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  • Powell
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    There is an Andreas Duplantis competing for Sweden in the PV. It may be a long shot, but... any relation to Greg?

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  • Jon
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    Originally posted by The Captain
    Indeed.
    Kirani James 45.24!!!!
    Fourth on the world all-time youth list, and the best youth performance in 14 years.

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  • IFK_Vaxjo
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    Originally posted by The Captain
    Indeed.
    Kirani James 45.24!!!!
    That's some CR! World class result as of this season!

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  • The Captain
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    Indeed.
    Kirani James 45.24!!!!

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  • Jon
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    Originally posted by Mikewats
    Wake as got a horrific heat for the 400 semi's, he will probably run a PB now and run slower in the final and cost him a medal.
    Spot-on with your prediction. Great 46.86 PB in semis, 47.20 in final to finish fourth, just 0.05 away from a medal. :?

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  • gm
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    I hear that Hardy jogged through the line... :lol:

    A pretty dominant performance in tough conditions.

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  • DentyCracker
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    Japanese did not handle the wind well.
    I expected hardy to win easily and he did
    Wish Murphy could have run but if all goes to plan, two years from now he should be a MONSTER

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  • rainy.here
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    100 Metres - M Final
    09 July 2009 - 19:15
    Wind: -1.2 m/s
    Position Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark . React
    1 6 762 Prezel Hardy USA 10.57 . 0.196
    2 5 97 Aaron Brown CAN 10.74 . 0.202
    3 7 379 Giovanni Galbieri ITA 10.79 . 0.151
    4 4 410 Ryota Yamagata JPN 10.80 . 0.160
    5 8 131 Xiang Huang CHN 10.83 . 0.167
    6 1 411 Takumi Kuki JPN 10.88 . 0.158
    7 3 262 Jimmy Vicaut FRA 10.89 . 0.182
    8 2 717 Moriba Morain TRI 10.94 . 0.150

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  • DentyCracker
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    I expect Kirani James to romp the final. Ran 45.45 to win CARIFTA U-20 in April

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  • nevetsllim
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    Boys' 100m final to take place in about 15-minutes but the heavens have opened...

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  • az2004
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    qatra takes a silver in the boys multi-event.......

    back to thw M 100...

    http://www.iaaf.org/wyc09/results/event ... 00_hash_sf

    Heat 109 July 2009 - 16:20Wind: 1.1 m/sPosition Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark . React
    1 6 762 Prezel Hardy USA 10.38 Q . 0.177
    2 5 410 Ryota Yamagata JPN 10.61 Q . 0.171
    3 4 131 Xiang Huang CHN 10.62 Q (PB) 0.172
    4 3 717 Moriba Morain TRI 10.71 Q . 0.135
    5 7 609 Richmond Collins RSA 10.73 . 0.167
    6 2 579 Carlos Rodríguez PUR 10.84 . 0.206
    7 1 552 Mateo Edward PAN 10.88 . 0.161
    . 8 244 Ratu Banuve Tabakaucoro FIJ DNS . 0.000
    Heat 2 - revised09 July 2009 - 16:27Wind: 1.3 m/sPosition Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark . React
    1 6 97 Aaron Brown CAN 10.49 Q . 0.206
    2 8 262 Jimmy Vicaut FRA 10.56 Q (PB) 0.170
    3 3 379 Giovanni Galbieri ITA 10.59 Q (PB) 0.149
    4 5 411 Takumi Kuki JPN 10.61 Q . 0.135
    5 4 134 Juquan Tan CHN 10.62 . 0.173
    6 7 398 Kemar Bailey-Cole JAM 10.66 . 0.241
    7 2 55 Geno Jones BAH 10.72 . 0.172
    8 1 715 Jamol James TRI 10.91 . 0.147



    hardy is the real deal... we'll find out shortly

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  • dupontred
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    Yes, congrats to Alec. Let's hope he medals!

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  • The Captain
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    It seems strange that Ethiopia should only have one entrant in the boys' 3000m.

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  • mojo
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    Canadian boy Aaron Brown (10.46 PB) looking strong in the 100m!

    Of course immediate comparisons to Donovan Bailey.

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  • whenning2
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    Congrats to Alec Faldermeyer for making it to the finals in the hammer throw...The US has now had a male hammer thrower in the finals in every world youth and junior compeition since 2005.

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