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  • Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

    At UGa today:

    1 Nelson, Adam Saucony 21.54m 70-08.00
    FOUL 21.54m FOUL FOUL FOUL FOUL

    2 Hoffa, Reese Nike 21.49m 70-06.25
    20.94m 20.92m 21.48m 21.17m FOUL 21.49m

    also see that Jeter ran 22.31 w1.5 at UCLA today.

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    Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

    Originally posted by Marlow
    At UGa today:

    1 Nelson, Adam Saucony 21.54m 70-08.00
    FOUL 21.54m FOUL FOUL FOUL FOUL

    2 Hoffa, Reese Nike 21.49m 70-06.25
    20.94m 20.92m 21.48m 21.17m FOUL 21.49m

    also see that Jeter ran 22.31 w1.5 at UCLA today.
    Number 1 and 2 in the world.

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    • #3
      Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

      In addition to Jeter's 22.31 WL at the UCLA JJK-Rafer invite, the Bobby Kersee All-Stars also had a WL (42.65) in the 4x1 with this team:
      1) Powell, Jenny (this 'inverted Jenny' was the spelling on the results page, but I think it must be Ginnie)
      2) Turnbull, Jennba
      3) Harper, Dawn
      4) Felix, Allyson


      Results link:
      http://www.uclabruins.com/sports/m-trac ... jday2.html

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      • #4
        Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

        Originally posted by Marlow
        ...see that Jeter ran 22.31 w1.5 at UCLA today.

        Outstanding on it's own, but as I mentioned in the Felix thread it was also 90 minutes after 4x1 leg
        There are no strings on me

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        • #5
          Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

          Felix Sanchez ran a 1:48.99 800 at the same meet. That's awesome.

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          • #6
            Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

            Originally posted by guru
            Originally posted by Marlow
            ...see that Jeter ran 22.31 w1.5 at UCLA today.
            it was also 90 minutes after 4x1 leg
            And? Wouldn't a 4x1 leg be a perfect warm-up for a fast 200 an hour and a half later?

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            • #7
              Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

              I note that the 800 was won by Duane Soloman in the fine early time of 1:45.83 and second was Brandon Johnson in 1:47.54 who I believe is,like Sanchez, a 400 hurdler and who hasn't been heard from in quite a while.

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              • #8
                Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

                Originally posted by Marlow
                Originally posted by guru
                Originally posted by Marlow
                ...see that Jeter ran 22.31 w1.5 at UCLA today.
                it was also 90 minutes after 4x1 leg
                And? Wouldn't a 4x1 leg be a perfect warm-up for a fast 200 an hour and a half later?

                At that level, no. Especially the first meet of the year. 3+ hours later, ok.
                There are no strings on me

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                • #9
                  Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

                  Originally posted by guru
                  Originally posted by Marlow
                  Originally posted by guru
                  Originally posted by Marlow
                  ...see that Jeter ran 22.31 w1.5 at UCLA today.
                  it was also 90 minutes after 4x1 leg
                  And? Wouldn't a 4x1 leg be a perfect warm-up for a fast 200 an hour and a half later?
                  At that level, no. Especially the first meet of the year. 3+ hours later, ok.
                  ??!! We see all sorts of superb elite sprint doubles in this or less turn-around time, even this early in the season.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

                    Originally posted by Marlow
                    ??!! We see all sorts of superb elite sprint doubles in this or less turn-around time, even this early in the season.

                    That doesnt mean they're not running the second event slower than if they had run it fresh. The main goal right now is training, which is fine. It just makes Jeter's performance in that 200 yesterday all the more impressive.
                    There are no strings on me

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                    • #11
                      Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

                      Originally posted by true northener
                      I note that the 800 was won by Duane Soloman in the fine early time of 1:45.83 and second was Brandon Johnson in 1:47.54 who I believe is,like Sanchez, a 400 hurdler and who hasn't been heard from in quite a while.


                      I believe B. Johnson is make the switch to the 800 being that he has run 3-4 already this season. I believe 148 a couple weeks ago. Sanchez opening up with a PR looks promising we shall see how his 148 and indoor 48.7 400h translates outdoors

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                      • #12
                        Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

                        Originally posted by guru
                        The main goal right now is training, which is fine. It just makes Jeter's performance in that 200 yesterday all the more impressive.
                        True dat!

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                        • #13
                          Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

                          At the Kansas Relays, Hoffa now out to 71-3.5, edging Cantwell's 71-2.25

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                          • #14
                            Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

                            Big surprise to me was Joanna Hayes running 100H 12.96 at UCLA. She hasn't run a 100H in forever and to go under 13. The women's 100H's is just crazy.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Nelson, Hoffa, Jeter open well

                              Originally posted by Riff80
                              Big surprise to me was Joanna Hayes running 100H 12.96 at UCLA. She hasn't run a 100H in forever and to go under 13. The women's 100H's is just crazy.
                              I agree but should we really be that surprised? She is an OIympic Champion in the event and 34+ for a woman just isn't old - especially in the hurdles. Yordanka Donkova, Lyudmkilla Enquist, Natalya Grigoreva, Gail Devers, Ennis-London, Foster-Hylton, Vonette Dixon, Michelle Perry, Patricia Girard...the list goes on. Maybe the 100h is like the discus of the track; you get better with experience.

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