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    Re: 2018 races

    amazing of fast lyles closed.
    and prescott

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    The best part is that the top guys are actually racing each other! None of that ducking crap. That's how you get better!

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    Re: 2018 races

    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer View Post

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    Some interesting results here with Gatlin, Carter and Powell running. Could it be the beginning of the end????
    Bellinzona (Switzerland), 18.7.2018 -Gala dei Castelli-

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    100m A (0.4) 1 Michael Rodgers (usa) 9.92; 2 Jak Ali Harvey (tur) 9.99; 3 Yoshihide Kiryu (jpn) 10.10; 4 Justin Gatlin (usa) 10.13; 5 Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake (gbr) 10.24;
    B (-0,6) 1 Nesta Carter (jam) 10.27; 2 Bryce Robinson (usa) 10.31 (10.28 (0.3) 3h1); 3 Asafa Powell (jam) 10.44; 4 Florian Clivaz 10.56 (10.55 (0.3) 5h1); 5 Shota Hara (jpn) 10.57 (10.56 (0.3) 6h1); 6 Antonio Moro (ita) 10.58 (10.54 (0.3) 4h1); in heats: Alex Wilson 10.47 (-1,2) 1h2

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    Re: 2018 races

    Rodgers is having a great season so far. Gatlin's training changed significantly moving from Mitchell to Johnson though he's apparently also coached by a guy who works with Johnson-I think he might be Bahamian.

    He's doing much more special endurance and speed endurance from what I was told which is odd considering his move away from 200m and despite an article that came out stating they were doing the same workouts JG did in 2015.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer View Post
    Rodgers is having a great season so far. Gatlin's training changed significantly moving from Mitchell to Johnson though he's apparently also coached by a guy who works with Johnson-I think he might be Bahamian.

    He's doing much more special endurance and speed endurance from what I was told which is odd considering his move away from 200m and despite an article that came stating they were doing the same workouts JG did in 2015.
    I agree, Rogers is having a stellar season. On paper it looks like Gatlins change in training routine is not working for him yet....this may change with time. Asafa...so far it's not looking great for him either....would be great for him to get 100 sub 10sec 100s. I think he's on something like 97.

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    regarding asafa: was there not an article from june/early july indicating hes out for the season with a recurring groin injury(maybe back in feb it was groin then in march it was hammstring, and now its groin again in mid/end of june, then full on groin in early july?

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    Gatlin is too old to be switching coaches. SHouldve stayed with mitchell. THey already boo him sooooo leaving Dennis will not help....and so far its hindered.

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    I doubt he'd have held onto his sponsors had he stayed with Mitchell given his own history.

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