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  • guruof track
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    [quote=Non Potest]
    Originally posted by "guruof track":unhmpsy6
    Isa doesnt look like a contender, from that race.
    Well I guess we can now safely dismiss that ridiculous SWEEP comment. Race now looks like a lottery among about 4 maybe 5 contenders. We can assume that both Isa and Kerron have run their last bad race for the year. Somebodys gonna win on the lean.[/quote:unhmpsy6]

    Maybe no sweep, but atleast 2 medals and one being gold.

    Is that better?

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  • DentyCracker
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    I'd love Isa to win but I really see Kerron Clement getting his steps right in the Berlin final
    47.10

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  • cacique
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    Originally posted by Grasshopper
    Originally posted by t_monk
    Official Results - Men - 400 Metres Hurdles - Race 1 Pos Athlete Nat Mark Pts
    1 L.J. van Zyl [RSA] RSA 47.94 20
    2
    South Africa always seems to have some great 400 hurdlers, any particular reason for that? Is Llewlyn Herbert still competing, btw?
    didn't thye have 3 or 4 guys in the top 15 yearly list for a few years now?

    powell, where's plawgo these days?

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  • Non Potest
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    Originally posted by guruof track
    Isa doesnt look like a contender, from that race.
    Well I guess we can now safely dismiss that ridiculous SWEEP comment. Race now looks like a lottery among about 4 maybe 5 contenders. We can assume that both Isa and Kerron have run their last bad race for the year. Somebodys gonna win on the lean.

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  • lovetorun
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    Kerron Clement has got to be the most under acheiving talent I've ever seen...he could be running under 47, but seems to find a way to not fulfill his potential...disappointing.

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  • Grasshopper
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    Originally posted by t_monk
    Official Results - Men - 400 Metres Hurdles - Race 1 Pos Athlete Nat Mark Pts
    1 L.J. van Zyl [RSA] RSA 47.94 20
    2
    South Africa always seems to have some great 400 hurdlers, any particular reason for that? Is Llewlyn Herbert still competing, btw?

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  • t_monk
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    Official Results - Men - 400 Metres Hurdles - Race 1 Pos Athlete Nat Mark Pts
    1 L.J. van Zyl [RSA] RSA 47.94 20
    2 Bershawn Jackson [USA] USA 47.98 16
    3 Danny McFarlane [JAM] JAM 48.13 14
    4 Javier Culson [PUR] PUR 48.29 12
    5 Isa Phillips [JAM] JAM 48.52 10
    6 Kerron Clement [USA] USA 48.92 8
    7 Tristan Thomas [AUS] AUS 49.26 4
    Angelo Taylor [USA] USA DNS

    Official Results - Men - 400 Metres Hurdles - Race 2 Pos Athlete Nat Mark Pts 1 David Greene [GBR] GBR 49.04 6
    2 Fadil Bellaabouss [FRA] FRA 49.41
    3 S├ębastien Maillard [FRA] FRA 49.81
    4 Rhys Williams [GBR] GBR 49.86
    Josef Robertson [JAM] JAM DNF
    Ali Obaid Shirook [UAE] UAE DNS


    Angelo Taylor DNS

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  • mump boy
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    Originally posted by Speedfirst
    Originally posted by 3a
    GET IN!!!!!!!!!!!! Like Demus....a long time coming. Keep it together for Berlin.

    Clement looked third rate.
    Kerron, does that, potentially he's the best and always dangerous
    he was fine as usual untill hurdle 8 he needs to sort his stride pattern out and has he actually learnt to hurdle on both legs yet, i fear the anser is no, untill he does that he will always run hot and cold. talent only get you so far in 400h it's all about technique. if he can't be bothered to learn some then he should stick with the flat

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  • Speedfirst
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    Originally posted by 3a
    GET IN!!!!!!!!!!!! Like Demus....a long time coming. Keep it together for Berlin.

    Clement looked third rate.
    Kerron, does that, potentially he's the best and always dangerous

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  • Tammy_Baby
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    Damn Van Zyl pulled that one out....soooooo what does that run say for Isa? Does that mean he's ran himself to death on the European circuit, or does it mean he had a bad race??? He seemed quite even approaching the bend, but the everyone else just kinda turned it on from then... looked like they drew a second gear

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  • IFK_Vaxjo
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    McFarlane does 48,13 and Culson 48.29 SB/PB.

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  • nevetsllim
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    McFarlane runs 48.13 for third at the age of 37. I'd like him to sneak a medal.

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  • croflash
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    Watching Clement on the homestretch can be painful...

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  • 3a
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    Danny McFarlane.....at 37!!!! Nearly PB's from lane 8!! :lol: 48.13 one of his alltime best runs too.

    Culson to 48.2

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  • Rineanna
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    Originally posted by guruof track
    Isa doesnt look like a contender, from that race.
    Well, neither did Clement, but I wouldn't rule him out in Berlin.

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