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  • #46
    Originally posted by damiansport2 View Post
    doesnt look like Clement has enough to even medal
    Have you watched this sport before?

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    • #47
      That second semi was crazy and slow
      Only Holmes and Hussein make it

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      • #48
        Second semi was an adventure. Looked like Holmes might have bumped in the lane next to him.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by damiansport2 View Post
          doesnt look like Clement has enough to even medal
          you should wait until the end of the race to comment.

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          • #50
            T&FN form chart and PRs; ADVANCERS to FINAL

            1. Kerron Clement (USA) 47.24 (’05)
            3. Karsten Warholm (Norway) 48.25 (’17)
            5. Yasmani Copello (Turkey) 47.92 (’16)
            9. Kemar Mowatt (Jamaica) 48.49 (’17)

            DID NOT ADVANCE to SEMIS:
            2. Kyron McMaster (British VI) 47.80 (’17)--DQ
            6. Michael Stigler (USA) 48.26 (’17)--DQ
            7. Rasmus Mägi (Estonia) 48.40 (’16)--DNS
            DID NOT ADVANCE to FINAL:
            4. Eric Futch (USA) 48.18 (’17)
            8. Mamadou Kasse Hann (Fra) 48.40 (’17)
            10. Haron Koech (Kenya) 48.49 (’16)

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            • #51
              Eric futched that up..

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              • #52
                Both second and third semis were slow so both time quals from semi 1

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                • #53
                  Juander Santos, who made the final, is the younger brother of Luguelin, 2013 WC medalist.
                  Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by dj View Post
                    T&FN form chart and PRs; ADVANCERS to FINAL

                    1. Kerron Clement (USA) 47.24 (’05)
                    3. Karsten Warholm (Norway) 48.25 (’17)
                    5. Yasmani Copello (Turkey) 47.92 (’16)
                    9. Kemar Mowatt (Jamaica) 48.49 (’17)

                    DID NOT ADVANCE to SEMIS:
                    2. Kyron McMaster (British VI) 47.80 (’17)--DQ
                    6. Michael Stigler (USA) 48.26 (’17)--DQ
                    7. Rasmus Mägi (Estonia) 48.40 (’16)--DNS
                    DID NOT ADVANCE to FINAL:
                    4. Eric Futch (USA) 48.18 (’17)
                    8. Mamadou Kasse Hann (Fra) 48.40 (’17)
                    10. Haron Koech (Kenya) 48.49 (’16)
                    I think it may be between the top 3 survivors on the chart. Copello looks the smoothest but Clement and Warholm have great (sub 45) flat speed.

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                    • #55
                      No one in the semi's looked great. I wonder if Ashton Eaton is thinking, "I wish I had stuck around and run 400H this year"?

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                      • #56
                        If clement executes his race he should win this one. Warholm probably will be his biggest competition.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by DecFan View Post
                          No one in the semi's looked great. I wonder if Ashton Eaton is thinking, "I wish I had stuck around and run 400H this year"?
                          !!

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by tm71 View Post
                            Clement almost put his coaches in the hospital.
                            I love it, LOL. That was amazing and he acted like it was no big deal.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by tm71 View Post
                              Clement almost put his coaches in the hospital. He said he knows he is the fastest flat runner in the field so not too worried lol!
                              Im worried, I fear he is spent. I hope Im wrong but I have a rule about round running and he just violated it.


                              Originally posted by user4 View Post
                              Futch is way underrated here ! ... As for Clement , i think father time is going to jump on his back at 300m .
                              That's just dumb !
                              Last edited by user4; 08-08-2017, 04:44 PM.

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                              • #60
                                This is probably going to be my most underwhelming finals of the Championships. Excluding any race won by Mo Farah.

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