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  • #46
    Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

    Originally posted by TDB
    Of course he realizes that was TEAM USA's B team, we didn't have Justin Gatlin or Walter Dix on it
    Would make sense if PRs made the team effective as against season's form/current form, last I checked even the WJC finalists could give Gatlin a run for his money (based on season's form). Plugging him in on that day, in that team would have offered no plus but a GAPING minus to that team (IMHO).

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    • #47
      Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

      Originally posted by TrackDaddy
      Times seem to be used when they're convenient for ones argument.

      Zurich sprints hmmm lemme see...

      Wariner > Gonzales
      Spearmon > Blake
      Jeter=VCB
      US 4x1>JA 4x1
      Felix > Shericka/ Novlene

      Where's notorious?

      Since you began this thread Ive worked diligently to keep it updated.

      You've been no help at all.

      Since i'm bored I'll help him out.

      Full Update as of August 22 (I included the hurdles because those guys are sprinting to me i don't know how you can even consider its not a sprint but you can exclude them if you want.)

      Men WL
      100m-9.78 Tyson Gay USA
      200m-19.56 Usain Bolt JAM
      400m-44.13 Jeremy Wariner USA
      110H-12.89 David Oliver USA
      400H-47.32 Bershawn Jackson USA
      400R-37.45 Kimmons/Spearmon/Gay/Rodgers USA
      1600R-2:58.83 Betters/Wilder/Hughes/Tate USA

      Women WL
      100m-10.78 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
      200m-21.98 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
      400m-49.64 Debbie Dunn USA
      100H-12.52 Priscilla Lopes-Schliep CAN
      400H-52.82 Lashinda Demus USA
      400R-42.29 Ukraine UKR (yes Ukraine)
      1600R-3:21.26 Kapachinskaya/Krivoshapka/Ustalova/Firova RUS

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      • #48
        Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

        Originally posted by Pelpa
        Originally posted by TDB
        Of course he realizes that was TEAM USA's B team, we didn't have Justin Gatlin or Walter Dix on it
        Would make sense if PRs made the team effective as against season's form/current form, last I checked even the WJC finalists could give Gatlin a run for his money (based on season's form). Plugging him in on that day, in that team would have offered no plus but a GAPING minus to that team (IMHO).
        I don't disagree at all, I was more so anticipating the next time Jam A goes against USA A. With Gatlin running that 10.2 into a strong head wind I'm thinking by next season, we could see him running in the low 9.9s which would be a very formidable addition on 2nd leg of the 4x100 (unless we see a repeat of his performance on the relay in Athens)

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        • #49
          Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

          Updated. As the 2010 track season comes to an end, Jamaicans still lead the world in the sprints.


          Men WL
          100m-9.78 Nesta Carter JAM
          100m-9.78 Tyson Gay USA
          200m-19.56 Usain Bolt JAM

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

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          • #50
            Re: Jamaica leads the world in the sprints in 2010

            Originally posted by notorious
            Updated. As the 2010 track season comes to an end, Jamaicans still lead the world in the sprints.

            in JAM/US
            Men WL
            100m-9.78++ Nesta Carter JAM
            100m-9.78 Tyson Gay USA (and Gay wins the tiebraker, both better mark and beating Carter, not to mention Bolt)
            110h USA
            200m-19.56 Usain Bolt JAM/19.44 Gay
            400 Wariner USA
            400h USA

            Women WL
            100m-10.78 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM
            100h USA
            200m-21.98 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM [but AF ranked #1]
            400m-49.64 Debbie Dunn USA(Jamaican born)
            400h USA

            So,
            VCB 1.5, Bolt 1
            USA 7

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