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    Thanks Atticus! I'll try to get on this.

    One thing that "jumps" out to me, is Christian Taylor seemed to way under-perform in England this past meet, getting beat by PP.

    Anyone know if he is injured? I think he only has to show up to Nats anyway, so he may just do a run-through, or a 15m effort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortius19 View Post
    Thanks Atticus! I'll try to get on this.
    One thing that "jumps" out to me, is Christian Taylor seemed to way under-perform in England this past meet, getting beat by PP.
    Anyone know if he is injured? I think he only has to show up to Nats anyway, so he may just do a run-through, or a 15m effort.
    My take was that he already had his sights on USATF and wants the win there, so we'll see. If Claye pops another huge one, I'm not sure CT has an 18m (59') in him right now - he'll undoubtedly be more peaked for Doha.
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    Men

    100 Coleman Gatlin Rodgers
    200 Lyles Coleman Bednarek
    400 Norman Kerley Montgomery
    800 Brazier Murphy Hoppel
    1500 Engels Centrowitz Blankenship
    St Bor Kebenei Bayer
    5K Chelimo True Mead
    10K Erassa Korir Kipchirchir
    110H Holloway Roberts Allen
    400H Benjamin Hall Grimes
    HJ
    PV
    LJ
    TJ Taylor Claye Craddock
    SP Crouser Kovacs Hill
    DT
    HT
    JT
    Dec

    Women
    100 Hobbs Richardson White
    200 Pardini Annelus Thomas
    400 Wimbley Jonathas Okolo
    800 Wilson Rogers Green
    1500 Houlihan Simpson Hiltz
    St Coburn Frerichs Quigley
    5K Houlihan Schweizer Purrier
    10K Sisson Huddle Hall
    100H KHarrison Ali McNeal
    400H McLaughlin Muhammad Little
    HJ
    PV Morris Nageotte Hoggard
    LJ
    TJ
    SP
    DT
    HT
    JT
    Hep


    I'll add in the field events later if i remember.
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    Men

    100- Coleman Rodgers Gillespie
    200- Lyles Coleman Young
    400- Norman Kerley Montgomery
    800- Murphy Brazier Hoppel
    1500- Centrowitz Engels Gregorek
    3kSch- Bor Kebenei Bayer
    5K- Chelimo True Hunter
    10K- Erassa Korir Kipchirchir
    110H- Holloway Allen Roberts
    400H- Benjamin Hall Holmes
    HJ- Robinson McEwen Laine
    PV- Nilsen Walsh Fritsch
    LJ- Henderson Claye Jefferson
    TJ- Claye Craddock Scott
    SP- Crouser Hill Kovacs
    DT- Finley Jagers B.Williams
    HT- Donnelly Young Winkler
    JT- Shuey Dolezal Thompson
    Dec- Ziemek D. Williams Simmons


    Women

    100- Hobbs Richardson Daniels
    200- Prandini Annelus Daniels
    400- Beard Felix Okolo
    800- Wilson Rogers Green
    1500- Houlihan Simpson Grace
    3kSch- Frerichs Quigley Lawrence
    5K- Houlihan Schneider Schweizer
    10K- Huddle Sisson Hall
    100H- K. Harrison Ali Nelvis
    400H- McLaughlin Muhammad Little
    HJ- Cunningham McPherson Smith
    PV- Morris Nageotte Suhr
    LJ- Orji Hall Hackworth
    TJ- Orji Franklin Oliver
    SP- Ealey Carter Ramsey
    DT- Allman Lewis-Smallwood Card
    HT- Price Berry Anderson
    JT- Winger Ince Gray
    Hep- K. Williams Bougard Hawkins
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    Taylor’s London performance bordered on the bizarre. What I’d like to see in DSM is a repeat of their great NCAA duel in the same stadium. That competition, more than any other, seemed to re-open the door for American hopes in the event when it was rapidly becoming an event many were paying no attention to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bruce3404 View Post
    Taylor’s London performance bordered on the bizarre. What I’d like to see in DSM is a repeat of their great NCAA duel in the same stadium. That competition, more than any other, seemed to re-open the door for American hopes in the event when it was rapidly becoming an event many were paying no attention to.
    What event? sorry for my ignorance
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedoorknobbroke View Post
    What event? sorry for my ignorance
    TJ
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    Don't overlook Wimbley for the W400m. I think she'll run a sub 50 race.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    My take was that he already had his sights on USATF and wants the win there, so we'll see.
    Error! In a home-linked article, CT said,

    “I do have the bye, and I don’t want to put myself at risk and jeopardize anything, so I have to participate, which I will do. It will not be anything competitive.”

    In my picks, I just dropped him to 3rd, but he may not be that high.

    edit - on further reflection, there is no reason to believe that CT will even try to have a fair jump, so he's deleted.

    Gatlin's in the same boat. Will he run the rounds but not the final?
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    MEN

    100- Coleman Rodgers Gillespie
    200- Lyles Coleman Young
    400- Norman Kerley Richard
    800- Brazier Murphy Hoppel
    1500- Engels Centrowicz Blankenship
    ST- Bor Kebenai Bayer
    5k- Chelimo True Hunter
    10k- Erassa Kipchircher Korir
    110H- Holloway Roberts Allen
    400H- Benjamin Hall Holmes
    HJ- Robinson McEwen Wesner
    PV- Kendriks Nilsen Walsh
    LJ- Henderson Claye McCarter
    TJ- Claye Craddock Scott
    SP- Crouser Hill Geist
    DT- Finlay Jagers Williams
    HT- Donnelly Winkler Young
    JT- Shuey Dolezal Thompson
    Dec- Ziemek H.Williams Simmons

    WOMEN

    100- Hobbs Richardson Terry
    200- Annelus Prandini Daniels
    400- Okolo Jonathos Wimbley
    800- Wilson Rogers Green
    1500- Houlihan Simpson Grace
    ST- Coburn Frerichs Quigley
    5k- Houlihan Schweizer Schneider
    10k- Sisson Huddle Hall
    100H-K.Harrison Ali Clemons
    400H- McLaughlin Little Muhammed
    HJ- Cunningham McPherson \smith
    PV- Morris Nageotte Suhr
    SP- Ealey Ramsey Carter
    DT- Allman Ashley Tausaga
    HT- Price Berry Anderson
    JT- Ince Winger Carter
    Hep- K.Williams Bougarde Zamzow
    LJ- Reese Hall Hackworth
    TJ- Orji Franklin Oliver
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