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  • IAAF and Women's 4x100 in Paris 2003

    Just realized that IAAF has the US Team as DQ - 41.83 (Angela Williams; Chryste Gaines; Inger Miller; Torri Edwards) (see link below)

    Can somebody confirm this?

    http://www.iaaf.org/history/wch/seas...etW_4X1_hash_f

  • #2
    That looks like the official IAAF result page. What more confirmation are you looking for?

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    • #3
      Well, it could also be a mistake :-( .
      That's new to me that this relay team would be dqed (since the heat results are annulled as well, I would presume a doping dq - but I am not aware of any doping cases at this time for any of the squad members)

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      • #4
        Gaines was a Modafinil positive at the '03 USATF Championships

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        • #5
          Originally posted by gh
          Gaines was a Modafinil positive at the '03 USATF Championships
          and doped to the eyeballs with everyhting else !!!
          i deserve extra credit

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          • #6
            IAAF has now corrected the results, US Team is NOT Dqed...

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            • #7
              IAAF revision

              If IAAF can correct its content, there's hope for steepler Lennie Waite -- born in Scotland, later naturalized in USA for dual GBR/USA citizenship, but persistently identified in IAAF best marks listing as Canadian:

              9:50.48 Lennie Waite CAN 04/05/1986 3h2 Fayetteville, AR 10/06/2009

              She placed second today in GBR trials for 2009 World Championship team.

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              • #8
                Re: IAAF revision

                Originally posted by James Fields
                If IAAF can correct its content, there's hope for steepler Lennie Waite -- born in Scotland, later naturalized in USA for dual GBR/USA citizenship, but persistently identified in IAAF best marks listing as Canadian:

                9:50.48 Lennie Waite CAN 04/05/1986 3h2 Fayetteville, AR 10/06/2009

                She placed second today in GBR trials for 2009 World Championship team.
                Nah, I tried telling them that and they insisted they were correct. Said there would have to be passports, etc., presented to change that. I just laughed, and so did Lennie.

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