Discussion in 'Sports Central' started by Yung Lyon, Apr 5, 2006.
Harry Adams of Fort Lauderdale Florida ran a 10.33 in the 100meters
is that sick or is it sick?
that's astronomically super
derrick florence's record may be in jeopardy over the next couple of years
however, i wouldn't be surprised if this kid doesn't run any faster for the rest of his h.s. career
^^well hes in 10th grade... he has the rest of this track season and 2 more years in 11ths and 12th... he should hit about a 10.1 atleast in his senior year
walter dix ran a 10.8/10.7 in his sophomore year, and then ran 10.27 in his senior year
yeah, he should be running that time if he were on a normal chart of progression. i don't think that's the case though, because that's a very abnormally fast time for a sophomore.
i wish i had access to the national records by class... you see a trend of people of running very fast times or jumping great distances/heights at the freshman and sophomore level who never turn out to be much in their later years due to the fact that they've matured so fastly and can't develop further than their pr's.
Did a hurricane hit at the same time of the testing?
Florida and Texas has some good ass wind.
it was a legal time
a +1.4 wind reading
he ran the shit, 10.33, wasnt no wind aiding...
and a female sophmore ran 11.51 that same night!!! florida is doin it! two 16 year olds with the fastest times in the nation, BOTH from broward county
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