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  • #31
    Trammell, Spearmon, Crawford, Edwards for the US squad

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    • #32
      Originally posted by texas_speed
      Originally posted by gh
      Originally posted by poodabear
      Wow, the US relay is definitely a throw together team! :lol: :lol:
      Yeah, so much for my assertion on another thread that with so much on the line USATF wouldn't dare do anything but get an ace team fielded and running together competitively well in advance of the Worlds. Well, there's always that huge meet in Cottbus.
      Told you.

      This is beyond ridiculous. NOTHING has changed.

      No Tyson. No Rodgers. No Padgett. No Patton. SMH.

      Word has it the coaches lost the bibs, and no one had a marker handy :P
      There are no strings on me

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      • #33
        Originally posted by TrainerPhil
        Originally posted by jamaicantrackfan
        The US even with a Tyson Gay would be nowhere close on the anchor with that devastating anchor by Bolt.

        I would love to see Bolt on the anchor in Berlin.
        Y?

        I have no idea what the health status for Powell is right now. Mentally he is still fighting his demons, but on relays he is awesome. Someone correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Powell's split in the 4x100 in Beijing the fastest recorded split EVER?

        Frater - Blake - Bolt - Powell is still the best combination.
        Powell split 8.72 so yes it was the fastest ever split, im going to guess it was done in practically 0 wind considering the clsoed beijing stadium and wind recordings over the olympics.
        Be interesting to see what bolt split in this one.

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        • #34
          Anybody got the rest of the teams? How did those Canucks do?

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          • #35
            Originally posted by einnod23
            37.46 is sick!

            Is that #4 alltime?

            1. Jam, 37.10 (2008)
            2. USA, 37.40 (1992)
            3. USA, 37.40 (1993)

            Who's USA's 3rd leg? He ran the best for USA.
            Was that Crawford?

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            • #36
              Originally posted by jamaicantrackfan
              Originally posted by Speedfirst
              Originally posted by jamaicantrackfan
              Originally posted by jeremyp
              I would like to see Bolt about 3m back in the last leg.
              Yea and running down the whole field. Now that would be classic.

              Tyson didn't want to face Bolt thus no Tyson on the US Team
              Scratched record
              You know I am right
              Tyson not built like that.
              on the road

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              • #37
                Originally posted by texas_speed
                Originally posted by gh
                Originally posted by poodabear
                Wow, the US relay is definitely a throw together team! :lol: :lol:
                Yeah, so much for my assertion on another thread that with so much on the line USATF wouldn't dare do anything but get an ace team fielded and running together competitively well in advance of the Worlds. Well, there's always that huge meet in Cottbus.
                Told you.

                This is beyond ridiculous. NOTHING has changed.

                No Tyson. No Rodgers. No Padgett. No Patton. SMH.
                Spearmon just put himself on the team IMHO. Amazing leg. And Trammell? Any other country would kill for a lead off like him, he destroyed a 10'03 guy and was almost level with Bailey.

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                • #38
                  zing!

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                  • #39
                    17:19 - 4 X 100 METRES - Men OFFICIAL RESULTS

                    1 UNITED STATES USA 38.05 0.141 SB
                    (T. Trammell, W. Spearmon, S. Crawford, R. Edwards)
                    2 GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 1 GBR1 38.44 0.148 SB
                    (S. Williamson, T. Edgar, M. Devonish, H. Aikines Aryeetey)
                    3 CANADA CAN 38.62 0.285 SB
                    (H. Palmer, S. Smith, J. Connaughton, B. Barnett)
                    4 SWITZERLAND SUI 39.29 0.188 SB
                    (P. Mancini, M. Schneeberger, M. Cribari, M. Schenkel)
                    5 AUSTRALIA AUS 39.37 0.240
                    (T. Alozie, J. Ross, A. Rouge-Serret, M. Davies)
                    RACERS TC DQ 0.169
                    (D. Bailey, Y. Blake, M. Forsythe, U. Bolt)
                    GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 2 GBR2 DNF 0.130
                    (R. Fifton, C. Pickering, T. Sandeman, L. Yearwood)


                    OOPS!!!

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by einnod23
                      37.46 is sick!

                      Is that #4 alltime?

                      1. Jam, 37.10 (2008)
                      2. USA, 37.40 (1992)
                      3. USA, 37.40 (1993)

                      Who's USA's 3rd leg? He ran the best for USA.

                      Since Bolt obviously eased up in the end, I believe if he was all out, his team could have broken the old record of 37.40.
                      Cows need love too

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by guru
                        Word has it the coaches lost the bibs, and no one had a marker handy :P
                        What's so funny about today's meet is that a RACERS bib was printed on moment's notice!

                        Maybe that's NOT so funny!

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                        • #42
                          lol these guys just done a 37.46 lol, serious running, i hope blake gets to go to berlin

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by gh
                            17:19 - 4 X 100 METRES - Men OFFICIAL RESULTS

                            1 UNITED STATES USA 38.05 0.141 SB
                            (T. Trammell, W. Spearmon, S. Crawford, R. Edwards)
                            2 GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 1 GBR1 38.44 0.148 SB
                            (S. Williamson, T. Edgar, M. Devonish, H. Aikines Aryeetey)
                            3 CANADA CAN 38.62 0.285 SB
                            (H. Palmer, S. Smith, J. Connaughton, B. Barnett)
                            4 SWITZERLAND SUI 39.29 0.188 SB
                            (P. Mancini, M. Schneeberger, M. Cribari, M. Schenkel)
                            5 AUSTRALIA AUS 39.37 0.240
                            (T. Alozie, J. Ross, A. Rouge-Serret, M. Davies)
                            RACERS TC DQ 0.169
                            (D. Bailey, Y. Blake, M. Forsythe, U. Bolt)
                            GREAT BRITAIN & N.I. 2 GBR2 DNF 0.130
                            (R. Fifton, C. Pickering, T. Sandeman, L. Yearwood)


                            OOPS!!!
                            You must be kidding?
                            Cows need love too

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                            • #44
                              Were they really DQ'd? :?

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by gh
                                17....
                                RACERS TC DQ 0.169
                                (D. Bailey, Y. Blake, M. Forsythe, U. Bolt)
                                .....
                                in case nobody noticed

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