¶Doha DL: m100—Gatlin 9.97


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Re: ¶Doha DL: m100—Gatlin 9.97

Postby blinger » Fri May 10, 2013 3:37 pm

what the hell is wrong with some of you posters last year before olympics gatlin was talking off his mouth and after bolt responded with a 9.7 he was no where to be found and all doubters you will be silence this year again you never seems to learn bolt and blake is playing possum lol!!! our 4x1 is number one and will trash usa again you can bet on that there is no usa runner who can run that curve as fast as bolt in a relay or individually watch out
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Re: ¶Doha DL: m100—Gatlin 9.97

Postby bignate88 » Fri May 10, 2013 4:33 pm

blinger wrote:what the hell is wrong with some of you posters last year before olympics gatlin was talking off his mouth and after bolt responded with a 9.7 he was no where to be found and all doubters you will be silence this year again you never seems to learn bolt and blake is playing possum lol!!! our 4x1 is number one and will trash usa again you can bet on that there is no usa runner who can run that curve as fast as bolt in a relay or individually watch out

Preach troll!! Amen and Amen! :lol:
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Re: ¶Doha DL: m100—Gatlin 9.97

Postby t_monk » Sat May 11, 2013 5:43 am

I've chosen not to watch Bolt (specifically Bolt) because he has a way of showing up for majors and showing up in and around world record form everytime. The 100/200 is downright predictable if where the gold medal is concerned.

Barring false starts.
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Re: ¶Doha DL: m100—Gatlin 9.97

Postby Trackrunner » Sat May 11, 2013 7:20 am

It is interesting in all of this discussion how Bolt's 14.42s run in Rio a few weeks ago has been completely discounted especially since it was .07s off his world best and done so early in the season - more than a month before the world best time he set in Manchester(March 31st - Rio run, May 17th - Manchester run). Completely and surprisingly discounted when we all know what happened in Berlin a few months later.
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Re: ¶Doha DL: m100—Gatlin 9.97

Postby GHM » Sat May 11, 2013 8:20 am

Kim Collins 10.11 ! This must be the age 37 best. Is it?

Formidable Barriers to Be Challenged:
Sub 10.0 for a 40 year old master. This is really hard because the record is 10.29.

sub 28 min for men 10k. Geb can do it now.

sub 15 min and 31 min for women 5k and 10k.
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Re: ¶Doha DL: m100—Gatlin 9.97

Postby aaronk » Sat May 11, 2013 10:11 am

GHM wrote:Kim Collins 10.11 ! This must be the age 37 best. Is it?

Formidable Barriers to Be Challenged:
Sub 10.0 for a 40 year old master. This is really hard because the record is 10.29.

sub 28 min for men 10k. Geb can do it now.

sub 15 min and 31 min for women 5k and 10k.


The age 37 best for men is 10.04 by Linford Christie, in 1997.
Age 38 record is 10.38 by Christie.
Age 39 record is 10.28 by Troy Douglas.
And age 40 record is by Douglas, a 10.29.

I started a thread on "formidable barriers".
Check it out.
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Re: ¶Doha DL: m100—Gatlin 9.97

Postby ATK » Sat May 11, 2013 12:28 pm

aaronk wrote:
GHM wrote:Kim Collins 10.11 ! This must be the age 37 best. Is it?

Formidable Barriers to Be Challenged:
Sub 10.0 for a 40 year old master. This is really hard because the record is 10.29.

sub 28 min for men 10k. Geb can do it now.

sub 15 min and 31 min for women 5k and 10k.


The age 37 best for men is 10.04 by Linford Christie, in 1997.
Age 38 record is 10.38 by Christie.
Age 39 record is 10.28 by Troy Douglas.
And age 40 record is by Douglas, a 10.29.

I started a thread on "formidable barriers".
Check it out.


Are we reading the same results? Did Kim Collins not just run a 10.04?...
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