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Discussion in 'Track & Field' started by mastermulti, Oct 17, 2017.
He came second at the British Championships in the 200. He has been Doug Henning in the 100.....
John Teeters ran 10.70 in Italy, 10.57 in the heats.
200m A (0.6) 1 Bruno Hortelano 20.19;
These is a long interview with Julian Reus titled
"I want to run for the medals".
love it! Taylor from Yammy land comes out of tunnel in the introductory runouts, gives a gangster sign then gives a throat slash on cam then gets his self entitled negro ass smoked in the 400m by the Belgian runner Sacour lol
Zenéy Van Der Walt of South Africa with an impressive win at the U20 Championships.
She was previously World U18 Champion.
Jonathan Sacoor of Belgium wins the U20 400m Championship.
Charles Dobson of GB takes the silver in the U20 200m.
How does Britain keep coming up with this sprint talent?!
must be quite the eye opener for the American negroes and Jamaican negros when they are getting beaten in all aspects f the Championships!! When the officials finally stop the Africans from juicing the distance world will become alot closer. Question to you guys, do you think or believe the womens 400m champ from India is like Sa"men"ya? watch the replay of her race and her interview afterwards...
Yes, she is like Castor.
and look how she turned it on in the final homestretch.
Meanwhile, a great championships so far.
Asians doing incredibly well, along with some Europeans.
In addition to some of the things already mentioned - a Japanese won the men's Long Jump; Japanese 3rd in the men's High Hurdles; Japan easily beat the US in their heat, and had the 2nd fastest time overall in the 4 x100m relay heats (Germany 1st). Austin Kratz ran the 3rd leg for the US.
German girl won the LJ. Japanese girl 2nd.
Found this result. Kristina Tsimanouslaya 11.03. Belarus.
Never heard of this woman before, but it's a very fast time.
the Czech girl who won the pole vault is everything negresses hate about white girls....tall, graceful, feminine and gorgeous....negresses just have no grace, or very very few...
Most of the 4x100 mens heats were pure ethnic teams like Japan and Italy. Germany had 3 out of 4. The USA mens 4 x400 heats had white dude ,Matthew Bohling leading off the race. I have never heard of him but he has run in the 45.9 range. Not bad just coming out of high school.
Germany's 3rd runner(negro) screwed up on his handoff to the anchor leg runner(white) of the 4x100 costing them a shot at gold, settling for third. Only solace of the Yanks winning gold is that Austin Kratz gets a very well deserved gold medal.
Glad to see Shae Anderson was 2nd leg on the USA gold medal 4x400 relay, she deserves it. Aussies were a valiant second! Well done Australia.
The Italians won the men's 4x400m in a WU20 leading mark of 3:04.05, well done!
Ramil Guliyev is back in action on the 19th at the Monaco Diamond League in the 200. Schippers and Prandini will be contesting the women's 100 at that same meet.
Anyone here know when Tortu and/or Erasmus will be running again?
Erasmus ran 10.25 in Belgium over the weekend, and a bit faster in his previous meet to that.
Unfortunately, he seems to be slowing down a little each race.
Jenna Prandini and Beth Dobbin taking 2nd and 3rd at Athletics World Cup in London this weekend.
Zhenye Xie of China winning the Men's 200m at the World Cup.
Watch the American give up at the end of the race after Xie passes him, and he realizes he won't be able to catch him.
Interesting that no Asian (I mean racially) has broken 20.00 for 200 meters yet. I see Shingo Suetsugu ran a 20.03 way back in 2003, so they are due.
Erasmus 10.14 (1st) +1.5w Teeters 10.35 (5th) at Cork City games.
Nice time by Erasmus. He might be racing too much though. Afraid he is going to burn out before he can get that sub 10. I'm
sure he needs to money though and he has been winning just about every race he has entered.
Happy to see John Teeters our there doing his thing still. He is not in proper shape but at least he is getting experience on the European circuit. Always a good thing. Hopefully the times will come later this summer but most likely he will have to wait till next summer to be back to where he needs to be. Just happy he hasn't given up as his talent is immense!
Yes, I think he might be racing too much.
He ran 10.19 in Germany on the 8th; 10.25 in Belgium over the weekend; and 10.14 in Ireland today.
Before that he was getting very close to 10 flat. Hope he takes a break and lets his legs recover so he can get back to the 10.00 mark.
I scrolled through this stream to check out Erasmus and Teeters. Erasmus looked awesome, and yes, it fantastic to see Teeters back.
The men's 100m starts around 1:43 on this stream.