever the rule is, is a bit of a case of picking nits.

  • #2
    Well that's a shock! Looks like Ducoure in 7.55, followed by Sedoc and I think Svoboda in 3rd.

    Allan Scott hit every hurdle in the race! :roll: Although Andy Turner makes a point to finish 4th.

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    • #3
      Allan Scott was pretty terrible, but ive learnt to not really expect anything from him. Another kick in the teeth for Turner who proves he is better than Scott, clear to everyone apart from those who dish out the funding it would seem.....

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      • #4
        Yes but the difference is, Allan Scott is Scottish...that'll ALL be about QUOTAS, believe you me...

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        • #5
          Final 18:50 06.03.2009
          Rank Bib Athlete Nation Result
          1 94 Doucouré, Ladji FRA 7.55
          2 217 Sedoc, Gregory NED 7.55
          3 36 Svoboda, Petr CZE 7.61
          4 133 Turner, Andy GBR 7.62
          5 249 Borisov, Yevgeniy RUS 7.64
          6 91 Darien, Garfield FRA 7.66
          7 11 Broothaerts, Damien BEL 7.74
          8 128 Scott, Allan GBR 7.78

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          • #6
            1 Doucouré, Ladji FRA 7.55
            The reports of his demise being premature?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Marlow
              1 Doucouré, Ladji FRA 7.55
              The reports of his demise being premature?
              Hmm, yes and no...he could have taken Sedoc blindfolded at his very best...

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              • #8
                outdoors yes, but indoors is a different race; one where the start is paramount and that's not Doucouré's strongest point. (and by "start" I don't mean reaction time; I mean getting up to speed)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Marlow
                  1 Doucouré, Ladji FRA 7.55
                  The reports of his demise being premature?
                  Well I think the reports were premature when he returned to place 4th in last year's Olympic final!
                  http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by gh
                    outdoors yes, but indoors is a different race; one where the start is paramount and that's not Doucouré's strongest point
                    ...but even then Doucoure's PB is a whole tenth quicker than Sedoc's (7.42 to 7.52).

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                    • #11
                      that 7.42 is still slack for a 12.97 guy

                      i use

                      110m time = (2.2 *60m time ) - 3.20 basic

                      which gives 7.42 -> ~ 13.12

                      12.97 ( assuming basic ) -> that he shoud be closer to ~ 7.35

                      he is a lot better over 110 than 60

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