Mens 100m "Classes/Tiers"


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Re: Mens 100m "Classes/Tiers"

Postby 26mi235 » Sun Jul 14, 2013 2:21 pm

Two 9.95s within 90 minutes gets no love (albeit, with nice wind). The is also a 9.87 in there worth noting. Will Silmon be able to back down and then come back from a long year?
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Re: Mens 100m "Classes/Tiers"

Postby jamal00005 » Sun Jul 14, 2013 2:26 pm

batonless relay wrote:For Moscow, accounting for suspensions and injuries:

Tier 1: Bolt
Tier 2: Gatlin
Tier 3: Anyone who's ever broken 10 not named Bolt or Gatlin and is still eligible.
Tier 4: Anyone who's never broken 10, but has broken 10.10, and is still eligible.

Tier 3 will have to be Vicaut and Collins at this stage
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Re: Mens 100m "Classes/Tiers"

Postby batonless relay » Sun Jul 14, 2013 3:01 pm

let me make one more distinction. I'm having SERIOUS doubts about Gabriel Mvumvure 9.98 (1.8) in Montverde, FL. He's tier 4, if that!
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Re: Mens 100m "Classes/Tiers"

Postby ATK » Sun Jul 14, 2013 3:20 pm

26mi235 wrote:Two 9.95s within 90 minutes gets no love (albeit, with nice wind). The is also a 9.87 in there worth noting. Will Silmon be able to back down and then come back from a long year?

Let's see what he can do the rest of the year. Consistency and beating certain people will get Vicaut serious mention.
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