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    TrackDaddy
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    When have you ever heard me say anything disparaging about an athlete?

    Now I might have tuned you up a few times but you know its all in fun.

    My objective here is two fold:

    First, to impart some knowledge on those who've been deprived. I just might have some to share.

    And two, to tweak y'all's modus operandi until you're cultured, well mannered and rational like me.

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  • cacique
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    TD talking about sensitivity???? wow... i'm shocked! :lol:

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  • TrackDaddy
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    I would think "manage her fitness better", "become fitter" or something along those lines could make the point without being too insensitive.

    Where's Savigne?

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  • Flumpy
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    Originally posted by Powell
    It's the first time this year I had a good look at Trecia Smith this year, and she's waaaay overweight compared to her prime.
    She looked out of shape in her prime!!!

    WTF has happened to the wTJ this year? It's been piss poor all season.

    This result is just embarrassing ops:

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  • Jon
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    Originally posted by Powell
    It's the first time this year I had a good look at Trecia Smith this year, and she's waaaay overweight compared to her prime. No wonder she's no longer winning medals, I'm surprised she can even do 14.20+
    I'm sure Eldy could do some calculations of what she's capable of if she lost a few pounds. One of my all-time fave eldrick calculations was Helen Karagounis' potential if she lost some weight. IIRC he calculated that if Karagounis lost 8lb from her behind, she could break 49 seconds in the 400m. She did lose a bit of weight later on in her career, but funnily enough her PB remained 51.78. :lol:

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  • toyracer
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    Rank Athlete Nation 1 2 3 4 5 6 Result (Wind)
    1 ALDAMA, Yamilé SUD 14.27 x x 14.27 (+1.2)
    2 SMITH, Trecia JAM x 14.23 x x x 13.91 14.23 (+0.4)
    3 ALEKHINA, Nadezhda RUS 14.16 13.16 13.99 13.92 x 13.93 14.16 (-0.6)
    4 TOPIC, Biljana SRB 13.97 x 14.09 14.01 x 14.08 14.09 (+1.0)
    5 PYATYKH, Anna RUS 13.53 13.59 13.60 13.76 14.00 13.98 14.00 (+0.6)
    6 VELDAKOVA, Dana SVK 13.57 x 13.64 13.93 x x 13.93 (-1.3)
    7 BOLSHAKOVA, Svetlana BEL x x 13.44 13.78 13.37 13.47 13.78 (-1.3)
    8 NZOLA MESO, Teresa FRA 13.66 x 13.26 13.04 x x 13.66 (+0.9)

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  • croflash
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  • croflash
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    Originally posted by Powell
    It's the first time this year I had a good look at Trecia Smith this year, and she's waaaay overweight compared to her prime. No wonder she's no longer winning medals, I'm surprised she can even do 14.20+
    I got the same impression, she looks out of shape.

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  • Powell
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  • Powell
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    It's the first time this year I had a good look at Trecia Smith this year, and she's waaaay overweight compared to her prime. No wonder she's no longer winning medals, I'm surprised she can even do 14.20+

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    '09 Brussels wTJ

    Order Athlete Nation PB SB
    1 ALDAMA, Yamilé SUD 15.29 14.48
    2 BOLSHAKOVA, Svetlana BEL 14.27 14.27
    3 NZOLA MESO, Teresa FRA 14.69 14.40
    4 VELDAKOVA, Dana SVK 14.51 14.43
    5 TOPIC, Biljana SRB 14.52 14.52
    6 SMITH, Trecia JAM 15.16 14.48
    7 PYATYKH, Anna RUS 15.02 14.67
    8 ALEKHINA, Nadezhda RUS 15.14 15.14
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