lsabre wrote:Dwain Chambers shows he means business with a blistering equal PB of 6.55 secs in the men's 60m. What are the odds now that he runs away with gold?
Laura Turner ran a SB of 7.28 secs a little earlier but could not follow Kwakyye into the final. It was a good performance, however, considering she hasn't peaked for the indoor season...
Good 2 days for our guys so far,
I sabre sometimes some of your comments are weird. What do you mean " She hasn't peak for the Indoors". She said as far back as last August that she was running indoors and prepared properly for this by going South Africa.
I know you are a Turner fan ( which you deny)- Just teasing...... thats fine they are all Brits but i remember telling you last year on this site that Kwakyye should be number 1 last year with her 2-1 record over LT and would be the one too watch this year(fantantic sprinting) It was similar to the womens 800m where jenny ran faster than Jemma but cos she didt beat her jemma hence Jenny was ranked lower at the end of the season.
Remember that although Turner ran 11.19 last year she never ran any 11.2's and prior to this year had only gone under 7.30 once. I think JK would push on and if fit i think she would be the pick of the British gals.
As for the men i think DC and SW had a good season. It would have been good for Simeon to have run slightly faster by at the end of the day he made the final and i think that is another bow in his development. Good job to his coach Mr Cowenn.
Congratulation to Tomlinson for his FIRST medal. That should get the monkey off his back. Some people were begining to label him with the choker tag,Really happy for him. Shame about Alan Scott, at least he is showing he can mix it with the big boys. Allan Johnson - Unbelieveable and No Commenst other than - god