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  • WHO HAS RUN MOST CONSECUTIVE SUB-10S?

    I'm assuming Maurice Greene has the longest sub-10sec streak, but does anyone out there know for sure? Who and how many please? (to settle a bet downunder)

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    Re: WHO HAS RUN MOST CONSECUTIVE SUB-10S?

    MoSlow be a hasbeen.I guess it be better to be a hasbeen than a never was.

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      Re: WHO HAS RUN MOST CONSECUTIVE SUB-10S?

      3 World Titles and 1 Olympic Title at 100 meters...

      I'd agree he's on the downside, but I wouldn't discount him reaching the Finals in Paris or Athens...

      and then there's the pressure...

      I'd take Chambers to win.

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        Re: WHO HAS RUN MOST CONSECUTIVE SUB-10S?

        This reply came from British superstatsman MEL WATMAN who I would not doubt.

        As far as I can ascertain, the record number of consecutive sub-10.00 marks is four (taking finals only):

        Fredericks 1996 (9.95, 9.87, 9.86, 9.89) & 1997 (9.95, 9.98, 9.90, 9.99)

        Greene 1998 (9.90, 9.92, 9.94, 9.94), 1999 (9.79, 9.93, 9.85, 9.87) and 2001
        (9.90, 9.96, 9.98, 9.82)

        Boldon 1999 (9.97, 9.97, 9.86, 9.86)

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          Re: WHO HAS RUN MOST CONSECUTIVE SUB-10S?

          My prediction is Mo taking the title--and faster than his 9.94.

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