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  • #16
    Re: Oslo DL: w200

    Originally posted by texas_speed
    Wind?
    +1.0

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    • #17
      Re: Oslo DL: w200

      Was it the outside line or the inside line?

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      • #18
        Re: ¶Oslo DL: w200—LaShaunte'a Moore 22.38

        inside line

        LaShauntea Moore officially DQed

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        • #19
          Re: ¶Oslo DL: w200—LaShaunte'a Moore 22.38

          Someone should amend the thread title.

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          • #20
            Re: ¶Oslo DL: w200—LaShaunte'a Moore 22.38

            1 JETER Carmelita USA 24 NOV 1979 6 0.184 22.54 4 1
            2 FERGUSON-MCKENZIE Debbie BAH 16 JAN 1976 4 0.157 22.89 2 3
            3 FEDORIVA Aleksandra RUS 13 SEP 1988 1 0.198 22.98 1 5
            4 MOTHERSILL Cydonie CAY 19 MAR 1978 7 0.328 22.99 1 5
            5 BROOKS Sheri-Ann JAM 11 FEB 1983 3 0.177 23.18
            6 FLOYD-BROADNAX Ebonie USA 21 OCT 1983 8 0.140 23.20
            7 MCLAUGHLIN Anneisha JAM 6 JAN 1986 2 0.174 23.37
            MOORE Lashauntea USA 31 JUL 1983 5 0.249 DQ R 163.3 (22.38)

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            • #21
              Re: ¶Oslo DL: w200—Carmelita Jeter 22.54

              LaShauntae certainly deserved to be dq'd for running out of her lane.

              You could tell she wanted to win this bad. Beating Jeter- even at 200m- would've been huge for her.

              Nevertheless the closing ability//stamina that I mentioned earlier was clearly on display in the last 60 meters.

              Jeter wasnt the only person she was pulling away from down the stretch. She was separating from the field.

              Lemme see...sub 11 speed and good stamina/turnover down the stretch. Clearly her curve running needs work (not only did she run out of her lane in the curve, but her head moves a lot and her arms flail a bit) but if she fixes it...22.2x?

              She's having a great season I hope it continues for her.
              The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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              • #22
                Re: ¶Oslo DL: w200—Carmelita Jeter 22.54

                Originally posted by TrackDaddy
                her head moves a lot and her arms flail a bit...but if she fixes it
                While it may appear inefficient, she's run this way her whole life. I don't think I've ever seen a runner completely change form midway through his or her career. Radcliffe's head-bob, Symmonds' arm pumping, Shaheen leaning backwards... These are great athletes who have unique idiosyncrasies in their running form...and it works for them.

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                • #23
                  Re: ¶Oslo DL: w200—Carmelita Jeter 22.54

                  i disagree that moore would have won this even if she stayed within her lane. at the end, jeter just gave up when it was clear that she couldn't catch her. but if she was closer, she might have been spurred to try to catch her at the last few meters.

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                  • #24
                    Re: ¶Oslo DL: w200—Carmelita Jeter 22.54

                    Now THAT's how to do a lane violation. None of this pussyfooting around with one or two steps on the line. She almost went TWO lanes in. But never mind, her PR of today would not have lasted more than a couple of weeks anyway.

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