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  Topic: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
pierrejean

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PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Tue Oct 28, 2003 1:56 am   Subject: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
These distances were the same ones used for Valeri Borzov to evaluate his training as far back as the early 70's ... And if I am not mistaken they were also used for the East German women duringi thei ...
  Topic: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
pierrejean

Replies: 92
Views: 150057

PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Mon Oct 27, 2003 4:23 am   Subject: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
USSR and GDR scientists used to search times for 30m, in order to not separate start from acceleration and have a better view on athlete's abilities. Transition between start and acceleration is a ver ...
  Topic: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
pierrejean

Replies: 92
Views: 150057

PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Sun Oct 26, 2003 1:32 am   Subject: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
Evaluation of start consistency can be check without contestation from intermediate times, for start+acceleration, 30m time is a good indicator.
From USSR and IAF researches, i can give this progress ...
  Topic: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
pierrejean

Replies: 92
Views: 150057

PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Sat Oct 25, 2003 9:47 am   Subject: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
Maybe only drugs can give Ben's strength! But as you said maximum strength is not the sole point, happily Privalova shows it well.
As a kid, Ben wasn't a good starter, it was noticable on old videos ...
  Topic: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
pierrejean

Replies: 92
Views: 150057

PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Sat Oct 25, 2003 4:06 am   Subject: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
The only true technical innovation that I can think of is Ben Johnson's start ... THAT was innovative and different and probably dropped his time close to .1 - IMO ...

Isn't Johnson's start techniq ...
  Topic: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
pierrejean

Replies: 92
Views: 150057

PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Fri Oct 24, 2003 12:39 pm   Subject: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
About technique at full speed, we have seen no new things since '80s, or maybe even since '70s.
I don't necessarily agree with that. Charlie Francis placed a heavy emphasis on turnover speed, creati ...
  Topic: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
pierrejean

Replies: 92
Views: 150057

PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Fri Oct 24, 2003 12:45 am   Subject: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
Given recent events, we may have to rexamine what the limits to speed truly are ?!?!?

Personally I had thought of 9.50 as the limit to the 100 ... However, I am now inclined to scale that back ... ...
  Topic: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
pierrejean

Replies: 92
Views: 150057

PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Thu Oct 23, 2003 1:36 pm   Subject: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
Pierre-Jean

What do you say is the fastest 10m split/section you have analyzed,
And what do you think is the limit for the fastest 10m split/section?

Jason

The fastest i've analysed is 0.83 ...
  Topic: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
pierrejean

Replies: 92
Views: 150057

PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Wed Oct 22, 2003 11:33 am   Subject: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
Hello Dan, yes i've been out for a while as i lost my login, but now problem is over! lol

X King
About ultimate limit:
For the human behing as we know today (before we get into the genetic gener ...
  Topic: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
pierrejean

Replies: 92
Views: 150057

PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Wed Oct 22, 2003 2:31 am   Subject: Fastest 10m Split in the Near Future
MiamiD J30
The 0.80 10m section for Lewis comes form the biomechancial analysis ran by Japanese Federation during 1991 Tokyo World Champs.
I have some sheets of pages of those analysis, but don't kn ...
  Topic: 'Perfect' Triple Jump
pierrejean

Replies: 2
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PostForum: The Field House   Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2003 1:01 am   Subject: 'Perfect' Triple Jump
I haven't got much time for compilling those stats, but you're right, women's stats are harder to find than men's.
I recomend you to read IAAF scientific reports in Roma, Seoul, etc..., every Tadeusz ...
  Topic: 'Perfect' Decathlon and Heptathlon
pierrejean

Replies: 2
Views: 16559

PostForum: The Field House   Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2003 12:56 am   Subject: 'Perfect' Decathlon and Heptathlon
You can calculate yourself with the IAAF all-time list, which give detailed points for the best performances ever male and female. It will be enough for what you're asking.
A tool: point calculator
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  Topic: New Sprint Statistics posted
pierrejean

Replies: 4
Views: 11821

PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2003 12:42 am   Subject: New Sprint Statistics posted
From the statistics page:
"The following is the best possible Men's and Women's 100m races, constructed from the best 10m segments legally recorded."

Actually, more than a half of those splits wer ...
  Topic: 4x200m
pierrejean

Replies: 8
Views: 23200

PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Tue Feb 25, 2003 11:59 pm   Subject: 4x200m
I agree with you, seeing any kind of relays from the crowds is a great show! I've seen once PennR on TV (in 2000), it was very pleasant to see!
  Topic: 4x200m
pierrejean

Replies: 8
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PostForum: Sprint Central   Posted: Tue Feb 25, 2003 7:59 am   Subject: 4x200m
Oh i would love to see 4x200m relay in major championships, as well as 4x800m, or medlay relays, and intermediate events like 150m, 300m, 500m, 600m, 1000m, but 1 week isn't enough for that big progra ...
 
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