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    Default IAAF World Championships 2011 - Daegu

    The 100m mens finals ... oh man ... what a disappointment with Usain Bolt being DQ for a false start. Would have loved to see him run.

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    Yohann Blake did us proud though, with the only time under 10s.
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    Of course, he took Jamaica to the podium with gold. We're proud of that.

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    Finally, gold for Grenada - congratulations to Kirani James; Merrit bites the dust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberCat View Post
    Finally, gold for Grenada - congratulations to Kirani James; Merrit bites the dust.
    Aye, pity we didn't get any medals in that race.
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    The 200m Mens final in about 20 minutes.......

    Congrats on the Silver for the 4x400 Womens relay!
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    Yeah! Men's 4x100 relay - Nesta Carter; Michael Frater; Yohan Blake; Usain Bolt - 37.04 New World Record!!

    Congrats also to Shelly-Ann Fraser - Pryce; Kerron Stewart; Sherone Simpson; Veronica Campbell-Brown for getting silver in the women's 4x100 relays.

    Jamaica is it!

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    Fourth place nothing to sneeze at when you consider the size of Jamaica. As one sportscaster put it (I'm paraphrasing it a bit):

    "How does a small island like Jamaica produce such great athletes?"
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    Default Re: IAAF World Championships 2011 - Daegu

    Quote Originally Posted by ramesh View Post
    "How does a small island like Jamaica produce such great athletes?"
    By hard work, dedication and solid food and NOT by junk food and DRUGS.
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