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    ¶2019 wWC 200: Dina Asher-Smith (GB) 21.88
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    1. Dina Asher-Smith (G Britain)
    2. Elaine Thompson (Jamaica)
    3. Sh-Ann Fraser-Pryce (Jam)
    4. Dafne Schippers (Neth)
    5. Blessing Okagbare (Nigeria)
    6. Mujinga Kambundji (Switz)
    7. Dezerea Bryant (USA)
    8. Crystal Emmanuel (Canada)
    9. Brittany Brown (USA)
    10. Vitoria Cristina Rosa (Braz)
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    Just gimme 3 under 22 and I'm happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    Just gimme 3 under 22 and I'm happy.
    ha! me too!
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    If Thompson runs 10.7 & DAS in the 10.8s in the 100, then I'm leaning towards ET winning the 200m. DAS has had a few commanding victories over ET over 200 this season, but ET did beat her at the Eugene DL, which was 7 days after the JAM nationals. This suggests, to me, when ET is in her best form she can beat DAS (of course the counter argument is that DAS hasn't had to peak yet, so we don't know what her peak vs ET's peak is until Doha.)

    Take away SAFP's JAM Champs run and her and Schippers times have been pretty even this season. Taking Schippers back into consideration, and hoping easing off from heavy training will help, I'm relying on Schippers grit/defending champ mentality, to sneak SAFP for bronze. I think she will be highly motivated by not medalling or DNS in the 100

    edit: Apparently the Dutch are complaining about the hotel they are at in Doha, the Norwegian team have already left after some have fallen ill. That'll be the last thing Schippers needs after a back injury!
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    Okagbare has been cleared to run. It will be interesting to see how she does after not starting the 100
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    And now SAFP is not doing the 200. No wonder shes taking the 100 very, very seriously
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiederganger View Post
    And now SAFP is not doing the 200. No wonder shes taking the 100 very, very seriously
    This is disappointing to hear. I wonder if Thompson will follow suit, as she's said she's not a big fan of the 200.
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    I imagine she would've been taking it seriously anyway but that's a huge shame. She would have been a solid medal contender.
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    Thompson is listed.
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    Yep, Thompson is listed. If she pulled out she couldn't start the relay.
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