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  • #16
    Originally posted by dakota
    Originally posted by Texas
    For a junior in high school to tie the world record in the 100 yard dash....whoa!!!!!!!!!! I'll go with McTears 9.0!
    What did the other seven guys run? You haven't even read the thread have you.
    I've read ever post in this thread. Now pay attention!

    The most awe inspiring 100 (yds/meters) is the one that leaves ya....DAMN!!!!!!!!!! I don't care if he was the only one in the race. I guess ya could call this a hijacking, which is soooooo uncommon on a messageboard....hahaha!!!!!!!!!!

    Dude you're starting to become a little pest. Get a hobby or a girlfriend or something....ok?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Texas
      I guess ya could call this a hijacking, which is soooooo uncommon on a messageboard....hahaha!!!!!!!!!!
      Let's call it a failed hijacking. Bye . . .

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      • #18
        Re: The best 100's

        Originally posted by rhymans
        For a stats nut there never has been a site as good as Mirko Jalava's (I look upon the TF News site as something more] - Looking at the best 100's Mirko has compiled the 10 best races - taking an average time for the top-8 these are:

        1. 9.967 Tokyo WCh '91
        2. 10.003 Lausanne '96
        3. 10.009 Stuttgart WCh '93
        4. 10.025 Lausanne '99
        5. 10.039 Indianapolis NC '97
        10.039 Lausanne '97
        7. 10.044 Stockholm '99
        8. 10.047 Lausanne '94
        9. 10.058 Atlanta OT '96
        10. 10.064 New York NC '91

        Dennis Mitchell ran in 8 of the above races (Fredericks 5, Burrell and Drummond 4

        Probaly fastest of all would have been the 2000 OT (10.119) but run into a 1.7 wind

        The moral of this is - if you can't get into a WC or US championship race - run in Lausanne

        The average finish in the the 2004 Athens Olympic final was 9.93.

        Of course Abdul-Aziz Zakari was up to his usual tricks. He would only have needed to have finished the race in 10.22 in order to supplant Tokyo '91.

        I think this race outclasses those others listed above.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by bad hammy
          Originally posted by Texas
          I guess ya could call this a hijacking, which is soooooo uncommon on a messageboard....hahaha!!!!!!!!!!
          Let's call it a failed hijacking. Bye . . .
          Well then I guess it has to be.....

          1.Lindy Remigino...10.4
          2.Herb McKenley...10.4
          3.E.Mcdonald Bailey...10.4
          4.Dean Smith...10.4
          5.Vladimer Sukharyev...10.5
          6.John Treloar....10.5

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          • #20
            Paris 2003 was another blanket finish.

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