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  • #31
    Delayed until 7:10. Another storm coming behind this one.

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    • #32
      10.01holliday
      10.08hall
      10.13 rowland
      10.15 wilkst

      13.29richardson

      44.96smith

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      • #33
        With the forecast I was surprised they did not move the meet up a few hours. A multi-day sporting event in Florida in May is bound to have weather delays.

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        • #34
          Has that Men's 5000m happened yet?

          Wanting to see what Shawn Forrest does...

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          • #35
            Originally posted by AS
            Has that Men's 5000m happened yet?

            Wanting to see what Shawn Forrest does...
            Finals
            1 Forrest, Shawn SR Arkansas 13:43.51R 10
            2 David, Tyson SR Alabama 13:55.46R 8
            3 Mecheso, Girma FR Auburn 14:00.32R 6
            4 MacPherson, Scott SR Arkansas 14:05.57R 5
            5 Weerts, Jean-Pierre JR Auburn 14:07.30R 4
            6 Lewis, Kyle SR Mississippi 14:10.00R 3
            7 Blaney, Sean JR Florida 14:12.63 2
            8 Bor, Emmanuel JR Alabama 14:16.95 1

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            • #36
              Thanks for that BillVoll... ggod win by the Aussie lad.

              Nice to see an Aussie lass also pick up 4th in the women's race.

              Good weekend all round with Aussie wins at various conference meets:

              McNeill (x2) at Big Sky
              Wheatley at Big 12
              Buckman at Pac 10
              Foster at Big 10

              More details here: http://www.athletics-gold.com/?p=1149

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              • #37
                Exciting meet. I don't recall the Tennessee men ever finishing so low. Wow.

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                • #38
                  Fun meet to watch. Some quick takes:

                  Trindon Holliday broke clear at 30m and held his lead nicely.
                  The m400 was a barn-burner and not decided till the bitter end.
                  Richardson's 110H technique is unorthodox with a punching lead arm motion . . . but it's effective!
                  Gaymon never threatened Dutch's win.
                  As overwhelming as Bowman was in the 1500, she was never a factor in the 8. She lost contact at 600.
                  Stripling is a very polished jumper. She even looked good when she missed.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Marlow
                    Fun meet to watch. Some quick takes:

                    Trindon Holliday broke clear at 30m and held his lead nicely.
                    The m400 was a barn-burner and not decided till the bitter end.
                    Richardson's 110H technique is unorthodox with a punching lead arm motion . . . but it's effective!
                    Gaymon never threatened Dutch's win.
                    As overwhelming as Bowman was in the 1500, she was never a factor in the 8. She lost contact at 600.
                    Stripling is a very polished jumper. She even looked good when she missed.
                    OF course Bowman "was never a factor in the 8." She was running for points. 800/1500 is imposible at NCAA. That is why I hope that she does 1500/5000 at regional. The others of the first six 800 runners are in the Mideast Regional and should advance to NCAA.

                    These first six half-milers were faster than the winners of the ACC, Big East, Big 10, Big 12 and the PAC 10. Bowman did well for a non-factor.
                    none

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                    • #40
                      Wright tops previous best by more than 2 seconds:

                      http://www.govolsxtra.com/news/2009/may ... sec-title/

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by RQ
                        1 Florida 38.74R 10 CL
                        1) Hall, Jeremy JR 2) Smith, Calvin JR
                        3) Wilks, Terrell SO 4) Demps, Jeff FR
                        2 Lsu 38.86R 8
                        1) Hayes, Armanti JR 2) Coppage, Will JR
                        3) Mvumvure, Gabriel SO 4) Holliday, Trindon JR
                        10 of 11 4x100's broke 40.00 - SEC=speed

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                        • #42
                          http://www.gainesville.com/article/2...-championships

                          Demps faltered during the 100, coming up lame with a hamstring injury. Holloway said he was unsure of the severity of Demps’ injury, but hopes to have him back for the national championships in June.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by RQ
                            10.01holliday
                            10.08hall
                            10.13 rowland
                            10.15 wilkst

                            13.29richardson

                            44.96smith
                            It's good to see Holiday update his 2-year-old PR, albeit barely.

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                            • #44
                              Not much talk about Booker Nunley's 13.49 in the 110H. Admittedly, I've never heard of him either, but he is only 18 years old and his time is the equal 10th best all time by a junior athlete.

                              Another junior I've not heard much about - Marcus Rowland - did pretty well too. He ran 10.13 (1.1ms), 20.69 (1.1ms) and 20.73 (-1.1). Pretty impressive set of times.

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                              • #45
                                Rowland

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