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'09 Paris GL w400m - [Sanya Richards 49.34]

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  • #16
    Sanya races this year looks like her second deuce is faster than the first. :shock:
    The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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    • #17
      Results

      1 RICHARDS Sanya 49.34 0.273
      2 WILLIAMS MILLS Novlene 50.39 0.317
      3 MONTSHO Amantle 50.61 SB 0.319
      4 DUNN Debbie 50.66 PB 0.389
      5 THIAM Amy Mbacke 50.93 0.272
      6 HARGROVE Monica 51.02 0.305
      7 HASTINGS Natasha 51.53 0.196
      8 DÉSERT MARILLER Solen 52.33 0.403

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Speedfirst
        Originally posted by croflash
        Originally posted by Speedfirst
        Originally posted by TrainerPhil
        Dominated the race she did. Sanya a 49.34
        Nice time, was the wind still swirling? Cngrats to Sanya

        I'm sure she jogged the last 80 meters.
        I don't know if you're being facetious, but her new tactics are rather the opposite. Still get off to a fast start, hold back a little on the back stretch, build from 250-300 m and finish strong on the home stretch.

        Hopefully she will continue to run like that and doesn't get nervous when some are close heading into the home stretch come Berlin. Pretty sure she will run sub 49 at least once later this season.
        Naw, I'm serious as cancer....being facetious....this is an ongoing joke about jogging :lol:
        I thought this was only about Bolt and other sprinters on the men's side :wink:

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        • #19
          Debbie is solidifying that leg.

          Looks like Monica and Hastings might be in a fight between them.
          The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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          • #20
            Originally posted by TrackDaddy
            Sanya races this year looks like her second deuce is faster than the first. :shock:
            Tonight's race was simply great placement of mirrors. Ms. Richards ran her first 200m slightly under 24s.
            Fire Impossible.

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            • #21
              2 WILLIAMS MILLS Novlene 50.39 0.317 Very good in these conditions

              4 DUNN Debbie 50.66 PB 0.389

              Next American, lots of questions about the 4x400

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              • #22
                Originally posted by 3
                Originally posted by TrackDaddy
                Sanya races this year looks like her second deuce is faster than the first. :shock:
                Tonight's race was simply great placement of mirrors. Ms. Richards ran her first 200m slightly under 24s.
                Yeah, I know the first 200 is faster.

                The way she accelerates through the last 100m and has been separating from the field in that stretch to the tape is what gives the illusion that her second deuce is faster.
                The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by 26mi235
                  2 WILLIAMS MILLS Novlene 50.39 0.317 Very good in these conditions

                  4 DUNN Debbie 50.66 PB 0.389

                  Next American, lots of questions about the 4x400
                  Not really and really not at all.
                  on the road

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by 26mi235
                    2 WILLIAMS MILLS Novlene 50.39 0.317 Very good in these conditions

                    4 DUNN Debbie 50.66 PB 0.389

                    Next American, lots of questions about the 4x400
                    You got questions...

                    I have answers:

                    Allyson and Sanya.

                    For you chess players...

                    That's check and mate.
                    The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by TrackDaddy
                      Originally posted by 26mi235
                      2 WILLIAMS MILLS Novlene 50.39 0.317 Very good in these conditions

                      4 DUNN Debbie 50.66 PB 0.389

                      Next American, lots of questions about the 4x400
                      You got questions...

                      I have answers:

                      Allyson and Sanya.

                      For you chess players...

                      That's check and mate.
                      The questions I was referring to were about 3/4/5/6; i.e., who else is going to run and heat vs final. Is Demus a consideration, she won all alone but it was 51 in the LA meet.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by 26mi235
                        2 WILLIAMS MILLS Novlene 50.39 0.317 Very good in these conditions

                        4 DUNN Debbie 50.66 PB 0.389

                        Next American, lots of questions about the 4x400
                        Answer: Lashinda Demus

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Jaymal
                          Originally posted by 26mi235
                          2 WILLIAMS MILLS Novlene 50.39 0.317 Very good in these conditions

                          4 DUNN Debbie 50.66 PB 0.389

                          Next American, lots of questions about the 4x400
                          Answer: Lashinda Demus
                          Correct.

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                          • #28
                            The exciting issue here is that Richards consistency
                            at this level can be an indication of being able to drop
                            a truely outrageous time come Berlin. Say low 48.

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                            • #29
                              very nice run by sanya, hoping she gets her gold this year

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by imaginative
                                The exciting issue here is that Richards consistency
                                at this level can be an indication of being able to drop
                                a truely outrageous time come Berlin. Say low 48.
                                Ms. Richards has demonstrated consistency with five of six finals under 50s following her loss in Kingston in early May. Running mid-49s in races a week apart is, in my opinion, not an attestation of her ability to run approximately a second faster following two previous races separated by even fewer recovery days than she has become accustomed to on the Golden League circuit. Granted, Ms. Richards will not have to run 49s in her heat or semi-final, but efforts at 60-80% of her current best before the final will likely not be conducive to dropping down to low 48s when she isn't yet able to run 48s with complete rest and recovery.
                                Fire Impossible.

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