Felix, Tarmoh Dead Heat Again - Women's 200 Semis - 2012 US Olympic Trials

Felix, Tarmoh Dead Heat Again - Women's 200 Semis

Felix, Tarmoh Dead Heat Again

In the women's 200 meter semi-finals Allyson Felix and Jeneba Tarmoh ran identical times of 22.30. This time it looks like Felix got the edge....



Women's 200 Meter Dash Semi-Final


Event Records
 Record Tag Time Athlete Affiliation Date 
World 21.34 Florence Griffith-Joyner  USA  September 29 1988
American 21.34 Florence Griffith Joyner  World Class AC  September 29 1988
Meet 21.77 Florence Griffith-Joyner  WCAC  July 22 1988
OG A   23.10



8 advance to Final, top 2 plus next 2 fastest times



 Place Athlete Name Affiliation Time Qual     Wind   ReacTime Heat(Pl)
 1 Sanya Richards-Ross Nike 22.15     +0.6    0.173  2 (1)
 2 Allyson Felix Nike 22.30     +0.8  [22.297] 0.234  3 (1)
 3 Jeneba Tarmoh Nike 22.30     +3.4  [22.298] 0.169  1 (1)
 4 Tianna Madison Saucony 22.33     +3.4    0.196  1 (2)
 5 Bianca Knight adidas 22.34     +3.4    0.253  1 (3)
 6 Kimberlyn Duncan L S U 22.37     +0.6    0.184  2 (2)
 7 Aurieyall Scott U C F 22.56     +3.4    0.179  1 (4)
 8 Carmelita Jeter Nike 22.64     +0.8    0.188  3 (2)
 9 Porscha Lucas Saucony 22.70       +3.4    0.200  1 (5)
 10 LaShaunte'a Moore Nike 22.85       +0.6    0.181  2 (3)
 11 Natasha Hastings Under Armour 22.93       +0.6    0.207  2 (4)
 12 Tiffany Townsend adidas 22.96       +0.8    0.192  3 (3)
 13 Charonda Williams adidas 22.98       +0.8    0.237  3 (4)
 14 Lauryn Williams Saucony 23.07       +3.4    0.201  1 (6)
 15 Alexandria Anderson Nike 23.09       +0.8    0.167  3 (5)
 16 Alexis Love Murray State 23.10       +0.6    0.161  2 (5)
 17 Chalonda Goodman Texas 23.23       +3.4    0.246  1 (7)
 18 Joanna Atkins Unattached 23.28       +0.8    0.202  3 (6)
 19 Paris Daniels Kansas 23.36       +0.8    0.236  3 (7)
 20 Shalonda Solomon Reebok 24.17       +0.6    0.160  2 (6)
 DQ Octavious Freeman U C F             0.167   




Heat 1 Wind: +3.4

 Place Athlete Name   Affiliation Time Qual
 1 Jeneba Tarmoh   Nike 22.30
 2 Tianna Madison   Saucony 22.33
 3 Bianca Knight   adidas 22.34
 4 Aurieyall Scott   U C F 22.56
 5 Porscha Lucas   Saucony 22.70  
 6 Lauryn Williams   Saucony 23.07  
 7 Chalonda Goodman   Texas 23.23  


Heat 2 Wind: +0.6

 Place Athlete Name   Affiliation Time Qual
 1 Sanya Richards-Ross   Nike 22.15
 2 Kimberlyn Duncan   L S U 22.37
 3 LaShaunte'a Moore   Nike 22.85  
 4 Natasha Hastings   Under Armour 22.93  
 5 Alexis Love   Murray State 23.10  
 6 Shalonda Solomon   Reebok 24.17  
 DQ Octavious Freeman   U C F    

Heat 3 Wind: +0.8

 Place Athlete Name   Affiliation Time Qual
 1 Allyson Felix   Nike 22.30
 2 Carmelita Jeter   Nike 22.64
 3 Tiffany Townsend   adidas 22.96  
 4 Charonda Williams   adidas 22.98  
 5 Alexandria Anderson   Nike 23.09  
 6 Joanna Atkins   Unattached 23.28  
 7 Paris Daniels   Kansas 23.36  


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