Asafa Powell - 9.77 100m (World Record)

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  1. Yung Lyon

    Yung Lyon THE BOSS

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    what yall think about that, he is currently the fastest man in the world and he is only 21 years old... plus he promised to run the 100m even FASTER than 9.7

    crazy.
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  2. Final Chapta

    Final Chapta End of Story

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    thats crazy quickness


    my old lesabre couldnt drive 100m in under 10 seconds.

    na mean.
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  3. Yung Lyon

    Yung Lyon THE BOSS

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    yea its fast as hell, but i guess we aint got to many track fans on here
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  4. yb254

    yb254 New Member

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    thats out of control, where did it happen and where is he from
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  5. Purple Haze

    Purple Haze pop warner hof

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    He's from Jamrock and that happened last year around this time, I think.
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  6. Flow Da HoloGraff

    Flow Da HoloGraff Fuck Up!

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    where'd he run that at
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  7. Yung Lyon

    Yung Lyon THE BOSS

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    i forget but i seen it on TV.. nigga was insane
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  8. Brahman

    Brahman Mel Van Peebles

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    usain bolt is that dude

    i'm a huge track fan... probably the biggest on this site. my dad raised me on old olympics and world championships tapes.

    i wish i had started running sooner, because my natural sprinting talent is quite formidable

    in my short-lived h.s. career, i was able to post some good times (great considering my limited experience and poor work ethic in practices)
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  9. Purple Haze

    Purple Haze pop warner hof

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    10.8 down there is a 11.1 up north.
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  10. Yung Lyon

    Yung Lyon THE BOSS

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  11. Brahman

    Brahman Mel Van Peebles

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    i actually run better in cold weather... i naturally tend to focus more on my stretching and warming up in that environment than i would in warm weather, and it boosts my results

    didn't have the benefit of being clocked with FAT, but i had a 10.4 and couple of 10.5 handtimes in weather almost as cold as what i'd experience up north
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  12. Purple Haze

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    It's not that it's just that you get to train outside all year around, hence the faster times.

    A 10.6 down there is good, but not unheard of, a 10.6 up here is superb.
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  13. Brahman

    Brahman Mel Van Peebles

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    true, but i'm an exception as i never really took advantage of year-round training

    hell, i only started doing squats a couple of months ago lol... my legs feel extraordinary. i wish i had been more dedicated and started earlier, especially in the weight room, because i could have been a strong contender out of my region
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