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  • 09 GN Gala m400m: Warriner 44.83

    M 400m Int - A-final
    WR: 43.18 SR: 43.50
    Michael Johnson (1999) Jeremy Wariner (2007)
    Rank Bib Name Nat Born Time
    1 Jeremy Wariner USA 84 44.83
    2 Michael Bingham GBR 86 45.49
    3 Kerron Clement USA 85 45.83
    4 Johan Wissman SWE 82 45.91
    5 Sean Wroe AUS 85 45.91
    6 Bershawn Jackson USA 83 45.96
    7 John Steffensen AUS 82 46.16
    8 Jamaal Torrance USA 83 46.59

  • #2
    He's getting there. Slow over the first 200m but ran the turn hard and looked good on the homestretch. Cool conditions: 63 degrees and cloudy. Crushed the field the last 200m.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by trackdug
      He's getting there. Slow over the first 200m but ran the turn hard and looked good on the homestretch. Cool conditions: 63 degrees and cloudy. Crushed the field the last 200m.
      Lashawn should take heed to the eye=popping times because he is running SO slow.

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      • #4
        Lashawn ran basically the same race last week. And YES, both times are SLOOOOOWW.

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        • #5
          I thought it was pretty unimpressive. A win is a win, but..yeah.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by nbonaddio
            I thought it was pretty unimpressive. A win is a win, but..yeah.
            Agreed.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by trackdug
              Originally posted by nbonaddio
              I thought it was pretty unimpressive. A win is a win, but..yeah.
              Agreed.
              In what way? The whole race, part of the race, or are you that bent on times?
              on the road

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              • #8
                Next time Jeremy, go out there and 41.22 in a meet thats pretty much worthless.

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                • #9
                  If Wariner comes out with a silver with a 43 I don't think the season will be a disaster, it's something to build on for next year. If Wariner hadn't ran those terrible 200's at the trials I'd be more positive.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Mikewats
                    If Wariner comes out with a silver with a 43 I don't think the season will be a disaster, it's something to build on for next year. If Wariner hadn't ran those terrible 200's at the trials I'd be more positive.
                    :lol:

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Speedfirst
                      Originally posted by trackdug
                      Originally posted by nbonaddio
                      I thought it was pretty unimpressive. A win is a win, but..yeah.
                      Agreed.
                      In what way? The whole race, part of the race, or are you that bent on times?
                      His first 200m was weak but his last 200 looked good. I said about 50m into the race that it was going to be a slow time. But for the first time in a while he looked pretty strong on the homestretch.

                      Interesting thing is both JW and Merritt are undefeated over 400m this year. It looks like a 44-flat wins the WC this year. It really depends on the conditions in the finals for the time to be fast. Wariner seems to prefer the warm weather; Merritt runs well in cool conditions.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by justblaze1011
                        Next time Jeremy, go out there and 41.22 in a meet thats pretty much worthless.
                        How is it worthless? Don't you think there's a psychological advantage to dropping a fast time, putting some clamps down on LM?

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                        • #13
                          Merriit will go sub 44 even though his last few 200's have been less than impressive, Wariner han better today it seems.

                          I think they can both go sub 44 in Berlin, well i think they will.

                          Actually what i said before about his 200's at trials, im rethinkin because he ran good one at i think Pre, maybe he was just training hard through the trials and wasn't that bothered at all.

                          I've changed my mind again, i think its 30/70 30 to wariner, 70 to Merrit for 400 gold.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by trackdug
                            Originally posted by Speedfirst
                            Originally posted by trackdug
                            Originally posted by nbonaddio
                            I thought it was pretty unimpressive. A win is a win, but..yeah.
                            Agreed.
                            In what way? The whole race, part of the race, or are you that bent on times?
                            His first 200m was weak but his last 200 looked good. I said about 50m into the race that it was going to be a slow time. But for the first time in a while he looked pretty strong on the homestretch.

                            Interesting thing is both JW and Merritt are undefeated over 400m this year. It looks like a 44-flat wins the WC this year. It really depends on the conditions in the finals for the time to be fast. Wariner seems to prefer the warm weather; Merritt runs well in cool conditions.
                            I can respect your race analogy, I didn't see the race, so I cannot comment from that perspective. Once I view the race I can comment on it.
                            on the road

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                            • #15
                              I'd love to know how this meet is a "worthless" meet. The guy hasn't come within a second of his PR and hasn't run a single solid 400m this year. Yeah, going to be real easy to do well when you have had 0 good races.

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