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  • '09 Rome m100: Gay beats Powell with 9.77 =AR

    1 GAY, Tyson
    USA
    9.96
    0.152
    2 PADGETT, Travis
    USA
    10.08
    0.126
    3 FRATER, Michael
    JAM
    10.11
    0.159
    4 RODGERS, Michael
    USA
    10.11
    0.151
    5 MARTINA, Churandy
    AHO
    10.22
    0.162
    6 JELKS, Mark
    USA
    SB 10.23
    0.159
    7 DI GREGORIO, Emanuele
    ITA
    10.37
    0.170
    8 HINDS, Andrew
    BAR
    10.39
    0.186
    9 RIPARELLI, Jacques
    ITA
    10.52
    0.190

  • #2
    Bailey too

    1 BAILEY, Daniel
    ANT
    NR 9.96
    0.149
    2 POWELL, Asafa
    JAM
    9.98
    0.158
    3 THOMPSON, Richard
    TRI
    10.04
    0.173
    4 BLAKE, Yohan
    JAM
    PB 10.05
    0.261
    5 MULLING, Steve
    JAM
    =PB 10.05
    0.169
    6 BURNS, Marc
    TRI
    10.15
    0.167
    7 CERUTTI, Fabio
    ITA
    10.27
    0.132
    8 COLLIO, Simone
    ITA
    10.29
    0.155
    9 TAKAHIRA, Shinji
    JPN
    10.37
    0.187

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    • #3
      Has anyone noticed how Bailey was looking to Asafa in the final meters?

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      • #4
        If that reaction time is right Blake should be comfortably sub 10 very soon.

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        • #5
          Wind?

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          • #6
            Golden Gala Roma (ITA) - Friday, Jul 10, 2009
            100 Metres - M
            ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Official Results - Men - 100 Metres - Heat1 - Wind : -0.1 m/s
            Pos Athlete Nat Mark Pts
            1 Tyson Gay USA 9.96
            2 Travis Padgett USA 10.08
            3 Michael Frater JAM 10.11
            4 Michael Rodgers USA 10.11
            5 Churandy Martina AHO 10.22
            6 Mark Jelks USA 10.23
            7 Emanuele Di Gregorio ITA 10.37
            8 Andrew Hinds BAR 10.39
            9 Jacques Riparelli ITA 10.52

            Official Results - Men - 100 Metres - Heat2 - Wind : +0.4 m/s
            Pos Athlete Nat Mark Pts
            1 Daniel Bailey ANT 9.96
            2 Asafa Powell JAM 9.98
            3 Richard Thompson TRI 10.04
            4 Yohan Blake JAM 10.05
            5 Steve Mullings JAM 10.05
            6 Marc Burns TRI 10.15
            7 Fabio Cerutti ITA 10.27
            8 Simone Collio ITA 10.29
            9 Shinji Takahira JPN 10.37

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            • #7
              lol nm

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              • #8
                Wow, with a 0.16 reaction time Blake would have won the race in 9.95! Outstanding run for Blake! I can't wait to see what he does in the finals!!!

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                • #9
                  Could this be the meet where Blake go sub 10. Just hope he run hard and focus on his own race.


                  I missed the heats, and I was hoping to see how they all look, but can't cry over spill milk.


                  The final should be cracking!! Going out on the limb and pick Asafa, even though I didn't see the way he ran in the heat.

                  This Asafa 50 th sub -10 clocking.

                  what happen to the women's heat did they ran that yet?

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                  • #10
                    Padgett had a 0.12 reaction and he only ran 10.08. So I guess in the finals, he's gonna run 9.7 with the same reaction time.

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                    • #11
                      Has anyone noticed how Bailey was looking to Asafa in the final meters?
                      Yeah, I thought he was being foolish. Safa ignored him, and barring problems will make him pay.

                      The final should be fun...and fast!
                      You there, on the motorbike! Sell me one of your melons!

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                      • #12
                        I think Gay should beat Safa pretty easily in the finals, but we'll see.

                        I'm just curious to see what Blake does most of all though. 10.05 off of a 0.26 reaction time!!! Damn!!!! .26 reaction time, LOL!!!! That's a good tenth of a second slower than he can do out of the blocks! He has the potential to drop a sicko time if he wakes the hell up!

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                        • #13
                          I think Blake will run 10.1x in the finals. People put to much stock into things that athletes have little or no control over. SOmetimes we should just enjoy a performance for what it is.

                          Maybe thats to much to ask though.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by guruof track
                            I think Blake will run 10.1x in the finals. People put to much stock into things that athletes have little or no control over. SOmetimes we should just enjoy a performance for what it is.

                            Maybe thats to much to ask though.
                            THANK YOU!!!!!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by guruof track
                              I think Blake will run 10.1x in the finals. People put to much stock into things that athletes have little or no control over. SOmetimes we should just enjoy a performance for what it is.

                              Maybe thats to much to ask though.
                              I think the point is that we know that Blake has the potential to be running sub 10 right now, without any technical or physical improvements, and that's pretty exciting when you're talking about a teenager.

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