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  • ¶2018 wNCAA—100H: Jasmine Camacho-Quinn' (Kentucky) 12.70

    T&FN form chart

    1. Jasmine Camacho-Quinn’ (Kentucky) Jr
    2. Devynne Charlton’ (Purdue) Sr
    3. Pedrya Seymour’ (Texas) Sr
    4. Dior Hall (USC) Jr
    5. Alaysha Johnson (Oregon) Jr
    6. Chanel Brissett (USC) Fr
    7. Janeek Brown’ (Arkansas) Fr
    8. Anna Cockrell (USC) So
    9. Alexis Duncan (Tennessee) So
    10. Rushelle Burton’ (Texas) Fr

    (extended Caribbean that is)
    Last edited by dj; 06-09-2018, 11:15 PM.

  • #2
    Cortney Jones (FlSt) up to #4 on the US A-T Jr list with her 12.86

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    • #3
      9 point drop for USC as none of their hurdlers advance

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      • #4
        T&FN form chart after semis:

        1. Jasmine Camacho-Quinn’ (Kentucky) Jr
        2. Devynne Charlton’ (Purdue) Sr
        3. Pedrya Seymour’ (Texas) Sr
        5. Alaysha Johnson (Oregon) Jr
        7. Janeek Brown’ (Arkansas) Fr
        10. Rushelle Burton’ (Texas) Fr

        Did not advance to final:
        4. Dior Hall (USC) Jr
        6. Chanel Brissett (USC) Fr
        8. Anna Cockrell (USC) So
        9. Alexis Duncan (Tennessee) So

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        • #5
          Originally posted by gm View Post
          9 point drop for USC as none of their hurdlers advance
          didn't do well in 100m either

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          • #6
            Originally posted by thedoorknobbroke View Post
            didn't do well in 100m either
            They have 2 in the Finals. That’s doing pretty well considering the competition....

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            • #7
              I found it more than a little amusing that it was the Oregon kid(Alaysha Johnson) that couldn't tell the difference between the startlines for the 1500 and 100 hurdles after the ill-advised shift of the straight sprints to the backstretch, leading to TWO start delays in the pouring rain. Even Camacho-Quinn couldn't help throwing a little shade Johnson's way in her post-win interview lol
              There are no strings on me

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              • #8
                I would be pissed too.

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                • #9
                  I think this race along with the 100m that followed were more affected by the weather than any other races in the meet, and these two races had real CR potential. Besides the obvious, I wonder how much weight the athletes gained as their clothes got soaked while standing in the rain, and how much heavier were their shoes when the gun fired.

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