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    I think having 19.70 speed like Norman is a big advantage but not a requirement. Butch Reynolds (43.29) was never known for his 200 speed and neither was Kirani James. Fred seems to run on sheer horsepower that is great to watch and has served him well. With that said, I tend to agree with you that if Fred wants to run low 43, he will need to show some big 200 speed.
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    To be fair, his 20.24 dates back to 2017. I'm sure if he ran a 200 right now, he would be run sub 20, and likely closer to 19.9 low
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATK View Post
    To be fair, his 20.24 dates back to 2017. I'm sure if he ran a 200 right now, he would be run sub 20, and likely closer to 19.9 low
    Agreed. I’d say likely he’s in sub 20 shape right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATK View Post
    To be fair, his 20.24 dates back to 2017. I'm sure if he ran a 200 right now, he would be run sub 20, and likely closer to 19.9 low
    And it took 0.2 off his best and came a couple of weeks after he had added the USATF 400 title to the NCAA in a loooong collegiate season. I'm sure he was a 20-flat kind of guy earlier that year.
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