"Rocket" Ramil Guliyev 9.97 and 19.76 (World Champion 2017 over 200 meters)

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  1. planb47

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    He ran into a - 1.6 headwind simply amazing knowing what kind of start he poses, he will surely be in the mix come the 200m final in Daegu
     
  2. white is right

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    If he can get through the red tape to make it to Korea. He will be in the mix to final in his better event(the 200). He also could semi-final in the 100 as that time is the equivalent to a new pb.
     
  3. white lightning

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    What a race. How does this kid do it with so little muscle and no drive phase. It's amazing to just see two sprinters like Lemaitre and Guliyev who defy every stereotype known about sprinting. They are white, skinny, and have very little experience. Many elite sprinters start running when they are little kids and have the reaction time, start, drive phase, etc. down to a science by the time they are in high school.<div></div><div>Ramil Guliyev has so much talent. He is just a natural. Born to run!</div>
     
  4. albinosprint

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    10.18 into a -1.6 is really good and he beat some big names.



    1 Michael Frater [JAM] JAM 10.11
    2 Ramil Guliyev [TUR] TUR 10.18
    3 Kim Collins [SKN] SKN 10.22
    4 Ainsley Waugh [JAM] JAM 10.38
    5 Rikki Fifton [GBR] GBR 10.41
    6 Roman Smirnov [RUS] RUS 10.41
    7 Ruslan Abbasov [AZE] AZE 10.42
    8 Francis Obikwelu[POR] POR 10.49

    has any one found a vid of the race?
     
  5. mastermulti

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    isn't it interesting that he was .07 behind Frater?
    That's exactly how much Frater beat Christophe by last week

    Race

    his top speed is better than Collins and he probably gained on Frater.

    I stick by last week's comment.... there are only 2 very good white sprinters on the world scene at this moment and they are both 21.Edited by: mastermulti
     
  6. frederic38

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    i am really impressed by his run...this guy will shock the world on the 200, and if he trains for the 100, he will do big things
    he could medal in daegu, like lemaitre, in the 200
     
  7. dr.riders

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    Hi, i repost this message. I mistake to post it in "Christophe Lemaitre "White Lightning" 9.95!" topic.

    In this race, Znamensky Memorial Zhukovsky (near Moskow), where Ramil Guliyev run a
    10.18 with a -1.6 wind, this time if
    you convert it (Wind / Altitude Adjustment Calculator at this link:
    http://myweb.lmu.edu/jmureika/track/wind/index.html) it's a 10.08 with
    0.0 wind. The same adjusted time for the race in Yalta (30 march 2011)
    with 10.16 and -1.3 wind.
    He could be in the future the second
    "caucasian" (really caucasian... from Azerbaijan) runner to brake the
    10.00 in 100m. I hope.
    But the problem is that he has the same Lemaitre problem with a good reaction, a bad first 40-50 m and an incredible final. He is very unlucky, with a great number of race with negative wind.
    What do you think?
     
  8. dr.riders

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    Ramil Guliyev progression

    time wind nation birthday location date Wind/Altitude Adjustmen

    2009

    10.25 AZE 29.05.90 1 Baku 29.05.2009
    10.08 +1.3 AZE 29.05.90 1rA Istanbul 13.06.2009 10.15
    10.76 -1.8 AZE 29.05.90 1r2 Sarajevo 20.06.2009 10.65
    10.58 +0.1 AZE 29.05.90 1h1 Novi Sad 23.07.2009 10.58
    10.69 -1.3 AZE 29.05.90 1sf1 Novi Sad 23.07.2009 10.60
    10.16 +0.2 AZE 29.05.90 2 Novi Sad 24.07.2009 10.17


    2010

    10.24 +0.6 AZE 29.05.90 2 Nottwil 08.08.2010 10.27


    2011

    10.64 0.0 TUR 29.05.90 1h2 Yalta 30.05.2011 10.64
    10.16 -1.3 TUR 29.05.90 1 Yalta 30.05.2011 10.08
    10.26 -0.4 TUR 29.05.90 2 Istanbul 11.o6.2011 10.23
    10.11 3.2 TUR 29.05.90 1 Bilbao 19.06.2011 10.26
    10.19 1.2 TUR 29.05.90 1 Sollentuna 28.06.2011 10.25 (bad start!)
    10.18 -1.6 TUR 29.05.90 1 Zhukovsky 03.07.2011 10.08 (bad acceleration)
     
  9. white lightning

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    I agree. He can and will go sub 10 and sub 20. The sub 10 might not happen for another year though unless he can drastically change his start. He already has the talent to go sub 20 as he just missed a couple of years ago.
     
  10. dr.riders

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    Meeting de Atletismo de Madrid - 9 july
    </span>preliminary list</span> of members for 100m</span></span>

    http://www.rfea.es/competi/madridmeeting/index.html

    From the program: this is the hour</span> of Madrid</span></span><table id="Autonumber1" width="58%" border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"><t><tr><td width="20%" align="center" ="#f7dfe1">20:05</font></td>
    <td width="26%" align="center" ="#f7dfe1">
    100m</font></td>
    <td width="26%" align="center" ="#f7dfe1">
    Hombres</font></td>
    <td width="28%" align="center" ="#f7dfe1">
    Semifinal 1</font></td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td width="20%" align="center" ="#ffffff">
    20:10</font></td>
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    100m</font></td>
    <td width="26%" align="center" ="#ffffff">
    Hombres</font></td>
    <td width="28%" align="center" ="#ffffff">
    Semifinal 2</font></td></tr></t></table><table id="Autonumber1" width="58%" border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"><t><tr><td width="20%" align="center" ="#f7dfe1">21:30</font></td>
    <td width="26%" align="center" ="#f7dfe1">
    100m</font></td>
    <td width="26%" align="center" ="#f7dfe1">
    Hombres</font></td>
    <td width="28%" align="center" ="#f7dfe1">
    Final</font></td></tr></t></table>

    athlete birthday nation PB SB

    GATLIN, JUSTIN 10/02/1982 USA 9.85 9.95
    PADGETT, TRAVIS 13/12/1986 USA 9.89 9.99
    CHAMBERS, DWAIN 05/04/1978 GBR 9.97 10.01
    EDWARDS, RAE 07/05/1981 USA 10.00 10.13
    COLLIO, SIMONE 27/12/1979 ITA 10.06 10.40
    GULIEV, RAMIL 29/05/1990 TUR 10.08 10.16
    OUHADI, AZIZ 24/07/1984 MAR 10.09 10.09
    ROACH, KIMMARI 21/09/1990 JAM 10.13 10.14
    RODRIGUEZ GARCIA, ANGEL DAVID 25/04/1980 ESP 10.14 10.30
    FIFTON, RIKKI 17/06/1985 GBR 10.16 10.39
    HORTELANO ROIG, BRUNO 18/09/1991 ESP 10.56 10.56
     
  11. mastermulti

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    I'd love to see him just nose in front of Chambers in a PR if the weather is kind
     
  12. white lightning

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    I agree mastermulti. It would be great to see him beat Dwain. It would be even better if he beat both Chambers and Gatlin as they both are known drug cheats from the past. The best thing about this list is Guliyevs birthdate! He is still only 21 years of age! The future is bright with Ramil in sight!
     
  13. white lightning

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    Just wanted to wish Rocket Ramil good luck tommorow. I have a feeling he just might get down close to 10.10! Hoping for a big day for Guliyev!
     
  14. dr.riders

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    If he'll run like he ran in russia, with a bit of wind he could running a sub 10.05 too. I hope very much, because this guy needs confirmation and a grade jump. A bit of lucky too.
     
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    Rocket is running soon!
     
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    wow, bad head wind. the time is going to be real slow.
     
  18. dr.riders

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    Guliyev is definitively unlucky!!!
     
  19. albinosprint

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    slow times with the head wind and once again "no drive phase". he is off to the final which will run in about 1hr 20min. I hope the wind dies down for the final.
     
  20. dr.riders

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    But he didn't run fast in the final... perhaps did he want to conserve</span> energy for the final?</span></span>
     
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    I'm thinking the same thing. the first race gatlin won in 10.4 w/ -5 wind. so I'm guessing he thought he could take it easy and still make the final.
     
  22. dr.riders

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    albinosprint do you know the time for Guliyev? the wind was -1.2
     
  23. white lightning

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    I think he saved himself. Still no drive phase though. See what he does in about an hour. Did Collio make the final?
     
  24. dr.riders

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    wind in the women semifinal: -2.1 and -2.2!!!
     
  25. albinosprint

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    no, this broadcast stinks. they don't post the time after the race and there is no place on the website to find current results.
     

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