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  • NotDutra5
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    Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
    I thought she might have stepped on the line half a dozen times in the first turn. Absolutely stupid running, there is no reason that she should be red-lining the curve and she did it the whole race (and went outside her lane after the first turn as well, I think). I was going to comment on her very likely up for DQ but was too busy with the meet and the Wisconsin BB game (and dinner).
    She was so all over her lane during the entire lap that, if she were driving a car in that fashion, she'd have been pulled over and given a breathalyzer.

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  • Guest
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    Originally posted by DCSIGMA View Post
    Stevens has been DQed
    Originally posted by 1runner1 View Post
    she will run faster than 21.98
    She has likely learned her lesson once and for all and will not repeat this at a much more crucial moment , like Gwen Torrence Gothenburg '95. If she's never seen video of that race, I hope her coach sits her down and has her watch it. Probably the greatest half lap ever run by a woman, given the wind.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhE0kzBC1Lw

    Faster than 21.98? Maybe next year.
    Last edited by ; 03-11-2017, 11:54 AM.

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  • jazzcyclist
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    The SEC grabbed 7 of the 8 spots in the men's 400 final.

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  • 26mi235
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    Given that she was running on the line repeatedly across two curves, she would have to run about 40cms further out to avoid any chance of running 'short'. Thus, 40cm x 2pi implies that she raced 197.5m, which would have taken almost 0.3 more to run, so think of this as more than 22.5 for a performance level.

    I did not get a clear view of the baton being dropped by Indiana on the wDMR; it is a shame because I really wanted to see Receveur race to the finish against the other gals.

    Schweizer was really impressive. She must have had confidence because she had run the same two (Finn and Rohrer) down at the end of the NCAA XC race. And note of the three are seniors (the two seniors where 8th and 10th, the latter (Pratt) was a neighbor who ran over 10:40 for 3200 in high school).

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  • aaronk
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    Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler View Post
    22.28 a new Collegiate Record (for the 199)

    DMR spits, Jessica Harris, Notre Dame, 4:27 (after a 4:40 mile dnq)
    Just saw that split---but I have a bit of doubt!
    The 800 girl ran 2:15---while everyone else was way under 2:10---many at 2:05 or faster!
    Was she that slow, and Harris that fast---OR---were the split times for ND messed up somehow??

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  • Bruce Kritzler
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    22.28 a new Collegiate Record (for the 199)

    DMR spits, Jessica Harris, Notre Dame, 4:27 (after a 4:40 mile dnq)
    Last edited by Bruce Kritzler; 03-11-2017, 03:05 AM.

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  • 26mi235
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    Originally posted by ATK View Post
    Slowmo Replay on ESPN showed her clearly stepping on the inside line on the 1st curve and not the 2nd.
    I thought she might have stepped on the line half a dozen times in the first turn. Absolutely stupid running, there is no reason that she should be red-lining the curve and she did it the whole race (and went outside her lane after the first turn as well, I think). I was going to comment on her very likely up for DQ but was too busy with the meet and the Wisconsin BB game (and dinner).

    It would be interesting to see what Oregon might do to the 4x200 record.

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  • 1runner1
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    Originally posted by trackCanuck View Post
    About 21.98.

    Being able to train with someone as talented as Cunliffe can only be a very good thing.
    she will run faster than 21.98

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  • Cannon
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    What happened to Colby Gilbert in the 5000m? 14:20.58 and 15th.

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  • ATK
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    Slowmo Replay on ESPN showed her clearly stepping on the inside line on the 1st curve and not the 2nd.

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  • ATK
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    Originally posted by guru View Post
    Easy come, easy go. DQ'd apparently
    Welp...Probably for stepping on the line on the 2nd bend, which I slightly suspected. In an interview I just saw, she even noted she was running on the other lane on the curve...

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  • DCSIGMA
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    Stevens has been DQed

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  • CoachPartridge
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    Is it just me or is that guy's name just in times ? That's a little ironic that he races the clock.

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  • guru
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    Originally posted by ATK View Post
    WHAT?!! 22.28 from Deajah Stevens??
    Easy come, easy go. DQ'd apparently

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  • ATK
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    Originally posted by trackCanuck View Post
    About 21.98.

    Being able to train with someone as talented as Cunliffe can only be a very good thing.
    I agree, but I want to see it first. Bianca Knight ran faster than SRR, Kimberlyn Duncan, VCB and Kerron Stewart indoors, yet all are significantly faster than her outdoors. And sub 22 is no joke.

    Granted, Stevens is already an Olympic finalist with a 22.25 PB. And I actually think she can go 21.8x

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