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  • •2015 USATF w200: Jenna Prandini 22.20

    1. Tori Bowie (adidas) 2
    2. Kimberlyn Duncan (Nike) 4
    3. Dezerea Bryant (Kentucky) nr
    4. Jeneba Tarmoh (Nike) 5
    5. Jenna Prandini (Oregon) 8
    6. Shalonda Solomon (adidas) 6
    7. Tiffany Townsend (adidas) (4)
    8. Candyce McGrone (unattached) nr
    9. Charonda Williams (adidas) (5)
    10. Kamaria Brown (Texas A&M) 7
    Last edited by gh; 06-28-2015, 08:23 PM.

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    Top 2 + next 6 fastest to semis

    Start list: Women 200 Meter Dash SR
    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    1 2 0 J'Nea Bellamy U C F
    1 3 0 Mikele Barber Unattached
    1 4 0 English Gardner NIKE
    1 5 0 Jenna Prandini Oregon
    1 6 0 Stacey-Ann Smith Unattached
    1 7 0 Candyce McGrone NIKE
    1 8 0 A'Keyla Mitchell Kansas St.

    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    2 3 0 Cierra White Texas Tech
    2 4 0 Tori Bowie adidas
    2 5 0 Jeneba Tarmoh NIKE
    2 6 0 Shannon Ray Ole Miss
    2 7 0 Muna Lee Unattached
    2 8 0 Dominique Booker Kentucky

    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    3 3 0 Keilah Tyson Kentucky
    3 4 0 Carmelita Jeter NIKE
    3 5 0 Kimberlyn Duncan NIKE
    3 6 0 Quanera Hayes Unattached
    3 7 0 Kaylin Whitney NIKE
    3 8 0 Kyra Jefferson Florida

    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    4 3 0 Marie Veale CS Northridge
    4 4 0 Morolake Akinosun Texas
    4 5 0 Kamaria Brown Texas A&M
    4 6 0 Charonda Williams adidas
    4 7 0 Brittany Brown Iowa
    4 8 0 Alexis Faulknor U S C

    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    5 2 0 Alexis Browner Wayland Bapt
    5 3 0 Tiffany Townsend adidas
    5 4 0 Lekeisha Lawson adidas
    5 5 0 Shalonda Solomon adidas
    5 6 0 Dezerea Bryant Kentucky
    5 7 0 Porscha Lucas Unattached
    5 8 0 Katie Wise Indiana St.


    Women 200 Meter Dash SR Start List | Updated: Sat Jun 27 06:32:05

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    • #3
      Why wouldn't Bowie run? She has an excellent chance of making both both sprint finals in Bejing.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by zues2014 View Post
        Why wouldn't Bowie run? She has an excellent chance of making both both sprint finals in Bejing.
        And this may well be her better race.

        Will Gardner run is the better question?

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        • #5
          I doubt Gardner will run. Just like the men's event will be more wide open without Gay and Bromell.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by zues2014 View Post
            Why wouldn't Bowie run? She has an excellent chance of making both both sprint finals in Bejing.
            read story on front page; as of last night she was still debating

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            • #7
              Gardner was a DNS.
              Too bad.
              Would love to see her run a 21.8!!

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              • #8
                Bowie skips the 200m.

                Prandini and Tarmoh win their heats relatively easily. But Great to see Muna Lee here, she makes it to the semi behind Tarmoh in her fastest time since 2009.

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                • #9
                  Place Name Affiliation Time Heat (Pl)
                  1 Jenna Prandini Oregon 22.18 Q +2.8 1 (1)
                  2 Candyce McGrone NIKE 22.38 Q +2.8 1 (2)
                  3 Kyra Jefferson Florida 22.53 (22.522) Q +0.6 3 (1)
                  4 Dezerea Bryant Kentucky 22.53 (22.527) Q +0.7 5 (1)
                  5 Jeneba Tarmoh NIKE 22.55 Q +0.9 2 (1)
                  6 Charonda Williams adidas 22.63 (22.629) Q +0.5 4 (1)
                  7 Kamaria Brown Texas A&M 22.63 (22.630) Q +0.5 4 (2)
                  8 Kaylin Whitney NIKE 22.75 Q +0.6 3 (2)
                  9 Shalonda Solomon adidas 22.76 Q +0.7 5 (2)
                  10 Muna Lee Unattached 22.83 Q +0.9 2 (2)
                  11 A'Keyla Mitchell Kansas St. 22.84 q +2.8 1 (3)
                  12 Kimberlyn Duncan NIKE 22.87 q +0.6 3 (3)
                  13 Porscha Lucas Unattached 22.89 q +0.7 5 (3)
                  14 Cierra White Texas Tech 22.90 q +0.9 2 (3)
                  15 Alexis Faulknor U S C 22.97 q +0.5 4 (3)
                  16 Tiffany Townsend adidas 23.01 q +0.7 5 (4)
                  17 Lekeisha Lawson adidas 23.03 +0.7 5 (5)
                  18 Mikele Barber Unattached 23.08 +2.8 1 (4)
                  19 Stacey-Ann Smith Unattached 23.33 +2.8 1 (5)
                  20 Marie Veale CS Northridge 23.38 +0.5 4 (4)
                  21 J'Nea Bellamy U C F 23.42 +2.8 1 (6)
                  22 Dominique Booker Kentucky 23.43 +0.9 2 (4)
                  23 Keilah Tyson Kentucky 23.56 +0.6 3 (4)
                  24 Shannon Ray Ole Miss 23.59 +0.9 2 (5)
                  25 Katie Wise Indiana St. 23.61 +0.7 5 (6)
                  English Gardner NIKE DNS 1
                  Tori Bowie adidas DNS 2
                  Carmelita Jeter NIKE DNS 3
                  Quanera Hayes Unattached DNS 3
                  Morolake Akinosun Texas DNS 4
                  Brittany Brown Iowa DNS 4
                  Alexis Browner Wayland Bapt DNS 5


                  Women 200 Meter Dash SR | Updated: Sat Jun 27 13:07:29 | Set auto-refresh: Off

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                  • #10
                    I don't blame Bowie or the other ladies...concentrate on the 100 and the 4x100...
                    ...that 200 is Felix' to lose.

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                    • #11
                      She had a better shot at the 200 then at the 100 imo...

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                      • #12
                        I agree with posters in the w400 that the WC 400 seems a lot easier for Felix to win than the 200, although she would a solid favourite in both

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                        • #13
                          Strange decision for Bowie not to run the 200m. She looked so good in NY into a headwind no less. Was it mentioned why she isn't running the 200m ?
                          Apparently Ignorance is bliss

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                          • #14
                            Bowie let me down,man.,she is,perfectly healthy and just gave up. This was,the perfect opportunity to get a sub 22. When u r young n have the ability to double do it. Is she waiting for an,olympic year,to learn to do it. Imo if felix doesnt run the 200 bowie,woukd have been,my next bet over miller tarmoh and safp. Her curve running is,beastly and she can finiwh. Her start is suspect and we,know what safp is goingto do to her,if she,is slow,out the,blocks. This is,now tarmohs race to lose if she doesnt win she is a choker.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by fasttrak85 View Post
                              Bowie let me down,man.,she is,perfectly healthy and just gave up. This was,the perfect opportunity to get a sub 22. When u r young n have the ability to double do it. Is she waiting for an,olympic year,to learn to do it. Imo if felix doesnt run the 200 bowie,woukd have been,my next bet over miller tarmoh and safp. Her curve running is,beastly and she can finiwh. Her start is suspect and we,know what safp is goingto do to her,if she,is slow,out the,blocks. This is,now tarmohs race to lose if she doesnt win she is a choker.
                              Agree that Bowie's start wouldn't have been as key in the 200 as it will be in the 100. Plus in the 100 she has to face SAFP, Gardner and ahoure. In the 200 if Felix decided not to run then Bowie would have been the favorite.
                              Last edited by tm71; 06-28-2015, 03:31 AM.

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