TVJ Sports Commentary - May 14 2021 1

TVJ Sports Commentary – May 14 2021

 

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27 comments

  1. Has anyone checked the history of those tracks? Some tracks are famous for producing fast times.

  2. Good for her…as long as she’s not being trained by coaches that bring out the speed in such fast sprinters as say Justin Gatlin, Marion Jones and the likes!!!

  3. Two things can happen with this young sis. Either she burns out for running too fast too early in the season or she is setting up for 10.6s later in the season, I think it’s the latter

    1. Rounds are usually what gut people who run too fast too early in the season, so 10.7 twice in one day is a statement. If more ladies don’t start running 10.8 soon it’s going too easy for her, Elaine and Shelly-Ann. The good thing about other people running slow is we’ll get to see some fast relaxed times from the top 3-5 women.

  4. Yes me c your possibility…the same way VCB lost to Marian Jones…I said when VCB looked up in the sky n shake her head, I said give her time VCB…n things work out for itself

  5. You have to be on something for a woman to run 10.70 two time in one day that body do not recover naturally

  6. Jamaica mi thing deh mi na worry bout dem. She Neva prove her self to mi my eyes yet, our ladies did that time and time again

  7. Time will tell. It’s best to pay little attention to what athletes do in a championship year. It’s all boil down to their mental capacity and not being burnt out during the championship.
    All the best to her.

  8. I believe in respect, inclusiveness, fairness, equal opportunities and “balance” for all. There needs to be separate categories for transgender women and men in sports and possibly in other avenues of our societies.

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