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  • 1991 U.S. Men's 200m List

    Further to Afterburner's pleas for help on the 400m, here's an indirectly related question on the 200m.

    Does anyone know the venues and dates for these performances in 1991 (some of the answers may be in T&FN but my collection from that year is incomplete)...

    20.50 - Jason Rouser (before 14 May)
    20.57 - Kevin Braunskill (before 14 May)
    20.58 - Michael Bates (before 14 May)
    20.69 - Ron Clark (before 18 May)
    20.70 - Ed Lovelace (before 29 May)
    20.70 - Tommy Walker (before 29 May) - maybe this was wind-aided
    20.71 - Michael Bates (before 13 April)

    Thanks in advance for any contributions to complete the data !

  • #2
    The info you seek is not in the pages of T&FN.

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    • #3
      Jason Rouser (Usa) 2)r2 20.50 Fayetteville 11 May 1991,
      Kevin Braunskill (Usa) 1) 20.57 -0.8 Tucson 04 May 1991,
      Michael Bates (Usa) 2) 20.58 -0.8 Tucson 04 May 1991,
      Ron Clarke (Usa) 2)r3 20.69 6.7!!! Walnut 20 April 1991,
      Tommy Walker (Usa) 1)r2 20.70 6.3!!! Walnut 20 April 1991,

      Sorry I don't know about Lovelace and that
      20.71 by Bates before 13 April but I also want to know!

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      • #4
        Bates 20.71 -- Tucson 3/23 (wind -1.4)
        Last edited by gm; 09-12-2017, 04:48 AM.

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        • #5
          Lovelace's best that year was 20.82 on May 4. Later in the month he ran 20.83 (2) at the PAC-10 behind Michael Bates - who ran 20.70 - this may be where the confusion around a 20.70 for Lovelace arose

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          • #6
            Thanks to all for the helpful feedback. A few of the marks (20.69 by Clark, 20.70 by Lovelace and 20.70 by Walker) came from this site...

            byucougars.com/files/outdoor1991.pdf

            This shows the "heat sheets" from the NCAA Champs and the previous best for the season for each entrant. Hence it's slighlty disappointing to see that a couple of these may be incorrect or wind-assisted.

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            • #7
              Afterburner has confirmed that the 20.69 by Ron Clark and 20.70 by Tommy Walker were (very) wind aided from Mt. Sac on 20 Apr 1991.

              This site...

              http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...rdbook2714.pdf

              ...shows a "legal" best of 20.71 by Ronnie Green at Mt. SAC in 1991. I realise there are multiple races at Mt. SAC but I wonder if this really was legal, given the strong wind assistance for other marks that day. Does anyone happen to have the full results for Mt. SAC 200s from 1991 ? (The earliest I can see using Google is 1993 !)

              Thanks in advance

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              • #8
                Ronnie Green (Usa) 3)r3 20.71 6.7! Walnut 20 April 1991.

                Mt. Sac Relays Invitational Walnut California April 20-21 1991.

                Men's Division

                200m

                1. Devlon Dunn (Usa) 20.32w 6.5 Walnut 21 April 1991,
                2. Jeff Williams (Usa) 20.47w 6.5 Walnut 21 April 1991,
                3. Greg Foster (Usa) 20.53w 6.5 Walnut 21 April 1991,
                4. Kevin Little (Usa) 20.69w 6.5 Walnut 21 April 1991,
                5. Raymond Pierre (Usa) 20.92w 6.5 Walnut 21 April 1991,
                6. Lucius Miller (Usa) 20.95w 6.5 Walnut 21 April 1991,
                7. Chris Nelloms (Usa) 20.97w 6.5 Walnut 21 April 1991.

                Men's Open Division

                Round 1

                1. Harlan Davis (Usa) 1)r1 20.55w 5.5 Walnut 20 April 1991.

                Round 2

                1. Tommy Walker (Usa) 1)r2 20.70w 6.3 Walnut 20 April 1991.

                Round 3

                1. Tim Williams (Usa) 1)r3 20.45w 6.7 Walnut 20 April 1991,
                2. Ron Clark (Usa) 2)r3 20.69w 6.7 Walnut 20 April 1991,
                3. Ronnie Green (Usa )2)r3 20.71w 6.7 Walnut 20 April 1991.

                There you have ianb!

                Best regards!

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                • #9
                  Thanks again for the help

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