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    ¶2019 wUSATF 400H: Dalilah Muhammad 52.20 WR!
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    1. Sydney McLaughlin (New Balance) 4
    2. Shamier Little (adidas) 1
    3. Dalilah Muhammad (Nike) 2
    4. Ashley Spencer (Nike) 5
    5. Kiah Seymour (Glenarden TC) 10
    6. Cassandra Tate (adidas) 6
    7. Anna Cockrell (USC) 8
    8. Kaila Barber (unattached) nr
    9. Deonca Bookman (unattached) nr
    10. Riley Knebes (unattached) nr
    ¶ (entered in 200) Kori Carter (Jordan) (1)
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    The 2019 diamond league champion should displace Carter. Just saying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juicy News View Post
    The 2019 diamond league champion should displace Carter. Just saying.
    Doha is a long ways away and she kicked butt in 2017. Watch the race again that was a strong last 100.
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    easy to say now
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    Them three, all under 53.00, definitely. Will it take a WR to win this time?
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    If Muhammad shows up healthy, she is my pick to win in an very fast race with Sydney.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATK View Post
    If Muhammad shows up healthy, she is my pick to win in an very fast race with Sydney.
    Just here?? Or is that your pick for Worlds as well? (Assuming they both move along healthy of course)
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    Muhammad looked really good early this year, way ahead of where she was at that point of the season in 2016 (when she ran 52.88 at the Trials) or 2017 (when she ran 52.64 at the USATFs); if she's fully fit here she has a good chance to win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Jay View Post
    Just here?? Or is that your pick for Worlds as well? (Assuming they both move along healthy of course)
    Muhammad is my pick for world's as well asumming health.
    She has won all 3/4 USAs she competed in and she has set beats this year in her flat events. Her 53.61 is also one of her fastest non USA/world/Oly runs ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATK View Post
    Muhammad is my pick for world's as well
    Youth must be served. SM is getting better faster.
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