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  • 200m PBs for 400m runners from the 80s

    I wish I could bring my ATFS & TAC annuals everywhere with me...
    Please could someone look into the books and help me with 200m PBs for these runners (approx. year of best perf to facilitate research)
    Derek Mills USA (1995)
    David Kitur KEN (1987)
    Clarence Daniel USA (1988)
    Jeff Reynolds USA (1988)
    Gerson A de Souza BRA (1988)
    Mike Solomon TTO (1980)

    Thank you

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    Derek Mills - 21.53 - Atlanta - 1 June 2002
    David Kitur - 20.6h - Nairobi - 5 July 1985
    Clarence Daniel - 20.67 - Zaragoza - 19 May 1987
    Jeff Reynolds - 20.1h - Ames - 14 May 1988
    Gerson A de Souza - ?
    Mike Solomon - ?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ianb View Post
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      David Kitur - 20.6h - Nairobi - 5 July 1985
      And he wasnt even the best 200/400m man in his immediate family !

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ianb View Post
        Clarence Daniel - 20.67 - Zaragoza - 19 May 1987
        Zaragoza, 19 May 1987: 1) Clarence Daniel 21.67 2) Mel Lattany 21.76 3) Ronald Desruelles 22.06 4) Emmit King 22.14.

        Source: Leichtathletik, TN.

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        • #5
          Mills ran 20.97 in 1992, and 21.10i in 1993 while at Georgia Tech

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          • #6
            The 20.67 for Clarence Daniel came from all-athletics.com - looks like they had a typo.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by BusterZanga View Post
              Zaragoza, 19 May 1987: .... 4) Emmit King 22.14.

              Source: Leichtathletik, TN.
              Wow, talk about a blast from the past, Emmit King, one of the most talented 60m men i ever saw.

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              • #8
                Thank you all

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ianb View Post
                  Jeff Reynolds - 20.1h - Ames - 14 May 1988
                  That's wind-aided.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by BusterZanga View Post
                    Zaragoza, 19 May 1987: 1) Clarence Daniel 21.67 2) Mel Lattany 21.76 3) Ronald Desruelles 22.06 4) Emmit King 22.14.

                    Source: Leichtathletik, TN.
                    I'd expect Clarence Daniel to have run at least faster that the 21.4 he did during his 44.75 in 1988!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Pierre-Jean View Post
                      Thank you all
                      Is there any way to get a copy of your article on speed reserve in the 400m?

                      It was a recommended article in my USTFCCCA sprints/hurdles/relays coaching education course this summer yet I cannot find it online. Thanks.

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                      • #12
                        Drop me an email

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Pierre-Jean View Post
                          Drop me an email
                          I just sent you a personal message on this site with my email address as I did not have yours. Thank you.

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