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  • '09 Paris GL m400m - [Jeremy Wariner 45.28]

    Startlist

    Timothy Benjamin GBR
    Chris Brown BAH
    Ricardo Chambers JAM
    Leslie Djhone FRA
    David Neville USA
    John Steffensen AUS
    Jeremy Wariner USA
    Johan Wissman SWE

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    Re: '09 Paris GL m400m

    [quote="pela2"]Startlist

    LANES

    Johan Wissman SWE 1
    Ricardo Chambers JAM 2
    David Neville USA 3
    Jeremy Wariner USA 4
    Chris Brown BAH 5
    Leslie Djhone FRA 6
    Timothy Benjamin GBR 7
    John Steffensen AUS 8

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    • #3
      45.28 by Wariner :?

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      • #4
        45.27 Wariner, but not too impressive.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by pela2
          45.27 by Wariner :?
          Not looking convincing

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          • #6
            I can see why he hasn't been in a race with Merritt yet. He is not ready........

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            • #7
              Mr. Wariner's race has just left even more circling speculation about his current fitness less than a month ahead of his opening round in Berlin.
              Fire Impossible.

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              • #8
                Results

                1 WARINER Jeremy 45.28 0.251
                2 BROWN Christopher 45.44 0.252
                3 DJHONE Leslie 45.47 0.188
                4 NEVILLE David 45.49 0.259
                5 WISSMAN Johan 45.86 SB 0.219
                6 CHAMBERS Ricardo 45.87 0.180
                7 BENJAMIN Timothy 46.32 0.213
                8 STEFFENSEN John 48.32 0.227

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                • #9
                  what's up with Steffensen? Is he ill? :shock:

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                  • #10
                    You know i was giving JW the benefit of the doubt...i said this man comes ready to run....i said he was going to run sub 44 or close to it...overlooking fitness i jus thought he was gonna do something big to let errybody know that he is still the man to beat...but o welll..


                    Hey is it me or is JW balding?....

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                    • #11
                      '09 Paris GL m400

                      Apparently swirling winds in the stadium, as reported by commentators. Might have slowed times down. Still, Warriner doesn't look too strong, yet.

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                      • #12
                        Anyone see the race? How did JW look? IMO, I would without judgement about why he hasn't run against LM yet or even be too concerned about Berlin.
                        on the road

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Speedfirst
                          Anyone see the race? How did JW look? IMO, I would without judgement about why he hasn't run against LM yet or even be too concerned about Berlin.
                          Watched it. Wariner did not look good. In fact he was in a bit of a fight until the last 80m when edged away.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by TrainerPhil
                            Originally posted by Speedfirst
                            Anyone see the race? How did JW look? IMO, I would without judgement about why he hasn't run against LM yet or even be too concerned about Berlin.
                            Watched it. Wariner did not look good. In fact he was in a bit of a fight until the last 80m when edged away.
                            How was the wnd? Judging from the times as a whole from that field, must've had some impact, no?
                            on the road

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                            • #15
                              It's a swirling, gusting wind. So I'm sure it affected the times. But he just wasn't in command of the race until the homestretch. The field was with him until then.

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