|jogger to be|
It takes too long and is too complex to spell it out. You have to view the source code of the webpage and find the source link to the feed. Universal isnt filming this, they just rebroadcast the feed.
CHOGE Augustine Kiprono
KIPSIRO Moses Ndiema
KOECH Isaiah Kiplangat
LONGOSIWA Thomas Pkemei
SOI Edwin Cheruiyot
ARIKAN Polat Kemboi
ROTICH Lucas Kimeli
C'KURUI James Kwalia
who here really thinks rudisha is clean .
this kenyan that finishs second adds to fuel.
and conventiently born on 1st of 1st 1990 .
the kenyans or sorry their agents are starting to share.
just like that younger ethiopian also.
simply cannot stand track and field anymore
got gatlin who is coming along nicely running
.1 or who knows what later in year , faster than last year .
and year before that was what 10.09.
Sptintgeezer and I have talked in the past that this was coming. Allyson worked a LOT on her start in the winter and had a .25 second PR in the 60--actually one of the fastest times in the world in the 60 even though she only ran in one race.
She WILL go for 4 medals, but the question is which ones? This result makes a 100/200 double more likely than the 200/400 which totally wiped her out last year. And the 400/200 schedule in London is even more difficult than Deagu.
If Allyson gets a lead on VCB at 40, CAN Jeter run her down?[/quote]
No 100/200 for Allyson, as far back as H.S., I have never seem her ran a race where the goal was not to win. Jeter and VCB are over 2 10th faster. This is not Allyson's first 10.9x this results show her speed is where it needs to be for the 200m, but in the 100m, it will take something in the low 10.8xs to win. What Allyson is doing right now is getting in a creditable 100m performance, which she needs to insure she is on the 4x4.
|edgar allan coe|
Cool poem bro
Here's the thing about Felix:
Not only can her first 50 obviously improve, I think that she can find another .05 in the last 50.
She is a very fast runner. If she gets sprint form even approximating Jeter's, she will win the 100m gold this year.
If Felix is ahead of VCB at 40, there is NO WAY that Jeter will run her down. Jeter has been run down herself by VCB, if not to the point of being caught, then almost, in the second half of the 100m. What Jeter showed in her last 100m, where she held on for the win, was not brilliance, it was discipline and control.
Totally useless in the face of someone like Felix. Jeter needs to show something special to beat Felix this year.
What I DO know is that the prospect for a 4x100m relay WR just got a lot better tonight!
Allyson Felix - Svelte, Smooth, and Golden.