Are you really not smart enough to figure it out by yourself?
How does that make him the best college sprinter ever if he did it with an illegal wind?
~ 9.85-9.90 and ~19.65-19.75 or so, probably. Very fast.
That was really extremely impressive. I generally look forward to middle distance races, but this year I was pumped to see if Bromell would run the NCAA record, then that happened. WOW. I would like to see wind conversions on those runs.
You have obviously never run Hayward. The Bowerman building shields the front straight, and the stands protect from side winds.
Bad Wigins wrote:
2.7 on a hayward wind gauge means 5.4 in the real world.
In normal weather terms, 2.7 m/s is 6 mph. Only in winter overcast or at night is the wind speed in Eugene that low.