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Re: Womens 100m: London 2012 Olympics competition schedule & results
« Reply #60 on: August 04, 2012, 03:52:49 PM »
It could be just me, but Shelley Ann Frazier-Pryce is sexy as hell. No disrespect Mr Pryce. ;D

She is a fine Thoroughbred, she have a nice smile too

The body is definitely banging, but the smile and the demeanor does do it for me ;D
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Re: Re: Womens 100m: London 2012 Olympics competition schedule & results
« Reply #61 on: August 04, 2012, 04:56:49 PM »
when we getting a medal?  hope we don't have to wait much longer

Rk   Bib   Athlete   Mark
1   2197     FRASER-PRYCE Shelly-Ann   10.75      
2   3299     JETER Carmelita   10.78   SB   
3   2194     CAMPBELL-BROWN Veronica   10.81   SB   
4   3306     MADISON Tianna   10.85   PB   
5   3287     FELIX Allyson   10.89   PB   
6   3055     BAPTISTE Kelly-Ann   10.94      
7   1402     AHOURE Murielle   11.00      
8   2584     OKAGBARE Blessing   11.01

That medal MIGHT come from an unlikely source first, if the cycling gods work well tomorrow. Philip is in the quarters of the sprint. Beat a German and Kiwi today.
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Re: Womens 100m: London 2012 Olympics competition schedule & results
« Reply #62 on: August 04, 2012, 08:25:20 PM »
when we getting a medal?  hope we don't have to wait much longer


That medal MIGHT come from an unlikely source first, if the cycling gods work well tomorrow. Philip is in the quarters of the sprint. Beat a German and Kiwi today.


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Re: Womens 100m: London 2012 Olympics competition schedule & results
« Reply #63 on: August 05, 2012, 05:28:05 AM »
I think KAB did well considering what she's been through this year to be able to make the final after her Achilles setback should inspire her to do greater things next year and possibly next Olympics once she is injury free. She even led the race for about 50m. This should tell her that she just has to work in the latter part of her race. What's not shocking is that all the women that beat her have been running 100's as well as 200 throughout the season and have better season's best in it. Maybe Kelly didn't because it would have meant more stress on the injury. I feel if she gets down to about 22.2/22.1 in the 2 and maintsins or improves her start in the 1 she won't be beaten.

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Re: Womens 100m: London 2012 Olympics competition schedule & results
« Reply #64 on: August 05, 2012, 01:59:54 PM »
I think KAB did well considering what she's been through this year to be able to make the final after her Achilles setback should inspire her to do greater things next year and possibly next Olympics once she is injury free. She even led the race for about 50m. This should tell her that she just has to work in the latter part of her race. What's not shocking is that all the women that beat her have been running 100's as well as 200 throughout the season and have better season's best in it. Maybe Kelly didn't because it would have meant more stress on the injury. I feel if she gets down to about 22.2/22.1 in the 2 and maintsins or improves her start in the 1 she won't be beaten.
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Fraser-Pryce is sprint queen once again
« Reply #65 on: August 05, 2012, 04:13:24 PM »
http://www.trinidadexpress.com/sports/Fraser-Pryce_is_sprint_queen_once_again-165034726.html

Fraser-Pryce is sprint queen once again
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Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce proved to be the sprint queen of the track once again when she retained her Olympic 100 metres title yesterday.
 
Fraser-Pryce, securing what could be the first leg of a Jamaican double with Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake vying for men's 100 gold today, clocked 10.75 seconds to cap a frantic night of action in a packed Olympic stadium.
 
American Carmelita Jeter grabbed silver in 10.78 and Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica claimed bronze in 10.81.
 
"The track is fast. I am excited. Two years I've had up and down," said 25-year-old Fraser-Pryce, who tested positive in 2010 for banned substance oxycodone after using medication for toothache and was subsequently suspended for six months.
 
"It will feel really good to be standing on the podium. In Beijing I was young. This year I was a bit nervous because I was a favourite."
 
American Gail Devers was the last to retain the 100 title when following up Barcelona triumph with victory in Atlanta in 1996. American Wyomia Tyus also won back-to-back golds in 1964 and 1968.
 
Fraser-Pryce's winning time was three-hundredths of a second quicker than she clocked in the Beijing final. It was also the second fastest time in an Olympic 100 final with only Florence Griffith-Joyner going quicker when she clocked 10.54 in 1988 in Seoul.
 
Jamaica upstaged the United States completely by sealing a clean sweep of the podium in 2008 but Jeter, the 2011 world champion and second fastest woman of all time, restored American pride by pushing Fraser-Pryce all the way.
 
The Jamaican, her hair tied back by a yellow ribbon, made a flying start and always had the powerful Jeter in check as she lunged for the line. In something of an anti-climax after a night of British triumph in the stadium, her victory was met by muted cheers in comparison to the cacophony of sound that greeted gold medals for Jessica Ennis, Greg Rutherford and, noisiest of all, 10,000 metres champion Mo Farah.
 
Fraser-Pryce did prove a showstopper back home in Kingston where play in the West Indies vs New Zealand Test was stopped while the final was shown on a big screen. Spectators at Sabina Park raucously celebrated her triumph.
 
Fraser-Pryce was little known when she stormed to gold in 2008, but followed up a year later by winning the world title in Berlin.
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Re: Womens 100m: London 2012 Olympics competition schedule & results
« Reply #66 on: August 06, 2012, 12:47:48 PM »
Hackett 2nd in her heat , qualifies for semi. 22.81

Selvon 4th 22.85 i believe she is a fastest loser
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Re: Womens 100m: London 2012 Olympics competition schedule & results
« Reply #67 on: August 06, 2012, 12:55:20 PM »
One more heat and Kai is the fastest 4th place.  So she's in right?

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Re: Re: Womens 100m: London 2012 Olympics competition schedule & results
« Reply #68 on: August 06, 2012, 01:03:03 PM »
One more heat and Kai is the fastest 4th place.  So she's in right?

Looks so
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Re: Womens 100m: London 2012 Olympics competition schedule & results
« Reply #69 on: August 06, 2012, 01:04:17 PM »
One more heat and Kai is the fastest 4th place.  So she's in right?
Yep. Fastest of the fastest losers.

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Semi finals 3:25pm Tuesday
Heat 1

Lane   Bib   Athlete   PB   SB   +
2   2126     PETER Allison   22.77   22.77   +
3   1268     LALOVA Ivet   22.51   23.01   +
4   1791     SOUMARE Myriam   22.32   22.70   +
5   1120     STRACHAN Anthonique   22.53   22.53   +
6   3185     RYEMYEN Mariya   22.58   22.58   +
7   3299     JETER Carmelita   22.11   22.11   +
8   1846     ADEOYE Margaret   22.94   22.94   +
9   2194     CAMPBELL-BROWN Veronica   21.74   22.38   +

Heat 2
Lane   Bib   Athlete   PB   SB   +
2   1513     ARTYMATA Eleni   22.61   23.09   +
3   1241     DOS SANTOS Evelyn   22.99   22.99   +
4   3287     FELIX Allyson   21.69   21.69   +
5   1402     AHOURE Murielle   22.42   22.42   +
6   3058     HACKETT Semoy   22.55   22.55   +
7   2125     JONES-FERRETTE Laverne   22.46   22.64   +
8   2203     SIMPSON Sherone   22.00   22.37   +
9   3154     BRYZGINA Elyzaveta   22.44   22.69   +

Heat 3
Lane   Bib   Athlete   PB   SB   +
2   1307     EMMANUEL Crystal   22.90   23.10   +
3   3061     SELVON Kai   22.85   22.85   +
4   2197     FRASER-PRYCE Shelly-Ann   22.10   22.10   +
5   3313     RICHARDS-ROSS Sanya   22.09   22.09   +
6   2854     FEDORIVA Aleksandra   22.19   22.19   +
7   1869     OYEPITAN Abiodun   22.50   22.71   +
8   2010     REDHEAD Janelle   22.91   23.08   +
9   3193     STUY Hrystyna   22.66   22.66
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FINAL: 4:00PM EST Wed, August 8

Lane Bib Athlete Country SB 2012 PB
2 1791 Myriam Soumaré  FRA 22.56 22.32
3 3058 Semoy Hackett  TRI 22.55 22.55
4 2197 Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce  JAM 22.10 22.10
5 2194 Veronica Campbell-Brown  JAM 22.32 21.74
6 3313 Sanya Richards-Ross  USA 22.09 22.09
7 3287 Allyson Felix  USA 21.69 21.69
8 1402 Murielle Ahoure  CIV 22.42 22.42
9 3299 Carmelita Jeter  USA 22.11 22.11
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