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    When sprinters get too old to do well over the 100m and 200m there may still be hope.
    If these old sprinters drop down and focus on the 60m and nothing else then they may do well.
    This is because the younger sprinters are dividing their focus between the 100m, 60m and maybe 200m.
    So the old specialist 60m sprinters may have a small advantage.

    By Emmanuel B I D Opuminji

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    Re: HOPE FOR OLD SPRINTERS?

    Interesting concept.... where is an athlete who may be interested to test this theory supposed to find some 60 meter races to enter?

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      Re: HOPE FOR OLD SPRINTERS?

      Did you shout that thread title cuz we geezers are hard of hearing?

      Having failed to make in the Olympics in in the 100, I shall now immediately put all my focus on training for the 60! Thanks for the idea.

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        Re: HOPE FOR OLD SPRINTERS?

        After reading recently Hope Solo's account of escapades in the Olympic Village at prior OG's, maybe the headline has something to do with that. :lol:

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          Re: HOPE FOR OLD SPRINTERS?

          Originally posted by Randy Treadway
          After reading recently Hope Solo's account of escapades in the Olympic Village at prior OG's, maybe the headline has something to do with that. :lol:
          I first read this as "Han Solo", and figured there were perhaps new WR opportunities in the Kessel Run (12 parsecs is soft, after all).

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