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  • Collegiate Record for Oregon women's 4x1 (and 4x2!)

    42.34 for Dunmore, Stevens, Cunliffe & Washington at the Florida Relays.
    Last edited by gh; 04-01-2017, 10:48 PM.

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    Finals
    1 Oregon 'A' 42.34R 2
    1) Makenzie Dunmore FR 2) Deajah Stevens JR
    3) Hannah Cunliffe JR 4) Ariana Washington SO
    2 Florida 'A' 42.97 2
    1) Brandee Johnson FR 2) Shayla Sanders SR
    3) Destinee Gause SR 4) Kyra Jefferson SR
    3 Kentucky 'A' 43.13 2
    1) Javianne Oliver SR 2) Jasmine Camacho-Quinn SO
    3) Destiny Carter SR 4) Kianna Gray SO
    4 Alabama 'A' 43.59 2
    1) Quanesha Burks SR 2) Diamond Gause SR
    3) Symone Darius FR 4) Takyera Roberson FR
    5 Miami 'A' 44.05 2
    1) Carolyn Brown SO 2) Kristina Knott JR
    3) Ebony Morrison SR 4) Aiyanna Stiverne SR

    1 Tumbleweed Track Club 'A' 42.57R 1
    1) Tianna Bartoletta SR 2) Dafne Schippers SR
    3) Anyika Onoura SR 4) Desiree Henry SR

    2 Empire Athletics 'A' 43.32 1
    1) Felica Brown SR 2) Christina Manning SR
    3) Barbara Pierre SR 4) Tiffany Townsend SR

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    • #3
      Stevens ripped the back stretch a new one

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      • #4
        Verrry interesting . . .
        Originally posted by gh View Post
        1 Tumbleweed Track Club 42.57R
        1) Tianna Bartoletta 2) Dafne Schippers 3) Anyika Onoura
        4) Desiree Henry

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Atticus View Post
          Verrry interesting . . .
          Schippers has run in the Florida Relays before----or somewhere in Florida!
          I think she once ran a 10.90 100---also some relay legs!
          So nothing new!

          But for UO to beat a team with both Bartoletta & Schippers on it is another notch on their wheel!!

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          • #6
            Oregon's CR is faster than every winning Olympic time up to and including Montreal 1976.

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            • #7
              And only someting like 15 national teams have ever run faster. (number not precise)

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              • #8
                Oregon another CR in the 4x200

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                • #9
                  1:28.78 (avg 22.355 per leg)

                  old record 1:29.42 Texas A&M 4/24/10

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                  • #10
                    1 Tumbleweed Track Club 'A' 1:28.77T 1
                    1) Desiree Henry SR 2) Anyika Onoura SR
                    3) Tianna Bartoletta SR 4) Dafne Schippers SR
                    2 Oregon 'A' 1:28.78T 1
                    1) Makenzie Dunmore FR 2) Hannah Cunliffe JR
                    3) Deajah Stevens JR 4) Ariana Washington SO

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                    • #11
                      The Nos. 3 and 4 performances ever. Here's the top 10:

                      1:27.46 Nike (US) 4/29/00
                      1:28.15 East Germany 8/09/80
                      1:28.77 Tumbleweed TC 4/01/17
                      1:28.78 Oregon 4/01/17
                      1:29.40 USA Red Penn 4/24/04
                      1:29.42 Texas A&M 4/24/10
                      1:29.45 United States 5/25/14
                      1:29.61 Great Britain 5/25/14
                      1:29.64 Nike International 4/25/98
                      1.29.78 LSU 4/26/03

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                      • #12
                        a mere 3:26.07 in the WL

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                        • #13
                          What is it with Oregon and sprinting, especially their women? I usually don't notice which university athletes are from, but this is so obvious. Prandini came from there, now they got Washington, Stevens, Cunliffe. Is it the coach? Do they recruit the most talented girls? Or am i simply missing something and other universities are just as good?

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                          • #14
                            Certainly Coach Curtis Taylor is doing a fine job. His use of a basic toolkit for sprinters with refinement is interesting.

                            And one might add that they must've traveled well on this occasion. Not to mention the pre-departure activities coming from the west coast.
                            Last edited by dpasv; 04-02-2017, 02:14 AM.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by gh View Post
                              1:28.78 (avg 22.355 per leg)

                              old record 1:29.42 Texas A&M 4/24/10
                              Putting that in due perspective: A world record in 1980 -

                              1:28.15 Marlies Göhr, Romy Schneider-Müller, Bärbel Eckert-Wöckel, Marita Koch 9 August 1980

                              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4_%C3%...y#World_record

                              Muller, Wockel and Gohr were 3/4 of the 1980 WR Olympic 4x100 relay gold team (41.60, despite a horrid pass to Wockel on leg 2 which likely lost at least 0.25 or more).....Wockel won the 1980 Olympic 200 in 22.03 (from lane 1), and Koch won the 1980 Olympic 400 gold and was the WR holder at the time (21.71). And Oregon is 0.63 off their pace.

                              PRs for the GDR team : Koch 21.71 Wockel 21.85 Gohr 21.74 Muller not known by me.

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