Jeter Wins 100 final, Allyson Felix tied for 3rd in Olympic Trials?

Jeter Wins 100 final, Allyson Felix tied for 3rd i
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First published results:

 Place Athlete Name Affiliation Time       Wind   ReacTime  
 1 Carmelita Jeter Nike 10.92       +0.9    0.182   
 2 Tianna Madison Saucony 10.96       +0.9    0.187   
 3 Jeneba Tarmoh Nike 11.07       +0.9  [11.068] 0.164   
 4 Allyson Felix Nike 11.07       +0.9  [11.069] 0.188   
 5 Bianca Knight adidas 11.14       +0.9    0.175   
 6 Lauryn Williams Saucony 11.18       +0.9    0.170   
 7 English Gardner Oregon 11.28       +0.9    0.153   
 8 Alexandria Anderson Nike 11.37       +0.9    0.136



New result????

 

 Place Athlete Name Affiliation Time       Wind   ReacTime  
 1 Carmelita Jeter Nike 10.92       +0.9    0.182   
 2 Tianna Madison Saucony 10.96       +0.9    0.187   
 3 Jeneba Tarmoh Nike 11.07       +0.9  [11.068] 0.164   
 3 Allyson Felix Nike 11.07       +0.9  [11.068] 0.188   
 5 Bianca Knight adidas 11.14       +0.9    0.175   
 6 Lauryn Williams Saucony 11.18       +0.9    0.170   
 7 English Gardner Oregon 11.28       +0.9    0.153   
 8 Alexandria Anderson Nike 11.37       +0.9    0.136 










There will be a lot of pressure put on Tarmoh, becuase Felix is such a big name with a lot of money invested in her Olympic double. We will see how this plays out. Only 3 ladies can make the team, so one will be running the 100 and one just a 4x100.



Jeter Wins and will be a favorite in London



Madison Dream Comeback Continues!



Jeneba Tarmoh Beats Felix at the Line...... Not any more it is a tie



Event Completed - Official Results

Bubble Time
Lauryn Williams   Saucony 11.15 [11.146] 2 (3)


 Place Athlete Name   Affiliation Time Qual     Wind   ReacTime Heat(Pl)
 1 Tianna Madison   Saucony 10.96     +1.4      3 (1)
 2 Carmelita Jeter   Nike 11.07     +0.9    0.172  1 (1)
 3 English Gardner   Oregon 11.10     +1.4  [11.095]   3 (2)
 4 Jeneba Tarmoh   Nike 11.10     +1.4  [11.098]   3 (3)
 5 Alexandria Anderson   Nike 11.12     +1.4    0.138  2 (1)
 6 Bianca Knight   adidas 11.13     +1.4    0.205  2 (2)
 7 Lauryn Williams   Saucony 11.15     +1.4    0.159  2 (3)
 8 Octavious Freeman   U C F 11.17       +1.4      3 (4)
 9 Allyson Felix   Nike 11.23     +0.9    0.174  1 (2)
 10 Lisa Barber   Unattached 11.24       +1.4      3 (5)
 11 Miki Barber   Nike 11.26       +1.4    0.187  2 (4)
 12 Shalonda Solomon   Reebok 11.29       +1.4      3 (6)
 13 LaShaunte'a Moore   Nike 11.33       +1.4    0.185  2 (5)
 14 Barbara Pierre   Unattached 11.34       +0.9    0.157  1 (3)
 15 Aurieyall Scott   U C F 11.37       +0.9    0.157  1 (4)
 16 Charonda Williams   adidas 11.41       +1.4    0.184  2 (6)
 17 Candyce McGrone   Nike 11.42       +1.4    0.168  2 (7)
 18 Lekeisha Lawson   Unattached 11.54       +0.9    0.181  1 (5)
 19 Tiffany Townsend   adidas 11.56       +1.4      3 (7)
 20 Chelsea Hayes   Louisiana Tech 11.59       +0.9    0.230  1 (6)
 21 Alexis Love   Murray State 11.88       +0.9    0.173  1 (7)


Final will most likely go off close to 6:00pm PT since there was a 25 min rain delay earlier in the meet. 

 


Notes:
- Jeter and Madison both looked dominant. 
- Felix bad start out of blocks, came back in slowest heat for slowest qualifying time. 
- Lauryn Williams makes another final!
- English Gardner will be only collegiate in final as Octavious Freeman had the eighth fastest time but was fourth in her heat. 


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