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  • #31
    Originally posted by TrackDaddy
    I believe its Sunday
    ONCE AGAIN THANKS BTW I KNOW ITS NOT HERE YET WHEN DOES THE WC'S START(WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS)

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    • #32
      Originally posted by dal4018
      Originally posted by TrackDaddy
      I believe its Sunday
      ONCE AGAIN THANKS BTW I KNOW ITS NOT HERE YET WHEN DOES THE WC'S START(WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS)
      Yeah TD it's Sunday.........June 7 Nike Prefontaine Classic
      Eugene, OR NBC, June 7, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

      The 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics will be taking place from August 15 - 23, 2009
      on the road

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Speedfirst
        Originally posted by dal4018
        Originally posted by TrackDaddy
        I believe its Sunday
        ONCE AGAIN THANKS BTW I KNOW ITS NOT HERE YET WHEN DOES THE WC'S START(WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS)
        Yeah TD it's Sunday.........June 7 Nike Prefontaine Classic
        Eugene, OR NBC, June 7, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

        The 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics will be taking place from August 15 - 23, 2009
        Thanks Speedfirst.

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        • #34
          I'm aware that I might come across as somewhat bias in my prediction which is Jays winning in world record time

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          • #35
            I think Rodgers finishes around 4th or 5th in this one.

            Dix
            Martina
            Thompson
            Rodgers

            Asafa could be anywhere from 1 to 8 depending upon which Asafa shows up on Sunday.

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            • #36
              The one thing I have to say is watch out for the winner of the B heat an hour earlier taking the overall win and prize money. Wind always more likely a tail before noon.

              Many are forgetting just how much wind was in play in the race in NYC last week. A pre-race analysis of each athlete's last race adjusted for wind would produce a surprising result using TFN's wind chart in the Big Gold Book.

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              • #37
                Re: Pre Men's 100 is loaded! Insane early season field.

                Originally posted by justblaze1011
                Originally posted by dal4018
                Originally posted by 110hedgeNYC
                This is a sick field.

                100 METERS - Section II
                Asafa Powell (Jamaica)
                Walter Dix
                Michael Rodgers
                Churandy Martina (Neth Antilles)
                Richard Thompson (Trinidad)
                Marc Burns (Trinidad)
                Jaysuma Ndure (Norway)
                Travis Padgett
                Agreed that's a very sick field I believe the winner will be under 9.8
                Ok, I'm now believing that your Dwight Love..LMAO!!! :lol:
                You're wrong for that, JB!

                Right now, all the loyal T&FN posters are calling up Wasserman, begging for them to open up the doors of TS again and get the riff-raff out of their forums

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                • #38
                  Re: Pre Men's 100 is loaded! Insane early season field.

                  Originally posted by nbonaddio
                  Originally posted by justblaze1011
                  Originally posted by dal4018
                  Originally posted by 110hedgeNYC
                  This is a sick field.

                  100 METERS - Section II
                  Asafa Powell (Jamaica)
                  Walter Dix
                  Michael Rodgers
                  Churandy Martina (Neth Antilles)
                  Richard Thompson (Trinidad)
                  Marc Burns (Trinidad)
                  Jaysuma Ndure (Norway)
                  Travis Padgett
                  Agreed that's a very sick field I believe the winner will be under 9.8
                  Ok, I'm now believing that your Dwight Love..LMAO!!! :lol:
                  You're wrong for that, JB!

                  Right now, all the loyal T&FN posters are calling up Wasserman, begging for them to open up the doors of TS again and get the riff-raff out of their forums
                  They're stuck w/ us, Nik... :lol: :lol:

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                  • #39
                    on 2nd thought, this race is too hard to call, which why it's intriguing.

                    Michael Rodgers may do it again, indeed.

                    Winning out of lane 1 at Reebok was impressive.

                    He showed better composure and speed endurance than in previous years.

                    Who knows on this one....

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by TrackDaddy
                      Just about everyone thinks Dix will win. I think Dix will be in the mix and MR will nip him at the tape. Dix hasn't raced much this year and MR has been killing it since indoor.
                      By "nip him at the tape" I hope you aren't implying that MR will be coming from behind Dix and pass him just before the tape.

                      Because although obviously Dix could lose in this race, I think the one thing that is rather obvious is that if he does lose, he will not be losing by getting out to a lead and then losing it to the field, rather, he would lose by starting out slow and then running out of real estate before he has enough time to blow past everyone.

                      Dix always starts out near the back of the pack and then beats up on everyone in the mph game. So if MR beat him, it would be because Dix wasn't quite able to catch up and nip him before they crossed the finish line, not the other way around.

                      Anyway, I still say

                      1. Dix

                      2. Padgett

                      3. Martina

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                      • #41
                        Re: Pre Men's 100 is loaded! Insane early season field.

                        Originally posted by nbonaddio
                        Originally posted by justblaze1011
                        Originally posted by dal4018
                        Originally posted by 110hedgeNYC
                        This is a sick field.

                        100 METERS - Section II
                        Asafa Powell (Jamaica)
                        Walter Dix
                        Michael Rodgers
                        Churandy Martina (Neth Antilles)
                        Richard Thompson (Trinidad)
                        Marc Burns (Trinidad)
                        Jaysuma Ndure (Norway)
                        Travis Padgett
                        Agreed that's a very sick field I believe the winner will be under 9.8
                        Ok, I'm now believing that your Dwight Love..LMAO!!! :lol:
                        You're wrong for that, JB!

                        Right now, all the loyal T&FN posters are calling up Wasserman, begging for them to open up the doors of TS again and get the riff-raff out of their forums
                        I know Nik, we too REAL for this site. They can't handle us and the truth we bring. Poor lil TF&N posters...aww

                        :lol:

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                        • #42
                          I have a feeling Asafa might take it :-)

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                          • #43
                            Re: Pre Men's 100 is loaded! Insane early season field.

                            Originally posted by justblaze1011

                            I know Nik, we too REAL for this site. They can't handle us and the truth we bring. Poor lil TF&N posters...aww

                            :lol:

                            This whole "us versus them" attitude can do no good and can only do harm.

                            There is no us or them anymore. We are all one now. So maybe instead of trying to start a huge fuss and commotion about it, instead maybe try to take the opportunity to make a few new friends and get to know the new crowd. I am sure if you treat everyone with as much respect as you want in return, everything will work out much better than if all the tracksharkers put up a huge "We're here, and you can't stop us, so screw off and let us talk amongst ourselves while you stay out of our way" kind of attitude. Nothing good is ever gonna come out of that shit.

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