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    Clement studder stepping before the last two hurdles on the homestretch to win in 48.09, barely beating Phillips (48.11).

  • #2
    Imagine what he could do if he could actually hurdle...
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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    • #3
      Phillips has been consistent in the 48.1 range the last two races. Looking great going into Berlin.
      Cows need love too

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jamaicantrackfan
        Phillips has been consistent in the 48.1 range the last two races. Looking great going into Berlin.
        Looking great to do what? You usually don't bite your tongue on your 1st place predictions, wishes
        on the road

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        • #5
          Results

          Rank Athlete Nation Result Reaction time
          1 CLEMENT, Kerron USA SB 48.09 0.266
          2 PHILLIPS, Isa JAM 48.11 0.313
          3 VAN ZYL, Lj RSA SB 48.37 0.215
          4 MC FARLANE, Danny JAM 48.59 0.229
          5 CULSON, Javier PUR 48.95 0.275
          6 GAYMON, Justin USA 49.55 0.397
          7 BUCKLEY, Markino JAM 49.68 0.239
          8 GREEN, Joe USA 49.77 0.208
          9 NARISAKO, Kenji JPN 49.91 0.339

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Powell
            Imagine what he could do if he could actually hurdle...
            Well apparently studder stepping does Clement well as a collegian he broke the NCAA mark in this event running 47.56 and studder stepping the last three hurdles in that historic race catching Bennie Brazzell from behind.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by dal4018
              Originally posted by Powell
              Imagine what he could do if he could actually hurdle...
              Well apparently studder stepping does Clement well as a collegian he broke the NCAA mark in this event running 47.56 and studder stepping the last three hurdles in that historic race catching Bennie Brazzell from behind.
              I hope you're being facetious. The homestretch was ugly to watch and Phillips almost caught him because of the studder steps.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by croflash
                Originally posted by dal4018
                Originally posted by Powell
                Imagine what he could do if he could actually hurdle...
                Well apparently studder stepping does Clement well as a collegian he broke the NCAA mark in this event running 47.56 and studder stepping the last three hurdles in that historic race catching Bennie Brazzell from behind.
                I hope you're being facetious. The homestretch was ugly to watch and Phillips almost caught him because of the studder steps.
                That NCAA final was ugly to watch as well but very exciting as he used his strength and speed to catch Brazzell from behind who was by the way an ex-olympian in this event hey if it aint broke don't fix it.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by dal4018
                  Originally posted by croflash
                  Originally posted by dal4018
                  Originally posted by Powell
                  Imagine what he could do if he could actually hurdle...
                  Well apparently studder stepping does Clement well as a collegian he broke the NCAA mark in this event running 47.56 and studder stepping the last three hurdles in that historic race catching Bennie Brazzell from behind.
                  I hope you're being facetious. The homestretch was ugly to watch and Phillips almost caught him because of the studder steps.
                  That NCAA final was ugly to watch as well but very exciting as he used his strength and speed to catch Brazzell from behind who was by the way an ex-olympian in this event hey if it aint broke don't fix it.
                  It is somewhat broke when you lose that much time and rhythm when you are not supposed to.

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                  • #10
                    As previously discussed in great detail, Clements CAN hurdle with both legs very well, and does so in practice just fine, but has a mental block about it in races. He has even seen a sports psychologist to no avail. Methinks it will always be a problem. Sometimes the strides come out 'right' just naturally, and that's when he's a threat to go mid-47s. Trying to practice a stride pattern hasn't worked for him, because the variables of the day, both internally and externally, are always different.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by croflash
                      Originally posted by dal4018
                      Originally posted by croflash
                      Originally posted by dal4018
                      Originally posted by Powell
                      Imagine what he could do if he could actually hurdle...
                      Well apparently studder stepping does Clement well as a collegian he broke the NCAA mark in this event running 47.56 and studder stepping the last three hurdles in that historic race catching Bennie Brazzell from behind.
                      I hope you're being facetious. The homestretch was ugly to watch and Phillips almost caught him because of the studder steps.
                      That NCAA final was ugly to watch as well but very exciting as he used his strength and speed to catch Brazzell from behind who was by the way an ex-olympian in this event hey if it aint broke don't fix it.
                      It is somewhat broke when you lose that much time and rhythm when you are not supposed to.
                      Granted but he wasn't thinking about that when he saw 47.56 neither was anyone else as stated before if it aint broke don't fix it.What if he broke the WR and studder stepped would you complain??????

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Marlow
                        As previously discussed in great detail, Clements CAN hurdle with both legs very well, and does so in practice just fine, but has a mental block about it in races. He has even seen a sports psychologist to no avail. Methinks it will always be a problem. Sometimes the strides come out 'right' just naturally, and that's when he's a threat to go mid-47s. Trying to practice a stride pattern hasn't worked for him, because the variables of the day, both internally and externally, are always different.
                        Marlow too bad he doesn't have Tinsley's technique but then again Tinsley doesn't have the raw speed and strength of Clement.

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                        • #13
                          [quote=dal4018]
                          Originally posted by croflash
                          Originally posted by dal4018
                          Originally posted by croflash
                          Originally posted by dal4018
                          Originally posted by "Powell":20x6lfss
                          Imagine what he could do if he could actually hurdle...
                          Well apparently studder stepping does Clement well as a collegian he broke the NCAA mark in this event running 47.56 and studder stepping the last three hurdles in that historic race catching Bennie Brazzell from behind.
                          I hope you're being facetious. The homestretch was ugly to watch and Phillips almost caught him because of the studder steps.
                          That NCAA final was ugly to watch as well but very exciting as he used his strength and speed to catch Brazzell from behind who was by the way an ex-olympian in this event hey if it aint broke don't fix it.
                          It is somewhat broke when you lose that much time and rhythm when you are not supposed to.
                          Granted but he wasn't thinking about that when he saw 47.56 neither was anyone else as stated before if it aint broke don't fix it.What if he broke the WR and studder stepped would you complain??????[/quote:20x6lfss]

                          It's completely irrelevant because he did not so far and hasn't been particularly close. As Marlow pointed out, it is a mental barrier and hopefully he will overcome it eventually.

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                          • #14
                            [quote=croflash][quote=dal4018]
                            Originally posted by croflash
                            Originally posted by dal4018
                            Originally posted by croflash
                            Originally posted by "dal4018":jl2xe0d5
                            Originally posted by "Powell":jl2xe0d5
                            Imagine what he could do if he could actually hurdle...
                            Well apparently studder stepping does Clement well as a collegian he broke the NCAA mark in this event running 47.56 and studder stepping the last three hurdles in that historic race catching Bennie Brazzell from behind.
                            I hope you're being facetious. The homestretch was ugly to watch and Phillips almost caught him because of the studder steps.
                            That NCAA final was ugly to watch as well but very exciting as he used his strength and speed to catch Brazzell from behind who was by the way an ex-olympian in this event hey if it aint broke don't fix it.
                            It is somewhat broke when you lose that much time and rhythm when you are not supposed to.
                            Granted but he wasn't thinking about that when he saw 47.56 neither was anyone else as stated before if it aint broke don't fix it.What if he broke the WR and studder stepped would you complain??????[/quote:jl2xe0d5]

                            It's completely irrelevant because he did not so far and hasn't been particularly close. As Marlow pointed out, it is a mental barrier and hopefully he will overcome it eventually.[/quote:jl2xe0d5]Croflash I agree I think he uses the fact that he has obvious great closing speed/strength and he knows he can catch anyone from behind what if he didn't have those two gifts would it make him concentrate more on being technically efficient a la Michael Tinsley.

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