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    I honestly think Miller can run quite a bit faster. She thought a paced race the first 300 would be enough with everything at stake and left it too late.

    What a gutsy run by Naser.
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    I haven't witnessed a race this fast since Perec's 48.25 in 1996. WOW.
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    how do you run 48.37 and lose?? what an incredible run from them both. Miller-Uibo delivered, she didn't win but a massive pb from her, Naser was just better.
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    Imagine being SMU--PB by 6 tenths of a second with a time that prior to the race would make you the #5 woman in history. And you lose by almost a quarter of a second.
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    That was well and truly amazing. IF YOU SET A .50+ PR, and get smoked??? You congrat that person and move one.

    Wow! Wow!!!!!
    You there, on the motorbike! Sell me one of your melons!
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    Tremendous race! Badass ladies : )

    Btw I think that the US will now win the 4x400
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    Naser has gotta be sub 21.9 EASY To run that fast.

    I kept waiting for SMU to reel her in and put her to rest. INCREDIBLE.

    Fastest time in almost 35 years!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by trackk View Post
    I honestly think Miller can run quite a bit faster. She thought a paced race the first 300 would be enough with everything at stake and left it too late.

    What a gutsy run by Naser.
    Agree, SMU was closing in the final 50.
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    I have the same feeling as I did after men's 400 at Rio. Wow!
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    Biggest upset of meet so far. (other than people dnf/dns)
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