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    I am most impressed by the Personal records set by the athletres 20 years and under on this senior world stage.

    Mr. Edwards bares the Icing on the cake and hats off to him for this stance that he has taken, indicating to the world that if the talent pool is fully exploited, there are countless more Johnsons, Otteys and Bolts out there. Many might not realize, but at this speed, Edwards is right on par with Usain, provided proper coaching there certainly will be a threat to the dominance now held by the seasoned athletes by 2012.

    If you guys saw one of such you can add to the post.

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    Re: Future of track in safe hands

    Originally posted by Paul Henry
    ...is right on par with Usain
    You mean, he's going to be 6-6 in a couple years?

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    • #3
      Re: Future of track in safe hands

      [quote=Half Miler]
      Originally posted by "Paul Henry":3t2xn2md
      ...is right on par with Usain
      You mean, he's going to be 6-6 in a couple years?[/quote:3t2xn2md]

      come on you kno 6.6 is not humanly possibly (at 100m) he's not that good. :lol:

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      • #4
        Re: Future of track in safe hands

        [quote=Paul Henry][quote="Half Miler":1bozdl7r]
        Originally posted by "Paul Henry":1bozdl7r
        ...is right on par with Usain
        You mean, he's going to be 6-6 in a couple years?[/quote:1bozdl7r]

        come on you kno 6.6 is not humanly possibly (at 100m) he's not that good. :lol:[/quote:1bozdl7r]

        LOL he meant height.
        Afrikan

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        • #5
          Re: Future of track in safe hands

          [quote=Taliban][quote=Paul Henry]
          Originally posted by "Half Miler":2g3layvp
          Originally posted by "Paul Henry":2g3layvp
          ...is right on par with Usain
          You mean, he's going to be 6-6 in a couple years?
          come on you kno 6.6 is not humanly possibly (at 100m) he's not that good. :lol:[/quote:2g3layvp]

          LOL he meant height.[/quote:2g3layvp]

          I know, I was being equally smug. :lol:

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          • #6
            But on a serious note I am using edwards to repsent al the youngins and seasoned athletes to represent all the seasoned athletes.

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            • #7
              i do not know how these kids who are basically 98 pound weaklings & dwarves with it, are running so fast ( 19.81 )

              i'm starting to believe an accumulation of food-additives since childhood in burgers/chicken/pizza,etc is starting to fire up their CNS too much & inevitably for too long of a short period of time, & it burns out quickly

              short careers

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              • #8
                Originally posted by eldrick
                i do not know how these kids who are basically 98 pound weaklings & dwarves with it, are running so fast ( 19.81 )

                i'm starting to believe an accumulation of food-additives since childhood in burgers/chicken/pizza,etc is starting to fire up their CNS too much & inevitably for too long of a short period of time, & it burns out quickly

                short careers
                Really, you need to take a trip to the Caribbean, don't extrapolate from a limited view point. As an anecdotal point (eg.) large entities like McDonalds and Taco Bell couldn't last 2 years in isles, kind a shows the prefernce of local quisine, mark you some fast food do gettheir share but here there are no worries of the bad dietary patterns. Trust me on that (G&B's jerk shop Buff Bay Porland, Big ups)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by eldrick
                  i do not know how these kids who are basically 98 pound weaklings & dwarves with it, are running so fast ( 19.81 )

                  i'm starting to believe an accumulation of food-additives since childhood in burgers/chicken/pizza,etc is starting to fire up their CNS too much & inevitably for too long of a short period of time, & it burns out quickly

                  short careers
                  But then again we might as well lock down this board and close the Berlin doors now and stop all meets planned cause it makes no sense, there is no future. :roll:

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                  • #10
                    I would also infer from your point of view that you agree that the consumption of traditional foods such as Yams, Dasheens, and Ackees in the Caribbean is a plausible reason behind the sprinting prowess of our athletes.

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                    • #11
                      What about Jehue Gordon in the 400mH. Amazing performance, from the 17 year old.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ATK
                        What about Jehue Gordon in the 400mH. Amazing performance, from the 17 year old.
                        Can I tell you!!!

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