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  • 2009 USATF: w20k Walk - Teresa Vaill 1:37:12

    1. Teresa Vaill (Walk USA) 2
    2. Joanne Dow (adidas) 1
    3. Solomiya Login (unattached) 7
    4. Maria Michta (Walk USA) 8
    5. Susan Armenta (unattached) 3
    6. Lauren Forgues (Maine RW) nr
    7. Miranda Melville (unattached) nr
    8. Jolene Moore (New York AC) 5
    9. Susan Randall (Miami VTC) nr
    10. Leā€™erin Voss (unattached) nr

  • #2
    My pick:

    Dow
    Vail
    Randall

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    • #3
      Re: 2009 USATF: w20k Walk

      Vaill
      Dow
      Michta

      No offense Walkers but I don't expect much excitement in this race.

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      • #4
        Vaill & Dow will both be looking for the A standard. Expect them to work together as a team as long as possible, trying to make it as short a race as possible. After that, its anyone's guess. Michta & Login are the favorites to get the 3rd slot but both will be far behind the leaders. No one else in the field is a contender.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MJR
          Vaill & Dow will both be looking for the A standard. Expect them to work together as a team as long as possible, trying to make it as short a race as possible. After that, its anyone's guess. Michta & Login are the favorites to get the 3rd slot but both will be far behind the leaders. No one else in the field is a contender.
          Event 22 Women 20000 Meter Race Walk
          ================================================== =============================
          Sunday 6/28/2009 - 8:00 AM
          World: 1:26:52.3h 9/6/2001 Olimpiada Ivanova, RUS
          American: 1:33:28.15 6/25/2005 Teresa Vaill, Walk USA
          Name Year Team Seed
          ================================================== =============================
          Section 1 Timed Finals
          1 Le'erin Voss Parkside A C 1:49:10.00
          2 Maria Michta Walk USA 1:46:02.00
          3 Erin Taylor South Texas Walk 1:50:50.00
          4 Miranda Melville Wisc-Parkside 1:47:01.00
          5 Teresa Vaill Walk USA 1:36.19
          6 Joanne Dow unattached 1:34.15
          7 Susan Randall unattached 1:47:34.00
          Login not in start list?

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          • #6
            Wow, totally missed that one! :x :x

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            • #7
              Event 22 Women 20000 Meter Race Walk
              ================================================== =============
              World: W 1:26:52.3h 9/6/2001 Olimpiada Ivanova, RUS
              American: A 1:33:28.15 6/25/2005 Teresa Vaill, Walk USA
              Name Year Team Finals
              ================================================== =============
              Finals
              1 Teresa Vaill Walk USA 1:37:12.84
              2 Joanne Dow unattached 1:39:59.32
              3 Maria Michta Walk USA 1:41:16.24
              4 Miranda Melville Wisconsin-Parkside 1:45:38.87
              5 Erin Taylor South Texas Walk 1:50:12.22
              6 Susan Randall unattached 1:50:46.41
              7 Le'erin Voss Parkside A C 1:51:21.51

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              • #8
                Vaill once more and walking events in US still very weak. Vaill has B standard and surely will be the only US athlete in 20KMW.

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                • #9
                  How do you suggest that weakness be remedied??

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                  • #10
                    Why should a Portuguese fan from an internet message board feel responsible for fixing the problems of US walkers?
                    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by MJR
                      How do you suggest that weakness be remedied??
                      Joining walking events to NCAA competition could help.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by MJR
                        How do you suggest that weakness be remedied??
                        How about extinction?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Conor Dary
                          Originally posted by MJR
                          How do you suggest that weakness be remedied??
                          How about extinction?
                          that's an idiotic comment. i'm trying to be constructive and you're being a jerk. why not just do away w/ the tj, which we suck at too?

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