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  • zurich startlist up.

    the zurich meet has its startlist up, go to euromeetings.org click on meetings click on zurich's site click on timetable once you are at the timetable click the white symbol after the event.

  • #2
    Re: zurich startlist up.

    http://www.weltklasse.ch/en/meeting/startlist.html

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    • #3
      Good to see David Oliver's name up. Any word on his fitness or will this meet tell us the tale?

      PS: I predict a WR in the men's 4 x 1

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      • #4
        w400m : Both Allyson and Sanya are listed as well as all of the other big guns. Should be a great race.

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        • #5
          OOOOOOOHHHHH

          Y'gotta love it. Excerpting

          100m Men
          Bolt, Usain JAM
          Powell, Asafa JAM

          400m Men
          Wariner, Jeremy USA
          Merritt, Lashawn USA


          800m Men
          Kirwa Yego, Alfred KEN
          Rudisha, David KEN
          Symmonds, Nick USA
          Laalou, Amine MAR
          Borzakovskiy, Yuriy RUS
          Mulaudzi, Mbulaeni RSA

          1500m Men
          Kiprop, Asbel KEN
          Manzano, Leonel USA
          Kamel, Yusuf Saad BRN
          Choge, Augustine KEN
          Lomong, Lopez USA

          5000m Men
          Kogo, Micah KEN
          Masai, Moses Ndiema KEN
          Kipsiro, Moses UGA
          Ritzenhein, Dathan USA
          Ali Abdoosh, Mohammed ETH
          Bekele, Kenenisa ETH
          Kwalia C'Kurui, James QAT

          110m hurdles Men
          Oliver, David USA
          Brathwaite, Ryan BAR
          Merritt, Aries USA
          Payne, David USA
          Trammell, Terrence USA

          3000m Steeple Chase
          Matelong, Richard Kipkemboi KEN
          Koech, Paul Kipsiele KEN
          Kemboi, Ezekiel KEN
          Kipruto, Brimin KEN
          Taher, Tareq Mubarak BRN

          Speer Men
          Martinez, Guillermo CUB
          Pitkämäki, Tero FIN
          Thorkildsen, Andreas NOR

          4x100 m
          Jamaica Bolt, Forsythe, Thomas, Mullings, Clarke
          USA Patton, Spearmon, Crawford, Rodgers, Trammell


          100m Women
          Fraser, Shelly Ann JAM
          Jeter, Carmelita USA
          Williams, Lauryn USA
          Stewart, Kerron JAM

          400m Women
          Krivoshapka, Antonia RUS
          Williams, Novlene JAM
          Ohuruogu, Christine GBR
          Felix, Allyson USA
          Williams, Shericka JAM
          Richards, Sanya USA

          1500m Women
          Rowbury, Shannon USA
          Galkina, Gulnara RUS
          Dobriskey, Lisa GBR
          Willard, Anna USA
          Jamal, Maryam BRN
          Wurth-Thomas, Christin USA

          100m hurdles Women
          Lopes-Schliep, Priscilla CAN
          Powell, Virginia USA
          Felicien, Perdita CAN
          Harper, Dawn USA
          Jones, Lolo USA
          Foster-Hylton, Brigitte Ann JAM
          Ennis-London, Delloreen JAM

          High Jump Women
          Beitia, Ruth ESP
          Howard, Chaunte USA
          Chicherova, Anna RUS
          Di Martino, Antonietta ITA
          Friedrich, Ariane GER
          Vlasic, Blanka CRO

          Pole Vault Women
          Rogowska, Anna POL
          Dragila, Stacy USA
          Johnson, Chelsea USA
          Pyrek, Monika POL
          Isinbayeva, Yelena RUS

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          • #6
            Let's not forget that Kerron Stewart, Yelena Isinbaeva, Sanya Richards and Kenenisa Bekele are still in the race for the jackpot.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by croflash
              Let's not forget that Kerron Stewart, Yelena Isinbaeva, Sanya Richards and Kenenisa Bekele are still in the race for the jackpot.
              KB is the only one who is a MORTAL LOCK to not lose. After seeing what he did to Lagat at the end of the 5K, there's no way ANYONE can beat him when he's fit. Speed kills. Speed AND endurance? The mind boggles. Even with no PRs, he's the WC co-MVP.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Marlow
                Originally posted by croflash
                Let's not forget that Kerron Stewart, Yelena Isinbaeva, Sanya Richards and Kenenisa Bekele are still in the race for the jackpot.
                KB is the only one who is a MORTAL LOCK to not lose. After seeing what he did to Lagat at the end of the 5K, there's no way ANYONE can beat him when he's fit. Speed kills. Speed AND endurance? The mind boggles. Even with no PRs, he's the WC co-MVP.
                Sanya and Isi are pretty good bets, too :wink: .
                "A beautiful theory killed by an ugly fact."
                by Thomas Henry Huxley

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                • #9
                  I really want Kerron to win.... I am pulling for her over SAF because I want her to get her jackpot money

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                  • #10
                    If SAF and KS are both injured, why are they running. The explosion out of the blocks is more likely to aggravate an injury than running a curve with a running start.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by jpaule
                      If SAF and KS are both injured, why are they running. The explosion out of the blocks is more likely to aggravate an injury than running a curve with a running start.
                      It depends on the type of injury really.

                      The curve actually agitates certain injuries far more than a start best believe. Why do you think Asafa keeps away from the 200?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by t_monk
                        I really want Kerron to win.... I am pulling for her over SAF because I want her to get her jackpot money
                        So what's a million dollars among friends? What if Kerron wins the 100? She will have one more to go to get that (at least a piece of the ) Million. What should SAF do if it were to come to that? Should she run and possibly "rob" the Jamaican economy of at least quarter million dollars by beating Kerron in the final race?

                        By the way, have Dibaba and Defar mend fences since a similar situation occured a few years ago regarding the 2 Ethiopians who were/are friends?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by rabalac
                          Originally posted by t_monk
                          I really want Kerron to win.... I am pulling for her over SAF because I want her to get her jackpot money
                          So what's a million dollars among friends? What if Kerron wins the 100? She will have one more to go to get that (at least a piece of the ) Million. What should SAF do if it were to come to that? Should she run and possibly "rob" the Jamaican economy of at least quarter million dollars by beating Kerron in the final race?

                          By the way, have Dibaba and Defar mend fences since a similar situation occured a few years ago regarding the 2 Ethiopians who were/are friends?
                          She can run all she wants... as long as she doesnt win, lol

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by t_monk
                            Originally posted by jpaule
                            If SAF and KS are both injured, why are they running. The explosion out of the blocks is more likely to aggravate an injury than running a curve with a running start.
                            It depends on the type of injury really.

                            The curve actually agitates certain injuries far more than a start best believe. Why do you think Asafa keeps away from the 200?
                            Asafa has a groin injury. They have hammy injuries, unless I'm wrong.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by t_monk
                              Originally posted by jpaule
                              If SAF and KS are both injured, why are they running. The explosion out of the blocks is more likely to aggravate an injury than running a curve with a running start.
                              It depends on the type of injury really.

                              The curve actually agitates certain injuries far more than a start best believe. Why do you think Asafa keeps away from the 200?
                              Considering the controversy they have created this will only add fuel to the fire, As a fan I want to see all athletes compete and make money too so I am happy they are competing. But as far as Asafa goes in the 200 a list of at least a dozen dudes (maybe more) who would smoke him. .

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