2021 Track Season Results

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  1. white lightning

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    It's pretty incredible to think about? The state on the west coast I live in has over twice as many people just in the state. So what
    Norway is doing is amazing. The whole Ingebrigsten Family is so talented but I think Jacob is by far the best talent. He will probably
    go on to win many more medals over a long career. So happy for the Jacob, his family and the beautiful country of Norway.
     
  2. jacknyc

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    By the way, the USA men had no individual track gold medals. First time ever.
    So that highlights Norway's accomplishment even more.
     
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    It's not a coincidence that sports whites dominate are obscure. And you are made to think they are joke.

    They cement the fact, that is - white people are the best all round athlete's. We compete at the top end in every sport. Even the American ones that have been trying to systematically get rid of whites for years.

    Punting and kicking are hugely skilled positions. You will only be told that when the colour of the players change.
     
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    Great women’s high jump final, with three white girls taking all the medals.

    Russian Mariya Lasitskene, three-time world champion who was barred from competing at the previous Olympics due to absurd authorities decision to ban all Russian track and field athletes, finally made her Olympic debut at the age of 28 and won gold in dramatic circumstances. She has just recovered from injury and had two misses on low heights in both qualifying and final but prevailed at the end owing to her immense moral strength.

    Young Australian Nicola McDermott and even younger, 19-year-old, Ukrainian Yaroslava Mahuchikh (who will be the world record holder in several years I suppose) took second and third place respectively.

    So, taking into account the men’s high jump final where whites earned gold and bronze, we are now definitelely concluding that white men (and women) can jump :)
     
  6. white lightning

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    What a great first post Siberian. Welcome to the board. Yes we here know whites can run and jump. You won't hear the people on tv say that. All they do is just read from
    the cultural marxist script with anti white with everything they say. It's so obvious yet so many people can't see the anti white agenda in sports and in all aspects of life. Our
    people must wake up in sports and in life. Unity and strength together to preserve our culture, traditions and customs.

    For the most part the Olympics was good as far as track went. It could have been better but I will take it. Again welcome to the board.
     
  7. white lightning

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    More on Lamont Marcell Jacobs. It doesn't look good unless they try to sweep it under the rug like is done all around the world with so many sprinters.

    https://carabila.com/olympic-100-meter-agent-absolutely-sure-jacobs-never-took-peds/

    Here is another article. The improvement was just very unnatural from never running a sub 10
    until this season and then running them non stop and beating all the fastest men in the world.

    https://granthshala.com/lamont-marc...e-as-part-of-a-probe-into-the-illegal-supply/
     
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    Yaroslava Mahuchikh wins Ukraine’s only medal in Olympic Athletics. Bronze in the women’s HJ

    Relays:
    Jenna Prandini USA 4x100 Women’s Silver
    Richard Kilty UK 4x100 Men’s Silver

    ITA Gold 4x100 Filippo Tortu Gold
    Lorenzo Patta Gold

    The most amazing result was Vetter GER in the JT not even getting a medal. Neeraj Chopra INDIA wins an historic first Gold ever for that country of over 1 billion.

    Final : Olympic Outdoor Athletics

    White Male Athletes (Whites 12.73% of the world population) are 50% of Olympic Champions
    black male Athletes (blacks 17.22% of the world population) are 46% of Olympic Champions
    other male Athletes (other 71.05% of the world population) are 4% of Olympic Champions
     
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    other are 70.05% of world population. Pardon my error above saying 71.05%.
     
  10. Phil Anderson

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    In the Olympic 200m final there was a 17 year old and a 19 year old. Boling is 21. Just saying.

    You might be right that he was fatigued this summer. Next year is make or break for him with the World Championships coming up. He has to make the team at the very least.

    Good call on the profile pic!
     
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    I'm sure I'm not the only one to have noticed they changed the Olympic motto to "fortius, citius, altius, communis(t)". These people aren't even trying to hide it any more.
     
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    Norway also won the men's triathlon gold medal in Tokyo - to win a short, middle, and long distance event. The CBC (Canada) commentator said at the time that Norway were only good at winter events.
     
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    projections for Warholm in flat 400. You guys have any predictions?

     
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    I think he will run low 44, The track surface in Tokyo is very fast, not sure about the surface in Lausanne.
     
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    Rai Benajmin (silver medalist in the 400h) has a PB of 44.31 that he ran in 2019.
     
  20. white lightning

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    This is from the mens 100 meters final today in Switzerland. It's a shame the wind was 0ver the limit as the times were blazing fast! :)

    Mens 100 Meters Finals Wind +2.5

    1 Fall Mouhamadou
    France
    1992
    9.97

    2 Ansah Peprah Lucas
    Germany
    2000
    9.98

    3 Wagner Julian
    Germany
    1998
    10.00

    4 Zeze Méba Mickaël
    France
    1994
    10.03

    5 Wicki Silvan
    Switzerland
    1995
    10.08

    6 Burnet Taymir
    Netherlands
    1992
    10.11

    7 Ansah Owen
    Germany
    2000
    10.12

    8 Jakpa Jeremiah
    Nigeria
    1998
    10.29
     
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    In the same meet in Switzerland we had another amazing perfomance. Both of these were wind legal.

    Ajla Del Ponte wowed the home town crowd running a new personal best of 10.90 +1.8 That broke her p.b. from the Olympics
    just a few weeks ago. She now is the fastest womens sprinter in all of Europe! :)

    Del Ponte then went on to win the 200 meters in another new personal best time. She
    ran a blazing new p.b. of 22.38 +1.9 over 200 meters! What an incredible day for her!
     
  22. Phil Anderson

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    Wow who is Julian Wagner?10 flat with marginal wind at age 23. Never even heard of him, I didn't see him at the Olympics.

    Having done a bit of research it seems he was injured for the Olympics, because he posted a couple of weeks ago on Instagram about a comeback. Pity, but he should have two more Olympics in him. It also seems he focuses entirely on 60/100m and doesn't bother with 200. That's good IMO. The short sprint is the big one.

    I really want to see our guys going sub-10, lining up in the 100m world final next year and again in Paris 2024. Medalling would be a bonus! Big hopes for Wagner, Tortu and Browning. Let's hope they're not the usual letdowns like Shirvo, Pickering, LeMaitre and Kilty before.

    Ajla del Ponte looking great for 2024 as well.
     
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    Don't forget Henrik Larsson, Kevin Kranz, and Devin Quinn.

    I fail to see how LeMaitre is a failure I understand its sad to see him never truly become as good as he could have been mostly because of his trainer from what WL says, but he was still the first white man to go sub 10 during a time of non stop fellating of black afflete. A true caste buster.
     
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    First off people act like Matthew Boling is done. The kid is just starting his career at 21 years of age and he will go sub 10 and sub 20 next summer 100%. I will
    make a personal bet with any member here for 100 dollars that disagrees with my prediction. He will do both next summer. Any bets out there?

    Second not only did Julian Wagner look good but also 25 years old Silvin Wicki ran a 10.08 in the same race. Not bad at all. Wish it was wind legal for both of them.

    Third Lemaitre is a legend. Say what you want about Shirvington and Pickering but don't ever put Lemaitre or Guliyev into that category. Read how many medals
    he son at the European Championships, World Championships and the Olympics. Add to that personal best time of 9.92 and 19.80! Stud in my eyes even if he
    underacheived. Phil Anderson needs to stop bringing Lemaitre into the bust category. It's very disrespectful. Read his Wikipedia below.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christophe_Lemaitre
     
  25. Phil Anderson

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    Kranz PB 10.24, Larsson 10.20. Frankly if you haven't broken 10.2 by the age of 23, you're not gonna figure (short of some serious Jacobs-style juicing).

    Quinn yes, he has potential. As does Boling. Big year for them both next year. I get the feeling Boling may be pushed up to 200 or 400. Hope not.

    Lemaitre ran his PBs at the age of 20, when he was running without any pressure just on his immense natural talent. He proceeded to waste that incredible talent by being too much of a baby to leave his hometown and train with other elite athletes. If he had pushed himself he could have been competing with Bolt; his natural top-end speed was that good. Imagine if there had been a white man consistently pushing Bolt and medalling throughout the 2010s - it would have been such a boost for us and a kick in the ass for the anti-white narrative.

    To see what happened, how he faded and never went sub-10 after the age of 22 is just sad. He threw it all away to sit at home and eat snails....which is what he ended up running like.
     
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