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    ¶2019 mWC 100: Christian Coleman (US) 9.76 (WL, AL)
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    1. Christian Coleman (USA)
    2. Andre De Grasse (Canada)
    3. Akani Simbine (South Africa)
    4. Justin Gatlin (USA)
    5. Yohan Blake (Jamaica)
    6. Zhenye Xie (China)
    7. Mike Rodgers (USA)
    8. Arthur Cissé (Côte d’Ivoire)
    9. Aaron Brown (Canada)
    10. Adam Gemili (Great Britain)
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    I’m guessing he isn’t that rusty and will run 9.78 leading every one else in the dust.
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    How does de Grasse land as high as 2nd on this list? I don’t see what he’s done this year, or the last few, to justify that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ztrappity View Post
    How does de Grasse land as high as 2nd on this list? I don’t see what he’s done this year, or the last few, to justify that.
    Him simply being healthy now might be enough to beat everyone except Coleman and Gatlin (who's health is in question)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave View Post
    I’m guessing he isn’t that rusty and will run 9.78 leading every one else in the dust.
    Dust? Do they have dust in Doha? Probably so. It's a desert.
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    Questions about the preliminary round: Why not just fold these athletes into the heats, and what specific criteria pushes athletes into this round of 'almost no chancers'?
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    Unconfirmed reports from the Nigerian camp that Divine Oduduru has pulled out of the 100m and will focus solely on the 200m and 4x100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad hammy View Post
    Questions about the preliminary round: Why not just fold these athletes into the heats, and what specific criteria pushes athletes into this round of 'almost no chancers'?
    Suspect it would make for a bad formula for advancement with that many runners having to be chopped down to the 24 for the semis.
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    De Grasse is gunning for silver in the 200, based on his fitness, so I'd support the contention that he'll do the same in the 100.
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    I'm not seeing Gatlin and Rodgers in the startlists for the heats
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