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  • OldSprint
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    He does not run anymore. He didn't run too much after college. He's now a school teacher who was just recently married. Doing very well. The guys I named earlier are guys who had run 44 and tried to make it on the professional level.

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  • bellows23
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    >Raoul is my cousin. We call him Cinque.
    Is he still fast? Is one of the guys you talking
    about?

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  • bellows23
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    >Wariner took one errant step in the next lane, that is all. It was a legit
    >44.48 all the way.

    Maybe you think the 44.50 was a fluke too?


    They should go back to the two step rule.

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  • OldSprint
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    Raoul is my cousin. We call him Cinque.

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  • ycn
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    Wariner took one errant step in the next lane, that is all. It was a legit 44.48 all the way.

    Maybe you think the 44.50 was a fluke too?

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  • bellows23
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    Pierre
    Zeke Jefferson
    Raoul Howard

    From the FAST book.

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  • bellows23
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    Pierre
    Zeke Jefferson
    Raoul Howard

    From the FAST book.

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  • OldSprint
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    Yeah, he's been the ONLY one. Maybe because he was a freak of nature or something.

    Brandon Couts
    Marlon Ramsey
    Deon Minor
    Tony Miller
    Darren Strong (actually a 800 meter runner)

    There are more, but these are the ones that stand out the most that did run on the next level.

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  • bellows23
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    >I hope he can continue to run well after finishing up at Baylor. So much
    >talent has been squeezed from guys from Baylor and did not do well on the next
    >level. I hope he and Darold can help make the professional circuit more
    >interesting when the time comes.

    With Johnson being the exception to the rule.

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  • OldSprint
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    You and I are probably the only ones who still remember who Mennea is, since '96.

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  • bellows23
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    Ya think there could be a link between 44.48 and being DQ's for
    >running INSIDE the lane? Nah, pure coincidence.

    Didn't they always accuse Mennea doing the same thing.

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  • OldSprint
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    I hope he can continue to run well after finishing up at Baylor. So much talent has been squeezed from guys from Baylor and did not do well on the next level. I hope he and Darold can help make the professional circuit more interesting when the time comes.

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  • malmo
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    >I'm not knocking 44.71 AT ALL. But he ran 44.48 when DQ'ed in the >Big 12 meet,

    Ya think there could be a link between 44.48 and being DQ's for running INSIDE the lane? Nah, pure coincidence.

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  • bellows23
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    I'm not knocking 44.71 AT ALL. But he ran 44.48 when DQ'ed in the
    >Big 12 meet, and 44.50 in the Regional. I don't see anything strange about
    >thinking he might run faster.


    WE all know what you mean ycn. We all will we
    be disappointed if the 4x400 is won in "only
    3:01" tonight.

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  • OldSprint
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    No, I fully understand. It was just funny how you said it. He is capable of running much faster, as were the other competitors. But he was stronger today.

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