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    Re: ∂Brussels DL m200óBlake 19.26 (!) WL
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    All I have to say is: simply unbelievable.
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    Re: ∂Brussels DL m200óBlake 19.26 (!) WL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelpa
    ONE THING IS FOR CERTAIN, THE BEAST HAS TASTED BLOOD,
    THE BEAST HAS CERTAINLY INSTILLED A FEARFUL CHILL IN THE EASILY SCARED ASAFA POWELL,
    HENCE THIS BEAST WILL NEVER BE BEATEN BY POWELL AGAIN.

    Hell, did you see Bolt's reaction, imagine what Powell will go through at the line with Blake being there.
    I gave Powell a pass the other day because they said he was coming off of injury, and I knew he would run just so he could get his diamond. It will be interesting to see if he starts giving up when he races against Blake next season.
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    Re: ∂Brussels DL m200óBlake 19.26 (!) WL
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    Quote Originally Posted by JRM
    All I have to say is: simply unbelievable.
    From performance 2062 to performance 2 in just 3 months.
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    Re: Brussels DL m200ó
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottmitchell74
    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter Brown
    I damn near fell out of my office chair just haphazardly browsing the results. Furk.

    Ditto! I just got this wierd excited feeling in my stomach like I wanted to vomit, but in a good way! :mrgreen:

    Holy Crap! The #1 thing I love is that this has to scare Bolt! Woo!
    He's been training with this guy, he knew what was coming, which is why he was so nervous at WC 100 and he said that is why he false started.
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    Re: ∂Brussels DL m200óBlake 19.26 (!) WL
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    I'll just go ahead & say what everyone is thinking, you know you are.

    Something stinks in suburbia! Either faulty clocks or the "S" word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 26mi235
    He's been training with this guy, he knew what was coming, which is why he was so nervous at WC 100 and he said that is why he false started.
    Same reason I felt Usain stayed (you see him behind the 200 start line waiting to watch) and watched the race (scheduling too since the 200 was right after the 100). He probably had a feeling with the shape Yohan was in that his WL 19.40 was in danger of going down.

    All that comes to mind now is what Yohan would've done if he had a better start. Again, Speechless....
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottmitchell74
    That second 100m has to be the fastest ever. Amazing. I can't stop watching it. Thanks for the English version!

    Poor Dix. Guy was born a few years too late.
    It is up to Dix and his coaches to try and increase his stride length. He won't ever reach his full potential with those short strides of his. He won't ever get to that top tier of 100 meter sprinter with those short strides either.
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    Re: ∂Brussels DL m200óBlake 19.26 (!) WL
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    Quote Originally Posted by vip
    Oh, and I forgot about Tyson Gay, but I see another thread about him has already started.
    I don't see Gay's injury prone body allowing him to run the 200 at the Olympics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amaru523
    I'll just go ahead & say what everyone is thinking, you know you are.

    Something stinks in suburbia! Either faulty clocks or the "S" word.
    Are they allowing us to suggest steroid use now? Or I am the only person who doesn't get a pass?
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    Re: ∂Brussels DL m200óBlake 19.26 (!) WL
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    I saw this information posted on another board:

    Brussells track ... is 125m curve/75m straight compared to most being 116m/84m
    Can anyone comment on the reliability of these numbers? It doesn't seem reasonable that this track is non-conforming to IAAF standard specs.
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