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  • #16
    Originally posted by Powell
    Originally posted by guruof track
    Looks like we have 3 legs, now
    I though the consensus was the three-legged race shouldn't be included in the WCh program? :P
    We'll put Ruben Studdard on first leg and still win.
    The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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    • #17
      The gold medal is hers.

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      • #18
        Walker's form is improving, though. She nearly fell down in the middle of the race and still ran 54.20 for second place. Without that big stumble, that could have been in the mid-53's, if not faster.
        Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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        • #19
          Originally posted by rudeboy
          The gold medal is hers.
          I have to agree. Give me a 2008 Walker and I would've said we'll have a fight on our hands, but I think Walker is a lock for silver but no higher.

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          • #20
            1. 52.34 Yuliya Pechonkina (Russia) 8/08/03
            2. 52.61 Kim Batten (US) 8/11/95
            3. 52.62 Tonja Buford-Bailey (US) 8/11/95
            4. 52.63 Lashinda Demus (US) 7/28/09
            5. 52.64 Melaine Walker (Jam) 8/20/08
            6. 52.74 Sally Gunnell (Great Britain) 8/19/93
            —Batten 8/08/98
            8. 52.77 Faní Halkiá (Gre) 8/22/04
            9. 52.79 Sandra Farmer-Patrick (US) 8/19/93
            10. 52.82 Deon Hemmings (Jam) 7/31/96
            —Halkiá 8/25/04

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            • #21
              What happened to Anna Jesień? I thought she was treated unfairly to be given lane 2 given her recent form (Eurosport's British comentators thought so, too), but she was waaay out of it.
              Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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              • #22
                fficial Results - Women - 400 Metres Hurdles Pos Athlete Nat Mark Pts 1 Lashinda Demus [USA] USA 52.63 20
                2 Melaine Walker [JAM] JAM 54.20 16
                3 Josanne Lucas [TRI] TRI 54.21 14
                4 Kaliese Spencer [JAM] JAM 54.33 12
                5 Tiffany Williams [USA] USA 54.50 10
                6 Sheena Tosta [USA] USA 54.75 8
                7 Zuzana Hejnová [CZE] CZE 54.90 6
                8 Anna Jesien [POL] POL 55.83 4

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                • #23
                  That was a certified ass whooping.... :shock:

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by justblaze1011
                    That was a certified ass whooping.... :shock:
                    Yes Sirrrrrrrrrr
                    on the road

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by t_monk
                      8 Anna Jesien [POL] POL 55.83 4
                      I know she didn't get an optimum lane draw, but still an odd result given the conditions and the fact that the start list is probably the same as the World final will be, give or take.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Rineanna
                        Originally posted by t_monk
                        8 Anna Jesien [POL] POL 55.83 4
                        I know she didn't get an optimum lane draw, but still an odd result given the conditions and the fact that the start list is probably the same as the World final will be, give or take.
                        Also from lane 2 you can see everyone in front of you, you know what you have to do. Angelo showed what can be done from lane 1.
                        on the road

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                        • #27
                          Wow Josane Lucas also a monster race with her 54.21 new national record!

                          Baahla(sp) just beated that last 200m's and took out the crowd....

                          Just askign here, did he have a "drug case" a few yrs back??

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by TrackDaddy
                            Originally posted by Powell
                            Originally posted by guruof track
                            Looks like we have 3 legs, now
                            I though the consensus was the three-legged race shouldn't be included in the WCh program? :P
                            We'll put Ruben Studdard on first leg and still win.
                            Classic dyestat line right there! :wink:

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by knite
                              Wow Josane Lucas also a monster race with her 54.21 new national record!
                              Nope. She ran 54.17 a few weeks ago.
                              Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Powell
                                Originally posted by knite
                                Wow Josane Lucas also a monster race with her 54.21 new national record!
                                Nope. She ran 54.17 a few weeks ago.
                                great consistency though, she primed for a big race in Berlin as well! 8-)

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