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  • ¶2009 WC w400H: Melaine Walker (Jamaica) 52.42 WL

    THE FORMCHART
    1. Lashinda Demus (USA) ...................52.63 (’09)
    2. Melaine Walker (Jamaica) ...............52.64 (’08)
    3. Sheena Tosta (USA) .........................52.95 (’04)
    4. Natalya Antyukh (Russia) ...............54.19 (’09)
    4. Anna JesieÅ„ (Poland) ......................53.86 (’07)
    5. Tiffany Williams (USA) .....................53.28 (’07)
    6. Josanne Lucas (Trinidad) ...............54.17 (’09)
    7. Anastasiya Rabchenyuk (Ukraine) .53.96 (’08)
    8. Zuzana Hejnová (Czech Republic) .54.94 (’09)
    10. Angela Morosanu (Romania) .......54.40 (’07)

  • #2
    Morosanu's PB is 53.95, and she is on course to finish much better than 10th!

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    • #3
      Demus nips Walker for gold in 52 low.
      The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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      • #4
        The numbering is messed up - is Antyukh ahead of Jesien here?

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        • #5
          If Demus clips...Antyukh is gonna pull a Privalova.

          Morasanu will medal.

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          • #6
            Anyone think Demus can get the record?

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            • #7
              Yes, but not in Berlin.

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              • #8
                Demus 52.9
                Antyukh 53.5
                Jesien 53.8
                Walker 53.8
                Tosta 54.0
                Bruno
                Lisbon, Portugal

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                • #9
                  The finals are going to be closer than expected I think. Demus isnt a definite favorite in my book, there are a couple dark horses.

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                  • #10
                    [quote="t_monk"]The finals are going to be closer than expected I think. Demus isnt a definite favorite in my book, there are a couple dark horses

                    Demus is a definite favorite, but she could always hit a hurdle and go down or miss her steps and get all out of sync.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Jon
                      Morosanu's PB is 53.95, and she is on course to finish much better than 10th!
                      Yes, TFN clearly missed her result in the NC - and even before that one, I'd surely have put her much higher than 10th :shock:
                      Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                      • #12
                        400 Metres Hurdles - W Heats
                        first 4 of each heat (Q) plus the 4 fastest times (q) qualified.

                        Heat 1Monday 17 August 2009 - 18:15
                        Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                        1 561 Satomi Kubokura JPN 56.70 55.46
                        2 189 Vania Stambolova BUL 55.14 54.55
                        3 543 Kaliese Spencer JAM 54.33 54.33
                        4 964 Déborah Rodríguez URU 59.71 59.71
                        5 218 Xiaoxiao Huang CHN 55.60 54.00
                        6 951 Hanna Titimets UKR 55.95 55.95
                        7 577 Tatyana Azarova KAZ 57.44 54.78
                        8 913 Josanne Lucas TRI 54.17 54.17

                        Heat 2Monday 17 August 2009 - 18:22
                        Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                        1 354 Aurore Kassambara FRA 56.43 55.24
                        2 547 Nickiesha Wilson JAM 55.20 53.97
                        3 614 Ieva Zunda LAT 56.27 55.59
                        4 550 Sayaka Aoki JPN 57.54 55.94
                        5 1027 Sheena Tosta USA 54.19 52.95
                        6 187 Tsvetelina Kirilova BUL 59.08 55.22
                        7 380 Eilidh Child GBR 55.32 55.32
                        8 712 Anna Jesien POL 54.31 53.86

                        Heat 3Monday 17 August 2009 - 18:29
                        Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                        1 616 Kou Luogon LBR 55.55 55.55
                        2 306 Laia Forcadell ESP 57.85 56.24
                        3 777 Natalya Antyukh RUS 54.19 54.19
                        4 491 Michelle Carey IRL 56.32 56.19
                        5 293 Sara Petersen DEN 56.40 56.40
                        6 545 Melaine Walker JAM 54.20 52.64
                        7 394 Perri Shakes-Drayton GBR 55.26 55.26
                        8 904 Merjen Ishangulyyeva TKM 58.47 58.47

                        Heat 4Monday 17 August 2009 - 18:36
                        Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                        1 678 Amaka Ogoegbunam NGR 55.88 55.88
                        2 283 Zuzana Hejnová CZE 54.90 54.90
                        3 759 Angela Morosanu ROU 53.95 53.95
                        4 138 Elodie Ouédraogo BEL 56.71 55.72
                        5 785 Elena Churakova RUS 55.62 55.52
                        6 294 Yolanda Osana DOM 57.16 57.16
                        7 1040 Tiffany Williams USA 54.50 53.28
                        8 191 Aïssata Soulama BUR 1:02.77 55.49

                        Heat 5Monday 17 August 2009 - 18:43
                        Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                        2 680 Muizat Ajoke Odumosu NGR 54.80 54.80
                        3 796 Natalya Ivanova RUS 55.74 54.36
                        4 428 Jonna Tilgner GER 55.71 55.71
                        5 982 Lashinda Demus USA 52.63 52.63
                        6 947 Anastasiya Rabchenyuk UKR 54.74 53.96
                        7 868 Muna Jabir Adam SUD 57.00 54.93
                        8 236 Carole Kaboud Mebam CMR 57.04 56.03

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                        • #13
                          What happened to Jana Pitman-Robinson?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Weights&Shoes
                            What happened to Jana Pitman-Robinson?
                            Jana Pitman -Rawlinson withdrew from the competition a few weeks ago stating another injury. She has also split from her husband and invested in some plastic surgery in the chest area. So she will return next year with one less barrel in her name but more barrels elsewhere.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by 3a
                              more barrels elsewhere.
                              That can't be good for her running :lol:
                              Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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