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    I'm sure it's been mentioned here, but I did not realize (eTN) that Cherry had the fastest split of all at 43.6.
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    see post #92
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weights&Shoes View Post
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    Big congrats to Belgium after being 4th so many times this decade. Finally they get a WC medal.
    Agree. I had to review their record in OG, WC, and WIC to see how many times they have been close (at least a couple of WIC medals in there )

    OG 2008 4th
    WC 2009 4th
    WIC 2010 silver
    WC 2011 4th
    OG 2012 5th
    WC 2013 4th
    WC 2015 5th
    WIC 2016 6th
    OG 2016 4th
    WC 2017 4th
    WIC 2018 bronze

    They must be happy right now. And I am happy for them.
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    Here's something I don't think I've ever seen before. The Botswana men's 4x4 was DQed from its heat for passing out of the zone, and the national federation has now apologized for this.

    https://southerntimesafrica.com/site...-championships
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    based on analysis from video we shot from the finish to clean up Seiko's projections for first two legs, here's the splits for the four sub-3:00 teams.

    1. United States 2:56.69 (WL, AL) (11W, 9A)
    (Fred Kerley 44.5, Michael Cherry 43.6, Wil London 44.43, Rai Benjamin 44.19);

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    If Norman and Benjamin are both healthy, is London the only one not expected to be on this team?
    Kerley->Norman->Cherry->Benjamin?

    As I mentioned in another post, there is a nice US pipeline of 400 guys who could challenge either Cherry or Benjamin for a slot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave View Post
    If Norman and Benjamin are both healthy, is London the only one not expected to be on this team?
    Kerley->Norman->Cherry->Benjamin?

    As I mentioned in another post, there is a nice US pipeline of 400 guys who could challenge either Cherry or Benjamin for a slot.
    Benjamin was injured and they asked him to anchor. Who is challenging him for a spot when healthy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATK View Post
    Benjamin was injured and they asked him to anchor. Who is challenging him for a spot when healthy?
    Ok, London is the only one who would be likely be replaced( by Norman)?
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