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    #61
    Finals looks like a complete walkover. Not even sure it ever looked this one sided going into a finals in Bolt's time. From 2-8 can be absolutely any order.
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    #62
    Quote Originally Posted by Weights&Shoes View Post
    Tortu makes it!
    By .001 over Tracey

    and Tortu's reaction time was .217 !
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    I guess the "fast track" from the women's 100 didn't carry over to the men's! Should be an excellent final, in any event. Looking for a 9.7 from Coleman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JRM View Post
    I guess the "fast track" from the women's 100 didn't carry over to the men's! Should be an excellent final, in any event. Looking for a 9.7 from Coleman.
    I could have been plainer; I didn't mean the track was producing outliers, just that it was not a slow one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weights&Shoes View Post
    Why are they forcing the sprinters that made the final to go up the stairs and through the media circuit?
    2017 WC they made a smart move letting those who advance go through the lower tunnel to prepare for the final.
    No one forces them to stop and talk.
    Surprised no China or Japan in final.
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    #66
    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Kritzler View Post
    No one forces them to stop and talk.
    Surprised no China or Japan in final.
    Or Indonesian - Lalu Muhammad Zohri only managed a 10.36 in the heats.
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    #67
    I guess Coleman isn’t rusty after all.....
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    Coleman looks completely from a different universe. It looks like he will be 2/10ths clear than everyone else. No idea about the other placements, I suppose if De Grasse can get out reasonably well, he should be able to medal, though Simbine and Hughes will be in the mix as well.
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    Coleman is in 9.7 form. Everyone else is struggling for 10.0x. This is going to be a runaway for Coleman provided nothing major happens.

    9.8 winning time. With probably one 9.9high and a couple 10.0x
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    Tier 1 - Coleman: No one beats him, only he can beat him.

    Tier 2 - DeGrasse, Hughes, Simbine, Blake, Gatlin: Throw a blanket over them.

    Tier 3- Brown, Tortu: Not today.
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