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    men 400m

    400 Metres - M Heats
    Qual. rule: first 4 of each heat (Q) plus the 4 fastest times (q) qualified.
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    Heat 1
    28 August 2011 - 11:15
    Position Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark . React
    1 3 524 Rondell Bartholomew GRN 44.82 Q . 0.183
    2 1 1013 Renny Quow TRI 44.84 Q (SB) 0.168
    3 4 1106 Greg Nixon USA 45.16 Q . 0.193
    4 5 565 Tabarie Henry ISV 45.22 Q . 0.146
    5 2 596 Riker Hylton JAM 45.54 . 0.212
    6 6 178 Mathieu Gnanligo BEN 47.01 . 0.202
    7 7 822 Nelson Stone PNG 47.86 . 0.202
    8 8 527 Kerfalla Camara GUI 49.74 (PB) 0.192

    Heat 2
    28 August 2011 - 11:23
    Position Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark . React
    1 7 594 Jermaine Gonzales JAM 45.12 Q . 0.177
    2 5 1131 Jamaal Torrance USA 45.44 Q . 0.161
    3 6 840 Marcin Marciniszyn POL 45.51 Q . 0.183
    4 2 160 Demetrius Pinder BAH 45.53 Q . 0.154
    5 1 303 Erison Hurtault DMA 46.10 . 0.168
    6 4 110 Nicolau Palanca ANG 49.37 (SB) 0.300
    7 8 211 Ak. Hafiy Tajuddin Rositi BRU 50.12 . 0.173

    Heat 3
    28 August 2011 - 11:31
    Position Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark . React
    1 7 1099 LaShawn Merritt USA 44.35 Q (WL) 0.267
    2 2 171 Kévin Borlée BEL 44.77 Q . 0.177
    3 3 963 Rabah Yousif SUD 45.20 Q . 0.149
    4 4 618 Yuzo Kanemaru JPN 45.51 Q . 0.154
    5 5 934 Pavel Trenikhin RUS 45.55 (PB) 0.190
    6 1 1140 Arnold Sorina VAN 48.76 (SB) 0.247
    . 8 260 Gary Kikaya COD DNS .
    . 6 305 Arismendy Peguero DOM DNS .

    Heat 4
    28 August 2011 - 11:39
    Position Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark . React
    1 7 525 Kirani James GRN 45.12 Q . 0.164
    2 8 170 Jonathan Borlée BEL 45.16 Q . 0.168
    3 3 158 Ramon Miller BAH 45.31 Q (SB) 0.156
    4 2 278 William Collazo CUB 45.89 Q . 0.183
    5 4 696 Bonggo Park KOR 46.42 (SB) 0.162
    6 6 190 Pako Seribe BOT 46.97 . 0.196
    7 5 815 Augusto Stanley PAR 47.31 . 0.179
    8 1 820 Bahaa Al Farra PLE 49.04 (PB) 0.232

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    Heat 528 August 2011 - 11:47Position Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark React
    1 2 154 Chris Brown BAH 45.29 Q 0.166
    2 3 456 Martyn Rooney GBR 45.30 Q (SB) 0.178
    3 8 896 Oscar Pistorius RSA 45.39 Q 0.212
    4 7 874 Femi Ogunode QAT 45.42 Q (SB) 0.196
    5 1 271 Nery Brenes CRC 45.47 q 0.183
    6 6 1097 Tony McQuay USA 46.76 0.175
    7 4 811 Ahmed Mohamed Al-Merjabi OMA 47.99 0.174
    5 794 Abdou Razack Rabo Samma NIG DQ 0.214

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    Goddamn Merritt wasn't messing around was he?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79brt8ayLYI

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    Position Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark React
    1 5 525 Kirani James GRN 44.60 (PB) 0.137
    2 4 1099 LaShawn Merritt USA 44.63 0.263
    3 6 171 Kévin Borlée BEL 44.90 0.182
    4 3 594 Jermaine Gonzales JAM 44.99 0.138
    5 8 170 Jonathan Borlée BEL 45.07 0.160
    6 2 524 Rondell Bartholomew GRN 45.45 0.314
    7 7 565 Tabarie Henry ISV 45.55 0.167
    8 1 874 Femi Ogunode QAT 45.55 0.170



    notice about 20m out Merritt leans backwards before he dips.

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    I noticed that too.

    Look at the reactions, I know the race is not won on the start normally - but that is a big difference

    1 5 525 Kirani James GRN 44.60 (PB) 0.137
    2 4 1099 LaShawn Merritt USA 44.63 0.263
    Continuing to learn is one thing in life that has to continue.

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    In addition to Merritt's atrocious reaction time, he completely tied up in the last 15m.

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    I think Merritt lost it when he put out that 44.35 in the heats. Not having runs rounds in a few years, that had to take it's toll.

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    For a man who didnt run one race all year before the wc this is a huge accomplishment.

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    I agree.... He should be good for next year.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris6878 View Post
    For a man who didnt run one race all year before the wc this is a huge accomplishment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris6878 View Post
    For a man who didnt run one race all year before the wc this is a huge accomplishment.
    was actually one other time but agree. he may not get to run next year in London though.

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