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  • Lausanne Mens 100m

    Heat 2:

    rank athlete nat finish time

    1 MARTINA, Churandy AHO 10.16
    2 FORSYTHE, Mario JAM 10.27
    3 DIXON, Leroy USA 10.28
    4 COLLIO, Simone ITA 10.37
    5 MANCINI, Pascal SUISB 10.51
    6 SUNIER, Benjamin SUI 10.76
    7 WILSON, Alex SUI 10.82

    wind +1.0
    Regards,
    toyracer

  • #2
    Powell's on the mend.

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    • #3
      Powell continues his reign on the Euro circuit..........man he looked good!

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      • #4
        Asafa 10.07

        -1.8 wind....

        Good run.

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        • #5
          Powell looked really good in that race. Welcome back!

          Nice!

          Rodgers should note along with a few other athletes that flying over within a day of yoru race will absolutely zap your efforts.

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          • #6
            Fast gun and Powell took it away as we were used to see him. Wins with 21/100!!! Wind -1,8!
            Too bad the track was like a swimming pool....

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            • #7
              ank athlete nat finish time

              1 POWELL, Asafa JAM 10.07
              2 MULLINGS, Steve JAM 10.28
              3 RODGERS, Mike USA 10.30
              4 FRATER, Michael JAM 10.31
              5 SAIDY NDURE, Jaysuma NOR 10.31
              6 WILLIAMS, Ivory USA 10.35
              7 BURNS, Marc TRI 10.38
              8 PADGETT, Travis USA 10.42

              wind -1.8

              Mullings ahead of Rodgers; I like that. The US Nat champ was almost beaten by the three Jamaicans in the field.
              Regards,
              toyracer

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              • #8
                Looks like some of the americans haven't recovered from the trials. That's my story and I'm sticking with it. :cry:

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by toyracer
                  ank athlete nat finish time

                  1 POWELL, Asafa JAM 10.07
                  2 MULLINGS, Steve JAM 10.28
                  3 RODGERS, Mike USA 10.30
                  4 FRATER, Michael JAM 10.31
                  5 SAIDY NDURE, Jaysuma NOR 10.31
                  6 WILLIAMS, Ivory USA 10.35
                  7 BURNS, Marc TRI 10.38
                  8 PADGETT, Travis USA 10.42

                  wind -1.8

                  Mullings ahead of Rodgers; I like that. The US Nat champ was almost beaten by the three Jamaicans in the field.
                  Only one race, question can it be repeated, there's always the next race :wink:
                  on the road

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                  • #10
                    Powells looking good. A close race now with Gay and i will be happy about Berlin, knowing hes on the start line with a chance for Gold or Silver.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by jeremyp
                      Looks like some of the americans haven't recovered from the trials. That's my story and I'm sticking with it. :cry:
                      That and going back to some sort of heavy training.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Mikewats
                        Powells looking good. A close race now with Gay and i will be happy about Berlin, knowing hes on the start line with a chance for Gold or Silver.
                        While Rogers has been having a good year, he is no Tyson. Tyson v Asafa will render far different results! Guaranteed! ( I hope :lol: )
                        Now Bolt, that's a whole different story.

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                        • #13
                          People, your first few races in Europe will be taxing when you just arrive there. You HAVE to get adjusted after the travel.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by justblaze1011
                            Originally posted by jeremyp
                            Looks like some of the americans haven't recovered from the trials. That's my story and I'm sticking with it. :cry:
                            That and going back to some sort of heavy training.
                            Not to mention I thought the ideal race to win is the WC 100 title...not some GP title.

                            But then, what do I know? :roll:

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by knite
                              People, your first few races in Europe will be taxing when you just arrive there. You HAVE to get adjusted after the travel.
                              I agree!!!!

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