Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July


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Postby The Flying Pigdog » Wed Jul 10, 2013 11:33 am

Collins goes sub-10 again (9.99) with only +0.2 wind!

Also of note, Carmelita Jeter runs 11.07 (0.0) to knock off Kelly Ann Baptiste and Barbara Pierre. Kimberlyn Duncan dead last in 11.65...Jeter still has a month to get back in contention for a gold and looks like she will at the very least challenge for a medal - good for her!

Full results: http://www.all-athletics.com/en-us/node/825567
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Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby Deuce » Wed Jul 10, 2013 11:34 am

Results - http://www.gyulaimemorial.hu/?lang=en&mid=22&sid=3
or http://www.all-athletics.com/en-us/node/825567

Some highlights:
Kim Collins won 100m - 9.99 (0.2), Pichardo defeated Taylor again (17.18-17.16, Claye 2nd 17.17), Pars over 80m again, Jeter won 100m - 11.07 (0.0), Ana Šimić won HJ 196 PB (well, I'm Croatian :) )
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby Marlow » Wed Jul 10, 2013 11:49 am

Deuce wrote:Jeter won 100m - 11.07 (0.0)

Verrry interestink!
Not to mention this . . .
6. Yuriy BORZAKOVSKIY 1:45.89
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Re: Hungarian Athletics Grand Prix

Postby jamal00005 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 11:56 am

The Flying Pigdog wrote:Collins goes sub-10 again (9.99) with only +0.2 wind!

Also of note, Carmelita Jeter runs 11.07 (0.0) to knock off Kelly Ann Baptiste and Barbara Pierre. Kimberlyn Duncan dead last in 11.65...Jeter still has a month to get back in contention for a gold and looks like she will at the very least challenge for a medal - good for her!

Full results: http://www.all-athletics.com/en-us/node/825567

Very good run for Jeter......i guess this is just where she wants to be coming back from injury and stuff....Baptiste again a disappointment for me. After running that 10.83 at her champs i would have expected her to have run some sub 11 leading up to Moscow but it seems that was a one off run.
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby Half Miler » Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:02 pm

Wow, that guy hasn't retired yet?
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby Marlow » Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:20 pm

Half Miler wrote:Wow, that guy hasn't retired yet?

Nope - he's my all-time favorite love-hate athlete. Whenever I pick him to win, he hangs back so far, he finishes JUST out of the money. When I don't pick him, he cagily sits on the leaders and swoops in for the win! :cry:
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby Alan Shank » Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:51 pm

Marlow wrote:
Half Miler wrote:Wow, that guy hasn't retired yet?

Nope - he's my all-time favorite love-hate athlete. Whenever I pick him to win, he hangs back so far, he finishes JUST out of the money. When I don't pick him, he cagily sits on the leaders and swoops in for the win! :cry:


According to articles I've read on rusathletics, Borza is very serious about the WC in his home country. So far, he's stuck in the 1:45s with one win in three starts and a 3:42.77 1500 for 2nd place.

He's going to have a very hard time making the final in Moscow, I would think.
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Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby DCSIGMA » Wed Jul 10, 2013 2:37 pm

http://www.runnerspace.com/news.php?new ... rian-Athle

Pl. Athlete / Team Cnt. Birth Result Score
1. Kim COLLINS SKN 76 9.99 1209
2. Kemar BAILEY-COLE JAM 92 10.07 1181
3. Jacques HARVEY JAM 89 10.18 1144
4. Richard THOMPSON TRI 85 10.26 1117
5. Gabriel MVUMVURE ZIM 88 10.28 1111
6. Simon MAGAKWE RSA 86 10.36 1084
7. Kenroy ANDERSON JAM 87 10.41 1068
8. Daniel BAILEY ANT 86 10.52 1033


Pl. Athlete / Team Cnt. Birth Result Score
1. Carmelita JETER USA 79 11.07 1183
2. Kelly-Ann BAPTISTE TRI 86 11.15 1168
3. Barbara PIERRE USA 87 11.15 1168
4. Lekeisha LAWSON USA 87 11.29 1141
5. LaShauntea MOORE USA 83 11.31 1138 SB 6. Gloria ASUMNU NGR 85 11.42 1117
7. Aleen BAILEY JAM 80 11.53 1097
8. Kimberlyn DUNCAN USA 91 11.65 1075
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby tm71 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 2:59 pm

good races for the veterans collins and jeter. it seems like jeter is improving with every race, but can she get down to 10.7-10.8 range by the championships ? i doubt she will be at the 10.7 range but mid 10.8 is possible.
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby DCSIGMA » Wed Jul 10, 2013 3:04 pm

I think it may take a 10.8 to win
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby beebee » Wed Jul 10, 2013 3:06 pm

Collins is simply amazing...I guess he really wasn't "dragged" to that sub 10 the other day in Lausanne.

Jeter's obvious gradual improvement will piss off the trolls :lol:
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby DCSIGMA » Wed Jul 10, 2013 3:09 pm

beebee wrote:Collins is simply amazing...I guess he really wasn't "dragged" to that sub 10 the other day in Lausanne.

Jeter's obvious gradual improvement will piss off the trolls :lol:


Lol yes it will...cuz in their mind she suppose to be running 11.9
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby justrunfast » Wed Jul 10, 2013 3:25 pm

DCSIGMA wrote:
beebee wrote:Collins is simply amazing...I guess he really wasn't "dragged" to that sub 10 the other day in Lausanne.

Jeter's obvious gradual improvement will piss off the trolls :lol:


Lol yes it will...cuz in their mind she suppose to be running 11.9


Collins and Jeter running them times today have made my day :D
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby jamboy » Wed Jul 10, 2013 3:32 pm

beebee wrote:Collins is simply amazing...I guess he really wasn't "dragged" to that sub 10 the other day in Lausanne.

Jeter's obvious gradual improvement will piss off the trolls :lol:


You talking to me :D

I don't think Fraser has anything to worry about.

She has won every major in 10.7 and she will do the same in Moscow.
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby DCSIGMA » Wed Jul 10, 2013 3:59 pm

jamboy wrote:
beebee wrote:Collins is simply amazing...I guess he really wasn't "dragged" to that sub 10 the other day in Lausanne.

Jeter's obvious gradual improvement will piss off the trolls :lol:


You talking to me :D

I don't think Fraser has anything to worry about.

She has won every major in 10.7 and she will do the same in Moscow.


What did she run in 2011 and what place did she get? Refresh memory
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby ATK » Wed Jul 10, 2013 4:21 pm

It's Amazing for Collins to be back under 9 now. And now that he has done it twice, his confidence should definitely rising and push im under a few more times.

Jeter is definately back in the mix for a medal, and the US-Jam relay race should be on point.


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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby Marlow » Wed Jul 10, 2013 4:29 pm

Alan Shank wrote:So far, he's stuck in the 1:45s with one win in three starts

The b*****d is sandbaggin'!! :twisted:
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby 26mi235 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 4:52 pm

jamboy wrote:
beebee wrote:Collins is simply amazing...I guess he really wasn't "dragged" to that sub 10 the other day in Lausanne.

Jeter's obvious gradual improvement will piss off the trolls :lol:


You talking to me :D

I don't think Fraser has anything to worry about.

She has won every major in 10.7 and she will do the same in Moscow.


Really? Selective memory, methinks ...
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby betterthanb4 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 4:55 pm

The evergreen Collins strikes again. :lol: He just continues to defy the odds. Fantastic!
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby betterthanb4 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 4:56 pm

Good to see Jeter getting back to form.
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Re: Istvan-Gyulai: Jeter 11.07 Collins: 9.99

Postby jamal00005 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 5:00 pm

26mi235 wrote:
jamboy wrote:
beebee wrote:Collins is simply amazing...I guess he really wasn't "dragged" to that sub 10 the other day in Lausanne.

Jeter's obvious gradual improvement will piss off the trolls :lol:


You talking to me :D

I don't think Fraser has anything to worry about.

She has won every major in 10.7 and she will do the same in Moscow.


Really? Selective memory, methinks ...

I think he possibly meant that of everytime she has one a championship, she happened to do so in a time of 10.7 :) .Its great to see Jeter hitting her stride though it means the race in Moscow will be all the more hotter
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby KDFINE » Wed Jul 10, 2013 6:03 pm

Am I correct in assuming that this meet is named for Istvan Rozsavolgy and Gyulai Zsivotsky? When did it start?
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Re: Hungarian Athletics Grand Prix

Postby The Flying Pigdog » Wed Jul 10, 2013 6:03 pm

jamal00005 wrote:Very good run for Jeter......i guess this is just where she wants to be coming back from injury and stuff....Baptiste again a disappointment for me. After running that 10.83 at her champs i would have expected her to have run some sub 11 leading up to Moscow but it seems that was a one off run.


I wouldn't count out Baptiste just yet, definitely don't think 11.1x is indicative of what she's going to run in Moscow. She could be in heavy training and is aiming to peak again in a few weeks. I think she's been sub-11 or pretty close to it in each of the last two years in the finals of majors. She'll need to be there to fend off Ahoure and possibly Gardner for that bronze...
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby ExCoastRanger » Wed Jul 10, 2013 6:19 pm

Tyler Mulder gets a .15 PR in third.

1. Anis ANANENKO BLR 85 1:44.43 1188 PB
2. Abraham Kipchirchir ROTICH BRN 93 1:44.57 1184 SB
3. Tyler MULDER USA 87 1:44.60 1183 PB
4. Sammy KIRONGO KEN 94 1:45.38 1160 PB
5. Abraham KIPLAGAT KEN 84 1:45.71 1150 SB
6. Yuriy BORZAKOVSKIY RUS 81 1:45.89 1145
7. Tamás KAZI HUN 85 1:46.08 1140 SB
8. Michael RUTT USA 87 1:46.37 1131
9. Charles JOCK USA 89 1:47.25 1106
10. István KOLOSSVÁRY HUN 88 1:49.51 1041 PB
- Moses Kipkemboi KIBET KEN 94 DNF
- Dávid TAKÁCS HUN 86 DNF
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby gm » Wed Jul 10, 2013 7:22 pm

KDFINE wrote:Am I correct in assuming that this meet is named for Istvan Rozsavolgy and Gyulai Zsivotsky? When did it start?


It is named after the late Istvan Gyulai, a Hungarian General Secretary of the IAAF, amongst other things.

More info here -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Istv%C3%A1n_Gyulai
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby andyjgt » Thu Jul 11, 2013 12:53 am

That time by Ananenka is an NR (old: 1:44.84, Anatoliy Makarevich, born 1970, Koblenz 1992)

(with the WUG on now, it's apt to say it was odd that he went to the Shenzhen WUG in 2011 but not Daegu WC despite their proximity in time as well as space and his B qualifier of 1:45.58, but was selected for London despite a SB outside 1:47)
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby t_monk » Thu Jul 11, 2013 4:00 am

I must say that I am both surprised and impressed by Miss Jeter. She has thrown her hat back into the ring. Judging from the times that are being run this season, I would think that Jeter should be able to get into the finals and if she continues to improve she should be able to get a medal.

Interesting note: Jeter has never not gotten a medal from a Major Champs she has been entered in. WC 07 - bronze. Oly 08 - Not entered. WC 09 - bronze. WC 11 - gold. Oly 12 - silver. Currently getting the bronze might be a fight, that being said a couple weeks ago I would have been surprised if someone predicted her for a medal given her injury.
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby KDFINE » Thu Jul 11, 2013 9:59 am

Thanks gm. So much for my assumption.
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby 18.99s » Sat Jul 13, 2013 9:33 pm

There was some quibbling over Kim Collins' 9.97 because it was with a +2.0 wind.

Now with his 9.99 and 0.2 wind there can be none of that.
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Re: Gyulai Istvan Memorial - Budapest, 10th July

Postby 26mi235 » Sat Jul 13, 2013 9:44 pm

18.99s wrote:There was some quibbling over Kim Collins' 9.97 because it was with a +2.0 wind.

Now with his 9.99 and 0.2 wind there can be none of that.


I absolutely think that that is a great result. I said that it was too bad that he broke the record with the maximum wind. If this wind had been, say, 0.06 it would yield a time of 9.97 also. Given that, I am quite happy that he has the record because this race demonstrates that he deserves it!
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