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  • #16
    The correct name is Alonso Edwards and clearly some pay no attention to Junior Athletes in the South American continent.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by scoe
      The correct name is Alonso Edwards and clearly some pay no attention to Junior Athletes in the South American continent.
      I would say more than "some", if you're correct. He's listed as "Edward" in his iaaf bio and every result I've see for him so far.

      http://www.iaaf.org/athletes/biographie ... index.html

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      • #18
        ATFS Annual gives name as Edwards.

        Another typo perhaps on the Bio

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        • #19
          http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/A ... AID=666810

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          • #20
            Dude just blazed a 20.00 PR to win the Rethymno 200 over Mullings (20.01). He hasn't seemed as sharp since his early season races, so this is a bit of a shocker, imo. Particularly running Merritt into a well-beaten 3rd. :?

            Edward. Edwards. A sprinter by any other name would be as fast...

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Half Miler
              Dude just blazed a 20.00 PR to win the Rethymno 200 over Mullings (20.01). He hasn't seemed as sharp since his early season races, so this is a bit of a shocker, imo. Particularly running Merritt into a well-beaten 3rd. :?

              Edward. Edwards. A sprinter by any other name would be as fast...
              Barton County Baby 8-) 8-)

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              • #22
                :shock: man the first time I saw this kid run I was bugging out!!! He's the real deal. I would not be surprised if he doesn't go back to Barton JC.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by justblaze1011
                  :shock: man the first time I saw this kid run I was bugging out!!! He's the real deal. I would not be surprised if he doesn't go back to Barton JC.
                  I THINK he's gone pro already ...i can ask a couple people to verify it though

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by MostKnownUnknown
                    Originally posted by justblaze1011
                    :shock: man the first time I saw this kid run I was bugging out!!! He's the real deal. I would not be surprised if he doesn't go back to Barton JC.
                    I THINK he's gone pro already ...i can ask a couple people to verify it though
                    Yes let me know.

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                    • #25
                      I just asked him my self.....he said he's signed with Adidas's

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                      • #26
                        I guess you could say he's becoming one of the "most known unknowns". 8-)

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                        • #27
                          Edward(s) now sits at #3 all time on the Sth American lists at both 100m and 200m... both instances see two Da Silvas in front of him:

                          http://www.consudatle.org/Estadisticas/ ... nkperm.doc

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by AS
                            Edward(s) now sits at #3 all time on the Sth American lists at both 100m and 200m... both instances see two Da Silvas in front of him:

                            http://www.consudatle.org/Estadisticas/ ... nkperm.doc
                            Robson's 10.00 race was because of a faulty wind gauge.

                            Some of these marks should have been invalidated.

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                            • #29
                              Well, he's no longer an "unknown", that's for sure.

                              I'm still waiting on some confirmation that his surname is, indeed, Edward.

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