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  • ¶'09 WC w4 x 400: United States 3:17.83 WL

    THE FORMCHART
    (times are bests in ’08 or ’09)
    1. United States ................................3:18.54 (’08)
    (Richards 48.70, Felix 49.70, Hastings 49.84, Hargrove 50.39,
    Beard 50.56, Dunn 50.66, Woods 51.05)
    2. Jamaica .........................................3:20.40 (’08)
    (Williams-Mills 49.53, Sh. Williams 49.69, Whyte 50.05, Lloyd 50.62, Wilkins 50.87)
    3. Russia ............................................3:18.8 2 (’08)
    (Krivoshapka 49.29, N. Nazarova 49.65, Antyukh 49.85, Kapachinskaya 49.97, Firova 50.08)
    4. Great Britain ..................................3:22.68 (’08)
    (Ohuruogu 49.61, Sanders 49.65, McConnell 50.82, Shakes-Drayton 51.81, Barr 52.44)
    6. Cuba ...............................................3:2 3.21 (’08)
    (I. Bonne 50.95, I. Terrero 50.98, D. Bonne 51.81, Díaz 52.03, Clement 52.24)
    5. Germany ........................................3:25.55 (’08)
    7. France ............................................3:26.6 1 (’08)
    8. Italy ................................................3: 28.77 (’09)
    9. Australia ........................................3:28.97 (’09)
    10. Ukraine ........................................3:27.15 (’08)

  • #2
    When did Hastings run 49.84 in '08 or '09?
    There are no strings on me

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    • #3
      Originally posted by guru
      When did Hastings run 49.84 in '08 or '09?
      Neither.

      She set the NCAA record with that mark.

      2006, I believe?

      Maybe '07
      The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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      • #4
        I know when she ran it. Should have used the sarcasm smiley.

        BTW - 50.80 her best the last two years.
        There are no strings on me

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        • #5
          On the men's 4x4 formchart, it says that the nation times are from 08-09 only. The individual times for other events list lifetime PRs -- it's clear the same was done here.

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          • #6
            Glad this U.S.A. vs Russia theme is back in the 400 and 4x400.

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            • #7
              All eyes on Demus.
              There are no strings on me

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              • #8
                Originally posted by guru
                I know when she ran it. Should have used the sarcasm smiley.

                BTW - 50.80 her best the last two years.
                Arent the times listed prs?
                The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by TrackDaddy
                  Arent the times listed prs?

                  I see that now thanks to Kevin. I assumed all numbers, team and individual, were 08 and 09 as stated.

                  Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Woods and Hargrove left out of the pool?
                  There are no strings on me

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                  • #10
                    I think Russia might get revenge for last year's defeat. Litvinova-Kapachinskaya-Antyukh-Krivoshapka could beat the Americans, especially if Kapa keeps the lead over Felix and therefore Krivo enters the last leg with a good advantage over Richards...
                    Bruno
                    Lisbon, Portugal

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by guru
                      Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Woods and Hargrove left out of the pool?
                      No, they were in.

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                      • #12
                        Richards, Felix, Demus + ? is a stronger team than last year. Whoever runs the first leg can give the USA what they got in 2008. The Richards of 2009 is faster than the Richards of 2008. Demus will definitely run faster than Henderson - especially when you put her in the competitive environment of a relay. There is no reason why Felix can't run another 48.5. I will be surprised if this trio doesn't get the job done!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by gm
                          Originally posted by guru
                          Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Woods and Hargrove left out of the pool?
                          No, they were in.
                          The 4x400 relay pool as announced by USATF on 8/4:

                          4x400m Relay Pool: Sanya Richards (Austin, Texas); Debbie Dunn (Norfolk Va.); Jessica Beard (Euclid, Ohio); Natasha Hastings (Los Angeles); Lashinda Demus (Palmdale, Calif.); Allyson Felix (Los Angeles)

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ILoveTrack
                            The 4x400 relay pool as announced by USATF on 8/4:

                            4x400m Relay Pool: Sanya Richards (Austin, Texas); Debbie Dunn (Norfolk Va.); Jessica Beard (Euclid, Ohio); Natasha Hastings (Los Angeles); Lashinda Demus (Palmdale, Calif.); Allyson Felix (Los Angeles)
                            This team has speed, experience and I believe the right aggressive qualities to perform very well. The key might be the order that takes advantage of what each can bring to it.

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                            • #15
                              Russia in this one, but it will take a bit of a lead on the last leg before Sanya gets the stick for that to happen.

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