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    2019 WC 100H: Nia Ali (US) 12.34
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    T&FN formchart

    1. Danielle Williams (Jamaica)
    2. Keni Harrison (USA)
    3. Tobi Amusan (Nigeria)
    4. Nia Ali (USA)
    5. Brianna McNeal (USA)
    6. Janeek Brown (Jamaica)
    7. Megan Tapper (Jamaica)
    8. Elvira Herman (Belarus)
    9. Annimari Korte (Finland)
    10. Nadine Visser (Netherlands)
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    I picked this 1-3 order too, but KH not medalling could happen.
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    Even Asafa Powell had two bronze medals. hate to see Harrison miss out again
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    Korte has done well to come back after her injuries, but I fancy Roleder will make the final over her.
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    if Williams' 12.58 in the hept is any indication, this could be one fast track for this event
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    Perhaps Kendell is competing in the wrong event in these champs.
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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    Switching to the 100h in the US is putting you in to the most competitive event possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    Perhaps Kendell is competing in the wrong event in these champs.
    After I saw that time, I actually wondered, "Is she close to the U.S. top 10 all-time?"

    But... not close. 12.43 to make that list ... which is about what your talent has to be to make a U.S. team these days. This year may not be as great as '16 or a few others, but still...

    On the other hand, Williams is already a 2-time IAAF World Championship medalist in the 100H!

    Bronze in the '11 U-18s and GOLD in the '14 U-20s ... where she blasted a 12.89 in Eugene after her frosh year at UGA!
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    There's a Dawn Harper-sized hole in my heart!
    You there, on the motorbike! Sell me one of your melons!
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    McNeal out with a FS in her heat!
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