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  • 2009 USATF: m100 - Michael Rodgers 9.91w

    1. Tyson Gay (adidas) 2
    2. Mike Rodgers (Nike) 6
    3. Walter Dix (unat) 1
    4. Travis Padgett (adidas) 4
    5. Darvis Patton (adidas) 3
    6. Rae Edwards (Hobson) nr
    7. Trindon Holliday (LSU) 10
    8. Ryan Bailey (Rend Lake JC) nr
    9. Leroy Dixon (Nike) 7
    10. Shawn Crawford (Nike nr

  • #2
    Gay in 1st is presuming he might do all rounds? My guess he's going to do blast one in round 1 or 2, then withdraw.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Anonymous
      Gay in 1st is presuming he might do all rounds? My guess he's going to do blast one in round 1 or 2, then withdraw.
      depending how he does in the 1st round will let us know how he "feels" about doing the next round, but don't expect him in the final.

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      • #4
        My pick (I think Gay will not run the final)

        Dix
        Rogers
        Padgett

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        • #5
          That 3rd spot is gonna be a battle between Padgett, Patton, Holliday and Edwards.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by knite
            That 3rd spot is gonna be a battle between Padgett, Patton, Holliday and Edwards.
            Gimme Patton.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by texas_speed
              Originally posted by knite
              That 3rd spot is gonna be a battle between Padgett, Patton, Holliday and Edwards.
              Gimme Patton.
              Especially given the way that he ran that 100m's at teh JAM nationals and then came back for the 200m's and shut down like 30m's from the line! :shock:

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              • #8
                Actually, I was picking Patton for 3rd if Tyson was in the final.

                Sans Tyson:

                Dix
                Patton
                Rodgers

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                • #9
                  So is Dix healthy or not???

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                  • #10
                    Great question...latest reports were he wasn't. But then again many said he wasn't still 100% last year at this time.

                    He knows how to run with injuries/coming off injuries. If he's healthy, he wins it (with no Tyson in the finals). If he's not, it gets a little more interesting.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by guruof track
                      So is Dix healthy or not???
                      He certainly looked healthy in Eugene. The question is: is he rusty?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by jeremyp
                        Originally posted by guruof track
                        So is Dix healthy or not???
                        He certainly looked healthy in Eugene. The question is: is he rusty?
                        The rounds might actually help Dix.

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                        • #13
                          I have to pick Mike Rodgers for the win

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by polevaultpower
                            I have to pick Mike Rodgers for the win
                            En Vogue.

                            I agree.

                            But Dix makes him earn it.
                            The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by jeremyp
                              He certainly looked healthy in Eugene. The question is: is he rusty?
                              Word is he got hurt in this race in Orlando the Saturday after Pre:
                              100 m Wind: -2.1
                              1 Trell Kimmons USA 10.32
                              2 Walter Dix USA 10.34
                              3 Adrian Griffith BAH 10.47
                              4 Bernard Williams USA 10.52
                              5 Chris Lawson USA 10.53
                              5 Rodney Green BAH 10.53
                              7 Robin Edwards USA 10.55
                              8 Chris Hargrett USA 10.89

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