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  • #16
    Re: A new queen for the 200m?

    She runs 21.x at USATF in a race that she did not have to worry too much about (she was not going to be fourth or worse) so she did not have a big peak in training. Aside from Duncan, what other competitor has a 21 to their name. None, nada, zero, zilch, nyet, ...

    While her speed has not been honed by racing a lot of 100s at the time of nationals, she has been training since, and she can run 100s in training to her (and coach's) hearts content. She has several of those shinny awards and knows how to win them, and the only one to beat her in the championship races is on the sidelines.

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    • #17
      Re: A new queen for the 200m?

      Originally posted by 26mi235
      She runs 21.x at USATF in a race that she did not have to worry too much about , so she did not have a big peak in training.
      Facts not in evidence. It is quite possible she cannot replicate that peak.
      That said . . . I don't see anyone beating her. Ahoure and Okagbare could step it up, but that's probably not in the cards.

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      • #18
        Re: A new queen for the 200m?

        Originally posted by Marlow
        Originally posted by 26mi235
        She runs 21.x at USATF in a race that she did not have to worry too much about , so she did not have a big peak in training.
        Facts not in evidence. It is quite possible she cannot replicate that peak.
        That said . . . I don't see anyone beating her. Ahoure and Okagbare could step it up, but that's probably not in the cards.
        Which fact is not in evidence in a manner that the phrase refers (and future element is not in evidence); so do you think that she (AF) had to be at her peak for the Trials?

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        • #19
          Re: A new queen for the 200m?

          Originally posted by 26mi235
          Originally posted by Marlow
          Originally posted by 26mi235
          so do you think that she (AF) had to be at her peak for the Trials?
          Absolutely! There was too much at stake and too many fast women to take any chances. Spearmon was the formchart favorite, ran a decent time and finished 4th.

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          • #20
            Re: A new queen for the 200m?

            Originally posted by 26mi235
            She runs 21.x at USATF in a race that she did not have to worry too much about (she was not going to be fourth or worse) so she did not have a big peak in training. Aside from Duncan, what other competitor has a 21 to their name. None, nada, zero, zilch, nyet, ...

            While her speed has not been honed by racing a lot of 100s at the time of nationals, she has been training since, and she can run 100s in training to her (and coach's) hearts content. She has several of those shinny awards and knows how to win them, and the only one to beat her in the championship races is on the sidelines.
            True.That's why you have'nt seen her since Nat's.She will be ready to perform at her high level.But since Shavers is still coaching her I believe K.Duncan will be ready to do well. 8-)
            "Sprintin' ain't easy,baby !

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