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  • #91
    Originally posted by TrainerPhil
    What was Asafa thinking? Shutting down at 50m? He almost cost himself a spot in the quarterfinals......

    Asafa continues to train his body to shut down early. Not that he needed to run a full race here, but will he ever run complete race?
    haha i expected that from him in the first round, but wow, is his start back? it's come at the right time

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    • #92
      Originally posted by Weights&Shoes
      Nice to know I'm not the only one on the East Coast passing on sleep. LOL
      Up since 4:15 in Baltimore.
      Regards,
      toyracer

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      • #93
        Bolts START.

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        • #94
          Rodgers and Doc Patten looked very good.

          Powell's first 50 awesome.

          Bolt. Bolt.

          Is Gay OK? I have noticed in other big competitions that Gay tends to look a little uncomfortable, a little ragged, in the first couple rounds.

          What do folks think? Is he alright? Man, I hope so.

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          • #95
            [quote="Weights&Shoes"]Mike Rodgers looked solid.[/quote

            how tall is he, he looks like 5ft5

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            • #96
              Originally posted by Gordon18
              Bolts START.
              One of his best ever 8-) 8-)

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              • #97
                Only one national record in the first round.

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by 110hedgeNYC
                  Rodgers and Doc Patten looked very good.

                  Powell's first 50 awesome.

                  Bolt. Bolt.

                  Is Gay OK? I have noticed in other big competitions that Gay tends to look a little uncomfortable, a little ragged, in the first couple rounds.

                  What do folks think? Is he alright? Man, I hope so.
                  I never read into Gay in the first round like this, he always seems like this, and he looks like he has a lot more, we'll see in the next round anyway, can't wait!

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                  • #99
                    Oh LMAO...my mum was pissed with Powell's run lol.

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                    • Originally posted by DCSIGMA
                      Originally posted by maroon
                      croflash -- sorry, but that is not the only thing unger said.
                      http://www.bild.de/BILD/news/bild-engli ... -bolt.html
                      Damn he told how he REALLY felt...
                      that was very rude ... why did he bother to extend a hand .. has he ever been to JA.. he is talking based on ignorance..

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                      • I feel desperately sorry for the athletes in heat three and heat five.

                        This draw is horrible. Some of these heats are very weak and others impossibly strong.


                        100 Metres - M Quarter-Final
                        first 3 of each heat (Q) plus the 1 fastest time (q) qualified.

                        Heat 1
                        Saturday 15 August 2009 - 18:50
                        Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                        1 683 Masashi Eriguchi [JAPAN] JPN 10.07 10.07
                        2 540 Martin Keller [GERMANY] GER 10.35 10.23
                        3 492 Dwain Chambers [GREAT BRITAIN & N.I.] GBR 10.06 9.97
                        4 1116 Richard Thompson [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] TRI 10.01 9.89
                        5 457 Martial Mbandjock [FRANCE] FRA 10.11 10.06
                        6 636 Emanuele Di Gregorio [ITALY] ITA 10.21 10.21
                        7 926 Arnaldo Abrantes [PORTUGAL] POR 10.19 10.19
                        8 595 Adam Harris [GUYANA] GUY 10.22 10.22

                        Heat 2
                        Saturday 15 August 2009 - 18:57
                        Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                        1 965 Simon Magakwe [SOUTH AFRICA] RSA 10.21 10.21
                        2 281 Daniel Grueso [COLOMBIA] COL 10.22 10.17
                        3 459 Christophe Lemaître [FRANCE] FRA 10.04 10.04
                        4 693 Naoki Tsukahara [JAPAN] JPN 10.09 10.09
                        5 1254 Gerald Phiri [ZAMBIA] ZAM 10.13 10.13
                        6 1224 Michael Rodgers [UNITED STATES] USA 9.94 9.94
                        7 496 Tyrone Edgar [GREAT BRITAIN & N.I.] GBR 10.09 10.06
                        8 869 Egwero Ogho-Oghene [NIGERIA] NGR 10.25 10.25

                        Heat 3
                        Saturday 15 August 2009 - 19:04
                        Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                        1 665 Asafa Powell [JAMAICA] JAM 9.88 9.72
                        2 694 Shintaro Kimura [JAPAN] JPN 10.21 10.21
                        3 1215 Darvis Patton [UNITED STATES] USA 10.02 9.89
                        4 860 Olusoji A. Fasuba [NIGERIA] NGR 10.20 9.85
                        5 1032 Kim Collins [SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS] SKN 10.15 9.98
                        6 954 Samuel Francis [QATAR] QAT 10.19 9.99
                        7 454 Ronald Pognon [FRANCE] FRA 10.21 9.99
                        8 1110 Marc Burns [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] TRI 10.04 9.96

                        Heat 4
                        Saturday 15 August 2009 - 19:11
                        Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                        1 163 Adrian Griffith [BAHAMAS] BAH 10.27 10.27
                        2 383 Ángel David Rodríguez [SPAIN] ESP 10.39 10.14
                        3 877 Jaysuma Saidy Ndure [NORWAY] NOR 10.10 10.01
                        4 171 Andrew Hinds [BARBADOS] BAR 10.03 10.03
                        5 660 Michael Frater [JAMAICA] JAM 10.02 9.97
                        6 1183 Tyson Gay [UNITED STATES] USA 9.77 9.77
                        7 863 Obinna Metu [NIGERIA] NGR 10.27 10.16
                        8 632 Fabio Cerutti [ITALY] ITA 10.15 10.13

                        Heat 5
                        Saturday 15 August 2009 - 19:18
                        Lane Bib Athlete Country 2009 PB
                        1 905 Dariusz Kuc [POLAND] POL 10.21 10.17
                        2 599 Rolando Palacios [HONDURAS] HON 10.28 10.22
                        3 111 Daniel Bailey [ANTIGUA & BARBUDA] ANT 9.91 9.91
                        4 656 Usain Bolt [JAMAICA] JAM 9.79 9.69
                        5 503 Simeon Williamson [GREAT BRITAIN & N.I.] GBR 10.05 10.03
                        6 1111 Emmanuel Callander [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] TRI 10.08 10.08
                        7 1178 Monzavous Edwards [UNITED STATES] USA 10.02 10.02
                        8 101 Churandy Martina [NETHERLANDS ANTILLES] AHO 9.97 9.93

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                        • BOLT ARMS - Usain Bolt Can Eat Ice Cream Again
                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYg4CMJ6p-w

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                          • Originally posted by rainy.here
                            I suspect this was a false start that wasn't fast enough to be caught (heat 10).
                            8 5 743 Nooa Takooa KIR 11.74 (PB) 0.118

                            The fastest reaction time of the entire first round by someone with a new PB of 11.74?
                            Don't be a hater. His real talent is in table tennis...
                            http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_p...ectionID=14551

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                            • Originally posted by Cooter Brown
                              The fastest reaction time of the entire first round by someone with a new PB of 11.74?
                              Don't be a hater. His real talent is in table tennis...
                              http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_p...ectionID=14551
                              Good find. Being good at table tennis surely requires some fast reflexes.

                              He's only 16, so let's see if he goes below 11 in 2011.

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                              • Bolt's RT in his heat was .144!
                                phsstt!

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