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  • 10.67 by Jeter

    I saw the race on youtube.....Wow!!!

  • #2
    I concur... .That truly was a wow performance.

    My question: What can she do to improve on her race? Which part of her race seems most succeptable to you guys that warrant improvement from her?

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    • #3
      Anybody else consider this the real WR? And just imagine if the wind was a +2.0?

      Short of Bolt's runs in Berlin, this is THE most amazing performance in track this season.....I'm still stunned at the time.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by TrainerPhil
        Anybody else consider this the real WR?
        Hopefully no.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TrainerPhil
          Anybody else consider this the real WR? And just imagine if the wind was a +2.0?

          Short of Bolt's runs in Berlin, this is THE most amazing performance in track this season.....I'm still stunned at the time.
          Someone else (Jon?) posted a basic list for the women before the WAF sub-form got deleted. Discounting 10.49, that leaves Flo-Jo's 10.61 (1.2), 10.62 (1.0), and Marion's 10.65A (1.1) ahead of CJ's 10.67s on the official all-time list. The first few entries of the basic list become:

          CJ - 10.67s (the -0.1m/s wind won't affect the race by 0.01s)
          FJ - 10.68s
          FJ - 10.69s

          So, yeah -- WR.

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          • #6
            I'd like to be excited about it but I am not.

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            • #7
              I don't thing anyone was expecting anything like that today. I believe the trackworld is still trying to process.

              What's for certain is that next year will be a money year and there will be fireworks in the paper chase.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by mojo
                I'd like to be excited about it but I am not.
                Agree.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by pachip
                  Originally posted by mojo
                  I'd like to be excited about it but I am not.
                  Agree.
                  Cross country season starts soon here and I can't wait! 8-)

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                  • #10
                    Amazing...
                    She seems to have mistimed her peak this season. Maybe when she and her coaches were planning the schedule last year, they looked and saw "World Athletics Final (September)" and thought it was more important than the IAAF WC (August).

                    Nonetheless, a truly astonishing time.
                    Now the debate is on for the 2009 No.1 world ranking in w100.

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                    • #11
                      Jeter's WAF 10.67 race was astounding.

                      I will view this as the real measure of women's sprinting (i.e., this is the WR as far as I'm concerned).

                      The most amazing thing about this race, however, was the following:

                      that was quite possibly the greatest technical - I mean beautiful, textbook, perfecct execution, perfect body position, heal recovery, etc. - sprinting I have ever seen for both men and women.

                      I've never seen a sprintre "nail" a race so beautifully. that was a ballet out there.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JRM
                        Originally posted by TrainerPhil
                        Anybody else consider this the real WR? And just imagine if the wind was a +2.0?

                        Short of Bolt's runs in Berlin, this is THE most amazing performance in track this season.....I'm still stunned at the time.
                        Someone else (Jon?) posted a basic list for the women before the WAF sub-form got deleted. Discounting 10.49, that leaves Flo-Jo's 10.61 (1.2), 10.62 (1.0), and Marion's 10.65A (1.1) ahead of CJ's 10.67s on the official all-time list. The first few entries of the basic list become:

                        CJ - 10.67s (the -0.1m/s wind won't affect the race by 0.01s)
                        FJ - 10.68s
                        FJ - 10.69s

                        So, yeah -- WR.
                        So you call it a world record based on it's 'basic' timecompared to the other 'basic' times? That's ridiculous. I've entered (unfortunately) into the discussions of 'basic' times and the folley of putting too much stock in them, but this is a new low. A 'basic' time should be considered a WR......asinine!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by JRM
                          Originally posted by TrainerPhil
                          Anybody else consider this the real WR? And just imagine if the wind was a +2.0?

                          Short of Bolt's runs in Berlin, this is THE most amazing performance in track this season.....I'm still stunned at the time.
                          Someone else (Jon?) posted a basic list for the women before the WAF sub-form got deleted. Discounting 10.49, that leaves Flo-Jo's 10.61 (1.2), 10.62 (1.0), and Marion's 10.65A (1.1) ahead of CJ's 10.67s on the official all-time list. The first few entries of the basic list become:

                          CJ - 10.67s (the -0.1m/s wind won't affect the race by 0.01s)
                          FJ - 10.68s
                          FJ - 10.69s

                          So, yeah -- WR.
                          So you call it a world record based on it's 'basic' timecompared to the other 'basic' times? That's ridiculous. I've entered (unfortunately) into the discussions of 'basic' times and the folley of putting too much stock in them, but this is a new low. A 'basic' time should be considered a WR......asinine!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by steve

                            So you call it a world record based on it's 'basic' timecompared to the other 'basic' times? That's ridiculous. I've entered (unfortunately) into the discussions of 'basic' times and the folley of putting too much stock in them, but this is a new low. A 'basic' time should be considered a WR......asinine!
                            Careful Steve, challenging the Basic Zombies here can get you banned.

                            FWIW, you are right on the mark.

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                            • #15
                              Truth is, I was really expecting SAF to get to sub-10.7 before any of the current crop of 100m gals. I guess its a consolation for Jeter though, who had a dominaring early season. I bet next season we will see 2or3 10.6s, these kids are really gunning it!

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