US know longer a sprint power


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US know longer a sprint power

Postby Guest » Tue Jul 01, 2003 7:14 am

Its going to be a great sight when a little guy from japan is being chased from behind by the cockiest sprinters in the world from the US. I remember whatching those guys get their butts spanked by Kederis and then making a bunch of excuses why they lost. This will be the lowest medal output for the mighty US and its a sad sad shame. Keep playing video games and eating fast foods and talking on your cell phones. Its working wonders.
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Re: US know longer a sprint power

Postby decamouse » Tue Jul 01, 2003 7:41 am

1. (1.) Tim MONTGOMERY 75 USA 1394
2. (2.) Dwain CHAMBERS 78 GBR 1369
3. (3.) Maurice GREENE 74 USA 1345
4. (4.) Kim COLLINS 76 SKN 1339
5. (5.) Francis OBIKWELU 78 POR 1321
6. (6.) Bernard WILLIAMS 78 USA 1316
7. (8.) Mark LEWIS-FRANCIS 82 GBR 1307
7. (7.) Coby MILLER 76 USA 1307
9. (9.) Uchenna EMEDOLU 76 NGR 1292
10. (10.) Jon DRUMMOND 68 USA 1281

IAAF Rankings - ? - one race does not make a season
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Re: US know longer a sprint power

Postby Trackshark » Tue Jul 01, 2003 7:46 am

One thing that I do "know" is that I "know" how to use the word "know" when I don't have to say "no"

However, as the person stated above, one race does not make a season.
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Re: US know longer a sprint power

Postby Guest » Tue Jul 01, 2003 7:50 am

Good point about the cell phones. I especially can't stand the morons who walk through shopping malls, airports, parking lots with those headsets on. And they talk 100 times louder than they would if they were just using a hand-held cell phone. Morons.
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Re: US know longer a sprint power

Postby Brutal » Tue Jul 01, 2003 8:04 am

Jon Drummond
Justin Gatlin
Coby Miller
Mo Greene
JJ Johnson
John Capel
Tim Montgomery
Bernard Williams
Darvis Patton
Shawn Crawford
Ken Brokenburr
Micky Grimes

You could mix and match any foursome's ya want using those guys and they could still take all the hardware in the 4x1 in Paris......trust me!
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Re: US know longer a sprint power

Postby Guest » Tue Jul 01, 2003 8:12 am

Is the US as dominate as they once where in the 100m. The answer is No.

Are they still a sprint power: absolutely

The US is collectively still the best Sprint Power but we are not as dominate as we once were.

My money still would bet on the US in a 4 x 100 or 4 x 200 versus anyone else in the world.

Would it be a sure thing... No but that whats makes it worth doing.
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Re: US know longer a sprint power

Postby Guest » Tue Jul 01, 2003 8:16 am

>Its going to be a great sight when a little guy
>from japan is being chased from behind by the
>cockiest sprinters in the world from the US.

i wouldnt be surprised if every top sprinter out there was chasing down someone from japan. i think sometimes while thinking about big sprinters from the US or jamaica or europe or even africa, we forget about guys from japan. those guys can really move. the fastest time in the world right now in the 200 is from a japanese sprinter, and it is pretty respectable for this time in the season. anyway, the US will never not be a sprint power, i mean just look how stacked we are. and as for taking all the hardware from the WC with those 3 american teams, it may be true, as long as they dont drop the batton!
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Re: US know longer a sprint power

Postby Guest » Tue Jul 01, 2003 8:33 am

"US know longer a sprint power"

butt US duz no how two spel US a buncha gud werdz.
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Re: US know longer a sprint power

Postby blacklily » Wed Jul 02, 2003 9:30 am

>Its going to be a great sight when a little guy
>from japan is being chased from behind by the
>cockiest sprinters in the world from the US. I
>remember whatching those guys get their butts
>spanked by Kederis and then making a bunch of
>excuses why they lost. This will be the lowest
>medal output for the mighty US and its a sad sad
>shame. Keep playing video games and eating fast
>foods and talking on your cell phones. Its
>working wonders.

Jealousy of our success, both material & athletic. Too bad the IAAF performance lists for the sprints & hurdles don't back up your statement. Go check them out, then come back to us. Keep dreaming, dude.
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