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4:39 PM on July 13, 2013 
Speed you need to check out a new 800 talent say hello to Alfred Kipketer he clocked a 1:48.01 his opening split was 46.6!!! Go to SprintZone He ran this at the World Juniors!!
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9:15 AM on July 6, 2013 
Speed check this out Dominique Irons was signed by North Carolina A&T in the triple jump 48-9 he is from my backyard NJ.
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10:59 AM on December 11, 2011 
Speed you guy looked good in that 200 your right too bad he wasn't in a inside lane his time would have been 22.7 or 22.6.
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3:50 PM on July 18, 2011 
Speed sent you a article about two future Jags for Southern if the link is weak they are Tsian Haywood and Shane Green and Green is being looked at by Texas,Iowa as well.Haywood is a lock
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1:29 PM on March 31, 2011 
Also check out the men's list LSU is the leader in all three major relays
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1:28 PM on March 31, 2011 
Speed left you a note about the nation's leader among the women's 400 mh.She's a frosh!!!!!!
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12:16 AM on July 1, 2010 
Thank You for the welcome Rashad. Nice job on the site!!!
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12:27 PM on February 17, 2010 
A little upset today.
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11:11 AM on January 21, 2010 
Speed I have favorite new event its the triple jump and I have three individuals I 'am keeping my eyes on this year.Marcus Stephens,David McFadgen,Jasmine Smith.I told Poppa Smurf that I think that all three have a outside shot at getting to Fayetteville to run with the big dogs but he said their current marks will have to improve of course I agreed with him seeing as how the two men are barely above the 50 ft marks and Smith is below the 40 ft mark.