batonless relay wrote:run4urlyfe wrote:betterthanb4 wrote:I would like for Ahoure to bring this sort of form In Moscow.
I see Ahoure as a scavenger she will eat if others allow her to. She has a shot only if Fraser and Okgabare have a major screw up or if Jeter is still not back to form. If those three ladies are on their a game Ahoure will simply be a finalist.
She MIGHT be a scavenger, but she just might have made the technical transformation that allows her to step up in class, not unlike Madison from last year. Ahoure is already as fast or faster than any of the 10.7/8 women by indoor 60 PB and she is as fast as the 10.7/8 women by outdoor 200 SB - in the year the athletes ran their 10.7/8. It is very possible that Ahoure, like Okagbare, like Fraser-Pryce, like Jeter (or Simpson and Stewart or Edwards before them) could be ready for the podium without ANY mistakes from the others.
For some reason I see Ahoure as a better 200m than 100m and its really strange since she has one of the better starts .