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  • Tuariki
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    Originally posted by spammer View Post
    Here is the paper it appeared it:
    http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/lahore/2015-04-04/page-16

    I don't know, I'm skeptical too, I'm trying to find the wind reading but can't find anything. But he definitely ran around 10 flat, there are quite a few sources
    I wouldn't believe anything that comes out of that particular country. And I sure as hell do not believe that we have a sub 10 - Pakistani sprinter unless it was downhill and with one of those Himalayan gales bowing behind him.
    10.90 at London 2012 and 21.90 at Moscow 2013.

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  • benjastar123
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    I forgot to put Asafa in the list above ....My bad ....He will also be something to watch ...hope he stays healthy

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  • Gatchamania
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    The fact that an Asian sprinter has possibly gone sub-10 was big enough to get me out of lurking and register, lol.

    Seriously, Ali's sub-10 (if true) is historic.

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  • Grasshopper
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    100 yards, maybe?

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  • spammer
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    Originally posted by gh View Post
    age 31 with a PR of 10.53….
    Here is the paper it appeared it:
    http://nation.com.pk/E-Paper/lahore/2015-04-04/page-16

    I don't know, I'm skeptical too, I'm trying to find the wind reading but can't find anything. But he definitely ran around 10 flat, there are quite a few sources

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  • gh
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    age 31 with a PR of 10.53….

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  • The Flying Pigdog
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    I really question whether Blake will make an impact this season...or ever. Hope I'm wrong.

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  • spammer
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    probably not worth it's own thread, but it looks like from this article that Liaquat Ali (9.99) become the first person from the Indian Subcontinent/China to run 100m under 10 seconds.
    http://nation.com.pk/sports/04-Apr-2...-10sec-barrier

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  • benjastar123
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    But he has never been fast over 200m ...He is more of an 100m specialist ....I think compared Bailey to that olympic year ...He looks alot better ....

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  • Speedster
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    Ryan Bailey ran 20.8 over the weekend, Bolt 20.2 and Gatlin 20.1, that's a big gulf to fill, even if we are just talking about the 100m.

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  • AFelixFan
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    It'd be great to have Powell claim gold after so many disappointing performances where it counts. I wouldn't bet in favour of him, though.

    As it stands, the top three will probably be:

    1. Bolt (by the skin of his teeth)
    2. Gatlin
    3. Carter

    Bailey-Cole's start is too inconsistent for me to have him down as a medal contender, and Blake is still recovering from injury so I have no idea as to where his fitness level is for me to say he's in 9.8 form (which is what will probably be required to make the podium).

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  • scottmitchell74
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    Hmm... the Powell time might be right, but he'd be looking at some folks ahead of him anyhow. Can't see Powell winning a race with that many big names in it.

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  • tamabi
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    I would have mentioned Vicaud too, but he seems to get injured every time he comes back, lately, so I'm despairing a bit. Fingers crossed for him though!

    The times proposed here are insane. Way too many 9.7x and 9.8x... The odds of it being that fast a race are not actually that great. But if it is that fast, I don't think Kiryu or Dasaolu or Vicaut would stand a chance. If it's a bit slower (and it's likely to...) then...

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  • ChitoAZX
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    Bolt: 9.75
    Gatlin: 9:77
    Blake: 9:81

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  • 26mi235
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    Originally posted by eightsevensix View Post
    I wouldn't discount a fit Dasaolu or Vicaut for the bronze. Richard Thompson I'm not sure. After a good season last year he didn't make the commonwealth final which KBC went on to win (with Gemili beating Ashmeade).
    Don't discount the Japanese runner Kiryu (as noted in the parallel Bolt vs Gatlin thread).

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