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  • '09 Athens GP w100m

    Startlist
    101 Debbie Ferguson McKenzie
    76 BAH
    102 Chandra Sturrup 71 BAH
    104 Ivet Lalova 84 BUL
    105 Veronika Campbell-Brown 82 JAM
    106 Simone Facey 85 JAM
    108 Stefanie Durst 82 USA
    109 Bianca Knight 89 USA
    110 Carmelita Jeter 79 USA
    113 Angela Williams 80 USA

  • #2
    Best performances 2009 by entrants
    • 10.96 Carmelita Jeter 1r1 Walnut
      10.99 Chandra Sturrup 3 Roma
      11.01 Carmelita Jeter 4 Roma
      11.04 Veronica Campbell-Brown 1r1 Orlando
      11.06 Carmelita Jeter 2 Lausanne
      11.08 Chandra Sturrup 2h2 Roma
      11.09 Carmelita Jeter 1 Carson
      11.09 Debbie Ferguson McKenzie 3h2 Roma


    wind-aided
    • 10.72w Carmelita Jeter 1s1 Eugene
      10.78w Carmelita Jeter 1 Eugene
      10.81w Veronica Campbell-Brown 1 Clermont
      10.85w Carmelita Jeter 1r1 New York City
      10.85w Carmelita Jeter 1 Eugene
      10.88w Carmelita Jeter 1h3 Eugene
      10.91w Veronica Campbell-Brown 3r1 New York City
      11.09w Veronica Campbell-Brown 1h1 Clermont

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    • #3
      VCB won with a time of 10.96, and was holding her hamstring. I looks like a cramp. I guess in a few hours we'll know what it is.

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      • #4
        100 m WOMEN
        (w: +0.40)
        1. 105 CAMPBELL BROWN Veronika 82 JAM 10.96 SB
        2. 110 JETER Carmelita 79 USA 11.02
        3. 101 FERGUSSON McKENZIE Debbi 76 BAH 11.04 SB
        4. 102 STURRUP Chandra 71 BAH 11.15
        5. 106 FACEY Simone 85 JAM 11.28
        6. 108 DURST Stefanie 82 USA 11.32
        7. 104 LALOVA Ivet 84 BUL 11.52 SB

        Sportsfanx1, when did VCB hold her hamstring? After the race? Can you describe the race itself?
        Regards,
        toyracer

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        • #5
          Originally posted by toyracer
          100 m WOMEN
          (w: +0.40)
          1. 105 CAMPBELL BROWN Veronika 82 JAM 10.96 SB
          2. 110 JETER Carmelita 79 USA 11.02
          3. 101 FERGUSSON McKENZIE Debbi 76 BAH 11.04 SB
          4. 102 STURRUP Chandra 71 BAH 11.15
          5. 106 FACEY Simone 85 JAM 11.28
          6. 108 DURST Stefanie 82 USA 11.32
          7. 104 LALOVA Ivet 84 BUL 11.52 SB

          Sportsfanx1, when did VCB hold her hamstring? After the race? Can you describe the race itself?
          it looked like cramp i wouldn't worry
          i deserve extra credit

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          • #6
            Originally posted by toyracer
            100 m WOMEN
            (w: +0.40)
            1. 105 CAMPBELL BROWN Veronika 82 JAM 10.96 SB
            2. 110 JETER Carmelita 79 USA 11.02
            3. 101 FERGUSSON McKENZIE Debbi 76 BAH 11.04 SB
            4. 102 STURRUP Chandra 71 BAH 11.15
            5. 106 FACEY Simone 85 JAM 11.28
            6. 108 DURST Stefanie 82 USA 11.32
            7. 104 LALOVA Ivet 84 BUL 11.52 SB

            Sportsfanx1, when did VCB hold her hamstring? After the race? Can you describe the race itself?
            It was a pretty good race...In a nutshell, She didnt get a good start but by around 40m she was up on the field along with Jeter whom she pretty mucb ran with until about the last 10m when she pulled away. her stride pattern during this last 10m or so was off as to me she seemed like she was overstriding...After the race, she grabbed her right hammy I think and was rubbing/hitting it. she started walking and was limping a bit and had to stop...One of the other ladies helped her to take her spikes off...seems like a cramp or somethng...she was signing autographs after though... Just hope everything was /is okay...
            ~ I bleed BLACK, GREEN, and YELLOW~

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            • #7
              If she was up and signing autographs, it doesn't sound like a serious hamstring problem, as they would have been attending to that.
              on the road

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              • #8
                i dont think iit was serious like i said, but when the race was over and the way she was holding and rubbing the hammy, it was like an uh-oh moment...but like you said it cant be that serious...b/c as much of a sweetheart that Ver is, if it was it would be medical attention at once
                ~ I bleed BLACK, GREEN, and YELLOW~

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                • #9
                  In a post race interview she said the injury is not serious. "It was just a cramp. There is still a lot of time left before Berlin." She was also very pleased with her race.

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                  • #10
                    Yeah, I saw that quote too. Lets see how it goes in a few days.
                    She is schedule to run next Monday in Greece again.

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                    • #11
                      To to reassure myself I just spoke to a doctor who tells me cramps are not serious injuries, caused usually by fatigue or dehydration (a biochemical imbalance, he says). He said save for some soreness in the area affected by the cramp, she should be fully recovered in five days.

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                      • #12
                        I remember being viciously attacked on this forum by persons to remain unamed because I said back then that as a betting man I would not bet on Jeter to reach the podium in Berlin and that I favoured Lauryn more. I am starting to think I was victimised.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Paul Henry
                          I remember being viciously attacked on this forum by persons to remain unamed because I said back then that as a betting man I would not bet on Jeter to reach the podium in Berlin and that I favoured Lauryn more. I am starting to think I was victimised.
                          dont worry man, i think someone posted a thread saying jeter was gonna win

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                          • #14
                            i watched the race on greek channel antenna, looks like campbell pulled her hamstring. jeter just like her last 3 races is forcing the issue and is tensing up. maybe she has run her best races. i think stewart looks the best right now, but there is a month before berlin.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Paul Henry
                              I remember being viciously attacked on this forum by persons to remain unamed because I said back then that as a betting man I would not bet on Jeter to reach the podium in Berlin and that I favoured Lauryn more. I am starting to think I was victimised.
                              Did they run in Berlin for Worlds yet? The races the last couple of weeks, these aren't prelims for Worlds by the way.
                              on the road

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