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    2019 mWC 110H: Grant Holloway (US) 13.10
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    1. Orlando Ortega (Spain)
    2. Omar McLeod (Jamaica)
    3. Daniel Roberts (USA)
    4. Sergey Shubenkov (Russia)
    5. Grant Holloway (USA)
    6. Wenjun Xie (China)
    7. Gabriel Constantino (Brazil)
    8. Devon Allen (USA)
    9. Andy Pozzi (Great Britain)
    10. Pascal Martinot-Lagarde (France)
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    This is an event I'm really looking forward to. What if Hollo and Rob went 1-2, under 13?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    This is an event I'm really looking forward to. What if Hollo and Rob went 1-2, under 13?!
    I would not be surprised in the least!!
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    Holloway looked good in Paris before messing up later in the race. I think he medals here over Roberts. But hopefully they both do!
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    If these are the same guys who have been running all summer, no-one is going under 13.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Kritzler View Post
    If these are the same guys who have been running all summer, no-one is going under 13.
    I suggest that you go back and watch the NCAA meet, especially with Holloway having to do the LJ and 4x400 all in a little over 48 hours. What helps Ortega and McLeod is that they are really good competitors. Not sure that they are any better in that regard than Grant Holloway. To see that, watch what he does in a 4x400 after he has done those other events.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 26mi235 View Post
    I suggest that you go back and watch the NCAA meet, especially with Holloway having to do the LJ and 4x400 all in a little over 48 hours. What helps Ortega and McLeod is that they are really good competitors. Not sure that they are any better in that regard than Grant Holloway. To see that, watch what he does in a 4x400 after he has done those other events.
    no one's really been in that kind of shape for a while now though
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    The T&FN form chart is laughable. Holloway going away!.. don't fight it!
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    Allen oof. Disappointing career
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    Mcleod looks strong in winning heat from lane 9 in 13.17. Hits 2 hurdles. Allen still qualifies in 4th although well back.
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