You kidding me, rojo? Ever comment on the hundreds of elite athletes praying to their Christian God before or after races?!
20 metric inch rims wrote:
um hey wrote:
Coburn may be cute, but based on this photo she has a joke of a hurdle technique. Jumps a foot too high?
the dopers showed there cards here ,
oh how a week of proper doping can bring back that spark .
and ones that told to stay away from worlds all is forgotten,
past all tests now .
what is up with iaaf and their usual tricks and insider b.s
why not continue to use tighter testing regime . all stinks .
another day at LRC wrote:
um hey wrote:
I didn't realize Allah was such a big 5k fan. Farah, Barshim and Edris all praying to him.
Barshim is a high jumper - the best in the world. Do you even track?
Did you even watch the race and what Barshim did after?!?
More clueless idiots making their ways here every day...
All in all, anticlimactic meet.
Wow, last place for Kwemoi. Just a few months ago there was talk about his being the one to dethrone Farah at the World Championships. Then he doesn't make the 1500 final in London and here he finishes last. Something must have seriously gone wrong with his season.
wow idiots... wrote:
I agree that this struture change has been a good move. However, for the distances races, I wish they would start rewarding fast times. The current system makes people run just to win, which is great at the world champ stage, but for the circuit is just boring. Farah's "I will only go for a fast time if I am forced to by the other competitor's" to sum up everything wrong with modern distance running. Now that the WRs are so far out of reach, there needs to be an incentive to run fast since there is no hope of getting the WR bonus. Rewards for say, sub 13:00, sub 12:55, sub 12:50, ect, would push athletes to run fast again.
Great idea. This would definitely help provide variety to sit and kick races.