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  • Paris DL: w100H—Pearson 12.40 (WL)

    start list:

    1 FELICIEN Perdita
    2 LEWIS Yvette
    3 CRAWFORD Virginia
    4 PORTER Tiffany
    5 PEARSON Sally
    6 CASTLIN Kristi
    7 CARRUTHERS Danielle
    8 DECAUX Alice
    9 DIAWARA Aisseta

  • #2
    Re: Paris DL: w100H

    Pearson 12.40!

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    • #3
      Re: Paris DL: w100H

      Originally posted by croflash
      Pearson 12.40!
      Great time!

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      • #4
        Re: Paris DL: w100H

        Yikes! 12.40 for Sally Pearson.

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        • #5
          Re: Paris DL: w100H

          Somethings off about her

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          • #6
            Re: Paris DL: w100H

            Even scarier still when considering there was about a 30 meter segment in the middle part of the race where she stopped pulling away and even gave back a little ground, and then only in the last third of the race resumed pulling strongly away from the field again. If her mid-race had gone as well as her early-race and late-race did, then she would've been endangering the world record on that run.

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            • #7
              Re: Paris DL: w100H

              Originally posted by MissThickBooty
              Somethings off about her
              Yeah,she's just "off" running a Olympic Record in a few weeks in London. :lol:
              "Sprintin' ain't easy,baby !

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              • #8
                Re: Paris DL: w100H

                Originally posted by Weights&Shoes
                Yikes! 12.40 for Sally Pearson.
                :shock: :shock: 12.40/0.0

                Glad they give three medals...

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                • #9
                  Re: Paris DL: w100H

                  Originally posted by MissThickBooty
                  Somethings off about her
                  Something's off about this comment :roll:

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                  • #10
                    Re: Paris DL: w100H—Pearson 12.40 (WL)

                    Sally made that look so routine.


                    I say WR in London if the weather is okay.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Paris DL: w100H—Pearson 12.40 (WL)

                      Sally is running faster on the flat than ever this year, with a recent 11.20, wind -1.2. If that had been a tailwind of 1.2, she'd have done 11.04.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Paris DL: w100H

                        Originally posted by MissThickBooty
                        Somethings off about her
                        there may be many people out there with question marks, who had "break throughs"or upgrades in muscularity after journey man careers , but was it her world youth or world jr wins that first made you suspicious of her alarming rise ...
                        We all overtrain "Pat Casey to George Frenn"

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                        • #13
                          Re: Paris DL: w100H—Pearson 12.40 (WL)

                          Have you ever seen Sally being interviewed? She's great! Plus her family emigrated from Britain so she'll get 'honorary Brit' status in London. We love the Aussies over here.

                          Much better from Tiff Porter in 3rd after having a 'mare at the trials. I was really impressed with Ginny Crawford's 12.59 in 2nd.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Paris DL: w100H

                            Originally posted by MissThickBooty
                            Somethings off about her
                            What, her passport?

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                            • #15
                              Re: Paris DL: w100H—Pearson 12.40 (WL)

                              A great mark and considering the conditions, perhaps an indication of a WR not far down the road?

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