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    https://pennrelaysonline.com/Registrati ... ances.aspx

    girls mile

    mary cain listed agaimnst anegl piccirillo 2 time winner, going to villanova nexy year

    AND AJEE WILSON

    wanna talk about a bunch of girls with LAST laps

  • #2
    Re: penn relays hs OPEN entrys

    HS GIRLS DISCUS...
    Jamica hasa the top 5 seedfs...


    1

    Tara-Sue Barnett

    Edwin Allen (JAM)



    2

    Danniel Thomas

    Edwin Allen (JAM)



    3

    Sasha-Gaye Marston

    Edwin Allen (JAM)



    4

    Fayon Gonzales

    St. Jago (JAM)



    5

    Devene Brown

    St. Hugh's (JAM)

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    • #3
      Re: penn relays hs OPEN entrys

      Originally posted by az2004
      HS GIRLS DISCUS...
      Jamica hasa the top 5 seedfs...


      1

      Tara-Sue Barnett

      Edwin Allen (JAM)



      2

      Danniel Thomas

      Edwin Allen (JAM)



      3

      Sasha-Gaye Marston

      Edwin Allen (JAM)



      4

      Fayon Gonzales

      St. Jago (JAM)



      5

      Devene Brown

      St. Hugh's (JAM)
      Seems like there might not be too many elite girls' discus throwers in the northeastern US this year, or at least at this time... The top 2 seeded American girls in the event at Penn (Woodard from New Jersey and Ovejera from Maryland) are currently ranked #27 and #51 on the 2012 Dyestat US list respectively.. Maybe that'll change as the season progresses since many northern US schools are just getting started...

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      • #4
        Re: penn relays hs OPEN entrys

        2

        Orane Wint

        Bellefield (JAM)

        boys 3k jamaican kid ranked #2

        BOYS tripe jump


        1

        Dume Dube

        Christian Brothers (ZIM)



        2

        Tawanda Washaya

        St. Johns (ZIM)


        top 2 seeds from zim..


        boys 400mh,,,

        2

        Tsegofatso Mathopa

        Uitsig (RSA)



        AS to the jamaica girl throwers, give them the right windy day on the island and you can reach cuba

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        • #5
          Re: penn relays hs OPEN entrys

          "The women of Team USA will face stiff competition from the best of the world. Three of the four women from Jamaica’s silver 4x100m team, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Kerron Stewart and Sherone Simpson, are also set to compete, and Shericka Williams and Novlene Williams-Mills both ran on Jamaica’s second-place World Outdoor 4x400m Relay team. Fraser-Pryce enters 2012 as the defending Olympic champion in the 100m. Jamaica will once again be bringing their 800m heavy-hitter Kenia Sinclair, who spilt 1:57.06 for 800m in last year’s sprint medley relay. While the USA vs. Jamaica rivalry is a crowd favorite, the U.S. women will also have to watch out for Great Britain. All four of the members from the winning World indoor 4x400m Relay team are scheduled to compete, including former American Shana Cox, now running under the Union Jack. On the men’s sprint side, Team USA is lead by veterans Walter Dix, Angelo Taylor, Justin Gatlin and Lashawn Merritt. Dix is the current world silver medalist in both the 100m and 200m and has already run a windy time of 9.85 (+2.4 mps) in the 100m this year. Bringing more 100m talent to the team is Gatlin, the 2003 and 2012 World Indoor 60m champion. Olympic champion Lashawn Merritt ran to silver in Daegu in the 400m and also anchored the winning 4x400m relay team. In the 4x400, he will be joined by his world championships relay teammates Taylor and Bershawn Jackson. Bernard Lagat will lead the men’s distance medley team with an impressive line-up assembled from a group that includes Jeshua Anderson, Khadevis Robinson, Nick Symmonds, Russell Brown and Leo Manzano. Lagat is fresh off of his third World indoor title in the 3000m and set an indoor American record in the 5000m in February. The biggest international star will undoubtedly be 400m World champion Kirani James of Grenada. James will be joined by countryman Rondell Bartholomew, who took sixth at the World Outdoor Championships. However, the two men will have to make up a lot of ground for their teammates as they were the only sprinters from Grenada to run under 46 seconds in 2011. The Jamaicans are the defending World and Olympic champions in the 4x100m. Gold medalist Nesta Carter will lead the 4x100 crew while Jermaine Gonzales and Allodin Fothergill competed on Jamaica’s third-place World Outdoor 4x400m relay and will be on the track at Penn."

          http://www.iaaf.org/news/newsid=64689.html
          My heart is still in the Caribbean....

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