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  • #31
    I've been doubting Debbie some...not because of her ability but just because of the # of rounds she'll be running....

    ...well IAAF lessened them by 1...

    The new schedule shows the women's 200 only having 3 rounds instead of 4...one round per day (Aug. 19th, 20th and 21st).

    Could benefit all...including Debbie...to be fresher for the final...although it could mean each of the preceeding rounds will be a tad faster....

    http://berlin.iaaf.org/results/racedate ... ydate.html

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    • #32
      Oh Veronica, hear them not because they know not what they say, shall they deny you thrice, then reboard your wagon? They compare you with a muna when you are the sun.

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      • #33
        I belive Veronica will use the 100 to get sharp for the 200. Not that she won't be trying to win the 100. (She can win the 100, just needs to have a rare good start). I think she is seriously trying for the sprint double.
        Felix looks in awesome form, but I would not say unbeatable form, (close to it though). To lower her colours Veronica may have to PR, maybe even NR. I think by the finals both women will be in shape to go sub 21.80. This should be a cracker and I won't be surprised if either wins. DFM 3rd if she runs conservative rounds and gets lane 7 for the final.
        why don't people pronounce vowels anymore

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        • #34
          VCB doubling, doesn't help her chances against Allyson, it actually hurts them.
          on the road

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          • #35
            Originally posted by DentyCracker
            I belive Veronica will use the 100 to get sharp for the 200. Not that she won't be trying to win the 100. (She can win the 100, just needs to have a rare good start). I think she is seriously trying for the sprint double.
            Felix looks in awesome form, but I would not say unbeatable form, (close to it though). To lower her colours Veronica may have to PR, maybe even NR. I think by the finals both women will be in shape to go sub 21.80. This should be a cracker and I won't be surprised if either wins. DFM 3rd if she runs conservative rounds and gets lane 7 for the final.
            Well, that should not be a problem. Tell her to run conservative and then contact the organizers and tell them she wants lane 7. It shouldn't be a problem. :roll:

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            • #36
              Was Allyson standing straight up on her starts on purpose in the earlier meets this year. Maybe she was working on her closing speed?

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Paul Henry
                Oh Veronica, hear them not because they know not what they say, shall they deny you thrice, then reboard your wagon? They compare you with a muna when you are the sun.
                Oh dear. :P

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                • #38
                  It will be nice to see where Annie and Simone is able to place. These two girls were the one who trumped SAF all throughout high school. My oh my how the table has turned.... Am glad to see them coming back into the fray of things though. Simone was always there and Annie finally finding back good form, I am expecting a huge pb from Annie and I suspect she will make the final.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by t_monk
                    It will be nice to see where Annie and Simone is able to place. These two girls were the one who trumped SAF all throughout high school. My oh my how the table has turned.... Am glad to see them coming back into the fray of things though. Simone was always there and Annie finally finding back good form, I am expecting a huge pb from Annie and I suspect she will make the final.
                    i am glad to see annie back,she just need to reach the final and keep building from there with her career.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by t_monk
                      Originally posted by cacique
                      who's corvette?
                      Hooker.... Marshevet 'the corvette' Hooker
                      copyright Trackdaddy I believe
                      I would love to take credit for it but Ronnie Moore who used to post on Dyestat years ago and later on TS as hookedontx, nicknamed her that. I believe she was still in h.s.

                      Its so fitting I've never been able to get it out of my head.
                      The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by TrackDaddy
                        Originally posted by t_monk
                        Originally posted by cacique
                        who's corvette?
                        Hooker.... Marshevet 'the corvette' Hooker
                        copyright Trackdaddy I believe
                        I would love to take credit for it but Ronnie Moore who used to post on Dyestat years ago and later on TS as hookedontx, nicknamed her that. I believe she was still in h.s.

                        Its so fitting I've never been able to get it out of my head.
                        yes she was in hs when mr. moore nicknamed her.....

                        back to lurking in the shadows.......

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Jayboi
                          Originally posted by TrackDaddy
                          Originally posted by t_monk
                          Originally posted by cacique
                          who's corvette?
                          Hooker.... Marshevet 'the corvette' Hooker
                          copyright Trackdaddy I believe
                          I would love to take credit for it but Ronnie Moore who used to post on Dyestat years ago and later on TS as hookedontx, nicknamed her that. I believe she was still in h.s.

                          Its so fitting I've never been able to get it out of my head.
                          yes she was in hs when mr. moore nicknamed her.....

                          back to lurking in the shadows.......
                          I think the name is very fitting. I seriously think that she can be the top sprinter out there if she just gets her race together. She seems built for sprinting. When she gets it right and really gets rolling, she is in there with the best of them. To me she is the second best all around 100/200 m sprinter US have, behind Lee. Felix I see as a 200/400 type.

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                          • #43
                            VCB win this by jumping on Allyson Felix from the get go. I dare Allyson Felix to pass VCB on the stretch. VCB knows she has this advantage and going to use it!

                            1. VCB
                            2. Felix
                            3. Debbie-Ann Ferguson

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                            • #44
                              200 Metres - W Heats
                              first 3 of each heat (Q) plus the 6 fastest times (q) qualified.

                              Heat 1Wednesday 19 August 2009 - 19:45
                              Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                              1 348 Johanna Danois FRA 23.07 23.07
                              2 1039 ChaRonda Williams USA 22.55 22.55
                              3 242 Darlenis Obregón COL 23.38 23.09
                              4 894 Munira Saleh SYR 24.49 24.49
                              5 893 Nomvula Dlamini SWZ 27.48
                              6 555 Chisato Fukushima JPN 23.00 23.00
                              7 761 Andreea Ograzeanu ROU 23.29 23.29
                              8 526 Simone Facey JAM 22.65 22.25

                              Heat 2Wednesday 19 August 2009 - 19:51
                              Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                              1 845 Virgil Hodge SKN 23.31 22.68
                              2 619 Saria Traboulsi LIB 26.68 26.68
                              3 749 Carol Rodríguez PUR 23.01 22.23
                              4 877 Sunayna Wahi SUR 25.04 25.04
                              5 908 Kelly-Ann Baptiste TRI 22.60 22.60
                              6 859 Sabina Veit SLO 23.34 22.74
                              7 1008 Muna Lee USA 23.05 22.01
                              8 794 Yulia Gushchina RUS 22.63 22.53


                              Heat 3Wednesday 19 August 2009 - 19:57
                              Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                              2 182 Rakia Al-Gassra BRN 23.76 22.65
                              3 195 Adrienne Power CAN 23.16 22.86
                              4 837 Olga Zaytseva RUS 22.82 22.67
                              5 699 Monique Williams NZL 22.98 22.98
                              6 986 Allyson Felix USA 21.88 21.81
                              7 557 Momoko Takahashi JPN 23.15 23.15
                              8 849 Tameka Williams SKN 24.02 23.19

                              Heat 4Wednesday 19 August 2009 - 20:03
                              Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                              2 277 Eleni Artymata CYP 23.16 23.16
                              3 188 Ivet Lalova BUL 24.09 22.51
                              4 781 Yelena Bolsun RUS 22.80 22.64
                              5 126 Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie BAH 22.23 22.19
                              6 149 Alena Kievich BLR 23.15 23.15
                              7 851 Meritzer Williams SKN 23.70 22.96
                              8 1000 Marshevet Hooker USA 22.84 22.34

                              Heat 5Wednesday 19 August 2009 - 20:09
                              Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                              2 679 Oludamola Osayomi NGR 23.41 22.74
                              3 769 Isabel Le Roux RSA 23.11 22.69
                              4 500 LaVerne Jones-Ferrette ISV 22.46 22.46
                              5 459 Vida Anim GHA 23.24 22.81
                              6 540 Anneisha McLaughlin JAM 22.99 22.94
                              7 210 Cydonie Mothersille CAY 22.65 22.39

                              8 338 Makelesi Batimala FIJ 24.34 23.22

                              Heat 6Wednesday 19 August 2009 - 20:15
                              Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                              2 134 Jade Bailey BAR 23.22 22.91
                              3 522 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM 22.37 21.74
                              4 930 Elizaveta Bryzhina UKR 22.99 22.99
                              5 128 Sheniqua Ferguson BAH 23.48 22.85
                              6 1045 Guzel Khubbieva UZB 24.30 23.16
                              7 388 Emily Freeman GBR 22.79 22.72
                              8 141 Olivia Borlee BEL 23.15 22.98

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Sportsfanx1
                                VCB win this by jumping on Allyson Felix from the get go. I dare Allyson Felix to pass VCB on the stretch. VCB knows she has this advantage and going to use it!

                                1. VCB
                                2. Felix
                                3. Debbie-Ann Ferguson
                                VCB ran the rounds of the 100m, she ain't got no advantage :shock:
                                Allyson primed and red to go..LOL

                                Look for a fast time from Chicken Legs
                                on the road

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