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  • gh
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    this thread now locked; move on to new one for the quarterfinals.

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  • Gordon18
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    Originally posted by pachip
    Hahaha...the Argentinian announcers are so hilarious. They said things like:

    "this is the first WC in Bolt`s career"
    "Kim Collins was Sevilla 99' World Champion, but then, he dissapeared from the map"
    "Where is Walter Dix? seems like no Walter Dix" :?: :?:
    "Ohhh...false start!! Somebody will be DQ!! (3 minutes later: eeehhm nope, in fact, this rule will start to work in 2010)

    This happens when you send to Berlin Soccer a bunch of football announcers.
    8-) 8-)

    BTW, At least they covered every heat and event.
    haha wow

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  • JROCK
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    Highlights - Men's 100m heats

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/athletics/8203069.stm

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  • gh
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    This thread will also be stopped and a new one started for the QF.

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  • pachip
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    Hahaha...the Argentinian announcers are so hilarious. They said things like:

    "this is the first WC in Bolt`s career"
    "Kim Collins was Sevilla 99' World Champion, but then, he dissapeared from the map"
    "Where is Walter Dix? seems like no Walter Dix" :?: :?:
    "Ohhh...false start!! Somebody will be DQ!! (3 minutes later: eeehhm nope, in fact, this rule will start to work in 2010)

    This happens when you send to Berlin Soccer a bunch of football announcers.
    8-) 8-)

    BTW, At least they covered every heat and event.

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  • TrainerPhil
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    You guys are right. 3 an 5 aren't easy heats.

    Bolt, Bailey, Edwards, Martina and Williamson in that race. Don't sleep on Emmanuel Calender from Trinidad. This indeed feels like a semi and at least 2 of the favorites to make the final could be out and based on how they ran in that first round I would say Williamson and Martina are in trouble.

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  • TrainerPhil
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    Originally posted by JROCK
    BOLT ARMS - Usain Bolt Can Eat Ice Cream Again
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYg4CMJ6p-w
    Ha ha ha ha. Very good stuff.

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  • Gordon18
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    Originally posted by SQUACKEE
    Bolt's RT in his heat was .144!
    So this helps Makes TheAtheist theory even faster now of what bolt is capable of, because he was giving him a .16. I hope bolt can keep this sort of start up in throughout the rounds

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

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  • sprintblox
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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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  • Cooter Brown
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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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  • JROCK
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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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  • dakota
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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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  • trackfan22
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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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  • Gordon18
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    Oh LMAO...my mum was pissed with Powell's run lol.

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