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Postby Terran » August 21st, 2008, 11:32 am

Now what's the word I am looking for...??

Oh yes... that's it!!

ANYWAY... :?

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Postby Monk BANzai » August 21st, 2008, 11:43 am

joel wrote:
BANzai Rastafarai wrote:^^ understand?........i doh understand allyuh.....Bolt is 6 foot plus.....and that is ALL he doing? ...steups...come on man....for a man that height..i expected MUCH more out of him..i agree.....Bolt is not impressive...fast yes.....but impressive?...nah.....


amm banzai, to be that tall and run that fast is a phenomenal thing. Tall people..in his case 6'5", do not make very good sprinters because to get the correct mix of leg turnover speed and stride length is not easy to do for them. the man and his coach has in some way made his enormous stride length extremely efficient. Plus tall men take a year to get out of blocks,...which is the difference ( in 100 AND 200M) between gold and maybe last. he doesnt so people are in awe. His feats have caused people in track to rethink their position on what physical attributes a sprinter must have.

Tall people are generally more suited to run the 400m where their stride is going to help them.


i agree with what yu saying and with RASC's comments about the olympics not being th pinnacle..its a good strategy when planning your runing career... I aint disputing that. ubh is like dem men who does put ah SR in the Lancers here and do 11seconds and go home beating dey chest.......uh....NORMAL!!..... Bolt has redifined running...something that the US has had a hold on for yrs....i jus find he shuda puh dong a 9.5...and then retire for the rest of th yr and have beyotches sucking he balls....

so i agree with you....

on another note...Thompson.....i not looking at that guy slight....ATo's game was the first 60M of a run..then he ran out of steam....but THomspon....dude kicked into VTECC around the 60M mark...but Bolt was too far ahead to do any thing about it......Thompson is the man to watch yo....gonna be soem good Jamdown/Trini battles....

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Postby joel » August 21st, 2008, 12:17 pm

^horse i tellin you thompson have real wuk to do. Thompson had an excellent start in the race, he was in front bolt for about 45 then bolt left him by 55 then it was catch me IF you can after that. Thompson will get much better...but he needs some size to get power. give him two years...maybe less. bolt beat the man by TWO TENTHS galleryin..thompson and them was runin HARD. them was battlein each other for silver. No amount of Vtec makin up that. lol. he have to be in front bolt all 65-75 meters to have a CHANCE...as of NOW, the only two men capable of doin that is a FIT tyson gay and a NON CHOKIN asafa powell. in a year or two when i see thompson a lil bigger and times comin down then we go talk bout he....i just glad the man get to bring home a silver..good things in store

oh and i now understand what yuh was sayin before...mash up de record cause yuh better than 9.69...i thought he shoulda do that too

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Postby Terran » August 22nd, 2008, 8:35 am

Well, since you brought it up...

RASC wrote:Let me set the record straight on "BOLT COULD'VE GONE FASTER IF..." nonsense :roll:

It is clearly evident that alot of your guys don't have a concise understanding of how this things work.

WHAT IS THE POINT OF GOING ALL OUT IN OLYMPICS this early in his career???

Think About it :wink:

Don't you think it would be more profitable to KEEP breaking your own record?
Think about next year, and year after that?
You think PUMA is forever gonna be able to pay you unless *hint* you do something spectacular AGAIN :shock:

Obviously he didn't go all out, he has sense and the maturity to understand how to work the system.


CONTINUE TO BREAK YOUR OWN RECORD=MORE MONEY & MORE ENDORSEMENTS :!:


http://www.nbcolympics.com/trackandfiel ... ympic+gold

Turning Olympic gold to cash By The Associated Press
Posted Thursday, August 21, 2008 1:45 PM ET
GENEVA (AP) - While Usain Bolt racks up gold medals in Beijing, European track meet organizers are polishing the gold bars in anticipation of new records by the sport's newest superstar.

A montage of Usain Bolt's record-breaking run in the men's 200m. The 22-year-old Jamaican sprinter is set to compete at the Weltklasse meet in Zurich next week, where he could collect a kilogram (2.2 pounds) of gold and prize money worth a combined $93,000 if he breaks his 100-meter world record of 9.69 seconds.

After that, Bolt is staying in Switzerland to run the 200 at the Sept. 2 Athletissima meet in Lausanne, where he can net another gold bar worth about $27,000 if he improves on his newly minted mark of 19.30 seconds.

By dominating the Olympic sprint events with ease, Bolt has quickly become the new darling of international meet organizers. Aside from increased bonuses, he also can expect to receive significantly higher appearance fees.

"In the contract, with the two world records, maybe we can pay $30,000 more," Athletissima spokesman Pierre-Andre Pasche said Thursday. "For us it is very important. He is the superstar of the Olympic Games and we expect to fill all the stadium with people coming to see Usain Bolt."

Some 14,000 are expected in Lausanne for the meet, and Zurich's 25,000-seat Letzigrund stadium is sold out for Bolt's first competition after the Olympics.

Weltklasse meet director Patrick Magyar said it may not take long for Bolt to break his 100 mark - which he set in Saturday's final despite showboating for the last 20 meters.

"I still think he has the potential to improve the 100 by quite a bit to get it to the same level he is running the 200," Magyar said. "There is, of course, a very nice bonus available if you run a world record in Zurich."

Weltklasse said it is offering a $50,000 record bonus on top of $16,000 for winning a race. A Swiss bank sponsor has promised the gold bars.

Long recognized for fast times, the Zurich track is expected to run even quicker since being resurfaced during stadium renovations last year. The synthetic rubber surface was poured into place rather than rolled out like a carpet to ensure consistency and energy efficiency.

"I think Zurich is probably the most advanced track there is in the world," Magyar said. "It needs time to settle in so we expect the track to be in better condition for the athletes than last year."

Bolt is slated for a rematch with Olympic runner-up Richard Thompson of Trinidad and Tobago and Walter Dix of the United States, who won the bronze medal. The 100-meter record has been equaled or broken on three previous occasions at the meet.

In 1960, Armin Hary of West Germany clocked the first 10.0 time, while Carl Lewis in 1988 equaled the 9.93 mark he shared with fellow American Calvin Smith. Two years ago, Bolt's Jamaican rival Asafa Powell ran 9.77 for the third time.

Bolt ran the 200 at Weltklasse last year, clocking 20.19 to finish second behind Xavier Carter of the United States.

He also was beaten at the 2007 Athletissima, where his 20.11 run trailed far behind American Tyson Gay's time of 19.78.

Pasche said Bolt has missed the meet just once since debuting in 2003 but has never won there.

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Postby Morpheus23 » August 22nd, 2008, 8:46 am

Whey some people doh listen. Ato was saying Bolt does not have a perfect 100m race. Cause he has not run many of them so his technique is not properly honed. So imagine what can happen if he run a better technical race. Insane times!! Dat is what Ato saidAllyuh does only hear what allyuh want to hear or what? (And I don't even like Ato eh...Basterd is annoying).

Also Ato said it was the moment and the adreniline that overtook Bolt and caused that display. He was trying to pacify the whole damn overblown thing. But then again, he works for NBC(American).

If allyuh know how I hat....dislike Bob Costas!!!!! Oh Bolt was totally disrespectful to the spirit of the Olympics and to his fellow competitors!! Go suck a d!ck!!! Making an issue out of nothing.

That's y he phu$k up dat 200m record. He eh celebrate till it was over. Ent that's what dey want? I sure dat one hurt dem cause it seemed soo untouchable!!LoL





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Postby RASC » August 22nd, 2008, 9:05 am

Terran wrote:Well, since you brought it up...

RASC wrote:Let me set the record straight on "BOLT COULD'VE GONE FASTER IF..." nonsense :roll:

It is clearly evident that alot of your guys don't have a concise understanding of how this things work.

WHAT IS THE POINT OF GOING ALL OUT IN OLYMPICS this early in his career???

Think About it :wink:

Don't you think it would be more profitable to KEEP breaking your own record?
Think about next year, and year after that?
You think PUMA is forever gonna be able to pay you unless *hint* you do something spectacular AGAIN :shock:

Obviously he didn't go all out, he has sense and the maturity to understand how to work the system.


CONTINUE TO BREAK YOUR OWN RECORD=MORE MONEY & MORE ENDORSEMENTS :!:


http://www.nbcolympics.com/trackandfiel ... ympic+gold

Turning Olympic gold to cash By The Associated Press
Posted Thursday, August 21, 2008 1:45 PM ET
GENEVA (AP) - While Usain Bolt racks up gold medals in Beijing, European track meet organizers are polishing the gold bars in anticipation of new records by the sport's newest superstar.

A montage of Usain Bolt's record-breaking run in the men's 200m. The 22-year-old Jamaican sprinter is set to compete at the Weltklasse meet in Zurich next week, where he could collect a kilogram (2.2 pounds) of gold and prize money worth a combined $93,000 if he breaks his 100-meter world record of 9.69 seconds.

After that, Bolt is staying in Switzerland to run the 200 at the Sept. 2 Athletissima meet in Lausanne, where he can net another gold bar worth about $27,000 if he improves on his newly minted mark of 19.30 seconds.

By dominating the Olympic sprint events with ease, Bolt has quickly become the new darling of international meet organizers. Aside from increased bonuses, he also can expect to receive significantly higher appearance fees.

"In the contract, with the two world records, maybe we can pay $30,000 more," Athletissima spokesman Pierre-Andre Pasche said Thursday. "For us it is very important. He is the superstar of the Olympic Games and we expect to fill all the stadium with people coming to see Usain Bolt."

Some 14,000 are expected in Lausanne for the meet, and Zurich's 25,000-seat Letzigrund stadium is sold out for Bolt's first competition after the Olympics.

Weltklasse meet director Patrick Magyar said it may not take long for Bolt to break his 100 mark - which he set in Saturday's final despite showboating for the last 20 meters.

"I still think he has the potential to improve the 100 by quite a bit to get it to the same level he is running the 200," Magyar said. "There is, of course, a very nice bonus available if you run a world record in Zurich."

Weltklasse said it is offering a $50,000 record bonus on top of $16,000 for winning a race. A Swiss bank sponsor has promised the gold bars.

Long recognized for fast times, the Zurich track is expected to run even quicker since being resurfaced during stadium renovations last year. The synthetic rubber surface was poured into place rather than rolled out like a carpet to ensure consistency and energy efficiency.

"I think Zurich is probably the most advanced track there is in the world," Magyar said. "It needs time to settle in so we expect the track to be in better condition for the athletes than last year."

Bolt is slated for a rematch with Olympic runner-up Richard Thompson of Trinidad and Tobago and Walter Dix of the United States, who won the bronze medal. The 100-meter record has been equaled or broken on three previous occasions at the meet.

In 1960, Armin Hary of West Germany clocked the first 10.0 time, while Carl Lewis in 1988 equaled the 9.93 mark he shared with fellow American Calvin Smith. Two years ago, Bolt's Jamaican rival Asafa Powell ran 9.77 for the third time.

Bolt ran the 200 at Weltklasse last year, clocking 20.19 to finish second behind Xavier Carter of the United States.

He also was beaten at the 2007 Athletissima, where his 20.11 run trailed far behind American Tyson Gay's time of 19.78.

Pasche said Bolt has missed the meet just once since debuting in 2003 but has never won there.


EXACTLY 8-)

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Postby nos_specialist » August 22nd, 2008, 11:02 am

ATO versus BOLT.....ahem no offense to our national Hero...but u goh get yur arse whoop..with bolt different running style and all

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Postby EdVedder » August 22nd, 2008, 2:03 pm

bolt on friggin drugs

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Postby Tsuchiya » August 22nd, 2008, 3:03 pm

"ato tea party....ato tea party..."

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