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  • scottmitchell74
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    They're great! Thanks for asking.

    Speaking of family, it's good to see so many TSers grafted into this family. I think we class the joint up! :twisted: (Or at least spice it up)

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  • Speedfirst
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    Originally posted by scottmitchell74
    Thanks Speed!

    Good thing that link wasn't a snake!
    LOL..how's the family?

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  • jamaicantrackfan
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    Originally posted by guruof track
    I dont think its matching Fraser start, of course you cant let her TOO far out on you, but in Jeter/Stewart's case its getting a respectable start but the most important part is executing their drive phase and maintaining form from that point on and not pressing.
    Kerron, Jeter and Muna need to stay close to SAF at the start and through the drive phase and close up to 50m. If all four are within striking distance from 50-60m, I think Kerron should win.


    This was always a similar issue with Devers(similar to SAF at the start) and the rest(Ottey,Torrence and Privaloa).

    In the 1996 Atlanta final, Devers got a great start and drive phase and held on for the victory. At the grand prix final that year, both Ottey and Devers got great starts and Ottey had a killer finish and ran a blazing 10.74. That was a great race.

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  • jamaicantrackfan
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    Universal Sports website says 2pm EDT which I think is 11am Pacific time.

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  • The Atheist
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    Is it just me, or is the time off by a few hours.

    Right now its already 6:24 pm in Rome.

    And according the the meet website, the 100m races start at 19:30 and Rome time, so thats 7:30 pm Rome time, so that's about an hour from now at 10:30 am pacific time

    Yet, on the T&FN thing it says events start at 12:15 pm pacific time...

    which is it?

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  • scottmitchell74
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    Thanks Speed!

    Good thing that link wasn't a snake!

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  • Speedfirst
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    Originally posted by scottmitchell74
    Is there somewhere to see this?
    scott...go to the home page and to the right under results, the link and time are available 8-)

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  • scottmitchell74
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    Is there somewhere to see this?

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  • guruof track
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    I dont think its matching Fraser start, of course you cant let her TOO far out on you, but in Jeter/Stewart's case its getting a respectable start but the most important part is executing their drive phase and maintaining form from that point on and not pressing.

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  • Boxer4robb
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    Originally posted by knite
    That's really the key for anyone not named Fraser. You must match her start or be able to get out with her , stay close, as that is her strength. For those who's ability comes out in the latter stages of the 100, they would be keen on doing just that. Stay with her and allow for their speed to kick in and overtake her in the latter part of that race.
    Remember every athlete has their own mind on the track ,some of them if not most they listen to what their coach says and then on the track it they switch instincts and perform differently. so in most cases it's easier said than done

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  • knite
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    That's really the key for anyone not named Fraser. You must match her start or be able to get out with her , stay close, as that is her strength. For those who's ability comes out in the latter stages of the 100, they would be keen on doing just that. Stay with her and allow for their speed to kick in and overtake her in the latter part of that race.

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  • onlooker
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    Originally posted by jamaicantrackfan
    Originally posted by larro_yel
    Originally posted by jamaicantrackfan
    When Kerron focuses well, she can have a good/great start(same for Veronica). At the Jamaica Invitational at the beginning of May, Kerron had a great start and stayed with Fraser for the first 30m. Kerron then motored away for a great victory then in 10.92. Here is the race http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXzN6lH543s

    The key is for Kerron to focus and stay with SAF for the first 30m and she will win.

    SAF kinda reminds me of Devers. Bullet like start and runaway to victory(Merlene and Gwen were always chasing Devers to the line).


    Unless Jeter works on her start here and in Berlin, she is not going to win

    A million dollars is a lot of money to be chasing thus the focus I think will be there.. I think Jelimo(womens 800m) won it all in 2008.


    If Kerron is next to SAF, she won't look like she has a good start. The only way she does is if SAF has an ok start. Should be fun regardless.
    I support Jam but I am not discounting Jeter's chances here.



    One Love!

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  • knite
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    Originally posted by justblaze1011
    I'm pulling for Tyson, but you be a damn fool to bet against Asafa in a GL Meet!!!
    And he looked great in his last race! Asafa that is...!

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  • justblaze1011
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    I'm pulling for Tyson, but you be a damn fool to bet against Asafa in a GL Meet!!!

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  • texas_speed
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    Start lists are updated.

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