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    Too bad you can't figure how to get Leeper on the anchor leg...with a flying start he probably could do 8.0...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    Coleman (the starter - can handle turn) 10.1
    Rodgers (holds speed well - veteran) 9.0
    Gatlin (he runs a great curve) 9.1
    Lyles (natch) 8.7

    = 36.9
    Best I can see would be 37.37

    You want Rodgers involved in TWO exchanges? No thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conor Dary View Post
    Too bad you can't figure how to get Leeper on the anchor leg...with a flying start he probably could do 8.0...
    More like 11.00 with a running start. By the time he gets to Max speed, the finish line will be behind him.
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    He ran 44 with a slow first 100....so obviously he can do faster than 11...

    From the video I had him under 32.0 for the last 300...once he gets going he can fly on the straightaway..
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    2 rules for our relayists

    Relaying 101:

    1. pass the baton in the zone

    2. do not drop the baton
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conor Dary View Post
    He ran 44 with a slow first 100....so obviously he can do faster than 11...

    From the video I had him under 32.0 for the last 300...once he gets going he can fly on the straightaway..
    But to really get going he needs more distance than he's going to get in the acceleration zone.
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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    #17
    Rodgers-Gatlin-Lyles-Coleman

    Have Lyles run the curve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJG View Post

    You want Rodgers involved in TWO exchanges? No thank you.
    My sentiments exactly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JumboElliott View Post
    Rodgers-Gatlin-Lyles-Coleman

    Have Lyles run the curve.
    I am not comfortable with Coleman on the anchor. If for some reason the U.S. is behind after the last exchange, can Coleman run down anyone like Lyles can?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Klingon View Post
    I am not comfortable with Coleman on the anchor. If for some reason the U.S. is behind after the last exchange, can Coleman run down anyone like Lyles can?
    ?!
    With the lead Lyles gives him, that won't be necessary.
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