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    ¶2015 WC w200: Dafne Schippers (Net) 21.63 MR (WL) (3, 4 W)
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    T&FN formchart

    1. Dafne Schippers (Netherlands)
    2. Elaine Thompson (Jamaica)
    3. Blessing Okagbare (Nigeria)
    4. Jenna Prandini (US)
    5. Candyce McGrone (US)
    6. Murielle Ahouré (Côte d’Ivoire)
    7. Jeneba Tarmoh (US)
    8. Dina Asher-Smith (Great Britain)
    9. Sherone Simpson (Jamaica)
    10. Veronica Campbell-Brown (Jam)
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    Surprised to see Prandini so high but the truth is we really don't know what form she is in right now. She has been pretty absent since trials. Would be gutted if VCB misses out on the finals though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t_monk View Post
    Surprised to see Prandini so high but the truth is we really don't know what form she is in right now.
    Isn't that the $64,000 Question! Either she's going to be rested and PR-ready fit, or hopelessly past her peak and struggles to make the final.
    You're not at Hayward any more!
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    It'll be interesting to see how the once injury-plagued McGrone will fare at these championships.
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    Elaine Thompson should win this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zues2014 View Post
    Elaine Thompson should win this one.
    She'll have to at least get through Dafne first. That may not be easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t_monk View Post
    Surprised to see Prandini so high but the truth is we really don't know what form she is in right now. She has been pretty absent since trials. Would be gutted if VCB misses out on the finals though.
    She was higher on previous charts as I recall.
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    I wasn't paying much attention to the other form charts to be honest. I expected the final form chart to look more like this:

    Thompson/Schippers/BOI/McGrone in the top 4
    Ahoure/DAS in 5th and 6th
    Prandini/VCB/SS/Tarmoh filling out the top 10

    Specific order is questionable but that would be how I thought they would rank based on their season.

    With that being said the 200m this year is pretty wide open if you ask me so anything can happen.
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    What has Dafne done in the 200m this year?
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    Ran the same time in the same wind as Elaine Thompson, lol.
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