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Title: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on April 20, 2017, 11:57:41 PM

Starting this year thread by wishing all our athletes a successful season  :beermug: 🇹🇹
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on April 20, 2017, 11:58:54 PM
Kelly-Ann Baptiste was victorious at the NTC/Pure Athletics Spring Invitational in Florida, USA, last Saturday. The Trinidad and Tobago sprinter topped a women's 100 metres race in a wind-assisted 10.94 seconds. The following wind was 4.1 metres per second—well above the 2.0 legal limit.

http://www.trinidadexpress.com/20170420/sports/fast-and-windy-100-for-baptiste
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Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on April 21, 2017, 12:00:31 AM

With a 5.2 wind at his back, Keston Bledman won a men's 100m event in 10.08 seconds.
Kyle Greaux and Jovon Toppin also benefited from illegal following winds. Greaux finished fourth in a men's 200m race in 20.52, while Toppin was fourth in another men's 200m event in 21.97.

http://www.trinidadexpress.com/20170420/sports/fast-and-windy-100-for-baptiste
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on April 21, 2017, 06:45:07 AM
Good for starting this Sando. World relays are this weekend. TT finally has sent a full team to run the men and women's 4x100, 4x200m and 4x400m.

Btw, whatever happened to the guy who manages the Track and field section on the site? I think his name is Soca something. . :rotfl:
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on April 21, 2017, 07:50:33 PM

T&T team for the IAAF World Relays

https://www.facebook.com/notes/team-tto/iaaf-btc-world-relays-22nd-23rd-april-2017/1325196274193506/

(https://scontent.fsnc1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/18011055_1325202114192922_2949332246466131881_n.png?oh=4b3e050b553275dc96e6f4e06a0de238&oe=5994FD40)
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Deeks on April 22, 2017, 06:27:20 AM
That will be very interesting look at the mixed relay.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on April 23, 2017, 11:19:46 AM

Results for T&T athletes from day 1 of World Relays

4 x 200 Metres Women - Round 1

1   UNITED STATES   USA USA   1:31.06 Q   
2   GERMANY   GER GER   1:31.16 Q   SB
3   TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   1:32.62 Q   NR
4   FRANCE   FRA FRA   1:34.18 q   SB
5   KENYA   KEN KEN   1:40.65   NR

4 x 100 Metres Relay Men - Round 1

1   NETHERLANDS   NED NED   38.71 Q   SB   
2   PR OF CHINA   CHN CHN   38.97 Q   SB   0.258
3   AUSTRALIA   AUS AUS   39.09 q   SB   
4   BAHAMAS   BAH BAH   39.36   SB   0.232
5   TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   39.44   SB   0.237
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA    DNF      
JAMAICA    DNF      
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on April 23, 2017, 11:25:21 AM

Results for T&T athletes from day 1 of World Relays

4 x 400 Metres Relay Women - Round 1

1     UNITED STATES   USA USA   3:29.27 Q      
2   AUSTRALIA   AUS AUS   3:30.31 Q   SB   0.219
3   FRANCE   FRA FRA   3:33.41 q   SB   
4   BRAZIL   BRA BRA   3:34.72   SB   0.288
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   DQ


4 x 400 Metres Relay Men - Round 1

1   TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   3:02.51 Q   SB   
2   UNITED STATES   USA USA   3:02.62 Q      0.268
3   CUBA   CUB CUB   3:04.97 q   SB   0.269
4   POLAND   POL POL   3:08.42      
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC   DOM DOM   DQ      0.262
JAPAN   JPN JPN   DNF      0.223

4 x 100 Metres Relay Men - Final B

1   TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   39.04   SB   0.221
2   GERMANY   GER GER   39.15      0.329
3   BAHAMAS   BAH BAH   39.18   SB   0.249
4   DOMINICAN REPUBLIC   DOM DOM   39.57      0.274
5   CUBA   CUB CUB   39.90      0.241
6   MEXICO   MEX MEX   39.98      
7   JAPAN   JPN JPN   40.31      0.361
8   SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS   SKN SKN   41.07   
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on April 26, 2017, 06:52:55 AM
Results for T&T athletes from day 1 of World Relays

4 x 200 Metres Relay Men - Final

1   CANADA   CAN CAN   1:19.42   WL   
2   UNITED STATES   USA USA   1:19.88   SB   
3   JAMAICA   JAM JAM   1:21.09   SB   
4   TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   1:21.39   NR
5   BAHAMAS   BAH BAH   1:22.36   SB   
6   PR OF CHINA   CHN CHN   1:22.91   NR   
7   KENYA   KEN KEN   1:23.72      
8   ANTIGUA & BARBUDA   ANT ANT   1:25.11      

4 x 400 Metres Relay Men - Final

1   UNITED STATES   USA USA   3:02.13      
2   BOTSWANA   BOT BOT   3:02.28   SB   
3   JAMAICA   JAM JAM   3:02.86   SB   
4   TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO   TTO TTO   3:03.17      
5   CUBA   CUB CUB   3:03.84   SB   
6   GREAT BRITAIN & N.I.   GBR GBR   3:05.63      
7   BRAZIL   BRA BRA   3:05.96      
8   FRANCE   FRA FRA   3:06.33   
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on April 30, 2017, 06:26:15 AM
Solomon ran 45.78 in the 400m at the Tom Jones Memorial Invitational on Friday.

http://www.halfmiletiming.com/live-results/2017/4.28.17uftomjones/results/main.php?file_id=170428F022&name=Tom%20Jones%20Memorial%20Invitational%20-%204/28/2017&website=www.halfmiletiming.com&address=Percy%20Beard%20Track%20at%20UF

Tom Jones Memorial Invitational - 4/28/2017

 Half-Mile Timing - Contractor License                 4/28/2017 - 4:20 PM
               Tom Jones Memorial Invitational - 4/28/2017               
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                         Percy Beard Track at UF                         
 
Event 22  Men 400 Meter Dash

================================================================         
    Name                    Year School                  Finals           
================================================================         
Section  1                                                               
  1 Hudson-Smith, Matthew        Nike                     45.52           
  2 Glass, Najee                 Unattached               45.74           
  3 Cowan, Dwayne             SR Unattached               45.75           
  4 Solomon, Jarrin              Unattached               45.78           
  5 Clemons, Kyle                Adidas                   46.34           
  6 Lyles, Josephus              Pure Athletics           46.68           
  7 Williams, Conrad             Unattached               46.97           
 -- Dos Santos, Ricardo       SR Unattached                 DNS           
 -- Mezones, Freddy              Venezuela                  DNS           
Section  2                                                               
  1 Fasasi, Kunle             SO Florida                  45.97           
  2 Futch, Eric               SR Florida                  46.71           
  3 Thompson, Graeme          FR Guelph                   46.78           
  4 Harding, Dajuan           JR N. Carolina A&T          47.13           
  5 Parks, Nicholas              Unattached               47.14           
  6 Rutter, Elliot               Unattached               47.27           
  7 Hewitt, Kevaughn           2 GW Nike express          48.47           
  8 Moore, Jonathan           JR Bethune-Cookman          49.08           
Section  3                                                               
  1 Fearrington, Kyle         FR Florida State            46.79  46.782   
  2 Uruburu, Nick             SR Florida                  46.79  46.788   
  3 Lane, Kenny               JR Florida State            47.23           
  4 Mullings, Breon           SO Miami                    47.24           
  5 Simpkins, Steven          FR Florida State            47.60           
  6 Jackson, Christopher      JR Bethune-Cookman          47.64           
  7 Hill, Jabari              SO Florida                  47.86           
 -- Jean, Ben                 FR Georgia Tech               DNF           
Section  4                                                               
  1 Baker, Niclas                Trackspeed1-UK           47.05           
  2 Wilkerson, Braylon        SO Coastal Carolina         47.17           
  3 Clarke, Jordan            SR Webber                   47.28           
  4 Byron, Christian             Unattached               48.01           
  5 Harrington, Ryan          FR Florida Tech             48.32           
  6 Corbin, Darren            JR Unattached               50.07           
 -- Karam, Charles               Img Academy                DNF           
 -- Oyowe, Will                  Llyod                      DNF           
 -- Brookins, Terence         SR Florida Tech               DNS           
Section  5                                                               
  1 Davis, Jamel              SR Bethune-Cookman          48.46           
  2 Jones, Lionel             SO Georgia Tech             48.52           
  3 Shirk, Brandon            SR Guelph                   48.62           
  4 McAfee, Ceaph             FR Webber                   49.36           
  5 Petty, DeAndre            FR Bethune-Cookman          49.62           
  6 Escobar, George           FR North Florida            49.71           
  7 Frater, Donavon           SR Bethune-Cookman          50.00  49.996   
  8 Watkins, Dwayne           FR Georgia Tech             50.27           
  9 Semaan, Thomas               Unattached               50.79           
Section  6                                                               
  1 Nock, Maurice             FR South Florida            49.04           
  2 Terry, Taquon             FR South Florida            49.63           
  3 Simmons, Malcolm          SO Coastal Carolina         50.00  49.993   
  4 Scott, Raekwon            SO South Florida            52.38           
  5 Stone, Chris              FR Auburn                   52.56           
  6 Lafferty, Luke            FR South Florida            53.19           
  7 Sandling, Milton          FR Miami                    53.45           
 -- Clarit, Jahzeel           FR Unattached                 DNS           
 -- Newberg, Dante            SO Florida State              DNS           
===================================================================       
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  H#       
===================================================================       
Finals                                                                   
  1 Hudson-Smith, Matthew        Nike                     45.52   1       
  2 Glass, Najee                 Unattached               45.74   1       
  3 Cowan, Dwayne             SR Unattached               45.75   1       
  4 Solomon, Jarrin              Unattached               45.78   1       
  5 Fasasi, Kunle             SO Florida                  45.97   2       
  6 Clemons, Kyle                Adidas                   46.34   1       
  7 Lyles, Josephus              Pure Athletics           46.68   1       
  8 Futch, Eric               SR Florida                  46.71   2       
  9 Thompson, Graeme          FR Guelph                   46.78   2       
 10 Fearrington, Kyle         FR Florida State            46.79   3 46.782
 11 Uruburu, Nick             SR Florida                  46.79   3 46.788
 12 Williams, Conrad             Unattached               46.97   1       
 13 Baker, Niclas                Trackspeed1-UK           47.05   4       
 14 Harding, Dajuan           JR N. Carolina A&T          47.13   2       
 15 Parks, Nicholas              Unattached               47.14   2       
 16 Wilkerson, Braylon        SO Coastal Carolina         47.17   4       
 17 Lane, Kenny               JR Florida State            47.23   3       
 18 Mullings, Breon           SO Miami                    47.24   3       
 19 Rutter, Elliot               Unattached               47.27   2       
 20 Clarke, Jordan            SR Webber                   47.28   4       
 21 Simpkins, Steven          FR Florida State            47.60   3       
 22 Jackson, Christopher      JR Bethune-Cookman          47.64   3       
 23 Hill, Jabari              SO Florida                  47.86   3       
 24 Byron, Christian             Unattached               48.01   4       
 25 Harrington, Ryan          FR Florida Tech             48.32   4       
 26 Davis, Jamel              SR Bethune-Cookman          48.46   5       
 27 Hewitt, Kevaughn           2 GW Nike express          48.47   2       
 28 Jones, Lionel             SO Georgia Tech             48.52   5       
 29 Shirk, Brandon            SR Guelph                   48.62   5       
 30 Nock, Maurice             FR South Florida            49.04   6       
 31 Moore, Jonathan           JR Bethune-Cookman          49.08   2       
 32 McAfee, Ceaph             FR Webber                   49.36   5       
 33 Petty, DeAndre            FR Bethune-Cookman          49.62   5       
 34 Terry, Taquon             FR South Florida            49.63   6       
 35 Escobar, George           FR North Florida            49.71   5       
 36 Simmons, Malcolm          SO Coastal Carolina         50.00   6 49.993
 37 Frater, Donavon           SR Bethune-Cookman          50.00   5 49.996
 38 Corbin, Darren            JR Unattached               50.07   4       
 39 Watkins, Dwayne           FR Georgia Tech             50.27   5       
 40 Semaan, Thomas               Unattached               50.79   5       
 41 Scott, Raekwon            SO South Florida            52.38   6       
 42 Stone, Chris              FR Auburn                   52.56   6       
 43 Lafferty, Luke            FR South Florida            53.19   6       
 44 Sandling, Milton          FR Miami                    53.45   6       
 -- Oyowe, Will                  Llyod                      DNF   4       
 -- Jean, Ben                 FR Georgia Tech               DNF   3       
 -- Karam, Charles               Img Academy                DNF   4       
 -- Brookins, Terence         SR Florida Tech               DNS   4       
 -- Mezones, Freddy              Venezuela                  DNS   1       
 -- Clarit, Jahzeel           FR Unattached                 DNS   6       
 -- Dos Santos, Ricardo       SR Unattached                 DNS   1       
 -- Newberg, Dante            SO Florida State              DNS   6       
           
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on April 30, 2017, 06:42:15 AM
KAB placed 2nd in 11.15 and Hackett placed 6th in 11.43 in the same 100m race at the Tom Jones Memorial Invitational on Friday that was won by VCB.

http://www.halfmiletiming.com/live-results/2017/4.28.17uftomjones/results/main.php?file_id=170428F017&name=Tom%20Jones%20Memorial%20Invitational%20-%204/28/2017&website=www.halfmiletiming.com&address=Percy%20Beard%20Track%20at%20UF

Tom Jones Memorial Invitational - 4/28/2017

 Half-Mile Timing - Contractor License                      4/28/2017 - 3:27 PM
                  Tom Jones Memorial Invitational - 4/28/2017                 
                            www.halfmiletiming.com                             
                            Percy Beard Track at UF                           
 
Event 17  Women 100 Meter Dash

================================================================               
    Name                    Year School                  Finals               
================================================================               
Section  1     Wind: 0.7                                                       
  1 Campbell-Brown, Veronica     Modern Sprints           11.06               
  2 Baptiste, Kelly-Ann          Pure Athletics           11.15               
  3 Atkins, Joanna               Life Speed               11.33  11.324       
  4 Hayes, Quanera               Life Speed               11.36               
  5 Williams, Charonda           Adidas                   11.41  11.404       
  6 Hackett, Semoy               Unattached               11.43               
  7 Lueckenkemper, Gina          Unattached               11.45               
 -- Solomon, Shalonda            Unattached                 DNS               
 -- Ahoure, Murielle             Nike                       DNS               
Section  2     Wind: 3.1                                                       
  1 Williams, Bianca          SR Unattached               11.24               
  2 Sanders, Shayla           SR Florida                  11.33  11.321       
  3 Owusu-Agyapong, Flings    SR Unattached               11.35               
  4 Lansiquot, Imani             Great Britain            11.39               
  5 Okparaebo, Ezinne            Unattached               11.41  11.408       
  6 Helps, Shauna             SO Florida State            11.44               
  7 Jones, Cambrya               Unattached               11.60               
  8 Whitney, Kaylin              Star Athletics           11.67               
  9 Latvala, Hanna               Pure Athletics           11.70               
Section  3     Wind: 0.5                                                       
  1 Baldwin, Jacquelyn        SO Jacksonville             11.53               
  2 Martin, SheKara           SR Ucf                      11.54               
  3 Massie, Jada              SO South Florida            11.76               
  4 Jones, Deja               SR Florida Atlantic         11.82               
  5 Kemp, Ivanique               Bahamas                  11.99               
  6 Wilkerson, Regina         SR Florida Atlantic         12.26               
 -- Bellamy, J'Nea            SR Ucf                        DNS               
 -- Cavin, Aisha              SR Empire Athletics           DNS               
 -- Love, Yakira              SO N. Carolina A&T            DNS               
Section  4     Wind: -1.5                                                     
  1 Francis, Chelsea          SO South Florida            11.92               
  2 Frey, Carina              JR Coastal Carolina         12.10               
  3 Brown, Kiera              SO Florida State            12.19               
  4 Cunningham, Kimmie        FR Florida State            12.23               
  5 Lunn, Karissa             SO Coastal Carolina         12.36               
 -- Flagg, Nia                FR Florida State              DNS               
 -- Brown, Carolyn            SO Miami                      DNS               
Section  5     Wind: 0.5                                                       
  1 Gallmon, Loren            FR Ucf                      11.90               
  2 Massey, Tyra              FR Auburn                   12.00               
  3 Joe, Asia                 SO Bethune-Cookman          12.02               
  4 Stewart, Alina            FR Florida State            12.08               
  5 Smiling, Shalah           FR Jacksonville             12.09               
  6 Sudeall, Thea             FR Bethune-Cookman          12.27               
Section  6     Wind: 3.4                                                       
  1 Hines, Anacia             SO Coastal Carolina         11.75               
  2 Jones, Ciera              JR Florida State            11.97               
  3 Anthony, Jonnay           SO Coastal Carolina         11.98               
  4 Golden, Krysten           JR South Florida            12.03               
  5 Guerra, Victoria          FR Jacksonville             12.31               
 -- Gonzalez, Asia            FR Ucf                        DNS               
 -- Cooks, Amarrah            FR Jacksonville               DNS               
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Finals                                                                         
  1 Campbell-Brown, Veronica     Modern Sprints           11.06   0.7  1       
  2 Baptiste, Kelly-Ann          Pure Athletics           11.15   0.7  1       
  3 Williams, Bianca          SR Unattached               11.24   3.1  2       
  4 Sanders, Shayla           SR Florida                  11.33   3.1  2 11.321
  5 Atkins, Joanna               Life Speed               11.33   0.7  1 11.324
  6 Owusu-Agyapong, Flings    SR Unattached               11.35   3.1  2       
  7 Hayes, Quanera               Life Speed               11.36   0.7  1       
  8 Lansiquot, Imani             Great Britain            11.39   3.1  2       
  9 Williams, Charonda           Adidas                   11.41   0.7  1 11.404
 10 Okparaebo, Ezinne            Unattached               11.41   3.1  2 11.408
 11 Hackett, Semoy               Unattached               11.43   0.7  1       
 12 Helps, Shauna             SO Florida State            11.44   3.1  2       
 13 Lueckenkemper, Gina          Unattached               11.45   0.7  1       
 14 Baldwin, Jacquelyn        SO Jacksonville             11.53   0.5  3       
 15 Martin, SheKara           SR Ucf                      11.54   0.5  3       
 16 Jones, Cambrya               Unattached               11.60   3.1  2       
 17 Whitney, Kaylin              Star Athletics           11.67   3.1  2       
 18 Latvala, Hanna               Pure Athletics           11.70   3.1  2       
 19 Hines, Anacia             SO Coastal Carolina         11.75   3.4  6       
 20 Massie, Jada              SO South Florida            11.76   0.5  3       
 21 Jones, Deja               SR Florida Atlantic         11.82   0.5  3       
 22 Gallmon, Loren            FR Ucf                      11.90   0.5  5       
 23 Francis, Chelsea          SO South Florida            11.92  -1.5  4       
 24 Jones, Ciera              JR Florida State            11.97   3.4  6       
 25 Anthony, Jonnay           SO Coastal Carolina         11.98   3.4  6       
 26 Kemp, Ivanique               Bahamas                  11.99   0.5  3       
 27 Massey, Tyra              FR Auburn                   12.00   0.5  5       
 28 Joe, Asia                 SO Bethune-Cookman          12.02   0.5  5       
 29 Golden, Krysten           JR South Florida            12.03   3.4  6       
 30 Stewart, Alina            FR Florida State            12.08   0.5  5       
 31 Smiling, Shalah           FR Jacksonville             12.09   0.5  5       
 32 Frey, Carina              JR Coastal Carolina         12.10  -1.5  4       
 33 Brown, Kiera              SO Florida State            12.19  -1.5  4       
 34 Cunningham, Kimmie        FR Florida State            12.23  -1.5  4       
 35 Wilkerson, Regina         SR Florida Atlantic         12.26   0.5  3       
 36 Sudeall, Thea             FR Bethune-Cookman          12.27   0.5  5       
 37 Guerra, Victoria          FR Jacksonville             12.31   3.4  6       
 38 Lunn, Karissa             SO Coastal Carolina         12.36  -1.5  4       
 -- Bellamy, J'Nea            SR Ucf                        DNS   0.5  3       
 -- Gonzalez, Asia            FR Ucf                        DNS   3.4  6       
 -- Love, Yakira              SO N. Carolina A&T            DNS   0.5  3       
 -- Brown, Carolyn            SO Miami                      DNS  -1.5  4       
 -- Flagg, Nia                FR Florida State              DNS  -1.5  4       
 -- Cavin, Aisha              SR Empire Athletics           DNS   0.5  3       
 -- Cooks, Amarrah            FR Jacksonville               DNS   3.4  6       
 -- Ahoure, Murielle             Nike                       DNS   0.7  1       
 -- Solomon, Shalonda            Unattached                 DNS   0.7  1       
           
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on April 30, 2017, 07:16:13 AM
Bledman placed 2nd in 10.18 in Section 1 100m Final at the Tom Jones Memorial Invitational on Friday.

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Tom Jones Memorial Invitational - 4/28/2017

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                  Tom Jones Memorial Invitational - 4/28/2017                 
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Event 18  Men 100 Meter Dash

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    Name                    Year School                  Finals               
================================================================               
Section  1     Wind: 0.4                                                       
  1 Belcher, Christopher      SR N. Carolina A&T          10.05  10.048       
  2 Bledman, Keston              Pure Athletics           10.18  10.174       
  3 dasaolu, james               Nike                     10.18  10.180       
  4 Locke, Dentarius             Nike                     10.22               
  5 Hester, Tevin                Life Speed               10.24               
  6 Griffith, Adrian             Bahamas                  10.38               
  7 Phiri, Gerald                Pure Athletics           30.47               
 -- Wilson, Alex                 Swiss  Athletics            FS               
 -- Young, Isiah                 Nike                       DNS               
Section  2     Wind: 3.3                                                       
  1 Aikines-Aryeetey, Harry      Team Agile                9.97               
  2 Cambridge, Aska              Nike                     10.05  10.044       
  3 Edoburun, Ojie               Gbr-Adidas               10.07               
  4 Hudson, Cameron           SR Unattached               10.37  10.362       
  5 Stephens, Emmanuel           Unattached               10.41  10.407       
  6 Amaning, Edmond              Unattached               10.54               
 -- Cherry, D'Angelo             Unattached                 DNS               
 -- Kilty, Richard               Pure Athletics             DNS               
 -- Walker, Justin               Nike                       DNS               
Section  3     Wind: 3.4                                                       
  1 Clark, Ryan               SO Florida                  10.25               
  2 Timpson, Jr, Michael      SO Florida                  10.27               
  3 Rowe, Rodney              SO N. Carolina A&T          10.28               
  4 Fair, Kareem              JR Bethune-Cookman          10.37  10.364       
  5 Taylor, Isaiah            SO Miami                    10.41  10.405       
  6 Cameron, Nicardo          JR Florida Tech             10.51               
  7 Bailey, Henrick           JR Bethune-Cookman          10.62               
 -- Gabriel, Caleb            SR N. Carolina A&T             FS               
 -- Thomas, Joel              JR N. Carolina A&T            DNS               
Section  4     Wind: 2.0                                                       
  1 Tobais, Deji                 Unattached               10.21               
  2 Camilo, Paulo Andre       SR Unattached               10.23               
  3 Lawson, Confidence           Team England             10.52               
  4 Bolarinwa, David             Trackspeed1-UK           10.57               
  5 Kosenkow, Alexander          Unattached               10.84  10.840       
  6 adolphus, rhymiech        SR Unattached               10.90               
 -- Demps, Jeff                  Star Athletics             DNS               
 -- Stuart, Sean              SR Unattached                 DNS               
 -- Straub, Felix                Unattached                 DNS               
Section  5     Wind: 1.0                                                       
  1 Lima, David                  Portugal                 10.35               
  2 Spears, Tyson             FR Georgia Tech             10.45               
  3 Gunnz, Zachary            SR Georgia Tech             10.50               
  4 Daniels, Damien           JR Florida                  10.56               
  5 Taylor, Brandon           FR Miami                    10.64  10.637       
  6 Williams, Jordan          FR Bethune-Cookman          10.67               
  7 Parker, Cameron              Unattached               10.81               
 -- Okoye, Jon                SR Unattached                  FS               
 -- Thomas, Curtis            FR South Florida              DNS               
Section  6     Wind: 2.7                                                       
  1 Rodney, Shayne            SR Florida                  10.64  10.633       
  2 Starr, Cameron               Trackspeed1-UK           10.69               
  3 Murray, Brandon              Trackspeed1-UK           10.71               
  4 Yoon, Dae Young           SR South Florida            10.79               
  5 Fletcher, D'Andre         SO Coastal Carolina         10.84  10.836       
  6 Sampson, Joel             SO Bethune-Cookman          10.97               
 -- Harris, Tyrone            SR Shore AC                   DNS               
 -- Johnson, Travis           JR Auburn                     DNS               
 -- Newberg, Dante            SO Florida State              DNS               
Section  7     Wind: 1.8                                                       
  1 Simpson, Maurice          SO Georgia Tech             10.77               
  2 Francis, Rhys                Trackspeed1-UK           11.15               
  3 Taylor, D'Shea            SR Bethune-Cookman          11.26               
  4 Mallet, Chaka             SR Unattached               11.27               
  5 Jean-Noel, Donte          SO Bethune-Cookman          11.34               
  6 Weir, Michael             FR Unattached               11.35               
 -- Connelly, Gideon             Unattached                 DNS               
 -- Bishop, Antonio           SR Unattached                 DNS               
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    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind H#       
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Finals                                                                         
  1 Aikines-Aryeetey, Harry      Team Agile                9.97   3.3  2       
  2 Cambridge, Aska              Nike                     10.05   3.3  2 10.044
  3 Belcher, Christopher      SR N. Carolina A&T          10.05   0.4  1 10.048
  4 Edoburun, Ojie               Gbr-Adidas               10.07   3.3  2       
  5 Bledman, Keston              Pure Athletics           10.18   0.4  1 10.174
  6 dasaolu, james               Nike                     10.18   0.4  1 10.180
  7 Tobais, Deji                 Unattached               10.21   2.0  4       
  8 Locke, Dentarius             Nike                     10.22   0.4  1       
  9 Camilo, Paulo Andre       SR Unattached               10.23   2.0  4       
 10 Hester, Tevin                Life Speed               10.24   0.4  1       
 11 Clark, Ryan               SO Florida                  10.25   3.4  3       
 12 Timpson, Jr, Michael      SO Florida                  10.27   3.4  3       
 13 Rowe, Rodney              SO N. Carolina A&T          10.28   3.4  3       
 14 Lima, David                  Portugal                 10.35   1.0  5       
 15 Hudson, Cameron           SR Unattached               10.37   3.3  2 10.362
 16 Fair, Kareem              JR Bethune-Cookman          10.37   3.4  3 10.364
 17 Griffith, Adrian             Bahamas                  10.38   0.4  1       
 18 Taylor, Isaiah            SO Miami                    10.41   3.4  3 10.405
 19 Stephens, Emmanuel           Unattached               10.41   3.3  2 10.407
 20 Spears, Tyson             FR Georgia Tech             10.45   1.0  5       
 21 Gunnz, Zachary            SR Georgia Tech             10.50   1.0  5       
 22 Cameron, Nicardo          JR Florida Tech             10.51   3.4  3       
 23 Lawson, Confidence           Team England             10.52   2.0  4       
 24 Amaning, Edmond              Unattached               10.54   3.3  2       
 25 Daniels, Damien           JR Florida                  10.56   1.0  5       
 26 Bolarinwa, David             Trackspeed1-UK           10.57   2.0  4       
 27 Bailey, Henrick           JR Bethune-Cookman          10.62   3.4  3       
 28 Rodney, Shayne            SR Florida                  10.64   2.7  6 10.633
 29 Taylor, Brandon           FR Miami                    10.64   1.0  5 10.637
 30 Williams, Jordan          FR Bethune-Cookman          10.67   1.0  5       
 31 Starr, Cameron               Trackspeed1-UK           10.69   2.7  6       
 32 Murray, Brandon              Trackspeed1-UK           10.71   2.7  6       
 33 Simpson, Maurice          SO Georgia Tech             10.77   1.8  7       
 34 Yoon, Dae Young           SR South Florida            10.79   2.7  6       
 35 Parker, Cameron              Unattached               10.81   1.0  5       
 36 Fletcher, D'Andre         SO Coastal Carolina         10.84   2.7  6 10.836
 37 Kosenkow, Alexander          Unattached               10.84   2.0  4 10.840
 38 adolphus, rhymiech        SR Unattached               10.90   2.0  4       
 39 Sampson, Joel             SO Bethune-Cookman          10.97   2.7  6       
 40 Francis, Rhys                Trackspeed1-UK           11.15   1.8  7       
 41 Taylor, D'Shea            SR Bethune-Cookman          11.26   1.8  7       
 42 Mallet, Chaka             SR Unattached               11.27   1.8  7       
 43 Jean-Noel, Donte          SO Bethune-Cookman          11.34   1.8  7       
 44 Weir, Michael             FR Unattached               11.35   1.8  7       
 45 Phiri, Gerald                Pure Athletics           30.47   0.4  1       
 -- Okoye, Jon                SR Unattached                  FS   1.0  5       
 -- Gabriel, Caleb            SR N. Carolina A&T             FS   3.4  3       
 -- Wilson, Alex                 Swiss  Athletics            FS   0.4  1       
 -- Cherry, D'Angelo             Unattached                 DNS   3.3  2       
 -- Demps, Jeff                  Star Athletics             DNS   2.0  4       
 -- Harris, Tyrone            SR Shore AC                   DNS   2.7  6       
 -- Thomas, Curtis            FR South Florida              DNS   1.0  5       
 -- Thomas, Joel              JR N. Carolina A&T            DNS   3.4  3       
 -- Stuart, Sean              SR Unattached                 DNS   2.0  4       
 -- Newberg, Dante            SO Florida State              DNS   2.7  6       
 -- Johnson, Travis           JR Auburn                     DNS   2.7  6       
 -- Kilty, Richard               Pure Athletics             DNS   3.3  2       
 -- Walker, Justin               Nike                       DNS   3.3  2       
 -- Bishop, Antonio           SR Unattached                 DNS   1.8  7       
 -- Young, Isiah                 Nike                       DNS   0.4  1       
 -- Straub, Felix                Unattached                 DNS   2.0  4       
 -- Connelly, Gideon             Unattached                 DNS   1.8  7       
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on April 30, 2017, 07:28:30 AM
Hackett placed 2nd in the 200m Section 2 Final at the Tom Jones Memorial Invitational on Friday but there was a Timing Error on the Timing equipment which means no time was officially registered.

http://www.halfmiletiming.com/live-results/2017/4.28.17uftomjones/results/main.php?file_id=170428F019&name=Tom%20Jones%20Memorial%20Invitational%20-%204/28/2017&website=www.halfmiletiming.com&address=Percy%20Beard%20Track%20at%20UF

Tom Jones Memorial Invitational - 4/28/2017

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                     Tom Jones Memorial Invitational - 4/28/2017                     
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Event 19  Women 200 Meter Dash

================================================================                     
    Name                    Year School                  Finals                     
================================================================                     
Section  1     Wind: -0.3                                                           
  1 Bowie, Tori                  Pure Athletics           22.09                     
  2 Hayes, Quanera               Life Speed               22.55                     
  3 Townsend, Tiffany            Adidas                   22.72                     
  4 Atkins, Joanna               Life Speed               22.74                     
  5 Williams, Bianca          SR Unattached               22.83                     
  6 Solomon, Shalonda            Unattached               22.86                     
  7 Williams, Charonda           Adidas                   23.00                     
 -- Campbell-Brown, Veronica     Modern Sprints             DNS                     
Section  2     Wind: 1.4                                                             
 -- Jones, Cambrya               Unattached                  NT  Timing Error       
 -- Hackett, Semoy               Unattached                  NT  Timing Error       
 -- Onuora, Anyika               Unattached                  NT  Timing Error       
 -- Cavin, Aisha              SR Empire Athletics            NT  Timing Error       
 -- Alexander, Kineke            Empire Athletics            NT  Timing Error       
 -- Whitney, Kaylin              Star Athletics              NT  Timing Error       
 -- Borlee, Olivia               Belgium                    DNS                     
 -- Lueckenkemper, Gina          Unattached                 DNS                     
Section  3     Wind: 0.7                                                             
  1 Wimbley, Shakima          SR Miami                    22.47                     
  2 Jefferson, Kyra           SR Florida                  22.57                     
  3 Brown, India              JR N. Carolina A&T          22.98                     
  4 Sanders, Shayla           SR Florida                  23.24                     
  5 Helps, Shauna             SO Florida State            23.25                     
  6 Reynolds, Robin              Unattached               23.28                     
  7 Gause, Destinee           SR Florida                  23.29                     
 -- Owusu-Agyapong, Flings    SR Unattached                 DNS                     
Section  4     Wind: 0.4                                                             
  1 Baldwin, Jacquelyn        SO Jacksonville             23.19                     
  2 Knott, Kristina           JR Miami                    23.39                     
  3 Martin, SheKara           SR Ucf                      23.44                     
  4 Francis, Claudia             Unattached               23.51                     
  5 Barnett, Sharrika         SO Florida                  23.57                     
  6 Ellis, Brittny            SO Miami                    23.69                     
  7 Brown, Carolyn            SO Miami                    24.25                     
 -- Gonzalez, Asia            FR Ucf                        DNS                     
 -- Okparaebo, Ezinne            Unattached                 DNS                     
Section  5     Wind: 1.5                                                             
  1 Runia, Anna               SO Miami                    23.70                     
  2 Jocelyn, Ashley           SR Ucf                      23.86                     
  3 Francis, Chelsea          SO South Florida            24.03                     
  4 Morrison, Quamecha        SO Bethune-Cookman          24.05                     
  5 Townsend, Taliyah         FR N. Carolina A&T          24.16                     
  6 Wesh, Marlena             SR Unattached               25.37                     
  7 Smith, Dasia              JR Georgia Tech             26.05                     
 -- Hayden, Brianna           FR Georgia Tech               DNS                     
 -- Bellamy, J'Nea            SR Ucf                        DNS                     
Section  6     Wind: 0.1                                                             
  1 Love, Yakira              SO N. Carolina A&T          23.82                     
  2 Massey, Tyra              FR Auburn                   24.17                     
  3 Ford, Erin                SO Miami                    24.20                     
  4 Joe, Asia                 SO Bethune-Cookman          24.35                     
  5 Henderson, Angelica       JR Georgia Tech             24.56                     
  6 Frey, Carina              JR Coastal Carolina         24.61                     
  7 Setterington, Nicole      SR Florida State            24.86                     
  8 Wilkerson, Regina         SR Florida Atlantic         24.92                     
  9 Grimes, Hallie            JR North Florida            25.11                     
Section  7     Wind: 0.1                                                             
  1 Jones, Deja               SR Florida Atlantic         24.14                     
  2 Massie, Jada              SO South Florida            24.40  24.394             
  3 Lance, Naomi              SR Guelph                   24.50                     
  4 Anthony, Jonnay           SO Coastal Carolina         25.04                     
  5 Leacock, Trishelle        JR Miami                    25.24                     
 -- Boldin, Berneta           JR Florida Atlantic           DNS                     
 -- Knight, Morgan            JR N. Carolina A&T            DNS                     
 -- Johnson, Tyra             FR Ucf                        DNS                     
 -- Harris, Tiffany           FR Coastal Carolina           DNS                     
Section  8     Wind: -0.9                                                           
  1 Smiling, Shalah           FR Jacksonville             24.40  24.394             
  2 Gonzalez, Samantha        SO Miami                    24.46                     
  3 Gallmon, Loren            FR Ucf                      24.53                     
  4 Hall, Domonique           JR Georgia Tech             24.57                     
  5 Guerra, Victoria          FR Jacksonville             25.54                     
  6 Robinson, Kiana           SO Coastal Carolina         26.06                     
  7 Joseph, Marly             JR Webber                   26.81                     
 -- Farrington, Melissa-Mare  SR Florida State              DNS                     
 -- Macon, Asya               FR N. Carolina A&T            DNS                     
========================================================================             
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind H#             
========================================================================             
Finals                                                                               
  1 Bowie, Tori                  Pure Athletics           22.09  -0.3  1             
  2 Wimbley, Shakima          SR Miami                    22.47   0.7  3             
  3 Hayes, Quanera               Life Speed               22.55  -0.3  1             
  4 Jefferson, Kyra           SR Florida                  22.57   0.7  3             
  5 Townsend, Tiffany            Adidas                   22.72  -0.3  1             
  6 Atkins, Joanna               Life Speed               22.74  -0.3  1             
  7 Williams, Bianca          SR Unattached               22.83  -0.3  1             
  8 Solomon, Shalonda            Unattached               22.86  -0.3  1             
  9 Brown, India              JR N. Carolina A&T          22.98   0.7  3             
 10 Williams, Charonda           Adidas                   23.00  -0.3  1             
 11 Baldwin, Jacquelyn        SO Jacksonville             23.19   0.4  4             
 12 Sanders, Shayla           SR Florida                  23.24   0.7  3             
 13 Helps, Shauna             SO Florida State            23.25   0.7  3             
 14 Reynolds, Robin              Unattached               23.28   0.7  3             
 15 Gause, Destinee           SR Florida                  23.29   0.7  3             
 16 Knott, Kristina           JR Miami                    23.39   0.4  4             
 17 Martin, SheKara           SR Ucf                      23.44   0.4  4             
 18 Francis, Claudia             Unattached               23.51   0.4  4             
 19 Barnett, Sharrika         SO Florida                  23.57   0.4  4             
 20 Ellis, Brittny            SO Miami                    23.69   0.4  4             
 21 Runia, Anna               SO Miami                    23.70   1.5  5             
 22 Love, Yakira              SO N. Carolina A&T          23.82   0.1  6             
 23 Jocelyn, Ashley           SR Ucf                      23.86   1.5  5             
 24 Francis, Chelsea          SO South Florida            24.03   1.5  5             
 25 Morrison, Quamecha        SO Bethune-Cookman          24.05   1.5  5             
 26 Jones, Deja               SR Florida Atlantic         24.14   0.1  7             
 27 Townsend, Taliyah         FR N. Carolina A&T          24.16   1.5  5             
 28 Massey, Tyra              FR Auburn                   24.17   0.1  6             
 29 Ford, Erin                SO Miami                    24.20   0.1  6             
 30 Brown, Carolyn            SO Miami                    24.25   0.4  4             
 31 Joe, Asia                 SO Bethune-Cookman          24.35   0.1  6             
 32 Smiling, Shalah           FR Jacksonville             24.40  -0.9  8 24.394     
 32 Massie, Jada              SO South Florida            24.40   0.1  7 24.394     
 34 Gonzalez, Samantha        SO Miami                    24.46  -0.9  8             
 35 Lance, Naomi              SR Guelph                   24.50   0.1  7             
 36 Gallmon, Loren            FR Ucf                      24.53  -0.9  8             
 37 Henderson, Angelica       JR Georgia Tech             24.56   0.1  6             
 38 Hall, Domonique           JR Georgia Tech             24.57  -0.9  8             
 39 Frey, Carina              JR Coastal Carolina         24.61   0.1  6             
 40 Setterington, Nicole      SR Florida State            24.86   0.1  6             
 41 Wilkerson, Regina         SR Florida Atlantic         24.92   0.1  6             
 42 Anthony, Jonnay           SO Coastal Carolina         25.04   0.1  7             
 43 Grimes, Hallie            JR North Florida            25.11   0.1  6             
 44 Leacock, Trishelle        JR Miami                    25.24   0.1  7             
 45 Wesh, Marlena             SR Unattached               25.37   1.5  5             
 46 Guerra, Victoria          FR Jacksonville             25.54  -0.9  8             
 47 Smith, Dasia              JR Georgia Tech             26.05   1.5  5             
 48 Robinson, Kiana           SO Coastal Carolina         26.06  -0.9  8             
 49 Joseph, Marly             JR Webber                   26.81  -0.9  8             
 -- Jones, Cambrya               Unattached                  NT   1.4  2 Timing Error
 -- Alexander, Kineke            Empire Athletics            NT   1.4  2 Timing Error
 -- Cavin, Aisha              SR Empire Athletics            NT   1.4  2 Timing Error
 -- Onuora, Anyika               Unattached                  NT   1.4  2 Timing Error
 -- Whitney, Kaylin              Star Athletics              NT   1.4  2 Timing Error
 -- Hackett, Semoy               Unattached                  NT   1.4  2 Timing Error
 -- Campbell-Brown, Veronica     Modern Sprints             DNS  -0.3  1             
 -- Borlee, Olivia               Belgium                    DNS   1.4  2             
 -- Knight, Morgan            JR N. Carolina A&T            DNS   0.1  7             
 -- Hayden, Brianna           FR Georgia Tech               DNS   1.5  5             
 -- Macon, Asya               FR N. Carolina A&T            DNS  -0.9  8             
 -- Harris, Tiffany           FR Coastal Carolina           DNS   0.1  7             
 -- Farrington, Melissa-Mare  SR Florida State              DNS  -0.9  8             
 -- Boldin, Berneta           JR Florida Atlantic           DNS   0.1  7             
 -- Okparaebo, Ezinne            Unattached                 DNS   0.4  4             
 -- Owusu-Agyapong, Flings    SR Unattached                 DNS   0.7  3             
 -- Lueckenkemper, Gina          Unattached                 DNS   1.4  2             
 -- Gonzalez, Asia            FR Ucf                        DNS   0.4  4             
 -- Bellamy, J'Nea            SR Ucf                        DNS   1.5  5             
 -- Johnson, Tyra             FR Ucf                        DNS   0.1  7             
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on April 30, 2017, 07:53:36 AM
MLA ran a wind-aided 10.95 at the Texas Longhorns Invitational 2017 on Saturday.

http://live.pttiming.com/?mid=1217

Texas Longhorns Invitational 2017

SATURDAY 7:20 PM | FINAL
Women's 100m

Results

PLACE      ATHLETE   RESULT   WIND   HEAT   LN/POS
1      Alexandria Anderson Nike   10.95 10.946 4.4 m/s   1 (1)   6
2      Michelle Lee Ahye ADIDAS   10.95 10.950 4.4 m/s   1 (2)   5
3      Sabrina Moore TCU [JR]   11.41 10 Pts   4.4 m/s   1 (3)   4
4      Sydney Howells UTSA [SO]   11.48 8 Pts   4.4 m/s   1 (4)   8
5      De'Stini Henderson UTSA [SO]   11.49 6 Pts   6.6 m/s   2 (1)   7
6      Chelsea Hayes Unattached   11.56   4.4 m/s   1 (5)   7
7      Judy Emeodi TCU [SR]   11.64 5 Pts   4.4 m/s   1 (6)   9
8      Briona Oliver TCU [JR]   11.65 4 Pts   6.6 m/s   2 (2)   6
9      Iphona Paiement TCU [SR]   11.76 3 Pts   4.4 m/s   1 (7)   2
10      Der'Renae Freeman ADIDAS   11.78   6.6 m/s   2 (3)   4
11      Virgil Hodge St. Kitts   12.00   4.4 m/s   1 (8 )   3
12      Missy Mongiovi Stanford [SO]   12.05 2 Pts   6.6 m/s   2 (4)   8
13      Daresha Petitt UTSA [SO]   12.47 1 Pt   6.6 m/s   2 (5)   2
DNS      Remona Burchell ADIDAS         2   5
DNS      Emily Wright TCU [FR]         2   3

HEAT 1
WIND: 4.4 M/S
PL      ATHLETE   MARK   LN/POS
1 (1)      Alexandria Anderson Nike   10.95   6
2 (2)      Michelle Lee Ahye =ADIDAS   10.95   5
3 (3)      Sabrina Moore TCU [JR]   11.41   4
4 (4)      Sydney Howells UTSA [SO]   11.48   8
5 (6)      Chelsea Hayes Unattached   11.56   7
6 (7)      Judy Emeodi TCU [SR]   11.64   9
7 (9)      Iphona Paiement TCU [SR]   11.76   2
8 (11)      Virgil Hodge St. Kitts   12.00   3

HEAT 2
WIND: 6.6 M/S
PL      ATHLETE   MARK   LN/POS
1 (5)      De'Stini Henderson UTSA [SO]   11.49   7
2 (8 )      Briona Oliver TCU [JR]   11.65   6
3 (10)      Der'Renae Freeman ADIDAS   11.78   4
4 (12)      Missy Mongiovi Stanford [SO]   12.05   8
5 (13)      Daresha Petitt UTSA [SO]   12.47   2
DNS      Remona Burchell ADIDAS      5
DNS      Emily Wright TCU [FR]      3
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 01, 2017, 05:15:58 AM
Ruebin Walters ran a wind-aided 13.52 in the Section 1 110m Hurdles Final at the 2017 SEC Relays on Friday.

http://results.deltatiming.com/lsu/tf/2017-sec-relays/170428F008

2017 SEC Relays

 Delta Timing Group - Contractor License                    4/28/2017 - 8:55 PM
                   2017 SEC Relays - 4/28/2017 to 4/29/2017                   
                             Bernie Moore Stadium                             
 
Event 8  Men 110 Meter Hurdles

===============================================================================
 Final (Sections against time)                                                 
     Stadium: s 13.36  2002        Ron Bramlett, Alabama                       
         LSU: L 13.32  2012        Barrett Nugent, LSU                         
  Collegiate: C 13.00  1979        Renaldo Nehemiah, Maryland                 
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind H# Points
===============================================================================
Finals                                                                         
  1       Nick Anderson       SR Kentucky                 13.50   2.3  1       
  2       Ruebin Walters      JR Alabama                  13.52   2.3  1       
  3       Keane Bland            Unattached               13.81   2.5  2       
  4       Daniel Roberts      FR Kentucky                 13.89   2.3  1       
  5       Joshua Thompson        Tiger Olympians          13.95   2.5  2       
  6       Larry Donald        JR Arkansas                 13.96   2.3  1       
  7       Angelo Goss         JR Alabama                  14.08   2.3  1       
  8       Ro'Derick Spears    SR Miss State               14.19   2.3  1       
  9       Tyler Guillory      FR Texas A&M                14.33   2.5  2       
 10       Willie Reed         JR Miss State               14.69   2.3  1       
 11       Travius Chambers    JR Arkansas                 15.16   2.5  2       
 12       Jordan Johnson      FR Texas A&M                15.64   2.5  2       
 --       Herbert Wise III    FR Miss State                 DNF   2.5  2       
 --       Kemar Mowatt        JR Arkansas                   DNS   2.3  1       
 --       Caleb Wilt          SO Kentucky                   DNS   2.3  1       
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 01, 2017, 05:24:41 AM
Jereem Richards won the 400m Section 1 Final in 45.47 which was the fastest time of the meet at the 2017 SEC Relays on Friday.

http://results.deltatiming.com/lsu/tf/2017-sec-relays/170428F010

2017 SEC Relays

 Delta Timing Group - Contractor License               4/28/2017 - 8:55 PM
                 2017 SEC Relays - 4/28/2017 to 4/29/2017                 
                           Bernie Moore Stadium                           
 
Event 10  Men 400 Meter Dash

==========================================================================
 Final (Sections against time)                                           
     Stadium: s 44.12  1987        Butch Reynolds, Ohio State             
         LSU: L 44.29  1999        Derrick Brew, LSU                     
  Collegiate: C 44.00  1992        Quincy Watts, USC                     
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  H# Points
==========================================================================
Finals                                                                   
  1       Jereem Richards     JR Alabama                  45.47   1       
  2       Rhayko Schwartz     SO Arkansas                 46.13   1       
  3       Philip Osei            Athletics Canada         46.14   2       
  4       Richard Rose        SO Texas A&M                46.22   1       
  5       Stephan James       JR Miss State               46.35   1       
  6       Eric Janise         SR Arkansas                 46.66   1       
  7       Jamarco Stephen     JR Arkansas                 46.91   1       
  8       Roy Ejiakuekwu      SO Arkansas                 47.54   1       
  9       John Winn           FR Arkansas                 47.68   2       
 10       Philip Smith        SR Miss State               48.36   1       
 11       Darryl Harris       SO Tennessee                48.46   2       
 12       Alvin Westbrook     FR Ole Miss                 49.60   2       
 13       Nick DeRay          FR Ole Miss                 49.82   2   
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 01, 2017, 05:43:41 AM
Ruebin Walters ran 54.36 in the Section 1 400m Hurdles Final at the 2017 SEC Relays on Friday.

http://results.deltatiming.com/lsu/tf/2017-sec-relays/170428F016

2017 SEC Relays

 Delta Timing Group - Contractor License               4/28/2017 - 8:55 PM
                 2017 SEC Relays - 4/28/2017 to 4/29/2017                 
                           Bernie Moore Stadium                           
 
Event 16  Men 400 Meter Hurdles

==========================================================================
 Final (Sections against time)                                           
     Stadium: s 48.16  2002        Rickey Harris, Florida                 
         LSU: L 47.67  2005        Bennie Brazell, LSU                   
  Collegiate: C 47.56  2005        Kerron Clement, Florida               
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  H# Points
==========================================================================
Finals                                                                   
  1       Kemar Mowatt        JR Arkansas                 49.09   1       
  2       Robert Grant        JR Texas A&M                49.78   1       
  3       Alfred Larry           Unattached               50.75   2       
  4       Larry Donald        JR Arkansas                 51.20   1       
  5       Ilolo Izu           SO Texas A&M                51.47   1       
  6       Travius Chambers    JR Arkansas                 51.57   1       
  7       Infinite Tucker     FR Texas A&M                52.77   1       
  8       Ruebin Walters      JR Alabama                  54.36   1       
  9       William Walker      SO Kentucky                 55.17   2       
 10       Joshua McLemore     FR Tennessee                56.74   1       
 11       Trace Walters       FR Ole Miss               1:06.31   2       
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 01, 2017, 05:51:42 AM
Kayelle Clarke was 5th in the Section 1 200m Final in a wind-aided 23.39 at the 2017 SEC Relays on Friday.

http://results.deltatiming.com/lsu/tf/2017-sec-relays/170428F017

2017 SEC Relays

 Delta Timing Group - Contractor License                     4/28/2017 - 8:55 PM
                    2017 SEC Relays - 4/28/2017 to 4/29/2017                   
                              Bernie Moore Stadium                             
 
Event 17  Women 200 Meter Dash

===============================================================================
 Final (Sections against time)                                                 
     Stadium: s 22.47  2004        Muna Lee, LSU                               
         LSU: L 22.04  1989        Dawn Sowell, LSU                             
  Collegiate: C 22.19  2012        Kimberly Duncan, LSU                         
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind H# Points
===============================================================================
Finals                                                                         
  1       Destiny Carter      SR Kentucky                 22.88   2.6  1       
  2       Shania Collins      SO Tennessee                23.06   2.6  1  23.053
  3       Kianna Gray         SO Kentucky                 23.06   2.6  1  23.060
  4       Rachel Misher       SO LSU                      23.22   3.2  2       
  5       Takyera Roberson    FR Alabama                  23.23   3.2  2  23.226
  6       Kiara Parker        SO Arkansas                 23.23   3.2  2  23.230
  7       Javianne Oliver     SR Kentucky                 23.25   2.6  1       
  8       Lenysse Dyer        SO Tennessee                23.38   3.2  2       
  9       Kayelle Clarke      JR Kentucky                 23.39   2.6  1       
 10       Cassondra Hall      FR LSU                      23.40   2.6  1       
 11       Diamond Gause       SR Alabama                  23.42   3.2  2       
 12       Precious Hitchcock  SR Kentucky                 23.47   3.2  2       
 13       Payton Stumbaugh    JR Arkansas                 23.59   1.1  3       
 14       Symone Darius       FR Alabama                  23.72   1.1  3       
 15       Maia McCoy          SO Tennessee                23.79   1.1  3       
 16       Sha'Keela Saunders  SR Kentucky                 23.85   1.1  3       
 17       Farah Jacques       SR Athletics Canada         23.87   1.1  3       
 18       Deanna Tate         SR Ole Miss                 23.91   3.1  4  23.905
 19       Jasmine Camacho-Qu  SO Kentucky                 23.91   2.6  1  23.908
 20       Shai-Anne Davis     SR Athletics Canada         24.00   1.1  3  23.999
 20       Rushell Harvey      SR LSU                      24.00   1.1  3  23.999
 22       Domonique Williams  SR Alabama                  24.08   3.1  4       
 23       Justice Sims        FR Miss State               24.11   3.1  4       
 24       Jacklyn Howell      JR Kentucky                 24.26   3.1  4       
 25       Brianna Sims        SR Alabama                  24.29   3.1  4       
 26       Whitney Rowe        SR Athletics Canada         24.47   1.1  3       
 27       Kymber Payne        JR LSU                      24.50   3.1  4       
 28       Layla White         SO Tennessee                24.75   3.1  4       
 29       Brittany Kelly      SO LSU                      25.21   2.1  5       
 30       Keterra Harris      JR LSU                      25.31   2.1  5       
 31       Maya Neal           SO Tennessee                25.37   2.1  5       
 32       Nicole Sassaman     SR Alabama                  25.39   2.1  5       
 33       Sarah Goodale       SR Vanderbilt               25.70   2.1  5       
 34       Domonique Turner    FR Tennessee                25.75   2.1  5       
 --       Jennifer Edobi      JR Vanderbilt                 DNF   3.1  4       
 --       Becca Schulte       FR Vanderbilt                 DNS   2.1  5 
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 01, 2017, 05:58:08 AM
Shermund Allsop was 7th in the Section 2 200m Final in a wind-aided 21.54 at the 2017 SEC Relays on Friday. Xavier Mulugata was scheduled to run but did not start (DNS) in the Section 1 Final.

http://results.deltatiming.com/lsu/tf/2017-sec-relays/170428F018

2017 SEC Relays

 Delta Timing Group - Contractor License                     4/28/2017 - 8:55 PM
                    2017 SEC Relays - 4/28/2017 to 4/29/2017                   
                              Bernie Moore Stadium                             
 
Event 18  Men 200 Meter Dash

===============================================================================
 Final (Sections against time)                                                 
     Stadium: s 19.98  1998        Justin Gatlin, Tennessee                     
         LSU: L 19.63  2006        Xavier Carter, LSU                           
  Collegiate: C 19.69  2007        Walter Dix, Florida St                       
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind H# Points
===============================================================================
Finals                                                                         
  1       Gavin Smellie       SR Athletics Canada         20.52   4.4  2       
  2       Elijah Morrow       JR Texas A&M                20.67   2.8  1       
  3       Tinashe Mutanga     SR LSU                      20.85   2.8  1       
  4       Renard Howell          Unattached               20.95   4.4  2       
  5       Will Allen          FR Alabama                  20.96   4.4  2       
  6       Oluwasegun Makinde  SR Athletics Canada         20.98   4.4  2       
  7       Kevin Harris        SO Arkansas                 21.10   2.8  1       
  8       Lamar Bruton        SR LSU                      21.21   2.8  1       
  9       Jace Comick         FR Texas A&M                21.34   2.8  1       
 10       Nick Anderson       SR Kentucky                 21.39   4.4  2       
 11       Ari Cogdell         SO Tennessee                21.42   4.4  2  21.412
 12       Terry Jernigan      JR Alabama                  21.42   2.8  1  21.415
 13       Shermund Allsop        Tiger Olympians          21.54   4.4  2       
 14       Fred Dorsey         JR Kentucky                 21.58  -0.1  3       
 15       Malik Elion         JR Tennessee                21.70  -0.1  3       
 16       Skyler Bowden       SO Alabama                  21.83  -0.1  3  21.823
 17       Andrew Raspo        FR Ole Miss                 21.83  -0.1  3  21.830
 18       Daniel Roberts      FR Kentucky                 21.88  -0.1  3       
 19       Darryl Harris       SO Tennessee                22.07  -0.1  3       
 20       Craig Green         FR Kentucky                 22.18   2.8  1       
 21       Mohammed Abubakar   JR Kentucky                 22.72  -0.1  3       
 --       Nathan Strother     JR Tennessee                  DNS   4.4  2       
 --       Xavier Mulugata     FR LSU                        DNS  -0.1  3       
 --       Mustaqeem Williams  SO Tennessee                  DNS   2.8  1       
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 02, 2017, 06:29:37 AM
Sparkle McKnight was 7th in 60.15 in the Women 400m Hurdles Special at the 2017 Drake Relays on Saturday.

http://sidearmstats.com/drake/track/170426F485.htm

2017 Drake Relays

 Drake Stadium - Site License                4/29/2017 - 4:05 PM
 2017 Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee - 4/26/2017 to 4/29/2017
                  "America's Athletic Classic"                 
 
Event 485  Women 400 M Hurdles Special

================================================================
      Relays: D 54.41  2013        Zuzana Hejnova, Czech Republi
    Name                    Year School                  Finals
================================================================
Finals                                                         
  1 Moline, Georganne            Nike                     54.66
  2 Carter, Kori                 Jordan Brand             54.72
  3 Nugent, Leah                 Puma                     55.94
  4 Adekoya, Kemi                Nike                     56.29
  5 Tate, Cassandra              adidas                   56.77
  6 Montcalm, Noelle             Canada                   58.06
  7 McKnight, Sparkle            adidas                   60.15
 -- Spencer, Ashley              Nike                       DNF
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 02, 2017, 06:35:22 AM
Jehue Gordon was 6th in 51.93 in the Men 400m Hurdles Special at the 2017 Drake Relays on Friday.

Michael Stigler wins men's 400mh in 49.07 drake relays 2017; Jehue 6th
https://www.youtube.com/v/TNOifBeXGiE

http://sidearmstats.com/drake/track/170426F405.htm

2017 Drake Relays

 Dr Drake Stadium - Site License               4/28/2017 - 9:21 PM
2017 Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee - 4/26/2017 to 4/29/2017
                 "America's Athletic Classic"                 
 
Event 405  Men 400 M Hurdles Special

===============================================================
      Relays: D 48.28  1986        Danny Harris, Iowa State   
    Name                    Year School                  Finals
===============================================================
Finals                                                         
  1 Stigler, Michael             adidas                   49.07
  2 Jackson, Bershawn            Nike                     49.70
  3 Culson, Javier               Puerto Rico              49.78
  4 Downing, Quincy              USA                      50.39
  5 Whyte, Annsert               Jamaica                  51.71
  6 Gordon, Jehue                adidas                   51.93
  7 Cray, Eric                   Phillipines              52.10
  8 Bennett, LaRon               Like A Pro               52.31
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 02, 2017, 06:41:30 AM
Renny Quow did not finish in the Men 400m Special at the 2017 Drake Relays on Friday.
Lets hope he is not injured.

Lashawn Merritt 45.42 wins men's 400m at 2017 Drake Relays; Quow in lane 7 DNS
https://www.youtube.com/v/vt1Xj4mFiCo

http://sidearmstats.com/drake/track/170426F390.htm

2017 Drake Relays

 Drake Stadium - Site License               4/28/2017 - 9:21 PM
2017 Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee - 4/26/2017 to 4/29/2017
                 "America's Athletic Classic"                 
 
Event 390  Men 400 M Special

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      Relays: D 44.08  2016        Kirani James, Nike         
    Name                    Year School                  Finals
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Finals                                                         
  1 Merritt, LaShawn             Unattached/USA           45.41
  2 Norwood, Vernon              New Balance              45.68
  3 McQuay, Tony                 adidas                   45.89
  4 Dedewo, Paul                 Altis                    45.96
  5 Wright, Dontavius            USA                      46.11
  6 James, Kirani                Nike                     46.21
  7 Verburg, David               adidas                   46.43
 -- Quow, Renny                  adidas                     DNF
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 02, 2017, 07:28:15 AM
Queen's Royal College featuring Jerod Elcock (48.4), David Peirece (49.7), Jahi Hernandez (54.10) and Joshua St. Clair (48.73) were 8th in the High School Boys' 4x400 Championship of America on Saturday at the 2017 Penn Relays.

Calabar blazes to 3:08:59 NEW RECORD HSB 4x400m relay FINAL 2017 Penn Relay
https://www.youtube.com/v/oWDbxArNK-M

http://pennrelaysonline.com/Results/results.aspx?en=490

Penn Relays 2017

High School Boys' 4x400 Championship of America
EVENT 490SATURDAY 5:30 PM
Presented by Grace Foods
In Memory of Larry Byrne

Records
NR   Hawthorne (Calif.)   3:07.40   1985   Michael Graham (48.1), Mike Marsh (47.7), Sean Kelly (47.1), Henry Thomas (44.5)
PR   John Muir (Pasadena, Ca.)   3:08.72   1997   Jucorie Tyron (48.0), Shaheed McCullough (49.8 ), Sultan McCullough (45.8 ), Obea Moore (45.1)

RESULTS


PL   SCHOOL/AFFILIATION   MARK   ATHLETES   ID   
1   Calabar  (Kingston, JAM)   3:08.59   Anthony Carpenter (47.3), Aykeeme Francis (48.2), Malik James-King (46.91), Christopher Taylor (46.13)   AD   
2   Edwin Allen  (Clarendon, JAM)   3:10.09   Calvaton Reid (49.1), Chevannie Hanson (46.3), Jevaughn Powell (46.75), Shamar Deacon (47.90)   AC   
3   Kingston College  (East Kingston, JAM)   3:10.66   Nathaniel Bann (48.3), Tyreke Bryan (46.6), Jhevaughn Matherson (48.00), John-Marc Smith (47.77)   AB   
4   Jamaica College  (Kingston, JAM)   3:11.18   Keco Morrison (48.4), Phillip Lemonios (47.7), Maleik SMith (47.35), Colby Jennings (47.76)   AA   
5   East Orange  (East Orange, NJ)   3:14.35   Kishaun Richardson (49.0), Akeem Lindo (48.3), Immyouri Etienne (49.27), Cory Poole (46.83)   AG   
6   Oxon Hill  (Oxon Hill, MD)   3:16.32   Daniel George (50.6), Gary Ross (47.7), Randy Serville (51.20), Aaron Robinson (46.84)   AE   
7   Bullis School  (Potomac, MD)   3:17.49   Austin Allen (50.2), Eric Allen (49.4), Jalen Hill (49.05), Ashton Allen (48.87)   AF   
8   Queen's Royal Coll  (Port of Spain, TRI)   3:20.99   Jerod Elcock (48.4), David Peirece (49.7), Jahi Hernandez (54.10), Joshua St. Clair (48.73)   AH   
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on May 06, 2017, 09:55:48 AM

Someone send a message to Jehue and let him know this is make or break year. Since his world title couple years ago he has regressed badly over the years. Hope to see a turn around this year
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on May 06, 2017, 12:19:29 PM
He switched to camp Brauman in Florida earlier this year, so there might be a period of transition. He has some serious quarter horses to train with now in Cedenio and Gardiner from the Bahamas, so hopefully it rubs off
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 09, 2017, 01:23:39 PM
Sparkle McKnight won the Women 400m Hurdles Final at the 2017 Arkansas Twilight Meet on Friday in 57.57.

http://www.flashresults.com/2017_Meets/Outdoor/05-05_ArkansasTwilight/010-1_compiled.htm

2017 Arkansas Twilight Meet

Arkansas Twilight | Fayetteville, AR | May 5, 2017

Women 400 M Hurdles (Final)   Official
Friday 7:55 PM   Total Races: 1

Results: Women 400 M Hurdles (Final)


Place      Athlete      Affiliation   Time                  
1      Sparkle MCKNIGHT      Trinidad & Tobago   57.57                  
2      Kiara JONES   JR   Tulsa   1:00.45                  
3      Cheyenne HORNBACK   SR   Southern Nazarene   1:01.30                  
4      Sarah ROBINSON   JR   Oklahoma State   1:03.02                  
5      Cydney FOGLE   SR   Tulsa   1:05.22                  
6      Jada POLLARD   SO   Arkansas   1:05.42                  
   Kennedy TURNER   SO   Oklahoma State   DNS                  

Women 400 M Hurdles | Updated: Fri May 05 20:38:31
Fair, 60F, Wind: 5mph from the NW, Humidity: 55%, Pressure: 28.64in
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on May 12, 2017, 12:33:55 AM
AND this is just the heats...

Results
Advance winners plus next 4 fastest times to final
PLACE      ATHLETE   RESULT   WIND   HEAT   LN/POS
1      Jereem Richards
Alabama [JR]   19.98 Q   3.3 m/s   5
(1)   6
2      Christian Coleman
Tennessee [JR]   20.19 Q
20.187
2.3 m/s   3 (1)   7
3      Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake
LSU [SR]   20.19 Q
20.190
2.6 m/s   2 (1)   6
4      Ncincilili Titi
South Carolina [SR]   20.29 Q   2.3 m/s   1 (1)   5
5      Josh Washington
Arkansas [SR]   20.31 q   2.3 m/s   1 (2)   4
6      Kendal Williams
Georgia [SO]   20.35 Q   3.0 m/s   4 (1)   4
7      Kahlil Henderson
Auburn [SR]   20.44 q   3.3 m/s   5 (2)   3
8      Teray Smith
Auburn [SR]   20.47 q   3.0 m/s   4 (2)   9
9      Kenzo Cotton
Arkansas [JR]   20.54 q   2.6 m/s   2 (2)   9
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 12, 2017, 05:15:22 AM
Although there was a strong tail wind, his closest competitor finished the race almost a half second behind him.. meaning that he turned off the gas towards the end as this is just THE HEATS. He  will get sub 20 by the end of the college season. But I expecting a legal sub 20 by the end of the weekend. . Finally our first sub 20 man in 20 years. At this rate, Ato 200m NR will be broken by JR.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on May 13, 2017, 12:37:45 PM
100 METRES WOMEN OVERVIEW    CHANGE EVENT
FINAL
RESULT
13 MAY 2017 WIND -0.3  PLEASE CLICK ON A ROW BELOW TO VIEW MORE INFORMATION
1      Elaine THOMPSON   JAM 10.78      
2      Tori BOWIE   USA 11.04   
3      Marie-Josée TA LOU   CIV 11.07      
4      Michelle-Lee AHYE   TTO 11.21      
5      Murielle AHOURÉ   CIV 11.22      
6      Veronica CAMPBELL-BROWN   JAM 11.23      
7      Morolake AKINOSUN   USA 11.24      
8      Christania WILLIAMS   JAM 11.33      
9      Tianna BARTOLETTA   USA 11.49         
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on May 13, 2017, 02:44:53 PM
Not trini,  but our Bahamas relays M 4x4 performance may have well been the signal of the end of our Caribbean stranglehold on the event.

2 Jamaican freshmen in the past few minutes...
PLACE      ATHLETE   RESULT   LN/POS
1      Fred Kerley
Texas A&M [SR]   44.30
10 Pts   6
2      Nathon Allen
Auburn [FR]   44.52
8 Pts   7
3      Akeem Bloomfield
Auburn [FR]   44.81
6 Pts   5

4      Michael Cherry
LSU [SR]   45.09
5 Pts   4
5      Mylik Kerley
Texas A&M [JR]   45.60
4 Pts   8
6      Steven Gayle
Alabama [SR]   46.04
3 Pts   1
7      Kunle Fasasi
Florida [SO]   46.09
2 Pts   3
8      Randall Ceneus
Auburn [SO]   46.33
1 Pt   2
9      Obi Igbokwe
Arkansas [SO]   46.84   9
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on May 13, 2017, 03:39:26 PM
Results
WIND: 0.6 M/S
PLACE      ATHLETE   RESULT   LN/POS
1      Christian Coleman
Tennessee [JR]   19.98
10 Pts   7
2      Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake
LSU [SR]   20.09
8 Pts   5
3      Jereem Richards
Alabama [JR]   20.22
6 Pts   6

4      Kendal Williams
Georgia [SO]   20.30
5 Pts   4
5      Ncincilili Titi
South Carolina [SR]   20.65
4 Pts   8
6      Kahlil Henderson
Auburn [SR]   20.69
3 Pts   3
7      Josh Washington
Arkansas [SR]   20.72
2 Pts   9
8      Teray Smith
Auburn [SR]   20.73
1 Pt   2
9      Kenzo Cotton
Arkansas [JR]   20.81   1
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: ffisback on May 13, 2017, 10:30:35 PM
Not trini,  but our Bahamas relays M 4x4 performance may have well been the signal of the end of our Caribbean stranglehold on the event.

2 Jamaican freshmen in the past few minutes...
PLACE      ATHLETE   RESULT   LN/POS
1      Fred Kerley
Texas A&M [SR]   44.30
10 Pts   6
2      Nathon Allen
Auburn [FR]   44.52
8 Pts   7
3      Akeem Bloomfield
Auburn [FR]   44.81
6 Pts   5

4      Michael Cherry
LSU [SR]   45.09
5 Pts   4
5      Mylik Kerley
Texas A&M [JR]   45.60
4 Pts   8
6      Steven Gayle
Alabama [SR]   46.04
3 Pts   1
7      Kunle Fasasi
Florida [SO]   46.09
2 Pts   3
8      Randall Ceneus
Auburn [SO]   46.33
1 Pt   2
9      Obi Igbokwe
Arkansas [SO]   46.84   9
T&T does not have the depth to compete with Jamaica we are always depending on the same 5 guys to bring home a medal every year we now have 6 guys that can run low 45s Jamaica has double that T&T cannot afford injuries to anyone .
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 14, 2017, 08:55:53 AM
Not trini,  but our Bahamas relays M 4x4 performance may have well been the signal of the end of our Caribbean stranglehold on the event.

2 Jamaican freshmen in the past few minutes...
PLACE      ATHLETE   RESULT   LN/POS
1      Fred Kerley
Texas A&M [SR]   44.30
10 Pts   6
2      Nathon Allen
Auburn [FR]   44.52
8 Pts   7
3      Akeem Bloomfield
Auburn [FR]   44.81
6 Pts   5

4      Michael Cherry
LSU [SR]   45.09
5 Pts   4
5      Mylik Kerley
Texas A&M [JR]   45.60
4 Pts   8
6      Steven Gayle
Alabama [SR]   46.04
3 Pts   1
7      Kunle Fasasi
Florida [SO]   46.09
2 Pts   3
8      Randall Ceneus
Auburn [SO]   46.33
1 Pt   2
9      Obi Igbokwe
Arkansas [SO]   46.84   9
T&T does not have the depth to compete with Jamaica we are always depending on the same 5 guys to bring home a medal every year we now have 6 guys that can run low 45s Jamaica has double that T&T cannot afford injuries to anyone .

Jamaica has gotten back into the mix in the 400m and 4x400. But it isnt as gloom as it may look at the moment for us. Our weakness lies in the poor decisions that our administration makes. We seen this in the recent world relays and Rio. 

We got about 3 guys capable of running mid 44s i.e. Quow, Lalonde, Lendore. Then we have 1 guy who will crack the 44s barrier very soon i.e. Cedenio. Solomon is a fighter. But he needs to be at his best to make that 4x400 team. The sad thing is that he is in his early 30s. So he might need to put more focus on training and less on running his business, if he wants to keep a spot on the team.

Now Jereem Richards came at the right time. From what I seen recently, he is capable of running a mid 44s easily. His 200m speed and 400m strength is what we need to get back into medal contention. Regardless, I'm happy that we finally got a world class 200m runner.

One result that was overlooked this weekend is Domonique Williams second place finish at the SEC this weekend. She ran a low 52.. Which is still about a second and a half off of World class status. But she is improving.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: ffisback on May 14, 2017, 01:27:25 PM
Not trini,  but our Bahamas relays M 4x4 performance may have well been the signal of the end of our Caribbean stranglehold on the event.

2 Jamaican freshmen in the past few minutes...
PLACE      ATHLETE   RESULT   LN/POS
1      Fred Kerley
Texas A&M [SR]   44.30
10 Pts   6
2      Nathon Allen
Auburn [FR]   44.52
8 Pts   7
3      Akeem Bloomfield
Auburn [FR]   44.81
6 Pts   5

4      Michael Cherry
LSU [SR]   45.09
5 Pts   4
5      Mylik Kerley
Texas A&M [JR]   45.60
4 Pts   8
6      Steven Gayle
Alabama [SR]   46.04
3 Pts   1
7      Kunle Fasasi
Florida [SO]   46.09
2 Pts   3
8      Randall Ceneus
Auburn [SO]   46.33
1 Pt   2
9      Obi Igbokwe
Arkansas [SO]   46.84   9
T&T does not have the depth to compete with Jamaica we are always depending on the same 5 guys to bring home a medal every year we now have 6 guys that can run low 45s Jamaica has double that T&T cannot afford injuries to anyone .

Jamaica has gotten back into the mix in the 400m and 4x400. But it isnt as gloom as it may look at the moment for us. Our weakness lies in the poor decisions that our administration makes. We seen this in the recent world relays and Rio. 

We got about 3 guys capable of running mid 44s i.e. Quow, Lalonde, Lendore. Then we have 1 guy who will crack the 44s barrier very soon i.e. Cedenio. Solomon is a fighter. But he needs to be at his best to make that 4x400 team. The sad thing is that he is in his early 30s. So he might need to put more focus on training and less on running his business, if he wants to keep a spot on the team.

Now Jereem Richards came at the right time. From what I seen recently, he is capable of running a mid 44s easily. His 200m speed and 400m strength is what we need to get back into medal contention. Regardless, I'm happy that we finally got a world class 200m runner.

One result that was overlooked this weekend is Domonique Williams second place finish at the SEC this weekend. She ran a low 52.. Which is still about a second and a half off of World class status. But she is improving.
While the administration makes a lot of bad decisions our lack of depth plays a big part also Solomon is getting up there in age but there is nobody that is challenging him for a spot so his spot is pretty safe.

Quow is getting up there in age so he's going to become more injury prone and there is nobody to replace him Lalonde is getting up there in age and there is nobody to replace him he makes the same mistakes he's been making for the past couple of years he needs to go to another camp.

D Lendore and D Brown is like Siamese twins the man breaks down every year I'm glad he didn't take part in indoors this year hopefully he can last for the rest of the season he should take next year off to be fully fit for the WC and Olympics because he have not been fit for the past couple of years so you can forget about seeing any low 44s from D Lendore anytime soon.

J Richards has the potential but he is not ready yet if all 6 guys are not healthy we toast. 
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on May 14, 2017, 01:30:06 PM
Not trini,  but our Bahamas relays M 4x4 performance may have well been the signal of the end of our Caribbean stranglehold on the event.

2 Jamaican freshmen in the past few minutes...
PLACE      ATHLETE   RESULT   LN/POS
1      Fred Kerley
Texas A&M [SR]   44.30
10 Pts   6
2      Nathon Allen
Auburn [FR]   44.52
8 Pts   7
3      Akeem Bloomfield
Auburn [FR]   44.81
6 Pts   5

4      Michael Cherry
LSU [SR]   45.09
5 Pts   4
5      Mylik Kerley
Texas A&M [JR]   45.60
4 Pts   8
6      Steven Gayle
Alabama [SR]   46.04
3 Pts   1
7      Kunle Fasasi
Florida [SO]   46.09
2 Pts   3
8      Randall Ceneus
Auburn [SO]   46.33
1 Pt   2
9      Obi Igbokwe
Arkansas [SO]   46.84   9
T&T does not have the depth to compete with Jamaica we are always depending on the same 5 guys to bring home a medal every year we now have 6 guys that can run low 45s Jamaica has double that T&T cannot afford injuries to anyone .

Jamaica has gotten back into the mix in the 400m and 4x400. But it isnt as gloom as it may look at the moment for us. Our weakness lies in the poor decisions that our administration makes. We seen this in the recent world relays and Rio. 

We got about 3 guys capable of running mid 44s i.e. Quow, Lalonde, Lendore. Then we have 1 guy who will crack the 44s barrier very soon i.e. Cedenio. Solomon is a fighter. But he needs to be at his best to make that 4x400 team. The sad thing is that he is in his early 30s. So he might need to put more focus on training and less on running his business, if he wants to keep a spot on the team.

Now Jereem Richards came at the right time. From what I seen recently, he is capable of running a mid 44s easily. His 200m speed and 400m strength is what we need to get back into medal contention. Regardless, I'm happy that we finally got a world class 200m runner.

One result that was overlooked this weekend is Domonique Williams second place finish at the SEC this weekend. She ran a low 52.. Which is still about a second and a half off of World class status. But she is improving.
While the administration makes a lot of bad decisions our lack of depth plays a big part also Solomon is getting up there in age but there is nobody that is challenging him for a spot so his spot is pretty safe.

Quow is getting up there in age so he's going to become more injury prone and there is nobody to replace him Lalonde is getting up there in age and there is nobody to replace him he makes the same mistakes he's been making for the past couple of years he needs to go to another camp.

D Lendore and D Brown is like Siamese twins the man breaks down every year I'm glad he didn't take part in indoors this year hopefully he can last for the rest of the season he should take next year off to be fully fit for the WC and Olympics because he have not been fit for the past couple of years so you can forget about seeing any low 44s from D Lendore anytime soon.

J Richards has the potential but he is not ready yet if all 6 guys are not healthy we toast. 

Yup totally agree! Our youth quarter miles have to step up to replace the aging one such as Quow and Lalonde. If they do not step up then there will be no serious continuation of always having a strong medal contending relay team.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on May 15, 2017, 07:07:38 AM
http://elitetiming.net/live-results/2017/20170513-ntc/main.php?file_id=170513F014&name=Pure_Athletics_Elite_Meet_@_the_NTC_-_5/13/2017&website=www.elitettiming.net&address=National_Training_Center_-_Clermont_Fl

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Event 14  Men 400 Meter Dash Open
===================================================================
    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  H#
===================================================================
Finals                                                             
  1 Osei, Philip                 Team Canada              45.75   2
  2 Spratling, Brycen            Take Notice              45.84   1
  3 Cedenio, Machel              Pure Athletics           46.36   1
  4 Smith, Calvin                Unattached               46.44   1
  5 Lyles, Josephus              Pure Athletics           46.61   2
  6 mathieu, Michael             Puma                     46.75   1
  7 Thompson, Graeme             Speed River Tfc          46.77   3
  8 Gale, Jermaine               Racers Track Club        46.96   2
  9 Tate, Christopher            Unattached               47.22   2
 10 Solomon, Jarrin              Unattached               47.24   1

I will presume an Injury interrupted season  for Cedenio opening up this late and with such a pedestrian time.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on May 15, 2017, 07:34:03 AM
http://elitetiming.net/live-results/2017/20170513-ntc/main.php?file_id=170513P001&name=Pure_Athletics_Elite_Meet_@_the_NTC_-_5/13/2017&website=www.elitettiming.net&address=National_Training_Center_-_Clermont_Fl

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Event 1  Women 100 Meter Dash Open
================================================================
Top 24 Advance by Time
    Name                    Year Team                    Seed    Prelims  Wind
================================================================
Preliminaries
  1 Baptise, Kelly Ann           Pure Athletics         10.83      11.10q  0.9
  2 Haase, Rebekka               Track Team G           11.15      11.16q  0.9
  3 Whitney, Kaylin              Star Athleti           11.17      11.58q  0.9
  4 Harrison, Shaina             Team Canada            11.36      11.62q  0.9
  5 Westney, Jellisa             Team Canada            11.48      11.73q  0.9
  6 Cobb, Ebone                  Albany State           12.21      12.25q  0.9
  7 Gray, Vanessa                Speed River            12.20      12.40q  0.9
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on May 15, 2017, 05:49:07 PM
Yeah Machel probs was injured. That maybe why he didnt run World Relays. If he can get into 44.x shape he will have done well methinks. This years talent though seems like more than 3 guys may go below 44 seconds and there will be many in the 44 range.

Well done KAB she is improving steadily. She should be running 10.8 for worlds I think if she peaks right.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Deeks on May 15, 2017, 06:33:43 PM
That is a good time. She has been so up and down after that fiasco. But I am glad to see that she has achieved that time. I hope she remains consistent for the rest of the season. God Bless!
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 18, 2017, 04:06:20 AM
Khalifa St Fort was 8th in 11.59 in the Women 100m at the 2017 Guadeloupe International Meeting yesterday.

Prandini tops Women 100m #GuadeloupeMeeting; Khalifa 8th (in lane 7)!
https://www.youtube.com/v/XIhe280P9vY

http://trackalerts.com/Articles/results-guadeloupe-international-meeting-17-may-2017/39427

2017 Guadeloupe International Meeting

Women’s 100m (-0.4m/s wind):

1. Jenna Prandini (USA), 11.25;
2. Dezerea Bryan (USA), 11.27;
3. Jura Levy (JAM), 11.28;
4. Shalonda Solmon (USA), 11.35;
5. Schillonie Calvert (JAM), 11.38,
6. Candyce McGrone (USA), 11.43;
7. Rosangela Santos (BRA), 11.52;
8. Khalifa St Fort (TTO), 11.59;
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 18, 2017, 04:13:20 AM
Kai Selvon was 5th in 23.28 in the Women 200m at the 2017 Guadeloupe International Meeting yesterday.

Prandini wins Women 200m #GuadeloupeMeeting2017; Kai Selvon 5th (in lane 3)!
https://www.youtube.com/v/TthVA9mkjY8

http://trackalerts.com/Articles/results-guadeloupe-international-meeting-17-may-2017/39427

2017 Guadeloupe International Meeting

Guadeloupe International Meeting Wednesday’s (17 May 2017)

Women’s 200m Result (-0.4m/s wind):

1. Jenna Prandini (USA), 22.70
2. Anthonique Strachan (BAH), 23.04;
3. Ella Nelson (AUS), 23.09;
4. Simone Facey (JAM), 23.28;
5. Kai Selvon (TTO), 23.28;
6. Tynia Gaither (BAH), 23.47;
7. Ashley Kelly (BVI), 23.91;
8. Samantha Henry-Robinson (JAM), 23.96
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 18, 2017, 04:17:58 AM
Lalonde Gordon 6th in 46.48 in the Men 400m at the 2017 Guadeloupe International Meeting yesterday.

Merritt dips under 45secs #GuadeloupeMeeting; Lalonde Gordon 6th (in lane 3)!
https://www.youtube.com/v/xMEiTeKIGa4

http://trackalerts.com/Articles/results-guadeloupe-international-meeting-17-may-2017/39427

2017 Guadeloupe International Meeting

Guadeloupe International Meeting Wednesday’s (17 May 2017)

Men’s 400m Result:

1. LaShawn Merritt (USA), 44.99;
2. Paul Dedewo (USA), 45.14;
3. Vernon Norwood (USA), 45.18;
4. Yoandys Lescay (CUB), 45.75;
5. Kyle Clemons (USA), 46.24;
6. Lalonde Gordon (TTO), 46.48;
7. Liemarvin Bonevacia (NED), 46.54
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on May 19, 2017, 11:55:03 AM
Wind +0.0
PL   ID   ATHLETE   SCHOOL/AFFILIATION   MARK   
1   2   Ashley Henderson   San Diego State   11.13   
2   1   Jonielle Smith   Auburn   11.14   
3   5   Zakiya Denoon   Monroe   11.31   
4   6   Jenae Ambrose   Auburn   11.35   
5   7   Leya Buchanan   Oklahoma   11.39   
6   9   Torie Robinson   Clemson   11.46   
7   3   Shenel Crooke   Morgan State   11.50   
8   4   Janet Amponsah   Middle Tennessee   11.54   
9   8   Gabriele Cunningham   N.C. State   11.72

We glossed over this Penn relays result but she is improving steadily and I believe her next season will be at LSU. If coach Shaver can work his good works, with her work ethic and talent I believe at the end of her stint at LSU she can be 11.0x or possibly sub-11 barring injury/distraction.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 19, 2017, 08:51:39 PM
@Trini1 .. She continues to improve race by race. Should run a low 11.2x or even high 11.1x before reaching Shaver.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on May 19, 2017, 11:04:06 PM

Wha going with Deon Lendore? he missing in action
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 20, 2017, 09:30:28 PM
Ayanna Alexander 7th with a 13.27m leap in the Women Triple Jump at the 2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet this evening.

Sorry but can't find any video footage of Women Triple Jump event won by Caterine Iberguen Mena of Columbia.

http://www.trackandfieldjm.com/results/170520F001.htm

2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet

 Jamaica National Championship Meet
            JAMAICA INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL MEET - 20/5/2017             
                             KINGSTON, JAMAICA                             
 
Event 1  Women Triple Jump

================================================================    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Wind Points
================================================================
Finals                                                                     
  1 Iberguen Mena, Caterine      Columbia                14.43m   0.2       
  2 Thomas-Ricketts, Shaniek     Jamaica                 13.69m   0.6       
  3 Myers, Tamara                Bahamas                 13.62m  -1.3       
  4 Lafond, Thea                 Dominica                13.52m  -1.5       
  5 Franklin, Tori               USA                     13.34m  -1.4       
  6 Tima, Ana                    Dominican Republic      13.31m  -0.6       
  7 Alexander, Ayanna            Trinidad And Tobago     13.27m   0.5       
  8 Lea, Tanasia                 USA                     12.33m   0.5       
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 20, 2017, 09:31:16 PM
Alena Brooks 4th in 2:03.09 (SB & New PB) in the Women 800m at the 2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet this evening.

Women's 800m Jamaica International Invitational 2017; Alena Brooks 4th (started in lane 1)
https://www.youtube.com/v/YCH-oXgR7NE

http://www.trackandfieldjm.com/results/170520F040.htm

2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet

 Jamaica National Championship Meet
          JAMAICA INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL MEET - 20/5/2017         
                           KINGSTON, JAMAICA                           
 
Event 40  Women 800 Meter Run

================================================================    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Points
================================================================
Finals                                                                 
  1 Lipsey, Charlene             USA                    2:01.09       
  2 Goule, Natoya                Jamaica                2:01.80       
  3 Williams, Chrishuna          USA                    2:02.71       
  4 Brooks, Alena                Trinidad And Tobago    2:03.09       
  5 Okoro, Marilyn               Great Britain          2:03.44       
  6 McDonald, Kimarra            Jamaica                2:03.74       
  7 James, Samantha              Jamaica                2:07.21     
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 20, 2017, 09:46:12 PM
Michelle-Lee Ahye 2nd in 11.06 SB with a 0.1 tailwind in the Women 100m Dash at the 2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet this evening.

Women's 100m Jamaica International Invitational 2017; Michelle-Lee Ahye 2nd in 11.06 (in lane 7)
https://www.youtube.com/v/VLS2XfUAyew

http://www.trackandfieldjm.com/results/170520F008.htm

2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet

 Jamaica National Championship Meet
         JAMAICA INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL MEET - 20/5/2017         
                          KINGSTON, JAMAICA                         
 
Event 8  Women 100 Meter Dash

=====================================================================
    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Wind
=====================================================================
Finals                                                               
  1 Akinosun, Morolake           USA                      11.06   0.1
  2 Ahye, Michelle-Lee           Trinidad And Tobago      11.06   0.1
  3 Felix, Allyson               USA                      11.07   0.1
  4 Morrison, Natasha            Jamaica                  11.14   0.1
  5 Calvert-Powell, Schillon     Jamaica                  11.15   0.1
  6 Prandini, Jenna              USA                      11.21   0.1
  7 Evans, Gayon                 Jamaica                  11.32   0.1
  8 Williams, Christania         Jamaica                  11.34   0.1
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 20, 2017, 09:54:24 PM
Emmanuel Callender 5th in 10.25 with a 0.4 tailwind in the Men 100m Dash at the 2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet this evening.

Men's 100m Jamaica International Invitational 2017; Emmanuel Callender 5th in 10.25 (in lane 7)
https://www.youtube.com/v/Pa14hmsqhJE

http://www.trackandfieldjm.com/results/170520F009.htm

2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet

 Jamaica National Championship Meet
         JAMAICA INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL MEET - 20/5/2017         
                          KINGSTON, JAMAICA                         
 
Event 9  Men 100 Meter Dash

=====================================================================
    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Wind
=====================================================================
Finals                                                               
  1 Blake, Yohan                 Jamaica                   9.93   0.4
  2 Baker, Ronnie                USA                       9.98   0.4
  3 Rodgers, Mike                USA                      10.02   0.4
  4 Tracey, Tyquendo             Jamaica                  10.17   0.4
  5 Callender, Emmanuel          Trinidad And Tobago      10.25   0.4
  6 Minzie, Jevaughn             Jamaica                  10.27   0.4
  7 Carter, Nesta                Jamaica                  10.27   0.4
 -- Clarke, Everton              Jamaica                    DNF   0.4
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 20, 2017, 10:02:48 PM
Semoy Hackett 4th in 22.87 SB with a 0.5 tailwind in the Women 200m Dash at the 2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet this evening.

Women's 200m Jamaica International Invitational 2017; Semoy Hackett 4th in 22.87 (in lane 3)
https://www.youtube.com/v/SAOIuzw1MhA

http://www.trackandfieldjm.com/results/170520F018.htm

2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet

 Jamaica National Championship Meet
         JAMAICA INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL MEET - 20/5/2017         
                          KINGSTON, JAMAICA                         
 
Event 18  Women 200 Meter Dash

================================================================    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Wind
================================================================
Finals                                                               
  1 Thompson, Elaine             Jamaica                  22.09   0.5
  2 Jackson, Shericka            Jamaica                  22.61   0.5
  3 Solomon, Shalonda            USA                      22.64   0.5
  4 Hackett, Semoy               Trinidad And Tobago      22.87   0.5
  5 McGrone, Candyce             USA                      22.95   0.5
  6 Gaither, Tania               Bahamas                  23.08   0.5
  7 Levy, Jura                   Jamaica                  23.18   0.5
  8 Crooks, Vanessa              Jamaica                  24.62   0.5

Other official results from 2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet not featuring T&T athletes available at this link: http://www.trackandfieldjm.com/results/evtindex.htm

Videos of other events at 2017 Jamaica International Invitational Meet not featuring T&T athletes available at this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRYwf5K4rgj0wy-98GavBKQ/videos
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on May 21, 2017, 12:56:56 PM

All ah seeing in dem videos iz T&T athletes finishing fourth, fifth, sixth in disappointing times smh
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on May 21, 2017, 04:37:52 PM
It will take time to get to that stage. Remember when we didnt have many athletes running at these meets but now they are getting there.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 21, 2017, 04:54:27 PM

All ah seeing in dem videos iz T&T athletes finishing fourth, fifth, sixth in disappointing times smh

You really are not a student of track & field are you?

Alena Brooks who placed 4th in the Women 800m in 2:03.09 actually ran a season best and new personal best in the 800m in her race and that moves her to about 52nd in the 2017 World Rankings at 800m. In addition her new PB is just 2.09 seconds short of the 2017 IAAF World Championships Qualifying Standard for Women 800m of 2:01.00. See link: http://www.ttnaaa.org/compete/standards/2017/world.html

Michelle-Lee Ahye who placed 2nd in the Women 100m Dash in a new season best of 11.06 has now moved up to 8th in the 2017 World Rankings at 100m. Her time is also well within the 2017 IAAF World Championships Qualifying Standard for Women 100m of 11.26.

Semoy Hackett who placed 4th  in the Women 200m Dash in a new season best of 22.87 has now moved up to 30th in the 2017 World Rankings at 200m. Her time is also well within the 2017 IAAF World Championships Qualifying Standard for Women 200m of 23.10.

Emmanuel Callender who placed 5th in the Men 100m Dash in 10.25 has already run 10.19 this season which currently ranks him at 59th in the 2017 World Rankings at 100m. This makes Callender the 3rd oldest sprinter in the world (behind Asafa Powell and Justin Gatlin) to be currently ranked inside the top 60 in the 2017 World Rankings at 100m. His 10.19 SB is also not far off from the 10.12 IAAF World Championships Qualifying Standard for Men 100m for 2017. Also keep in mind that Callender is a stronger 200m sprinter than a 100m sprinter.

Ayanna Alexander who placed 7th in the Women Triple Jump with a 13.27m effort is the only T&T athlete who I think had a dissappointing performance in Jamaica. However her 2017 season best of 13.61 set last month in April still places her at 25th in the current 2017 World Rankings. In addition I am sure she is hoping to jump the 14.10m IAAF World Championships Qualifying Standard (which is less than her 14.40 PB) at or before our National Open Champions at the end of June which will qualify her for the 2017 World Championships in London.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on May 22, 2017, 04:08:11 AM

Ok teacher of track and field, let the non student repeat for you "All ah seeing in dem videos iz T&T athletes finishing fourth, fifth, sixth in disappointing times smh", all what you posted does not change that point I made. You could argue now until yuh cry blood. The times are still disappointing in their individual events.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 22, 2017, 08:26:55 AM

Ok teacher of track and field, let the non student repeat for you "All ah seeing in dem videos iz T&T athletes finishing fourth, fifth, sixth in disappointing times smh", all what you posted does not change that point I made. You could argue now until yuh cry blood. The times are still disappointing in their individual events.

Sando I agree with you. But give some credit to MLA. Her time was the only positive thing to build on. She beat out Felix and probably would have dipped under 11 if she planned her race better. But yes mediocre results. Regardless how Socapro may try to spin it.. He just looking at the glass half full, nothing wrong with that.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 22, 2017, 10:57:13 AM

Ok teacher of track and field, let the non student repeat for you "All ah seeing in dem videos iz T&T athletes finishing fourth, fifth, sixth in disappointing times smh", all what you posted does not change that point I made. You could argue now until yuh cry blood. The times are still disappointing in their individual events.

Sando I agree with you. But give some credit to MLA. Her time was the only positive thing to build on. She beat out Felix and probably would have dipped under 11 if she planned her race better. But yes mediocre results. Regardless how Socapro may try to spin it.. He just looking at the glass half full, nothing wrong with that.

How does 3 of our Team TTO athletes (Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett) running SB's in Jamaica and one of them running a PB in the 800m amount to mediocre results?

I know that Sando loves to complain and is a bit selective with what he chooses to see when he wants to complain (hence why I pointed out that MLA placed second and has now moved up to 8th fastest this year in the 100m) but I would have thought that you were a little more schooled about our own track & field athletes (their PB's and abilities) than he is.

The only mediocre result from our TTO athletes at the Jamaica International Invitational meet was from Ayanna Alexander in the Triple jump. Callender's time and result was decent from him based upon his average 100m time over the last number of years and the fact that his stronger event is the 200m.
Callender being beaten by Yohan Blake, Ronnie Bake and Mike Rodgers is not a disgrace. Callender also beat one of the young upcoming JA sprint-stars in Jevaughn Minzie who the Jamaicans have been rating highly and who was part of their Men 4x100m Relay squad in Rio last year.

Lets be realitic and keep things in perspective rather than blindly rushing to moan about credible performances by our T&T athletes against world class competition.

And btw keeping things in perspective Callender's 5th place 100m time of 10.25 in JA was faster than the time that Gatlin ran in winning the 100m in Japan this weekend. Check it out...

https://www.iaaf.org/competitions/iaaf-world-challenge/golden-grand-prix-2017-kawasaki-6060/results/men/100-metres/final/result#resultheader

Seiko Golden Grand Prix Kawasaki 2017 - Sunday, May 21
100m Wind -1.2

1. Justin GATLIN      USA    10.28      
2. Aska CAMBRIDGE      JPN    10.31      
3. Shuhei TADA         JPN    10.35      
4. Abdul Hakim SANI BROWN   JPN    10.42      
5. Bingtian SU         CHN    10.43      
6. Emmanuel MATADI      LBR    10.67      
7. Kemar HYMAN         CAY    10.68      
8. Kazuma OSETO         JPN    11.05   
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 22, 2017, 12:39:37 PM
@ Soca.. I'm not going to defend my choice of words to describe the performances. MLA was the only promising performance at the meet. Okay AB did get a pb. I'll eat my words if she does get the Worlds standard. Other than that, how else would you describe the performances at the meet? I'm sure Callender and Hackett will quicker agree with me than you about their own performances this weekend.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 22, 2017, 01:54:20 PM
@ Soca.. I'm not going to defend my choice of words to describe the performances. MLA was the only promising performance at the meet. Okay AB did get a pb. I'll eat my words if she does get the Worlds standard. Other than that, how else would you describe the performances at the meet? I'm sure Callender and Hackett will quicker agree with me than you about their own performances this weekend.


I would describe the performances of Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett as good performances, Emmanuel Callender's performance as decent and Ayanna Alexander's as disappointing.

Again how can you sanely call 3 SB performances (by Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett) which included a PB by Alena Brooks and in addition one decent performance by Callender (who is more a 200m specialist) that was faster than Gatlin's winning 100m performance in Japan as mediocre results?

I've already outlined in detail in Reply #52 above exactly why the performances by Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett were all good perforamnces as they were all SB's performances that moved them all up in the IAAF 2017 Top Lists World Rankings.

I suggest you stop drinking that "unrealistic expectations coolade" that Sando gave you to drink.
I think we need to think and anaylse things a bit better before we rashly jump to chastise our T&T athletes for so-called mediocre peformances when in fact they are giving their their best efforts while taking on the best in the world.

As I said only Ayanna Alexander gave what we can describe as a mediocre peformance in the triple jump but since there is no video of her event I would be cautious to chastise her too much. What if she picked up an injury during her event for example as can easily happen when you do the triple jump and don't execute your technique correctly. Or maybe she just had a bad day at the office which happens to athletes from time to time.

The other athletes however did reasonably well and performed credibly. We could not reasonably be expecting Callender who has a PB of 10.05 set all the way back in 2009 to beat the likes of Yohan Blake with a PB of 9.69, Ronnie Bake with a PB of 9.98 and Mike Rodgers with a PB of 9.85, if all of them are anywhere near their best form. Not unless of course we are living in cloud coo coo land.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 22, 2017, 03:46:08 PM
@ Soca.. I'm not going to defend my choice of words to describe the performances. MLA was the only promising performance at the meet. Okay AB did get a pb. I'll eat my words if she does get the Worlds standard. Other than that, how else would you describe the performances at the meet? I'm sure Callender and Hackett will quicker agree with me than you about their own performances this weekend.


I would describe the performances of Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett as good performances, Emmanuel Callender's performance as decent and Ayanna Alexander's as disappointing.

Again how can you sanely call 3 SB performances (by Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett) which included a PB by Alena Brooks and in addition one decent performance by Callender (who is more a 200m specialist) that was faster than Gatlin's winning 100m performance in Japan as mediocre results?

I've already outlined in detail in Reply #52 above exactly why the performances by Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett were all good perforamnces as they were all SB's performances that moved them all up in the IAAF 2017 Top Lists World Rankings.

I suggest you stop drinking that "unrealistic expectations coolade" that Sando gave you to drink.
I think we need to think and anaylse things a bit better before we rashly jump to chastise our T&T athletes for so-called mediocre peformances when in fact they are giving their their best efforts while taking on the best in the world.

As I said only Ayanna Alexander gave what we can describe as a mediocre peformance in the triple jump but since there is no video of her event I would be cautious to chastise her too much. What if she picked up an injury during her event for example as can easily happen when you do the triple jump and don't execute your technique correctly. Or maybe she just had a bad day at the office which happens to athletes from time to time.

The other athletes however did reasonably well and performed credibly. We could not reasonably be expecting Callender who has a PB of 10.05 set all the way back in 2009 to beat the likes of Yohan Blake with a PB of 9.69, Ronnie Bake with a PB of 9.98 and Mike Rodgers with a PB of 9.85, if all of them are anywhere near their best form. Not unless of course we are living in cloud coo coo land.

Can you try and make an argument without using "speculation", "conjecture"..i.e. unrealistic expectations coolade (I'm assuming that's how you spell Kool aid in the UK..).

Regardless, all of those SBs with the exception of MLA were average.. Hence, why I called those performances mediocre. Perhaps we both have different definitions of what mediocre is. In this case I'm using it to mean average, or in the middle. . Which is not necessarily a bad thing.

I won't let someone who can't even spell "Kool aid" tell me that those performances over the weekend were above mediocrity.

Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on May 22, 2017, 06:24:55 PM

I won't let someone who can't even spell "Kool aid" tell me that those performances over the weekend were above mediocrity.


 :D man sometimes you just have to call it like it is.. performances are mediocre at best
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 22, 2017, 08:24:00 PM
Can you try and make an argument without using "speculation", "conjecture"..i.e. unrealistic expectations coolade (I'm assuming that's how you spell Kool aid in the UK..).

Regardless, all of those SBs with the exception of MLA were average.. Hence, why I called those performances mediocre. Perhaps we both have different definitions of what mediocre is. In this case I'm using it to mean average, or in the middle. . Which is not necessarily a bad thing.

I won't let someone who can't even spell "Kool aid" tell me that those performances over the weekend were above mediocrity.


When one has little substance to their argument they tend to look for distractions from the real argument like spelling of words, etc. Is how I spelled coolade if I choose to spell it like that of any importance or is understanding what I meant by you drinking Sando's "unrealistic expectations coolade" the important thing?
Talking about unrealistic expectations, were you not the same person who was expecting Darrel Brown to make a come back since 2010 and beat best sprinters in the world provided he has one injury free season?

Anyway I never used any "speculation" or "conjecture" in my actual argument to explain why Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett performances in Jamaica were all good and not mediocre as you inaccurately tried to describe them. Instead I used data and stats to back my argument unlike yourself.

According to the Oxford Dictionary the word mediocre means - of only average quality; not very good.

Now how could Alena Brooks SB and PB in the 800m be not very good by her standards when she has never ever run a time of  2:03.09 over 800m before in her career?!

How could Semoy Hackett SB of 22.87 in the 200m not be very good when it is not that far off from her 200m PB of 22.51 and is as fast as some of her best 200m SB times over the last 6 years and moved her to 30th in the 2017 World 200m Rankings?

And you have already confirmed that you think that MLA's SB of 11.06 was a good performance so we don't have to debate about that performance here.

I respectfully submit that your argument is not based on logic, data and stats like mines but rather is based more on your emotions and feelings much like Sando's argument.

I was very specific in my replies and provided facts and stats to show exactly why I view the performances of Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett as good performances, Emmanuel Callender's performance as descent and Ayanna Alexander's as disappointing or mediocre.

All you have provided to prove that Brooks PB performance and Hackett SB performance were both mediocre (which means not very good based on the Oxford dictionary definition) are empty words based purely on your feelings very much like Sando also did and not any facts and stats to add substance to your argument.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 23, 2017, 09:06:07 AM
So I must provide logic and stats to back up my claim that the performances at the JA invite was mediocre? I dont need to do so. The times and placings  speak for themselves. I'm sure Hackett and Callender were not as thrilled or as pleased as you are with their own performances. And I'm sure Ato would not applaud the performances like you are doing..

I respect your contribution on here Socapro. But there is no way in hell that you're going to convince me that those performances were above mediocrity.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 23, 2017, 10:26:43 PM
So I must provide logic and stats to back up my claim that the performances at the JA invite was mediocre? I dont need to do so. The times and placings  speak for themselves. I'm sure Hackett and Callender were not as thrilled or as pleased as you are with their own performances. And I'm sure Ato would not applaud the performances like you are doing..

I respect your contribution on here Socapro. But there is no way in hell that you're going to convince me that those performances were above mediocrity.


To summarise once again I would describe the performances of Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett as good performances, Emmanuel Callender's performance as decent and Ayanna Alexander's as disappointing or mediocre.

I notice you are no longer trying to claim that Alena Brooks 800m PB performance was mediocre meaning not very good so at least you have made some progress there with facing reality.

So you have switched attention to just Hackett and Callender saying that you are sure they were both not as thrilled or as pleased as I am with their performances.

Did you hear me say anywhere that I am thrilled and pleased with their performances and did you interview both athletes after their races or hear interviews to find out whether or not they were happy or unhappy with their performance?

In case your memory is short I did say in my summary that Hackett's performance was good and Callender's performance was decent. If you want to equate that to me saying I was thrilled and pleased with both their performances then I believe that is down to your imagination and your misinterpretation of my summary.

I believe if you weren't so full of false pride you would already have admitted both athletes performances (Hackett and Callender) were by no stretch mediocre (meaning not very good) and that my less emotional summary is a much fairer assessment of both athletes performances based upon their PB's.

Your insistence that their performances were both mediocre now seems to be more based upon your ego and emotions while my summary is based upon the reality of stats and data like their PB's and SB's and them moving up the 2017 world rankings or not.

But thanks for proving to me that you fall into the same category as Sando where accurately assessing the performances of our T&T athletes based upon their PB's, SB's and moving up the world rankings is concerned.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 24, 2017, 08:10:12 AM
Still mediocre performances. Regardless how you try to spin it. . Sorry but I don't have time to write a long response to something that proves itself. I have a life outside of this forum.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 24, 2017, 08:40:16 AM
Still mediocre performances. Regardless how you try to spin it. . Sorry but I don't have time to write a long response to something that proves itself. I have a life outside of this forum.

That is simply your opinion that is not based on facts and stats but rather purely on your ego and emotions.

The only mediocre performance from our T&T athletes at the Jamaica International Invitational was that of Ayanna Alexander just as I pointed out and none of us know for sure that she did not pick up an injury during her event which could have affected her performance as there is no video of her event.

My summary of our T&T athletes performances is much more accurate and realistic than yours where you try to paint everyone with the same brush which is not only unfair but is based mostly on your ego and emotions and not on their PB's and SB's.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 24, 2017, 12:05:46 PM
Still mediocre results
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 24, 2017, 02:58:24 PM
Still mediocre results

Still your opinion that is not based in reality as anyone can yap and talk without analysing things properly just like you and Sando seem to have perfected doing.

The only mediocre result in JA was Ayanna Alexander's based on her PB and SB. However the other T&T athletes performances were clearly not mediocre based on their SB's & PB's and any intelligent person who is not allowing their ego to blind them would already have admit such.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 24, 2017, 03:31:11 PM
Still mediocre results

Still your opinion that is not based in reality as anyone can yap and talk without analysing things properly just like you and Sando seem to have perfected doing.

The only mediocre result in JA was Ayanna Alexander's based on her PB and SB. However the other T&T athletes performances were clearly not mediocre based on their SB's & PB's and any intelligent person who is not allowing their ego to blind them would already have admit such.

Okay.. I analyzed the facts. My conclusion, still mediocre results.

Sando, find a child in grade 2 and ask him or her to spell Kool aid. I'll send you $100 if they get it wrong. .
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 25, 2017, 07:40:26 AM
Still mediocre results

Still your opinion that is not based in reality as anyone can yap and talk without analysing things properly just like you and Sando seem to have perfected doing.

The only mediocre result in JA was Ayanna Alexander's based on her PB and SB. However the other T&T athletes performances were clearly not mediocre based on their SB's & PB's and any intelligent person who is not allowing their ego to blind them would already have admit such.
Okay.. I analyzed the facts. My conclusion, still mediocre results.

If you did analyze the facts and stats that I took the trouble of providing you would not still be making the same ignorant sweeping conclusion about all the T&T athletes having mediocre performances which simply exposes the fact that you did not do any analyst in the first place but rather based your conclusion on emotions.

Once I provided the data and stats, what you have been doing since is to show you have too much of an ego to admit that you got it wrong in making such a sweeping conclusion about our athletes performances.

Once again below is the only conclusion you will be forced to come to if you logically take into account each T&T athletes SB and PB and whether or not their performance in Jamaica moved them up the IAAF World Top Lists for 2017:-

Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett each had good performances;
Emmanuel Callender had a decent (aka not good or bad) performance;
Ayanna Alexander's was the only one with a mediocre (aka not very good) performance.


Brooks, Ahye & Hackett all gave SB's performances which moved them all up the 2017 IAAF World Top Lists so we can only logically rate their performances as good. One of them Brooks even ran a PB in the 800m;

Callender's performance was not a SB performance but neither was it a mediocre performance as all the sprinters ahead of him in that 100m have sub-10 PB's while Callender's 100m PB is 10.04 ran back in 2009. In addition he was by miles the oldest athete in the line-up and is more of a 200m specialist;

Alexander's performance was way short of both her SB and PB and she was beaten by triple jumpers with shorter PB's than herself hence it is fair to describe her performance as mediocre which I agreed about from the very beginning of this discussion.

Your childish attempt to distract from the real argument and that you were making a sweeping summary that is unfair on all but one of the five T&T athletes who competed in Jamaica will not work here.

If/when you eventually grow up you will be able to admit that you got it wrong on this occasion due to initially basing your conclusion on your emotions but it seems since then your ego has kicked-in and is not allowing you to admit that you got it wrong by making such a sweeping conclusion about all our athletes performances.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 26, 2017, 08:10:09 AM
Okay.. I grew up now. My analysis. Still mediocre results.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 26, 2017, 08:56:09 AM
Okay.. I grew up now. My analysis. Still mediocre results.

No you haven't grown up as you obvioulsy haven't made any adult analysis in drawing your conclusion.
You are still ego tripping as you can't bring yourself to admit that you obviously got it wrong in regards to your sweeping summary of the performances of our five T&T athletes who competed in JA.

All you have proven is that your have a tendency to allow your ego to overide your ability to think logically and to anaylse our athletes performances based upon their PB's and SB's and the quality of their competition.

I am not surprised by your off the mark assessment of our athletes here as you are the same person who had been expecting Darrel Brown to make a come back since 2010 and to beat the best sprinters in the world provided he has one injury free season.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 26, 2017, 09:22:12 AM
Any tips for helping me grow up?

Btw.. Still mediocre results
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 26, 2017, 09:33:18 AM
Any tips for helping me grow up?

Btw.. Still mediocre results

Nope it is obvious that you will never grow up and you have lost the respect I once had for you as a logical thinker.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 26, 2017, 11:00:37 AM
I understand Soca. I still have respect for you. .

Still mediocre results.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 26, 2017, 11:39:43 AM
I understand Soca. I still have respect for you. .

Still mediocre results.

Its revealing to see how persistent you are with unfairly trying to discredit good performances from some of our T&T athletes because your ego is more important to you that being fair and logical in assessing their performances.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on May 26, 2017, 11:56:48 AM
LMAO at all this conversation.

MLA aside, compared to their PB's, yes you can call their results good, but in comparison to the world (which is what ultimately matters), those results are MEDIOCRE!
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 26, 2017, 12:05:33 PM
LMAO at all this conversation.

MLA aside, compared to their PB's, yes you can call their results good, but in comparison to the world (which is what ultimately matters), those results are MEDIOCRE!

The assessment I used was in comparison with our athletes SB's and PB's and not necessarily compared with the best performances in the world.

Here is my fair summary of our T&T athletes performances based upon their SB's and PB's and whether or not their performance in Jamaica moved them up the IAAF World Top Lists for 2017:-

Alena Brooks, Michelle-Lee Ahye & Semoy Hackett each had good performances;
Emmanuel Callender had a decent (aka not good or bad) performance;
Ayanna Alexander's was the only one with a mediocre (aka not very good) performance.


Note I only rated 3 of them as having good performances, one as decent and one as mediocre.
Brooks, Ahye & Hackett all gave SB's performances which moved them up the 2017 IAAF World Top Lists so we can only logically rate their performances as good and Brooks actually ran a new PB in the 800m.

This discussion only started because someone tried to brand all five T&T athletes performances as mediocre which is an unfair generalisation done without analysing their PB's and SB's.
Placing in top 3 isn't always the only mark of a good performance and not placing in the top 3 isn't always the mark of a mediocre performance.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 26, 2017, 02:17:52 PM
Thanks Aviator.

I did clarify which results were somewhat okay. But somehow my opinion amounted to me being illogical, unpatriotic and childish in the eyes of Socapro.

Yes I called Socapro out for spelling Kool aid wrong, but I was just having fun. No offense Socapro.

Finally, I still stand by my opinion.. those results were mediocre.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 26, 2017, 02:48:54 PM
Thanks Aviator.

I did clarify which results were somewhat okay. But somehow my opinion amounted to me being illogical, unpatriotic and childish in the eyes of Socapro.

Yes I called Socapro out for spelling Kool aid wrong, but I was just having fun. No offense Socapro.

Finally, I still stand by my opinion.. those results were mediocre.

Stop generalising, just one of the results was mediocre if we are fair.

I explained to Aviator that my summary is in comparison to our athletes own SB's & PB's and is not in comparison to the world best performances.

Lets try to be fairer to our T&T athletes as they sometimes read this website or at least they used to.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on May 27, 2017, 07:29:54 PM
Socapro, if you are using the athletes PB's as your benchmark for comparison on their level of performance, let's just agree to disagree from now. The world is my only measuring stick when dealing with pros.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on May 27, 2017, 07:34:07 PM
In brighter news, we have our first wind legal sub-20 run in almost.... Well, 20 years.

Event   Heat   Wind   Status
Men 200 M (Quarterfinals)   3|3   +0.2   Under review
Saturday 7:50 PM         

Record   Name      Date
   College Best   Walter Dix - Florida State   19.69   5/26/2007

Results: Men 200 M (Quarterfinals)
12 Advance: Top 3 from each Quarterfinal plus next best 3 times to Eugene

Pl   Ln      Athlete      Affiliation   Time
1   6      Jereem RICHARDS   JR   Alabama   19.97 :beermug: :beermug:
2   4      Kendal WILLIAMS   SO   Georgia   20.38 Q
3   7      Nick GRAY   SO   Ohio State   20.38 Q
4   9      David WINTERS JR   SR   South Carolina   20.53
5   3      Hanoj CARTER   SR   UL-Lafayette   20.75
6   2      Ryan CLARK   SO   Florida   20.97
DQ   8      Davon DEMOSS   SO   Memphis   -
DNS   5      Julius MORRIS   JR   Western Kentucky   -
Video link :
https://youtu.be/0XN533cQ9MQ
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on May 27, 2017, 07:40:32 PM
 :beermug:!!!!! Congrats Mr Richards keep pushing through.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 27, 2017, 07:41:36 PM
@ Aviator . . Now that is a result to take our hats off for. Right now he is looking very bright. Glad he is focusing on the 200m.

On another note. MLA ran 10.97 to finish 3rd at Prefontaine. Morolake 1st. 10.94. Ahoure 2nd. Wind  +2.1. So not legal.


Queen Elaine 3rd lost the 200m. Still ran sub 22. Torie and Miller-Uibo 1st and 2nd.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Deeks on May 27, 2017, 10:55:49 PM
Wow! Congrats to Jareem
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on May 28, 2017, 05:39:11 AM
MLA pretty solid for having come off surgery earlier in the year/late last year.

Elaine still favourite even though she has been running everywhere I think franno may have had something to do with this loss. Her first 100 was extremely flat, held back a lot then brought it on the straight. Similar to Doha.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: 100% Barataria on May 28, 2017, 06:55:04 AM
What's the history on Jereem?  Good prospect indeed  :beermug:
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 28, 2017, 08:29:01 AM
What's the history on Jereem?  Good prospect indeed  :beermug:

He won a few Carifta medals on the 4x400 teams. Most of his medals have come from running in relays. Both 4x100 and 4x400. Won an individual medal 200 at CAC junior games years ago. His most precious medal came while running as a junior for our senior mens 4x400 indoor team at the World indoor champs in 2012.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jereem_Richards
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: ffisback on May 28, 2017, 01:04:49 PM
J Richards will probably make it to the WC finals but he would not be a medal contender he is the only Trinidadian to make the time for the 200 or the 400 for the WC.

D Williams became T&T 1st female 400m runner to qualify for a WC or a Olympics she would probably break the NR this year.

R Walters also qualify for the WC in the 110m hurdles.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 28, 2017, 01:20:19 PM
J Richards will probably make it to the WC finals but he would not be a medal contender he is the only Trinidadian to make the time for the 200 or the 400 for the WC.

D Williams became T&T 1st female 400m runner to qualify for a WC or a Olympics she would probably break the NR this year.

R Walters also qualify for the WC in the 110m hurdles.

All those T&T athletes (Jereen Richards, Domonique Williams & Ruebin Walters who each ran a new PB this weekend) don't officially qualify for the World Championships in London unless/until they take part in the Senior Open Champs in T&T at the end of June and win or place in the top 3 in the final of their event.

But well done to all those T&T athletes for good performances this weekend and all moving up the 2017 IAAF World Top Lists in their events. Senior Open Champs in T&T at the end of June should be entertaining.

It will be interesting to see if Aleena Brooks who recently ran a new PB of 2:03.09 in the 800m can attain the 2017 IAAF World Championships Qualifying Standard of 2:01.00 for Women 800m. Brooks needs to shave 2.09 seconds off of her new 800m PB to achieve the 2017 IAAF World Championships Qualifying Standard for Women 800m and that time would also move her up into the top 20 in the IAAF Top List at 800m for 2017.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: ffisback on May 28, 2017, 05:16:28 PM
J Richards will probably make it to the WC finals but he would not be a medal contender he is the only Trinidadian to make the time for the 200 or the 400 for the WC.

D Williams became T&T 1st female 400m runner to qualify for a WC or a Olympics she would probably break the NR this year.

R Walters also qualify for the WC in the 110m hurdles.

All those T&T athletes (Jereen Richards, Domonique Williams & Ruebin Walters who each ran a new PB this weekend) don't officially qualify for the World Championships in London unless/until they take part in the Senior Open Champs in T&T at the end of June and win or place in the top 3 in the final of their event.

But well done to all those T&T athletes for good performances this weekend and all moving up the 2017 IAAF World Top Lists in their events. Senior Open Champs in T&T at the end of June should be entertaining.

It will be interesting to see if Aleena Brooks who recently ran a new PB of 2:03.09 in the 800m can attain the 2017 IAAF World Championships Qualifying Standard of 2:01.00 for Women 800m. Brooks needs to shave 2.09 seconds off of her new 800m PB to achieve the 2017 IAAF World Championships Qualifying Standard for Women 800m and that time would also move her up into the top 20 in the IAAF Top List at 800m for 2017.
It will be a long shot for A Brooks to run 2:01.00 that's a big jump.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 28, 2017, 05:27:39 PM
J Richards will probably make it to the WC finals but he would not be a medal contender he is the only Trinidadian to make the time for the 200 or the 400 for the WC.

D Williams became T&T 1st female 400m runner to qualify for a WC or a Olympics she would probably break the NR this year.

R Walters also qualify for the WC in the 110m hurdles.

All those T&T athletes (Jereen Richards, Domonique Williams & Ruebin Walters who each ran a new PB this weekend) don't officially qualify for the World Championships in London unless/until they take part in the Senior Open Champs in T&T at the end of June and win or place in the top 3 in the final of their event.

But well done to all those T&T athletes for good performances this weekend and all moving up the 2017 IAAF World Top Lists in their events. Senior Open Champs in T&T at the end of June should be entertaining.

It will be interesting to see if Aleena Brooks who recently ran a new PB of 2:03.09 in the 800m can attain the 2017 IAAF World Championships Qualifying Standard of 2:01.00 for Women 800m. Brooks needs to shave 2.09 seconds off of her new 800m PB to achieve the 2017 IAAF World Championships Qualifying Standard for Women 800m and that time would also move her up into the top 20 in the IAAF Top List at 800m for 2017.
It will be a long shot for A Brooks to run 2:01.00 that's a big jump.

Nothing is impossible and that is the goal! Brooks just needs to be in the right hands from a coaching prespective and to regularly run against world class competition.

PS:
Some folks here were narrow-minded enough to refer to Brooks PB performance last weekend in Jamaica as mediocre because she placed 4th and not in a top 3 podium position.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on May 28, 2017, 06:20:44 PM
I hope for the best for Brooks. But that is a big leap to make within 2 months.

Yes I am the narrow minded one. And yes it was mediocre. But has some promise.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on May 28, 2017, 07:16:29 PM
I hope for the best for Brooks. But that is a big leap to make within 2 months.

Yes I am the narrow minded one. And yes it was mediocre. But has some promise.

Her effort might have been mediocre to you but I am sure it was not to Aleena Brooks and her coach. She PR-ed for goodness sake!

Some folks here need to stop the ego tripping and lack of appreciation for our T&T athletes when they give of their best and run a new PR and should be making us all proud of their efforts and improvement.
Its really sad how some of us place ego in front of logic as if they can do better themselves if they were in the same circumstances.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: ffisback on May 28, 2017, 07:41:08 PM
I hope for the best for Brooks. But that is a big leap to make within 2 months.

Yes I am the narrow minded one. And yes it was mediocre. But has some promise.

Her effort might have been mediocre to you but I am sure it was not to Aleena Brooks and her coach. She PR-ed for goodness sake!

Some folks here need to stop the ego tripping and lack of appreciation for our T&T athletes when they give of their best and run a new PR and should be making us all proud of their efforts and improvement.
Its really sad how some of us place ego in front of logic as if they can do better themselves if they were in the same circumstances.
I think both you guys are making valid points but with the CAC games being canceled she probably would not get another chance again unless the NAA bring down a top 800m runner so she can try an keep up with them.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on May 29, 2017, 07:02:43 AM
Place      Athlete      Affiliation   Time         Heat (pl)         
1      Shakima WIMBLEY   SR   Miami   51.23   Q      3 (1)         
2      Travia JONES   SR   LSU   51.63   Q      2 (1)         
3      Sharrika BARNETT   SO   Florida   51.78   Q      3 (2)         
4      Domonique WILLIAMS   SR   Alabama   51.90   Q      2 (2)         
5      Aiyanna STIVERNE   SR   Miami   52.00 (51.996)   Q      1 (1)         
6      NaAsha ROBINSON   SO   Tennessee Tech   52.00 (51.997)   Q      2 (3)         
7      Rachel MISHER   SO   LSU   52.07   q      2 (4)         
8      Shaquania DORSETT   SO   Florida State   52.13   Q      1 (2)         

I am proud of her getting that sub 52 mark it has been coming and she can only get better once she is injury free so I pray she remains healthy. She is on the way to becoming our first elite female 400m specialist and that is great seeing as the men have been doing it for so long.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on May 29, 2017, 07:05:13 AM
https://www.youtube.com/v/PCNv3c6Mxn4

====================================================================
       World: W 10.49  1988        Florence Griffith-Joyner, USA               
    American: A 10.49  1988        Florence Griffith-Joyner                   
     Hayward: H 10.70  2011        Carmelita Jeter, USA                       
 Prefontaine: M 10.70  2011        Carmelita Jeter, USA                       
    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Wind
=====================================================================
  1 Morolake AKINOSUN            USA                      10.94   2.1
  2 Murielle AHOURE              CIV                      10.96   2.1
  3 Michelle-Lee AHYE            TTO                      10.97   2.1
  4 Veronica CAMPBELL-BROWN      JAM                      11.00   2.1
  5 Simone FACEY                 JAM                      11.13   2.1
  6 Tianna BARTOLETTA            USA                      11.15   2.1
  7 Dezerea BRYANT               USA                      11.20   2.1
  8 Barbara PIERRE               USA                      11.23   2.1
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on June 04, 2017, 05:57:08 PM
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We in the month of June, not much for T&T track & field fans to cheer for the season so far

Most of our top athletes have not had any big impact. at least not yet
.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on June 04, 2017, 06:42:45 PM
http://live.pttiming.com/?mid=1261

Results
PLACE      ATHLETE   RESULT   LN/POS
1      Machel Cedenio Trinidad and Tobago          45.65   6

2      Tony McQuay    United States                     45.91   5
3      Josephus Lyles  United States                   46.43   7
4      Renny Quow     Trinidad and Tobago           46.79   8
5      David Verburg  United States                           46.98 4
6      Kyle Clemons   United States                           47.16   3
7      Brian Herron    United States                           47.61   2
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on June 04, 2017, 06:48:39 PM
https://www.youtube.com/v/VYRN01gxf0w

Results
WIND: 0.1 M/S
PLACE      ATHLETE                                 RESULT          REACT   LN/POS
1      Keston Bledman Trinidad and Tobago     10.21  0.208       0.151            2
2      Akani Simbine   South Africa                  10.21  0.209       0.150            3
3      Jevaughn Minzie Jamaica                  10.30                  0.140            4
4      Deondre Batson  United States          10.31                  0.117            5
5      BeeJay Lee      United States                  10.34                  0.136            1
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on June 04, 2017, 06:52:42 PM
https://www.youtube.com/v/dnISkOLwqsI

I think KAB is slowly getting back into 2011 form.


Results
WIND: 0.2 M/S
PLACE      ATHLETE                                 RESULT   REACT   LN/POS
1      Kelli-Ann Baptiste Trinidad and Tobago   11.06           0.148             2
2      Michelle-Lee Ahye  Trinidad and Tobago    11.11   0.148             3

3      Desiree Henry Great Britain                    11.41   0.129             4
4      Angela Tenorio       Ecuador                    11.51   0.177             1
5      Jeneba Tarmoh United States                    11.84   0.149             5
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on June 04, 2017, 07:14:12 PM
Was just about to post that. KAB is rounding into form and pretty nice considering MLA is in the mix with top performers bar Elaine, Tori, Marie Ta Lou and Dafne.

They should complete the list for the final. Others being, Akinosun, Ahoure and Campbell Brown competing for the other spots.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on June 04, 2017, 11:02:13 PM
Steady improvement from Cedenio. 46.3x about 3 weeks ago. He's supposed to run at Bolt's farewell meet this weekend coming. Stiffer competition there should pull him down into the low 45's
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on June 05, 2017, 11:09:22 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnISkOLwqsI

Not sure what's up with my flash player so here is the link to the womens 100m
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: jusbless on June 05, 2017, 03:54:13 PM
The good thing about that race is that Kelly Ann had a bad race all that movement not running in a straight line. It could of been under 11 sec
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on June 05, 2017, 04:12:28 PM
The good thing about that race is that Kelly Ann had a bad race all that movement not running in a straight line. It could of been under 11 sec


I believe KAB is in sub-11 shape. That fabricated street track is not a naturally fast track to run on.
Barring injury she will definitely go sub-11 at Senior Champs later this month.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on June 08, 2017, 01:56:45 PM
Rome Diamond League

Women´s 100m
Wind: +0.5 m/s
1 SCHIPPERS Dafne NED 10.99
2 TA LOU Marie-Josee CIV 11.03
3 AHYE Michelle-Lee TTO 11.07
4 BARTOLETTA Tianna USA 11.26
5 WILLIAMS Christania 11.32
6 HENRY Desiree GBR 11.32
7 LÜCKENKEMPER Gina GER 11.39
8 KAMBUNDJI Mujinga SUI 11.40
9 SIRAGUSA Irene ITA 11.70

I´d say that puts KAB in the mix for a medal along with Dafne and Ta lou judging by how close MLA was to them. KAB beat her on Sunday by 0.05 so decent stuff. We will see how she runs in Jamaica on Saturday.

Men´s Javelin
1 RÖHLER Thomas GER 90.06
2 VETTER Johannes GER 88.15
3 WALCOTT Keshorn TTO 86.61
4 VADLEJCH Jakub 86.37
5 PITKÄMÄKI Tero FIN 83.84
6 KIRT Magnus EST 83.70
7 YEGO Julius KEN 82.19

As long as Keshorn remains injury free I think he can do some damage in London.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on June 08, 2017, 02:43:13 PM
NCAA Champs semi-finals

Mens 110m hurdles
1 David KENDZIERA   JR   Illinois   13.39   Q   +1.4   1 (1)         
2 Grant HOLLOWAY   FR   Florida   13.41   Q   +1.0   3 (1)         
3 Ruebin WALTERS   JR   Alabama   13.43   Q   +2.5   2 (1)         
4 Aaron MALLETT   SR   Iowa   13.44   Q   +1.0   3 (2)   

Walters is through the final and starts as one of the favourites.

Mens 200m
1 Christopher BELCHER   SR   N. Carolina A&T   20.01   Q   +1.6   3 (1)         
2 Jereem RICHARDS   JR   Alabama   20.04   Q   +1.6   1 (1)         
3 Christian COLEMAN   JR   Tennessee   20.21   Q   +1.6   3 (2)         
4 Nethaneel MITCHELL-BLAKE   SR   LSU   20.24   Q   +1.3   2 (1)   

Christian Coleman definitely the favourite as he ran that 9.82 in the 100m but we will see how much he has left in the tank for the 200m. Our boy is most likely going to be in the top 3 just not sure which place.

Domonique Williams goes in heat 1 of the womens 400m semi-finals and hoping she can make the final and break that 51.83 NR. If she does both I will be extremely happy. Placing top 3 would be icing on the cake.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on June 10, 2017, 07:46:11 PM
Kelly Ann Baptiste just beat a good field to win at Racers grand prix. Will post the result soon.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on June 10, 2017, 07:48:24 PM
amaica National Championship Meet
                      JN/Racers Grand Prix - 6/10/2017                     
                              National Stadium                             
 
Event 1  Women 100 Meter Dash
============================================================================
    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Wind Points
============================================================================
Finals                                                                     
  1 Baptiste, Kellyann           Trinidad& Tobago         11.13  -0.8      
  2 Prandini, Jenna              USA                      11.16  -0.8       
  3 Morrison, Natasha            Jamaica                  11.26  -0.8       
  4 Forbes, Sashalee             Jamaica                  11.29  -0.8       
  5 Gardner, English             USA                      11.32  -0.8       
  6 Tenorio, Angela              Ecuador                  11.35  -0.8       
  7 Pierre, Barbara              USA                      11.36  -0.8       
  8 Hill, Candice                USA                      11.40  -0.8     
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on June 10, 2017, 07:49:18 PM
 Jamaica National Championship Meet
                   JN/Racers Grand Prix - 6/10/2017                   
                           National Stadium                           
 
Event 16  Women 400 Meter Hurdles
=======================================================================
    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Points
=======================================================================
Finals                                                                 
  1 Little, Shamier              USA                      54.21       
  2 Muhammed, Dalilah            USA                      54.59       
  3 Tracey, Ristananna           Jamaica                  54.61       
  4 Tate, Cassandra              USA                      54.78       
  5 Tracey, Nikita               Jamaica                  55.32       
  6 White, Rhonda                Jamaica                  55.52       
  7 McKnight, Sparkle            Trinidad& Tobago         56.30        
  8 Nugent, Leah                 Jamaica                  56.32
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on June 10, 2017, 07:50:22 PM
Jamaica National Championship Meet
                      JN/Racers Grand Prix - 6/10/2017                     
                              National Stadium                             
 
Event 2  Men 100 Meter Dash
============================================================================
    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Wind Points
============================================================================
Finals                                                                     
  1 Blake, Yohan                 Jamaica                   9.97   0.6       
  2 Simbine, Akani               South Africa             10.00   0.6       
  3 Bleman, Keston               Trinidad& Tobago         10.22   0.6       

  4 Bailey-Cole, Kemar           Jamaica                  10.23   0.6       
  5 Callendar, Emmanuel          Trinidad& Tobago         10.25   0.6       
  6 Hinds, Chadwick              Jamaica                  10.28   0.6       
  7 Adams, Antonie               St. Kitts& Nevis         10.43   0.6       
  8 Robinson, Bryce              USA                      10.58   0.6       
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on June 10, 2017, 10:26:06 PM
Ayanna Alexander with another sub-par performance in Jamaica that is way below her SB and PB.

http://racersgrandprix.com/liveresults

Jamaica National Championship Meet
                      JN/Racers Grand Prix - 6/10/2017                     
                              National Stadium                             
 
Event 20  Women Triple Jump

============================================================================
    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Wind Points
============================================================================
Finals                                                                     
  1 Thomas-Ricketts, Shaniek     Jamaica                 14.31m   1.6       
  2 Myers, Tamara                Bahamas                 13.80m   2.2       
  3 Eke, Nada                    Ghana                   13.76m   2.6       
  4 Hickling, Tissana            Jamaica                 13.37m   1.5       
  5 Alexander, Ayanna            Trinidad& Tobago        13.25m   2.2       
  6 Lea, Tanasia                 USA                     12.45m   1.5       
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on June 10, 2017, 10:47:37 PM
Nice finishing by Lalonde Gordon and a new SB but he is yet to go sub-45 this season just like Machel Cedenio. If Machel Cedenio had executed his trademark kick-finish (that we all know him for) down the home straight he would have won this race as he was in 2nd place as the runners came into the home straight.
Its possible that Machel is short of long distance condition training this season and also needs to work on getting his back his trademark sprint kick down the home straight.

It will be interesting to see if Machel can hold on to his National 400m title at the Senior Open Champs in 2 weeks time as I believe he is not in the same top shape as he was around this time last year. He could also be a bit race rusty as he opened his season pretty late and with a rather slow time.

On a related note, Jamaica has definitely got a stronger Men's 4x4 team than T&T this season as Demish Gaye was altready sub-45 before today and lowered his PB to become the 2nd fastest Jamaican quarter-miler this season. At this rate JA might be a strong threat to the USA for the gold medal in the M 4x4 at Worlds Champs in London.

T&T will struggle to medal in the M 4x4 in London if we don't have at least 3 to 4 quarter-milers in reliable sub-45 shape by the end of June.

http://racersgrandprix.com/liveresults

Jamaica National Championship Meet
                   JN/Racers Grand Prix - 6/10/2017                   
                           National Stadium                           
 
Event 8  Men 400 Meter Dash

=======================================================================
    Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Points
=======================================================================
Finals                                                                 
  1 Gaye, Demish                 Jamaica                  44.73       
  2 Gordon, Lalonde              Trinidad& Tobago         45.18       
  3 Cedenio, MACHEL              Trinidad& Tobago         45.57       
  4 Norwood, Vernon              USA                      45.63       
  5 Williams, Delano             GBR                      45.85       
  6 McDonald, Rusheen            Jamaica                  45.93       
  7 Gayle, Jermaine              Jamaica                  46.43       
  8 Berry, Mike                  USA                      46.76       
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on July 05, 2017, 12:44:13 AM
Women's 100m at the 2017 Gyulai István Memorial in Hungry

Michelle-Lee Ahye did not finish her 100m race at the Gyulai István Memorial this evening even after getting a 2nd chance to race after she false started.
For some reason MLA seemed to be distracted and lacked the required concentration for this race. Lets hope she did not get injured and will be able to concentrate properly for her next race! :-(

WOMEN'S 100M - GYULAI ISTVAN MEMORIAL 2017 [1080P]
https://www.youtube.com/v/Rue8RyAiFT0
 
Women's 100m - 04.07.2017
Final, Wind: +0.5
Pl. Athlete / Team Cnt. Birth Result Score

1. Blessing OKAGBARE-IGHOTEGUONOR NGR 88 11.11 1176
2. Remona BURCHELL JAM 91 11.15 1167
3. Morolake AKINOSUN USA 94 11.19 1159
4. Carina HORN RSA 89 11.21 1154
5. Tianna BARTOLETTA USA 85 11.27 1142
6. Alyssa CONLEY RSA 91 11.41 1112 SB
7. Kaylin WHITNEY USA 98 11.54 1085
- Michelle-Lee AHYE TTO 92 DNF   

https://www.all-athletics.com/en-us/node/1289008?day=2
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on July 05, 2017, 12:46:54 AM
Men's 400m at the 2017 Gyulai István Memorial in Hungry

Machel Cedenio and Renny Quow place 3rd and 5th respectfully in their first 400m race in Europe following the 2017 T&T Senior Open Championships.
I believe Renny is hoping to run the World Champs 400m standard of 45.50 or faster before 24th July which will allow him to participate in the individual 400m in London in addition to being part of TTO Men's 4x400m Relay squad.

Steven Gardiner is definitely looking like a hot favourite to make it to the 400m Final in London and fight for a medal. If I am correct I believe Steven and Machel are both in the same training camp so Machel should know what he needs to do to beat Steven in London and also fight for a medal..

STEVEN GARDINER WINS MEN'S 400M AT GYULAI ISTVAN MEMORIAL 2017
https://www.youtube.com/v/rMITVK8ycco
 
Men's 400m - 04.07.2017
Final
Pl. Athlete / Team Cnt. Birth Result Score

1. Steven GARDINER BAH 95 44.61 1207
2. Luka JANEŽIČ SLO 95 45.44 1149
3. Machel CEDENIO TTO 95 45.47 1147
4. Nery BRENES CRC 85 45.71 1131 SB
5. Renny QUOW TTO 87 45.78 1126
6. Vernon NORWOOD USA 92 45.84 1122
7. Fitzroy DUNKLEY JAM 93 46.43 1083
8. Mateo RUŽIĆ CRO 94 47.20 1032

https://www.all-athletics.com/en-us/node/1289008?day=2
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini _2022 on July 06, 2017, 02:09:53 PM
 Cedenio pulled up

https://www.youtube.com/v/Ip4aDY2Q73g

Results
400m Men
06 Jul 2017 21:40

Rank Name Result Q Pts. Q Rank

1 RSA  VAN NIEKERK, Wayde  43.62 WL,DLR,MR 8 9
2 BOT  THEBE, Baboloki  44.02 PB 29 1
3 BOT  MAKWALA, Isaac  44.08 SB 6 11
4 USA  NORWOOD, Vernon  44.47 SB 15 3
5 USA  CHERRY, Michael  44.66 PB 4 14
6 USA  MCQUAY, Tony  45.28 14 5
7 NED  BONEVACIA, Liemarvin  45.61 SB 3 17
   TTO  CEDENIO, Machel  DNF

https://lausanne.diamondleague.com/en/programme_results_lausanne
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on July 06, 2017, 07:28:41 PM
@Trini.. Now I'm concerned. But I think he just felt something and decided to stop. 2nd race in 2 days.. 2nd Trini to do the same thing in 2 days. I hope everything is okay.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini1 on July 11, 2017, 10:33:26 PM
From today in Luzern. Quite a solid run given the conditions. Next up is Rabat where KAB takes on MLA, Ta Lou, Blessing and Elaine.
Lauf   Wind:  -0,7
Rk.   StNr.   Name   Jg.   Nat.   Verein   Leistung   
1.   411   Baptiste Kelly-Ann   1986   TRI   Trinidad and Tobago   11.16
2.   444   Brown Aaliyah   1995   USA   United States   11.38   
3.   403   Levy Jura   1991   JAM   Jamaica   11.41   
4.   382   Pierre Barbara   1987   USA   United States   11.42   
5.   222   Kambundji Mujinga   1992   SUI   STB Leichtathletik   11.43   
6.   427   Williams Christania   1994   JAM   Jamaica   11.49   
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on July 13, 2017, 04:04:37 PM
From today in Luzern. Quite a solid run given the conditions. Next up is Rabat where KAB takes on MLA, Ta Lou, Blessing and Elaine.
Lauf   Wind:  -0,7
Rk.   StNr.   Name   Jg.   Nat.   Verein   Leistung   
1.   411   Baptiste Kelly-Ann   1986   TRI   Trinidad and Tobago   11.16
2.   444   Brown Aaliyah   1995   USA   United States   11.38   
3.   403   Levy Jura   1991   JAM   Jamaica   11.41   
4.   382   Pierre Barbara   1987   USA   United States   11.42   
5.   222   Kambundji Mujinga   1992   SUI   STB Leichtathletik   11.43   
6.   427   Williams Christania   1994   JAM   Jamaica   11.49   


100m Womens Heat B EA Classic Meeting Luzern
https://www.youtube.com/v/b3kkx3ivgmY
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on July 13, 2017, 07:33:45 PM
How did Michelle beat that? She looks solid. If she runs like that, she will be in the WC final.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on July 15, 2017, 09:39:57 PM

Say allyuh prayers for medals at this year World Champs
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on July 16, 2017, 07:23:28 PM
I guess having a finalist in the world championships  is all we could bank on.

Btw, Ahye 3rd 11.03. Baptiste 5th in Rabat 11.05. Thompson1st and Talou2nd were also in the race.

Bledman get 6th. He look like he nursing something. If he runs the  way he did today, I don't think he will make the semi at the worlds. That's how bad it is. I hope he finds his form..
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 04, 2017, 02:09:15 PM
Bledman and Callendar both out in the 1st round.

To be fair to Callendar, he did slip in the blocks. Worked hard to come back. He would have qualified if he didn't slip.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini _2022 on August 06, 2017, 06:51:13 AM
what ever happen to Wayne Davis II  has he quit track?
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 06, 2017, 09:06:07 AM
what ever happen to Wayne Davis II  has he quit track?

Took a break. Had a baby. Baby was experiencing some health challenges.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 06, 2017, 01:06:48 PM
MLA and KAB will be running beside each other in the 100m final.

Cedenio is clearly not in form. He did not look well. No Trinis in the 400m finals.

I predicting :

1st Van Neikerk
2nd Makwala
3rd Thebe or Gardiner

Sando where yuh boy Socapro?
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Deeks on August 06, 2017, 01:41:59 PM
We sucking  salt. Not even ah green guava to eat with it. Time for some new blood. New blood for Paris and LA, that is. I don't see us having a group for Tokyo. But hopefully Ephraim and them will work extremely hard to blood some new athletes.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on August 06, 2017, 02:56:50 PM

Bowie wins Gold in 100M

allyuh was mad when Trump said make America great again?  :D Well America win both 100m finals
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 06, 2017, 04:22:59 PM

Bowie wins Gold in 100M

allyuh was mad when Trump said make America great again?  :D Well America win both 100m finals

I like Talou. She almost like a SAFP.

Ahoure is a beauty. If she doesn't win a medal, she should enter the pageant.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 06, 2017, 04:34:57 PM
There is evidence of Trump colluding with IAAF..

I'm convinced he is responsible for Degrasse hamstring tear. No doubt that Degrasse would have won the 100m easily
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini _2022 on August 07, 2017, 07:39:12 AM
Ok Michelle lee ahye  ran 10.82 a pb at OUR TRIALS .. but at these games she could not even go sub 11 . I really wonder if those times are legit at our  trial  or our athlete just peak at the national trials ...
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Storeboy on August 07, 2017, 08:01:48 AM
Ok Michelle lee ahye  ran 10.82 a pb at OUR TRIALS .. but at these games she could not even go sub 11 . I really wonder if those times are legit at our  trial  or our athlete just peak at the national trials ...
I agree. I've raised that question many times! It provides false expectations to fans and athletes alike.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 07, 2017, 08:34:00 AM
MHO.. I think HCS timer might be off by a .10 or .05. Despite that, I still think MLA is capable of running below 10.9x. I think there are things she needs to find tune. Her start is one example. If she had KAB start, she will be a contender for a medal.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 07, 2017, 11:41:55 AM
I just posted this in a previous thread. Richards just EAT up the 200m. He look likes he can run 19.80 easy.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on August 07, 2017, 01:24:00 PM
Yes, he looked tremendous. Will need to replicate that performance 2 more times.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 08, 2017, 01:05:27 PM
MLA dns for 200m. I suspect it's the stomach virus. Hope she is okay for the relay.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 08, 2017, 01:41:34 PM
Bowie is out too.

I read that the officials are preventing select athletes from competing. Both Ahye and Bowie were seen warming up on the track before their 200m heat. They were turned away as a health/safety precaution.
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Post by: Deeks on August 08, 2017, 03:02:04 PM
That South African fella!
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Post by: gawd on pitch on August 08, 2017, 03:05:38 PM
That kid from Qatar has kick to rival Cedenio's. He is going to be hard to beat.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on August 12, 2017, 11:52:50 AM
Our male 4x100 failed to advance to the final, but no surprise there. The ladies made it, but barely. The second and third exchanges need work. Khalifa is the weak link, so they have to give her as much of a cushion as possible. MLA absolutely BLAZED the back stretch. Man it was beautiful to watch. May have accounted for the poor exchange between herself and Semoy. Too much speed... Lol.

Our male 4x400m made the final and looked good doing so. Was a bit surprised on how fast they ran, considering the form of the individual pieces. Replicate tomorrow and we should be on the podium.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: 100% Barataria on August 12, 2017, 11:57:21 AM
Our male 4x100 failed to advance to the final, but no surprise there. The ladies made it, but barely. The second and third exchanges need work. Khalifa is the weak link, so they have to give her as much of a cushion as possible. MLA absolutely BLAZED the back stretch. Man it was beautiful to watch. May have accounted for the poor exchange between herself and Semoy. Too much speed... Lol.

Our male 4x400m made the final and looked good doing so. Was a bit surprised on how fast they ran, considering the form of the individual pieces. Replicate tomorrow and we should be on the podium.

How would you order the ladies to get the best finish?  Or is that the best?
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on August 12, 2017, 01:23:34 PM
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Congrats to Mr Richards on his Bronze medal. T&T is proud of you! 🇹🇹 🇹🇹

Here is Highlights of the 200M race   https://www.facebook.com/pg/CNC3Television/videos/?ref=page_internal

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Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: vb on August 12, 2017, 01:30:39 PM
Any videos of the relays?
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on August 12, 2017, 02:29:46 PM
Our male 4x100 failed to advance to the final, but no surprise there. The ladies made it, but barely. The second and third exchanges need work. Khalifa is the weak link, so they have to give her as much of a cushion as possible. MLA absolutely BLAZED the back stretch. Man it was beautiful to watch. May have accounted for the poor exchange between herself and Semoy. Too much speed... Lol.

Our male 4x400m made the final and looked good doing so. Was a bit surprised on how fast they ran, considering the form of the individual pieces. Replicate tomorrow and we should be on the podium.

How would you order the ladies to get the best finish?  Or is that the best?

Based on everyone's skill set, it's the best IMO. Khalifa is just still obviously developing.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 12, 2017, 02:42:23 PM
KSF ran 11.06. She is injured or yes.. still developing. But remember this relay team rarely gets the opportunity to practice. As Ato said, races do not mean practice.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: 100% Barataria on August 12, 2017, 03:10:39 PM
Drama
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Post by: Sando prince on August 12, 2017, 03:18:47 PM
Drama

Only drama if you supporting the losing athletes/ relay teams
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Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: 100% Barataria on August 12, 2017, 03:31:51 PM
I not on you nah, carry on
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Post by: 100% Barataria on August 12, 2017, 04:08:40 PM
Did Walcott throw today?

Yeah, finished 7th
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: soccerman on August 12, 2017, 04:11:10 PM
Did Walcott throw today?

Yeah, finished 7th
:beermug: he must've had an off day bc he's generally a consistent performer
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on August 12, 2017, 04:39:10 PM
Any videos of the relays?

Seen some links to relay videos here http://worldchamps2017.weebly.com
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 12, 2017, 04:44:27 PM
I seen the 4x400 men race. I like the order Quow to Richards to Cedenio to Gordon.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 13, 2017, 02:27:08 PM
BRAPP. GOLD! 4X400
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: 100% Barataria on August 13, 2017, 02:28:55 PM
Boom!
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Post by: FF on August 13, 2017, 02:29:40 PM
GOLD!!!!!
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: real madness on August 13, 2017, 03:01:06 PM
I was worried after reading some comments from Solomon o FB about team selection.  Then was surprised he was the pop off leg.  He ran a solid leg and kept us in the race.  Then Jereem put us in 2nd place. Cedenio fell off but recovered at the end of his leg to close the gap on the Us and Lalonde "Big Race" Gordon ran the best anchor I have ever seen from a Trini runner.

Congrats fellahs. Most of you had average seasons but came together as a team to make the country proud.

Watch the NAAA take credit now.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: FF on August 13, 2017, 03:12:02 PM
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1701813559843571&id=100000448304281

Highlights.
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Post by: 100% Barataria on August 13, 2017, 03:19:16 PM
 :rotfl:
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini _2022 on August 13, 2017, 03:29:17 PM
jareem Richards  on that second leg  all we need now is Jonathan farina back
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 13, 2017, 03:36:29 PM
jareem Richards  on that second leg  all we need now is Jonathan farina back

Let we start with spelling he name right. Jereem. He is our star of these champs. Anyone links to the splits?
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Post by: Sando prince on August 13, 2017, 03:39:46 PM
Very very impressive run from our quarter milers. Congrats on the GOLD :applause:
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Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on August 13, 2017, 03:42:38 PM
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WATCH! THE MOMENT WHEN T&T WON GOLD http://tinyurl.com/yagwz4cj  🇹🇹
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Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: real madness on August 13, 2017, 03:53:01 PM
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1701813559843571&id=100000448304281

Highlights.

that saddist need a medal too for the commentary.  he went from saying cedenio shouldn't be on the team to saying Yes Cedenio.  then he start to scream lalonde lalonde lalonde lalonde  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: vb on August 13, 2017, 04:10:08 PM
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1701813559843571&id=100000448304281

Highlights.

that saddist need a medal too for the commentary.  he went from saying cedenio shouldn't be on the team to saying Yes Cedenio.  then he start to scream lalonde lalonde lalonde lalonde  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

I swear he was giving birth in the last 20 metres.  ;D
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: real madness on August 13, 2017, 04:11:00 PM
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1701813559843571&id=100000448304281

Highlights.

that saddist need a medal too for the commentary.  he went from saying cedenio shouldn't be on the team to saying Yes Cedenio.  then he start to scream lalonde lalonde lalonde lalonde  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

I swear he was giving birth in the last 20 metres.  ;D

yeah he gave birth to a boy, his name is Lalonde.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: FF on August 13, 2017, 04:30:42 PM
Forged from the Love of Liberty closed the World Championships

Trinidad & Tobago’s national anthem being played during the medal ceremony for the Men's 4x400m relay at the World Championships in London.

https://twitter.com/ClydeenMcDonald/status/896856205582376960
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on August 13, 2017, 04:32:57 PM
https://media.aws.iaaf.org/competitiondocuments/pdf/5151/AT-4X4-M-f--1--.RS5.pdf?v=1181542542

The splits ^^^^

Solomon put us in a hole, but the next 3 legs brought us back. Jereem and Cedenio were the fastest on their respective legs and Lalonde was the 2nd fastest anchor.


WELL DONE BOYS!!!!!!! :beermug: :beermug: :beermug:
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Post by: Peong on August 13, 2017, 05:28:59 PM
Nicely done. Gordon power through that last turn and straight
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: jusbless on August 13, 2017, 05:52:54 PM
Question for management.  Why did Solomon run the first leg.  Is Quow injured or something.  Cause that decision could of cost Gold.  A similar instance happened in World relays when we replaced Lendore for Solomon and went downhill.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: TheCarterFilez on August 13, 2017, 06:20:58 PM
Question for management.  Why did Solomon run the first leg.  Is Quow injured or something.  Cause that decision could of cost Gold.  A similar instance happened in World relays when we replaced Lendore for Solomon and went downhill.

no one was injured ;) just a temper tantrum by someone who placed 4th at trials who thought they deserved to run the finals over Quow and he showed how much he DID NOT deserve it with a 46.1 split !
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: choko on August 13, 2017, 06:44:21 PM
Question for management.  Why did Solomon run the first leg.  Is Quow injured or something.  Cause that decision could of cost Gold.  A similar instance happened in World relays when we replaced Lendore for Solomon and went downhill.

no one was injured ;) just a temper tantrum by someone who placed 4th at trials who thought they deserved to run the finals over Quow and he showed how much he DID NOT deserve it with a 46.1 split !

Let's celebrate the win and keep the good vibrations going. The high road is always the best road!
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: jusbless on August 13, 2017, 06:46:55 PM
This crap has to stop he should be banned .  He had no grounds.  The man is the worst of all our runners. Why does management allow him to always get away with this crap. Is this one athlete who is the slowest have so much clout.  Naaa management  Country  over individuals.  This guy had proven over and over again it is all about him and not about our country it is time we ban him
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: jusbless on August 13, 2017, 06:49:36 PM
Choke enough is enough.  This is not the first time.  Should we just pretend because we got gold and just celebrate.  Because of one man selfishness we could of hamper our chances.  If it was not for the other three runners we would be here asking why was jarrin on first leg
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Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: choko on August 13, 2017, 07:07:15 PM
This crap has to stop he should be banned .  He had no grounds.  The man is the worst of all our runners. Why does management allow him to always get away with this crap. Is this one athlete who is the slowest have so much clout.  Naaa management  Country  over individuals.  This guy had proven over and over again it is all about him and not about our country it is time we ban him

You're entitled to your opinion. You must run in his shoes sometime. And in the shoes of other athletes as well. And be responsible for team selection and management.

On a phone typing slow. We win and you're still asking why. I'm not banning anyone! He did not burn the flag! Management has to manage. He did his best once he was on the track.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: REC on August 13, 2017, 09:21:07 PM
https://media.aws.iaaf.org/competitiondocuments/pdf/5151/AT-4X4-M-f--1--.RS5.pdf?v=1181542542

The splits ^^^^

Solomon put us in a hole, but the next 3 legs brought us back. Jereem and Cedenio were the fastest on their respective legs and Lalonde was the 2nd fastest anchor.


WELL DONE BOYS!!!!!!! :beermug: :beermug: :beermug:
What were the official splits for the Womens 4X1 relay final?
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: royal on August 13, 2017, 09:29:04 PM
we still have Lendore to come
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: royal on August 13, 2017, 09:30:34 PM
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1701813559843571&id=100000448304281

Highlights.

that saddist need a medal too for the commentary.  he went from saying cedenio shouldn't be on the team to saying Yes Cedenio.  then he start to scream lalonde lalonde lalonde lalonde  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

I swear he was giving birth in the last 20 metres.  ;D

yeah he gave birth to a boy, his name is Lalonde.

dat home commentary was a classic, sounds like 'de fearless one' brother
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: ffisback on August 13, 2017, 09:38:28 PM
Finally beating the U S A was priceless thanks to all you guys.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Deeks on August 14, 2017, 04:36:59 AM
I thought this championship was going to be guava season. That race and Jareem's performance made up for all the disappointments. Tokyo, here we come.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: jusbless on August 14, 2017, 04:54:40 AM
Choko what stupidness I talking no need to ban him.  Once everyone healthy and run at Nationals.  I rest assured he will no longer be on the squad. 
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Post by: Sando prince on August 14, 2017, 07:27:50 AM
T&T National Anthem, last one played at the WC  http://tinyurl.com/ybph7oed

:beermug:
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Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: soccerman on August 14, 2017, 11:38:40 AM
Excellent boys, well done and congrats. You made the country proud!
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: soccerman on August 14, 2017, 11:49:21 AM
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1701813559843571&id=100000448304281

Highlights.

that saddist need a medal too for the commentary.  he went from saying cedenio shouldn't be on the team to saying Yes Cedenio.  then he start to scream lalonde lalonde lalonde lalonde  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

I swear he was giving birth in the last 20 metres.  ;D

yeah he gave birth to a boy, his name is Lalonde.

dat home commentary was a classic, sounds like 'de fearless one' brother
:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Storeboy on August 14, 2017, 04:45:39 PM
jareem Richards  on that second leg  all we need now is Jonathan farina back
We need a fit Deon Lendore as well to strengthen the pool for 2019. By Tokyo, Lalonde Gordon will be past his prime and we won not because of, but in spite of Jarrin Solomon.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Deeks on August 14, 2017, 05:58:52 PM
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1701813559843571&id=100000448304281

Highlights.

 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:


This take the cake!!!!
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Deeks on August 14, 2017, 08:47:58 PM
From Dexter Voisin. and I agree with him 100%.


http://www.trinidadexpress.com/20170814/sports/facility-needed

 A facility for track and field where athletes can train and compete uninterrupted is needed. It does not have to be a stadium, but it has to be a facility where athletes can go at any time and not have to share with other sports and entertainment. That would augur well for the future.”
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: real madness on August 15, 2017, 07:33:57 AM
jareem Richards  on that second leg  all we need now is Jonathan farina back
We need a fit Deon Lendore as well to strengthen the pool for 2019. By Tokyo, Lalonde Gordon will be past his prime and we won not because of, but in spite of Jarrin Solomon.

I would not underestimate Lalonde for 2019 and 2020.  Although he will be 30/31, I would not be surprised if he is at least capable of being a solid relay contributor.  30/31 is "old" for a sprinter but he runs with bad mind which is what more of our athletes need to do.  Quow will be 31/32 as well.  I agree Lendore needs get back in form plus other youths need to step up to the next level.  The youth pool has talent such as St Clair, Kashief King, Theon Lewis, Onal Mitchell,Judah Taylor,Asa Guevera, Zidane Martin, etc.  We cant end up in the same situation as the men 4x100 where there is no one stepping up to replace Torpedo, Beldman, etc.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: ffisback on August 15, 2017, 08:30:39 AM
Jamaica and Botswana already fire there warning shot there young guns are ready Great Britain already looking at we bad mind they saying we could take them boys down if T&T young guns cannot knock these older guys off the team the dream stops here.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: real madness on August 15, 2017, 08:48:49 AM
jareem Richards  on that second leg  all we need now is Jonathan farina back

Isn't Farinha a 100/200 runner? 
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Trini _2022 on August 16, 2017, 09:57:09 AM
jareem Richards  on that second leg  all we need now is Jonathan farina back

Isn't Farinha a 100/200 runner? 

and he used to run the 4x4 relay
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: real madness on August 16, 2017, 01:52:39 PM
jareem Richards  on that second leg  all we need now is Jonathan farina back

Isn't Farinha a 100/200 runner? 

and he used to run the 4x4 relay

ok..i think he should be focusing on helping our 4x1 relay become competitive again. we have a lot of 400 talent so hopefully a few of those guys can step up soon.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Deeks on August 16, 2017, 03:29:01 PM
jareem Richards  on that second leg  all we need now is Jonathan farina back

Isn't Farinha a 100/200 runner? 

and he used to run the 4x4 relay

ok..i think he should be focusing on helping our 4x1 relay become competitive again. we have a lot of 400 talent so hopefully a few of those guys can step up soon.

So what about our women? They need help the most.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Deeks on August 16, 2017, 10:52:37 PM
http://www.guardian.co.tt/sports/2017-08-17/injured-john-keeps-faith-red-white-and-black

Published:
Thursday, August 17, 2017


While T&T fetes our freshly minted gold medal 4x400 metre men’s World Championship relay team of Lalonde Gordon, Machel Cedenio, Jarrin Solomon and Jereem Richards, who is also the men’s 200 metre bronze medallist; we cannot ignore their constant cries for help and support which some continued to make even as the games were in progress in London, England over the last two weeks.

Jereem himself echoed the call upon returning to a VIP welcome home ceremony on Monday, pleading for sold out crowds to witness he and his fellow athletes perform, good, bad or indifferent. But on the other end of the spectrum one voice makes a different appeal, one which has regularly come from her colleagues and counterparts, but which is all too often muted.

Deborah John, the women’s 100 metre hurdler, who debuted at her first World Championships, suffered a horrific fall while going over the fifth hurdle during the heats on Day 8. She suffered several injuries including whiplash, muscular strains to her quad and hamstring on her left leg as well as a sprained shoulder and right thumb. She has since returned to her base in Auburn, Alabama, USA, where she resides.

“Right now I’m in recovery and rehabilitation and I haven’t started going for medical treatment because when I left the championship in England, I was told by another doctor, not part of the T&T medical staff, to take about 10 days off to give the muscles some time to start the healing process,” John explained in a phone interview with Guardian Media Sports.

The four-time national champion in the women’s high hurdles added: “One thing I would like to mention is that no one from the athletic association or federation has since contacted me to offer any financial assistance to aid in the recovery process. I haven’t gotten funding since 2015, so all the expenses that I incur is all on my own. I am shocked that no one has reached out to me as yet. I am still waiting to see if anyone would say if there is any kind of system in place to provide assistance for an athlete who goes out there and represents Trinidad and Tobago and gets injured in the process.”

The former Tunapuna Secondary School student’s attempt to script a World Championship fairy tale started when she received a wild card entry to the event three weeks ago. She did not attain a qualifying standard for automatic qualification but was allowed to participate late as one of the fastest athletes for the year, clocking 13.10 seconds one day before the cut off date for IAAF World Championships entrants.

“I was excited when I received the call from Trinidad so I just continued training to prepare myself as best as possible. There were some delays with obtaining my ticket to fly to London because I was called so late and that was pretty stressful. But once I got there I took my mind off of that.”

Then came the morning of her event. John stated that she had done her best to prepare and focus on the task at hand, but things went from bad to worse as her dream was about to quickly turn sour for the holder of a degree in Business Management with a minor in psychology who has moved from sprints, to the heptathlon and then to the sprint hurdles and was competing in her first global meet.

The 27-year-old former North Dakota State All-American said, while she has concerns about her health and recovery, she hopes to once again get the chance to wear national colours, which she has done since she was a teenager, representing T&T at the Carifta Games, Pan American Junior Games and the Commonwealth Games before the World Championships.

“I see it as a stepping stone. I do the hurdles so I try to use that event and relate it to my real life experiences by clearing every obstacle that comes my way. Due to the injuries that I have sustained from the fall, the only concern I do have is that, if it does not heal properly and I don’t get assistance to do proper rehabilitation, it may lead to recurring or chronic injuries which might be a setback for me come next season,” she concluded.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on August 17, 2017, 04:18:22 AM
This crap has to stop he should be banned .  He had no grounds.  The man is the worst of all our runners. Why does management allow him to always get away with this crap. Is this one athlete who is the slowest have so much clout.  Naaa management  Country  over individuals.  This guy had proven over and over again it is all about him and not about our country it is time we ban him

You're entitled to your opinion. You must run in his shoes sometime. And in the shoes of other athletes as well. And be responsible for team selection and management.

On a phone typing slow. We win and you're still asking why. I'm not banning anyone! He did not burn the flag! Management has to manage. He did his best once he was on the track.

Full agreement!

Btw Solomon's complaint on his facebook page was about him not being used in the heats even though he was the freshest athlete in the squad, in order to keep our top 4 quartermilers as fresh as possible for the Final with an extra day's rest. I was involved in the facebook conversation on Solomon's facebook page.
As it was they decided to replace Quow who was the slowest in the 4x4 Heats with Solomon in the 4x4 Final and we won gold and everyone who ran between the 4x4 Heats and the 4x4 Final gets a medal so all 5 of them Solomon, Quow, Richards, Cedenio and Gordon all come home with a gold medals.

I think it worked out better for the squad seeing that 5 athletes head back home with a gold medal and not 4.

In the ideal world we could had used both Solomon and St Clair who are in the relay squad in the 4x4 Heats and then the top 4; Quow, Richards, Cedenio and Gordon in the Final and all 6 of our relay squad quartermilers could have come back home with a medal for running in either the Heats or the Final or both.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: real madness on August 17, 2017, 07:15:18 AM
jareem Richards  on that second leg  all we need now is Jonathan farina back

Isn't Farinha a 100/200 runner? 

and he used to run the 4x4 relay

ok..i think he should be focusing on helping our 4x1 relay become competitive again. we have a lot of 400 talent so hopefully a few of those guys can step up soon.

So what about our women? They need help the most.

never said the women didn't need help.  track and field need help in general.

we need to get a relay coach and better facilities.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: jusbless on August 17, 2017, 08:04:20 AM
http://krqe.com/2017/08/15/jarrin-solomon-almost-missed-out-on-trinadad-tobago-world-championship-gold/
Choko and Socapro look your boy claiming NAAA politics nearly kept him out the finals
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on August 17, 2017, 10:15:41 AM
http://krqe.com/2017/08/15/jarrin-solomon-almost-missed-out-on-trinadad-tobago-world-championship-gold/
Choko and Socapro look your boy claiming NAAA politics nearly kept him out the finals

That's his view which he is entitled to, Solomon has been around our relay teams long enough to know when politics is at play or not and look how many medals he has won with our relay teams over the years.

On a related note it was really good of Renny Quow to give up his lead-off spot in the Final to Solomon knowing that if we medal he would still get a medal seeing that he was part of our squad that ran in the 4x4 Heats.
Full respect to Renny Quow for that great guesture and showing faith in his teamate Solomon, this bodes well for very good team spirit among all our 4x4 relay team members in the future.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on August 26, 2017, 07:13:20 PM
As 2017 come to an end my opinion is a mixed one. Happy and salute the 4x400 men relay team and happy for Jareem Richards progress. BUT at the same time we are witnessing the big decline in times and competitiveness from some of our top athletes. Jehue Gordon had no impact this year (Third year straight now). Keshorn had a disappointing season and Ahye was mediocre all season.
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Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Storeboy on August 27, 2017, 04:52:31 AM
As 2017 come to an end my opinion is a mixed one. Happy and sale the 4x400 men relay team and happy for Jareem Richards progress. BUT at the same time we are witnessing the big decline in times and competitiveness from some of our top athletes. Jehue Gordon had no impact this year (Third year straight now). Keshorn had a disappointing season and Ahye was mediocre all season.
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And except for the 4x4 WC final, Marcel Cedenio did not perform well coming off a brilliant 4th in Rio
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on August 28, 2017, 06:52:53 AM
As 2017 come to an end my opinion is a mixed one. Happy and sale the 4x400 men relay team and happy for Jareem Richards progress. BUT at the same time we are witnessing the big decline in times and competitiveness from some of our top athletes. Jehue Gordon had no impact this year (Third year straight now). Keshorn had a disappointing season and Ahye was mediocre all season.
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And except for the 4x4 WC final, Marcel Cedenio did not perform well coming off a brilliant 4th in Rio

That is correct
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Aviator on August 28, 2017, 08:54:13 AM
MACHEL Cedenio had an Injury along with some personal and coaching issues this season. Things should be back on track next year.

Agree with the rest.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: gawd on pitch on August 28, 2017, 10:20:12 AM
MACHEL Cedenio had an Injury along with some personal and coaching issues this season. Things should be back on track next year.

Agree with the rest.

Despite his challenges, he was able to run a boss leg for the 4x400. He'll be a threat for 2019 and 2020.

But overall very mediocre year. With a few exceptions.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on August 28, 2017, 04:38:37 PM
Can Sando and others who are unaware please note that his name is Jereem Richards and not Jareem Richards.

I think Jereem has been touted as the best performing Caribbean althele at the London World  Championships.
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on August 28, 2017, 07:10:43 PM
Can Sando and others who are unaware please note that his name is Jereem Richards and not Jareem Richards.

I think Jereem has been touted as the best performing Caribbean althele at the London World  Championships.

I am sure Jareem not toting feelings about his name being misspelt like you. Doh worry everything will be ok  :D
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Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Socapro on August 29, 2017, 12:15:12 AM
Can Sando and others who are unaware please note that his name is Jereem Richards and not Jareem Richards.

I think Jereem has been touted as the best performing Caribbean althele at the London World  Championships.

I am sure Jareem not toting feelings about his name being misspelt like you. Doh worry everything will be ok  :D
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Who told you that I am toting feelings about anything? I simply decided to help you out.

It seems that like the immature person you are you are obviously toting feeling about being corrected.

If you were a grown-up you would have just said thank you and moved along so it is obvious that no one else is toting feeling about being corrected but yourself.

PS:
You can continue to misspell Jereem's name if you wish which only proves my point that you are toting feeling about being corrected. Maybe one day you will grow-up? But I suspect we would actually see Watson Duke swim from Tobago to Trinidad before then!  ;)
Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Sando prince on August 29, 2017, 05:11:20 AM


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Title: Re: 2017 Outdoor Results for T&T Athletes
Post by: Storeboy on September 01, 2017, 11:15:54 AM
Can Sando and others who are unaware please note that his name is Jereem Richards and not Jareem Richards.

I think Jereem has been touted as the best performing Caribbean althele at the London World  Championships.

I am sure Jareem not toting feelings about his name being misspelt like you. Doh worry everything will be ok  :D
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Who told you that I am toting feelings about anything? I simply decided to help you out.

It seems that like the immature person you are you are obviously toting feeling about being corrected.

If you were a grown-up you would have just said thank you and moved along so it is obvious that no one else is toting feeling about being corrected but yourself.

PS:
You can continue to misspell Jereem's name if you wish which only proves my point that you are toting feeling about being corrected. Maybe one day you will grow-up? But I suspect we would actually see Watson Duke swim from Tobago to Trinidad before then!  ;)

Boss!  :rotfl: :rotfl: