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  • •2015 mNCAA 200: Andre De Grasse (USC) 19.58w

    T&FN formchart

    1. Dedrick Dukes (Florida) Sr
    2. Andre DeGrasse' (USC) Jr
    3. Trayvon Bromell (Baylor) So
    4. Tevin Hester (Clemson) Jr
    5. Shavez Hart' (Texas A&M) Sr
    6. Kendal Williams (Florida State) Fr
    7. Aaron Ernest (LSU) Sr
    8. Brendon Rodney' (LIU Brooklyn) Sr
    9. Tremayne Acy (LSU) So
    10. Beejay Lee (USC) Sr
    Last edited by gh; 06-13-2015, 04:49 PM.

  • #2
    3 Heats. Advance top 2 from each heat plus next best 2 to final

    Start list: Men 200 Meter Dash
    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    1 1 650 Ricco Hall JR NEB
    1 2 930 Sam Watts JR TCU
    1 3 1022 Bryce Robinson JR TULS
    1 4 1078 Andre De Grasse JR USC
    1 5 519 Aaron Ernest SR LSU
    1 6 483 Brendon Rodney JR LIU
    1 7 730 Timothy Faust SR OHST
    1 8 937 Christian Coleman FR TENN

    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    2 1 441 Terrell Smith FR KSST
    2 2 696 Brandon Carnes SO UNI
    2 3 783 Arthur Delaney SR UO
    2 4 271 Dedric Dukes SR UFL
    2 5 981 Shavez Hart SR TAMU
    2 6 514 Tremayne Acy SO LSU
    2 7 118 Kahlil Henderson SO AUB
    2 8 35 Ahmed Ali JR BAMA

    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    3 1 959 Senoj-Jay Givans SO TEX
    3 2 181 Carl Horsley SR CSUN
    3 3 1081 Beejay Lee SR USC
    3 4 130 Trayvon Bromell SO BAY
    3 5 212 Tevin Hester JR CLEM
    3 6 305 Kendal Williams FR FSU
    3 7 123 Teray Smith SO AUB
    3 8 677 Ceo Ways SO UNC


    Men 200 Meter Dash Start List | Updated: Wed Jun 10 14:54:41

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    • #3
      If Bolt were dropped into the final, it would be very interesting. (More interesting than the field Bolt will face on Saturday in NY.)

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      • #4
        WOW!! Bromell just jogged the curve and then decided to run and ran 20.03!! And he shut it down the last 10-15m's. No one is going to touch him. He is going to do something incredible in 2 days.

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        • #5
          I think Mr. Bromell will take both sprints. He looks great.

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          • #6
            According to the all-time NCAA lists posted to the front page, going into today the fastest non-qualifier ever was 20.45 (and 20.35w). These didn't qualify today:
            20.31
            20.32
            20.34
            20.38
            20.40

            I'm also going to proclaim the NCAA men's sprint finals as the best sprint races of the week. Yeah, I'm looking at you, Oslo and NYC.

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            • #7
              composite


              Place Name Affiliation Time Heat (Pl)
              1 Trayvon Bromell SO Baylor 20.03 (20.023) Q +2.0 3 (1)
              2 Dedric Dukes SR Florida 20.03 (20.028) Q +1.8 2 (1)
              3 Andre De Grasse JR USC 20.09 Q +1.7 1 (1)
              4 Tevin Hester JR Clemson 20.14 Q +2.0 3 (2)
              5 Tremayne Acy SO LSU 20.17 Q +1.8 2 (2)
              6 Kahlil Henderson SO Auburn 20.29 q +1.8 2 (3)
              7 Kendal Williams FR Florida State 20.30 q +2.0 3 (3)
              8 Beejay Lee SR USC 20.31 +2.0 3 (4)
              9 Shavez Hart SR Texas A&M 20.32 +1.8 2 (4)
              10 Teray Smith SO Auburn 20.34 +2.0 3 (5)
              11 Aaron Ernest SR LSU 20.35 Q +1.7 1 (2)
              12 Bryce Robinson JR Tulsa 20.38 +1.7 1 (3)
              13 Brendon Rodney JR LIU Brooklyn 20.40 +1.7 1 (4)
              14 Senoj-Jay Givans SO Texas 20.47 +2.0 3 (6)
              15 Christian Coleman FR Tennessee 20.61 +1.7 1 (5)
              16 Arthur Delaney SR Oregon 20.72 +1.8 2 (5)
              17 Sam Watts JR TCU 20.74 +1.7 1 (6)
              18 Timothy Faust SR Ohio State 20.81 +1.7 1 (7)
              19 Carl Horsley SR Cal St. Northridge 20.85 +2.0 3 (7)
              20 Ahmed Ali JR Alabama 20.87 +1.8 2 (6)
              21 Terrell Smith FR Kansas State 20.88 +1.8 2 (7)
              22 Brandon Carnes SO Northern Iowa 20.93 +1.8 2 (8)
              23 Ricco Hall JR Nebraska 21.07 +1.7 1 (8)
              24 Ceo Ways SO North Carolina 21.33 +2.0 3 (8)

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              • #8
                left on the chart

                1. Dedrick Dukes (Florida) Sr
                2. Andre DeGrasse' (USC) Jr
                3. Trayvon Bromell (Baylor) So
                4. Tevin Hester (Clemson) Jr
                6. Kendal Williams (Florida State) Fr
                9. Tremayne Acy (LSU) So
                10. Beejay Lee (USC) Sr

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by AyZiggy View Post
                  According to the all-time NCAA lists posted to the front page, going into today the fastest non-qualifier ever was 20.45 (and 20.35w). These didn't qualify today:
                  20.31
                  20.32
                  20.34
                  20.38
                  20.40

                  I'm also going to proclaim the NCAA men's sprint finals as the best sprint races of the week. Yeah, I'm looking at you, Oslo and NYC.
                  Let's not forget that most collegiate athletes peak for this meet but most pros aren't going to peak for another two months

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by tm71 View Post
                    Let's not forget that most collegiate athletes peak for this meet but most pros aren't going to peak for another two months
                    And let's not also forget that no pros are forced to race within the tight schedules imposed by the new "fan friendly" scheduling.

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                    • #11
                      No doubt about it, the rarest of sprint talents, I have not seen a 20 year old sprinter like him in ages.

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                      • #12
                        Will get run down by Dedric Dukes in the last 50m

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by kellits2gnv View Post
                          Will get run down by Dedric Dukes in the last 50m
                          Based on the prelims and this yr, doesnt look like anybody is beating Bromell tomorrow. He pretty much jogged the turn, came off the curve in 5th and ran everyone down before shutting it down w/a PR :shock: Has shown a new level of strength this yr in the 200m. Wont be like last yr. That 19.87CR is in danger IMO.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by _Jay View Post
                            ... Bromell .... That 19.87CR is in danger IMO.
                            That seems more than reasonable.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by user4 View Post
                              That seems more than reasonable.
                              So if he runs 19.7, do we get to move on from all that Gatlin vs Bolt crap??
                              LOL

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