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Saturday 15:35: WAF m110H

Postby gh » Fri Sep 08, 2006 1:47 pm

1 91 Olijars Stanislavs LAT
2 136 Oliver David USA
3 146 Trammell Terrence USA
4 17 Robles Dayron CUB
5 14 Liu Xiang CHN
6 134 Merritt Aries USA
7 41 Blaschek Thomas GER
8 131 Johnson Allen USA

(that draw's going to encourage some wide-angle-lens photography)
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Postby TheMole » Sat Sep 09, 2006 5:44 am

Liu 12.93 -0.6
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Postby tafnut » Sat Sep 09, 2006 5:45 am

AJ and Robles under 13 also?
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Postby pela2 » Sat Sep 09, 2006 5:45 am

TheMole wrote:Liu 12.93 -0.6



Robles 13.00 and Johnson 13.01!
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Postby tafnut » Sat Sep 09, 2006 5:50 am

pela2 wrote:
TheMole wrote:Liu 12.93 -0.6


Robles 13.00 and Johnson 13.01!


Wow - still great stuff for 1-2-3. Is this the best 110H year ever?
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Postby pela2 » Sat Sep 09, 2006 5:55 am

tafnut wrote:
pela2 wrote:
TheMole wrote:Liu 12.93 -0.6


Robles 13.00 and Johnson 13.01!


Wow - still great stuff for 1-2-3. Is this the best 110H year ever?



Have you forgotten the WR race? ;)

    12.88 +1.1 Liu Xiang CHN 13.07.83 1rA Lausanne 11.07.2006
    12.90 +1.1 Dominique Arnold USA 14.09.73 2rA Lausanne 11.07.2006
    13.02 +1.1 Terrence Trammell USA 23.11.78 3rA Lausanne 11.07.2006
    13.04 +1.1 Dayron Robles CUB 19.11.86 4rA Lausanne 11.07.2006
    13.12 +1.1 Aries Merritt USA 24.07.85 5rA Lausanne 11.07.2006
    13.19 +1.1 Stanislav Olijar LAT 22.03.79 6rA Lausanne 11.07.2006



The 3rd place time is better, but not the rest.
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Postby DentyCracker » Sat Sep 09, 2006 5:55 am

DAMN!!
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Postby eldrick » Sat Sep 09, 2006 5:56 am

aj was leading upto the 9th hurdle !

if he didn't have ring-rust, i think he couda gone a lot quicker ( even upto 9th hurdle his race didn't look that great ! )

i think the ole boy has still got the tools to win globals if he has a full, competitive season
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Postby tafnut » Sat Sep 09, 2006 6:03 am

pela2 wrote:Have you forgotten the WR race? ;)


That's WHY I asked - is this the best YEAR ever? YOU would know!! :-)
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Postby 26mi235 » Sat Sep 09, 2006 6:11 am

pela2 wrote:
tafnut wrote:
pela2 wrote:
TheMole wrote:Liu 12.93 -0.6


Robles 13.00 and Johnson 13.01!


Wow - still great stuff for 1-2-3. Is this the best 110H year ever?



Have you forgotten the WR race? ;)

    12.88 +1.1 Liu Xiang CHN 13.07.83 1rA Lausanne 11.07.2006
    12.90 +1.1 Dominique Arnold USA 14.09.73 2rA Lausanne 11.07.2006
    13.02 +1.1 Terrence Trammell USA 23.11.78 3rA Lausanne 11.07.2006
    13.04 +1.1 Dayron Robles CUB 19.11.86 4rA Lausanne 11.07.2006
    13.12 +1.1 Aries Merritt USA 24.07.85 5rA Lausanne 11.07.2006
    13.19 +1.1 Stanislav Olijar LAT 22.03.79 6rA Lausanne 11.07.2006


The 3rd place time is better, but not the rest.


He said best year, not best race. Also, this is a negative wind race and the other one was +1.1. I know the hurdles have different wind issues, but if we use the sprint corrections, this may be the best ever (making both +1.1 I get 12.85, 12. 91, 12.92, 13.13, 13.15, 13.16, 13.18, 13.29 using 1.1 -(-0.6)= 1.7, 1.7mps x 0.055 seconds/mps = 0.094 'correction').

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Having just seen the reaction times, Liu just missed being DQ'ed (0.108); the rest were pretty good.
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Postby pela2 » Sat Sep 09, 2006 6:22 am

26mi235 wrote:
pela2 wrote:
tafnut wrote:
pela2 wrote:
TheMole wrote:Liu 12.93 -0.6


Robles 13.00 and Johnson 13.01!


Wow - still great stuff for 1-2-3. Is this the best 110H year ever?



He said best year, not best race. Also, this is a negative wind race and the other one was +1.1. I know the hurdles have different wind issues, but if we use the sprint corrections, this may be the best ever (making both +1.1 I get 12.85, 12. 91, 12.92, 13.13, 13.15, 13.16, 13.18, 13.29 using 1.1 -(-0.6)= 1.7, 1.7mps x 0.055 seconds/mps = 0.094 'correction').

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Having just seen the reaction times, Liu just missed being DQ'ed (0.108); the rest were pretty good.


If we see in depth
sub 13.20 performances
1999 50
1998 47
2005 40
1992 34
1995 29
2006 27
1997 26
2004 26
1996 25
2000 23
2002 23

sub 13.10
2005 19
1998 16
1995 11
1996 11
1994 10
2006 10


sub 13.00
1996 4
1993 3
2006 3
1988 2
1994 2
1997 2
2005 2
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Postby bad hammy » Sat Sep 09, 2006 6:29 am

sub 12.90
2006 1
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Postby tafnut » Sat Sep 09, 2006 6:31 am

pela2 wrote:If we see in depth
sub 13.20 performances
1999 50
1998 47
2005 40
1992 34
1995 29
2006 27
1997 26
2004 26
1996 25
2000 23
2002 23

sub 13.10
2005 19
1998 16
1995 11
1996 11
1994 10
2006 10


sub 13.00
1996 4
1993 3
2006 3
1988 2
1994 2
1997 2
2005 2


Thanks - that's why we depend on you as the Stat Dude!

But the WR race's depth has to count for some subjective points.
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Postby gh » Sat Sep 09, 2006 6:36 am

tafnut wrote:
pela2 wrote:
TheMole wrote:Liu 12.93 -0.6


Robles 13.00 and Johnson 13.01!


Wow - still great stuff for 1-2-3. Is this the best 110H year ever?


It may be the fastest, but any discussion of "best" requires applying the proper historical filter.
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Postby dhanesworth » Sat Sep 09, 2006 6:36 am

2006

3 sub12.95

5 athletes at 13.02 or better
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Postby pela2 » Sat Sep 09, 2006 6:43 am

dhanesworth wrote:2006

3 sub12.95

5 athletes at 13.02 or better


Nice, you find a list where 2006 is at top!

2006 5
2005 4
1998 3
1999 3
1993 2
1995 2
1996 2
2000 2

counting performances 13.02 or better

2005 6
2006 6
1993 4
1996 4
1998 4
1994 3
1995 3
1999 3
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Postby tafnut » Sat Sep 09, 2006 6:46 am

gh wrote:It may be the fastest, but any discussion of "best" requires applying the proper historical filter.


I agree, so can you think of a year when so many athletes ran so many times at the tippy-top? (Hand-times are suspect in this assessment)
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Postby gh » Sat Sep 09, 2006 7:05 am

4th IAAF World Athletics Final - Stuttgart (GER) - Saturday, September 09, 2006

Official Result - Men - 110 Metres Hurdles


Printable versionOfficial Report Last Updated: 15:48:19 CET 09/09/2006



Wind: -0.6 m/s

Pos Bib Athlete Nat Mark Order




1 14 Liu Xiang CHN 12.93 (CR) 5


2 17 Robles Dayron CUB 13.00 (NR) 4


3 131 Johnson Allen USA 13.01 (SB) 8


4 146 Trammell Terrence USA 13.22 3


5 136 Oliver David USA 13.24 2


6 134 Merritt Aries USA 13.25 6


7 91 Olijars Stanislavs LAT 13.27 1


8 41 Blaschek Thomas GER 13.38 7


Athlete Nat Reaction Time



Liu Xiang CHN 0.108
Merritt Aries USA 0.135
Trammell Terrence USA 0.140
Johnson Allen USA 0.159
Robles Dayron CUB 0.163
Olijars Stanislavs LAT 0.167
Blaschek Thomas GER 0.169
Oliver David USA 0.175
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Postby NobodyUKnow » Sat Sep 09, 2006 7:06 am

Doesn't AJ now have the Masters Age 35 World and American records?
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Postby tafnut » Sat Sep 09, 2006 7:30 am

NobodyUKnow wrote:Doesn't AJ now have the Masters Age 35 World and American records?


Before this year it was Tony Dees, 13.22, so yes.
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Postby NobodyUKnow » Sat Sep 09, 2006 7:38 am

What about the m35 World Record? I figured Colin might own that one.
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Postby pela2 » Sat Sep 09, 2006 8:02 am

NobodyUKnow wrote:What about the m35 World Record? I figured Colin might own that one.


correct.

Topp-6 in the m35 all-time list

13.01 Allen Johnson 35 years, 6 months, 8 days USA Stuttgart 2006-09-09
13.11 Colin Jackson 35 years, 5 months, 23 days GBR München 2002-08-10
13.23 Tony Dees 35 years, 11 months, 22 days USA Haniá 1999-07-28
13.26 Greg Foster 35 years, 11 months, 18 days USA Oslo 1994-07-22
13.26 Roger Kingdom 35 years, 18 days USA Fukuoka 1997-09-13
13.26 Jack Pierce 35 years, 9 months, 26 days USA Stuttgart 1998-07-19
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Postby Grazerism » Sat Sep 09, 2006 8:17 pm

Liu had a FS against him, so his gutsy start is pretty amazing.
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