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    CWG M100m
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    First heat

    1) Kemar Bailey-Cole 10.16
    2) Ramon Gittens 10.34

    Hamilton fifth....
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    Second heat

    Fijian false started...or is it a yellow card? I've seen more yellow cards this season than every before.

    1) Jason Livermore 10.26
    20 Jason Rogers
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    Third heat

    Tahir Walsh of Antigua false-started, and now another one...Reid of Seychelles is given marching orders.

    1) Jelks of Nigeria 10.28
    2) Warren Fraser of Bahamas

    What happened to Richard Thompson? Third in 10.33?

    Is Jelks a former American?
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    Thanks for the updates, shivfan. Was anyone else surprised how easily Livermore beat Rodgers. That didn't look good for the St. Kitts man at all

    Good to see the American win the 3rd heat, U S A woohoo!
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    And Livermore's supposed to be a 200m specialist. That said, he did come in the top three at the Jamaica trials, and he beat some bigger names to get there.

    Thompson said he underestimated Fraser...lol!

    1) Kemar Hyman 10.20
    2) Antoine Adams 10.31
    3) Harry A-A 10.33
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    Fifth heat

    1) Nickel Ashmeade 10.40
    2) Adam Harris
    3) Griffith of Bahamas
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    Man, I hate to keep being negative, but my goodness HAA looked awful, he was going all out. Again, thanks for the updates. This has been a great competition with some really intriguing head to heads so far. I thought Thompson looked okay, he always looks bad in heats.
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    It's my pleasure to post them as I see them....

    Sixth heat

    1) Adam Gemeli 10.15

    Was that Monzavous Edwards second? Is he another American-turned-Nigerian?
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    Was that Monzavous Edwards second? Is he another American-turned-Nigerian?
    I was wondering the same thing

    man I really hope Kilty wins this next heat.
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    Seventh heat

    1) Daniel Bailey 10.30

    Second is between Kilty and the Nigerian....
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