2019 Track and Field Thread

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  1. millenial

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    Shelly Ann 10.74, might be in form to go below 10.7 in Doha. Naser barely wins the 400



     
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    Seems like there's been very little coverage of Lyles 19.50 from mainstream American media. I remember when Michael Johnson and Donovan Bailey were huge in media after 96 Atlanta and how much hype there was for the 150m race they were doing with the special track built for it. Even after that, Maurice Greene was getting good coverage, even Gatlin and Shawn Crawford for a bit in the mid 2000s, it seemed like after that was the last of the American sprint star tho. There was a time when the fastest man alive was 2nd only to the heavyweight champion of the world.
     
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    Gatlin might still be able to win at the 100m at Doha with the way he's been looking. Oduduru came in last at 10.26 and almost ran into Gatlin's lane. SMU's speed and first 100 is much improved. If shes coming off the turn equal or ahead she isn't going to be caught unless the Schippers of 2015 shows up. Sydney with a season's best in 400H





     
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    summer universiade 2019 napoli live streaming on YT rn

     
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    Yohan Blake racing with the Richard Mille, 9.98 for Japan's Koike in 4th. Man that Japanese 4x100 team is going to be a problem in Doha. Finally seeing a NB campaign for Sydney