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    2010 top sprinters year to date


    Men
    100: 9.82 Asafa Powell JAM
    9.82 Usain Bolt JAM
    200: 19.56 Usain Bolt JAM
    400: 44.40 Jermaine Gonzales JAM
    4 x 100m: Jamaica 37.90(@Penn Relays)

    Women
    100: 10.78 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
    200: 21.98 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
    400: 49.64 Debbie Dunn USA(Jamaican born)

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    Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

    Wow, I didn't realise that Jamaica's world-leading times were so all-embracing....

    Where in Jamaica was Debbie Dunn born? And how old was she when she migrated to the US?
    My heart is still in the Caribbean....

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    • #3
      Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

      Originally posted by notorious
      2010 top sprinters year to date


      Men
      100: 9.82 Asafa Powell JAM
      9.82 Usain Bolt JAM
      200: 19.56 Usain Bolt JAM
      400: 44.40 Jermaine Gonzales JAM
      4 x 100m: Jamaica 37.90(@Penn Relays)

      Women
      100: 10.78 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
      200: 21.98 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
      400: 49.64 Debbie Dunn USA(Jamaican born)
      Yes, Debbie Dunn was born in Jamaica. But she now runs for the US. This is where she trains and gets all that makes her success possible.
      I don’t know why you chose to list her the way you did. Your kind of thinking is part of the reason things get out of hand when situations arise. Prime example; the intense exchange when SAF got busted.

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      • #4
        Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

        Thread unnecessary. This is going to turn into a flame war.
        http://img2.pict.com/c9/f0/bf/2845608/0/b.jpg

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        • #5
          Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

          Originally posted by Megas15
          Originally posted by notorious
          2010 top sprinters year to date


          Men
          100: 9.82 Asafa Powell JAM
          9.82 Usain Bolt JAM
          200: 19.56 Usain Bolt JAM
          400: 44.40 Jermaine Gonzales JAM
          4 x 100m: Jamaica 37.90(@Penn Relays)

          Women
          100: 10.78 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
          200: 21.98 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
          400: 49.64 Debbie Dunn USA(Jamaican born)
          Yes, Debbie Dunn was born in Jamaica. But she now runs for the US. This is where she trains and gets all that makes her success possible.
          I don’t know why you chose to list her the way you did. Your kind of thinking is part of the reason things get out of hand when situations arise. Prime example; the intense exchange when SAF got busted.
          VCB , KERRON STEWART , & Countless other Athletes from Jamaica & other parts of the world "trains & gets all that makes their success possible" in in the USA & Other Countries Sometimes Coached by Coaches who are not American or from the Countries they Coach in Either ,so whats your point ?? ,

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          • #6
            Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

            Originally posted by notorious
            2010 top sprinters year to date


            Men
            100: 9.82 Asafa Powell JAM
            9.82 Usain Bolt JAM
            200: 19.56 Usain Bolt JAM
            400: 44.40 Jermaine Gonzales JAM
            4 x 100m: Jamaica 37.90(@Penn Relays)

            Women
            100: 10.78 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
            200: 21.98 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
            400: 49.64 Debbie Dunn USA(Jamaican born)
            You should Duck after posting something like this LOL, This Forum is rife with JEALOUSY , HATERED , SKEPTICISM & DISRESPECT of the Jamaicans as you will see from some of the responces you'll get to this topic .... But you fail to mention that Jamaicans also lead the world in the mens Junior 100 (DEXTER LEE 10.16) & Masters Women Merlene Ottey .. Duck !!

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            • #7
              Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

              Interesting - potentially inflammatory topic - but I have to say Jamaica is filling a gaping hole in its sprint resume with Gonzales and Chambers PBing with championship medal winning times. I for one love it - I hope all three get to face off before the season ends and I hope that the rise of Jamaica's 400m runners will mean that a competitive 4 x 400M is finally at hand come 2011 World Championship and the 2012 Olympics.

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              • #8
                Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

                Good Competition makes T&F more exciting & in turn better i wish these partisan supporters / fans realise & acknowlidge that

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                • #9
                  Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

                  Originally posted by JWiz
                  Thread unnecessary. This is going to turn into a flame war.


                  True, I bleed black gold and green, but this is unneccessary. This will lead nowhere.



                  One love!
                  One Love!!!

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                  • #10
                    Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

                    Originally posted by Stride
                    Originally posted by Megas15
                    Originally posted by notorious
                    2010 top sprinters year to date


                    Men
                    100: 9.82 Asafa Powell JAM
                    9.82 Usain Bolt JAM
                    200: 19.56 Usain Bolt JAM
                    400: 44.40 Jermaine Gonzales JAM
                    4 x 100m: Jamaica 37.90(@Penn Relays)

                    Women
                    100: 10.78 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
                    200: 21.98 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
                    400: 49.64 Debbie Dunn USA(Jamaican born)
                    Yes, Debbie Dunn was born in Jamaica. But she now runs for the US. This is where she trains and gets all that makes her success possible.
                    I don’t know why you chose to list her the way you did. Your kind of thinking is part of the reason things get out of hand when situations arise. Prime example; the intense exchange when SAF got busted.
                    VCB , KERRON STEWART , & Countless other Athletes from Jamaica & other parts of the world "trains & gets all that makes their success possible" in in the USA & Other Countries Sometimes Coached by Coaches who are not American or from the Countries they Coach in Either ,so whats your point ?? ,
                    I was wondering...what was yours?

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                    • #11
                      Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

                      Originally posted by shivfan
                      Wow, I didn't realise that Jamaica's world-leading times were so all-embracing....

                      Where in Jamaica was Debbie Dunn born? And how old was she when she migrated to the US?

                      She was 13 when she moved to the US. Here is a great article about her
                      http://hamptonroads.com/2010/07/exnsu-r ... conviction

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                      • #12
                        Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

                        @ Megas15 , don't worry about it intelligent ppls who read it will get it :wink:

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                        • #13
                          Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

                          Lol...gloat gloat gloat!
                          LOL smiley face!!!

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                          • #14
                            Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

                            Originally posted by notorious
                            Originally posted by shivfan
                            Wow, I didn't realise that Jamaica's world-leading times were so all-embracing....

                            Where in Jamaica was Debbie Dunn born? And how old was she when she migrated to the US?

                            She was 13 when she moved to the US. Here is a great article about her
                            http://hamptonroads.com/2010/07/exnsu-r ... conviction
                            13, eh? Long enough for her to have had some influence from her Jamaican roots....

                            Much like Sanya Richards, I suppose?
                            My heart is still in the Caribbean....

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                            • #15
                              Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

                              Originally posted by Stride
                              @ Megas15 , don't worry about it intelligent ppls who read it will get it :wink:
                              Maybe; IMO....the reference to Debbie Dunn was juvenile...at best. My last word on this issue.

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