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Old July 30, 2008, 10:14 PM
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Auar chhik olimfianj phor Bezink, 2008: -

1. Abu Abdullah Abuillah, 100m ispirint:-

> Faissonal besht: 10.3 chhec.

> Olimfik record: 9.84 chhec (Donobhan Beli, 1996).

> Orld record: 9.72 chhec (Usen Boltu, 2008).

2. Nazmuinnahar Biuti (Biuti Afa), 100m ispirint:-

> Faissonal besht: 11.6 chhec.

> Olimfik rekord: 10.62 chhec (PholoZo, 1988).

> Orld rekord: 10.49 chhec (PholoZo, 1988).

3. Imam Hoshen Imoinnah, 10m ear raiphel:-

> Faissonal besht: 589.

> Olimfik rekord: 702.7 (Kuinan Jhu, 2004).

> Orld rekord: 10.49 chhec (Thomash Pheranklink, 1988).

4. Chharmin Aktar (Chharmin Didi), 10m ear raiphel:-

> Faissonal besht: 398.

> Olimfik rekord: 502 (Duli, 2004).

> Orld rekord: 505 (Shonza Philchhipar, 2008).

5. Rubel Rana Rubeillah, 50m phri-ishtail:-

> Faissonal besht: 26 chhec.

> Olimfik rekord: 21.95 chhec (Eleskjandar Popobh, 1992).

> Orld rekord: 21.28 chhec (Imon Sulibhan, 2008).

6. Doli Aktar (Doli Afa), 50m phiri-ishtail:-

> Faissonal besht: 29.8 chhec.

> Olimfik rekord: 24.13 chhec (Inga Di Boroi, 2000).

> Orld rekord: 23.97 chhec (Libbi Tiriket, 2008).

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thanks for the stat Sohel bhai. i'm assuming those are all hand timing - which means we still got hope...who knows,eh!!
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Beauty and Abuilla Might have a chance at Making it past the 1st Heats, plus they' run in Bad Bangladeshi and South Asian Industrialized polluted air ... That should shave off a few tenth of a seconds

Some good nutrition and if you inject something on your Quads, Like the rest of the Sprinters have already done and you have chance at a Medal

US 100M Premlims, ALL WIND AIDED

I think Abu has a Very good chance, look if you take the wind into Account I'd say he's on par with 65% of the US Sprinters

Code:
Preliminaries
  1 Walter Dix                   Florida State             9.96Q  1.7
  2 Darvis Patton                adidas                   10.04Q  1.4
  3 Travis Padgett               unattached               10.06Q  1.8
  4 Rodney Martin                Nike                     10.10Q  0.8
  5 Ivory Williams               Nike                     10.07Q  1.7
  6 Wallace Spearmon             Nike                     10.12Q  1.4 10.117
  7 Jeffery Demps                unattached               10.12Q  1.8 10.118
  8 Rae Edwards                  Nike                     10.13Q  0.8 10.127
  9 Kendall Stevens              unattached               10.13Q  1.7
 10 Mark Jelks                   Nike                     10.13Q  0.8 10.129
 11 John Capel                   unattached               10.16Q  1.4 10.151
 12 Leroy Dixon                  Nike                     10.16Q  1.8 10.160
 13 Tyson Gay                    adidas                   10.14Q  0.8 10.131
 14 Trindon Holliday             L S U                    10.15Q  1.7 10.146
 15 Mardy Scales                 unattached               10.16Q  1.4 10.155
 16 Rubin Williams               Tennessee                10.18Q  1.8
 17 Xavier Carter                Nike                     10.14q  0.8 10.133
 18 Michael Rodgers              unattached               10.15q  1.7 10.150
 19 J-Mee Samuels                Arkansas                 10.17q  1.4 10.168
 20 Shawn Crawford               Nike                     10.17q  1.7 10.170
 21 Chrisdon Hargrett            adidas                   10.19q  0.8
 22 Mickey Grimes                Nike                     10.26q  1.8 10.258
 23 Jeremy Hall                  Florida                  10.26q  1.8 10.259
 24 Teddy Williams               Tx-San Antonio           10.27q  1.4
 25 Preston Perry                unattached               10.28   0.8
 26 Evander Wells                Tennessee                10.28   1.8
 27 Jason Heard                  unattached               10.32   1.4
 28 Carlos Moore                 Cheetahs Intl.           10.33   0.8
 29 Jeff Laynes                  unattached               10.37   1.7
 30 Demi Omole                   Reebok                   10.49   1.7
 -- Joshua Johnson               unattached                 DNS   1.4
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  Name                    Year Team                     Semis  Wind
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Semi-Finals
  1 Tyson Gay                    adidas                    9.85Q  2.2
  2 Darvis Patton                adidas                   10.04Q  0.5
  3 Walter Dix                   Florida State             9.93Q  2.2
  4 Travis Padgett               unattached               10.11Q  0.5
  5 Rodney Martin                Nike                     10.08Q  2.2
  6 Leroy Dixon                  Nike                     10.17Q  0.5
  7 Xavier Carter                Nike                     10.09Q  2.2 10.086
  8 Michael Rodgers              Nike                     10.18Q  0.5 10.178
  9 Ivory Williams               Nike                     10.09   2.2 10.087
 10 Rae Edwards                  Nike                     10.16   2.2
 11 Trindon Holliday             L S U                    10.17   2.2
 12 Wallace Spearmon             Nike                     10.18   0.5 10.179
 13 John Capel                   unattached               10.21   0.5
 14 Mark Jelks                   Nike                     10.24   0.5
 15 Jeffery Demps                unattached               10.34   0.5
 16 Chrisdon Hargrett            adidas                   12.11   2.2
Code:
Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Wind
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Finals
  1 Tyson Gay                    adidas                    9.68   4.1
  2 Walter Dix                   Florida State             9.80   4.1
  3 Darvis Patton                adidas                    9.84   4.1
  4 Travis Padgett               unattached                9.85   4.1
  5 Rodney Martin                Nike                      9.97   4.1
  6 Leroy Dixon                  Nike                      9.99   4.1
  7 Michael Rodgers              Nike                     10.01   4.1
  8 Xavier Carter                Nike                     10.11   4.1
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With just four days until the start of the Olympic Games in Beijing, the attack highlighted the vulnerabilities faced by the Chinese authorities as they seek to secure the capital for the hundreds of thousands of foreign athletes, journalists and visitors who have already begun arriving here.
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Beauty and Abuilla Might have a chance at Making it past the 1st Heats, plus they' run in Bad Bangladeshi and South Asian Industrialized polluted air ... That should shave off a few tenth of a seconds

Some good nutrition and if you inject something on your Quads, Like the rest of the Sprinters have already done and you have chance at a Medal

US 100M Premlims, ALL WIND AIDED

I think Abu has a Very good chance, look if you take the wind into Account I'd say he's on par with 65% of the US Sprinters
I totally agree. Without injection there is no chance for any sprinters. Except Tyson Gay, I don't have faith in any other US sprinters on being honest and drug free. Unlucky that he wouldn't run the 200 (pulled a muscle in the preliminaries and was out).
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Brazil, Messi (I mean Argentina) and US winners on Day 1 of Mens Soccer
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Opening Ceremony Tomorrow (aug 8) - 6:08 pm BD time -> 08-08-08, 08:08 pm local time
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Looking forward to nothing short of a spectacular show.

Rise China Rise!
Its your time to shine and show the world that you have arrived.

Time to bring a balance in the world power.
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China is the worst violator of human rights. Just ask 1) Chinese workers earning slave wages, 2) the millions of farmers being displaced off their land so that the CPC and PLA elite and their chamchas can build pleasure condos, casinos and whorehouses, 3) any one of their ethnic and religious minorites, and 4) all those who want to speak out against oppression and arrogance of a government pissing on the working people it claims to represent.

What if this was before 1971, China was Pakistan, and we were the Tibetans or Chinese Muslims?

Their cavalier disregard for the enviornment and fundamental ethical standards impact the whole planet.

Some are satisfied with the circus, others are not.

"Balance in the world power" ... GOD help us if the (Elitist) People's Republic of China is to bring that balance!

Does the "enemy of my enemy" deserve less scrutiny? They shouldn't get a free ride either.
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China is the worst violator of human rights. Just ask 1) Chinese workers earning slave wages, 2) the millions of farmers being displaced off their land so that the CPC and PLA elite and their chamchas can build pleasure condos, casinos and whorehouses, 3) any one of their ethnic and religious minorites, and 4) all those who want to speak out against oppression and arrogance of a government pissing on the working people it claims to represent.

What if this was before 1971, China was Pakistan, and we were the Tibetans or Chinese Muslims?

Their cavalier disregard for the enviornment and fundamental ethical standards impact the whole planet.

Some are satisfied with the circus, others are not.

"Balance in the world power" ... GOD help us if the (Elitist) People's Republic of China is to bring that balance!

Does the "enemy of my enemy" deserve less scrutiny? They shouldn't get a free ride either.
And yet the world champion of Human rights have killed far more innocent people in the past 5 years than evil China......

China oppresses its citizens, the US oppresses citizens of other countries, thats the only difference.............


politics aside, it gave me a tinge in my solace to see the Bangladesh contingent in the olympic parade today....
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Looking past the human rights violations and all the opressions, I think Beijing did an amazing job with the opening ceremony. I think they are claming it to be most expensive opening ceremony ever

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080808/...xXUXUzMgqs0NUE

I wish the bangladeshi and Canadian athletes all the best!
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And yet the world champion of Human rights have killed far more innocent people, or violated other HUman Rights in the past 5 years than evil China......

China oppresses its citizens, the US oppresses citizens of other countries, thats the only difference.............


politics aside, it gave me a tinge in my solace to see the Bangladesh contingent in the olympic parade today....
1. "Champion of Human Rights"? I doubt that Andorra or Finland killed more innocent people, or violated other Human Rights than China.

2. Check the facts and do find out what is meant by Human Rights, not just "killing", before embarrassing all of us with similar drivel.

3. Two wrongs don't make a right. Criminal US actions in no way mitigate criminal Chinese actions, do they? Or is it OK for person A to do something wrong just because person B is doing it. F-A-L-L-A-CY. Look it up.

4. Human Rights and the spirit of the Olympics are not mutually exclusive concepts. Both are rooted in basic humanism. I understand that the Olympics are a great source of pride for the Chinese people. I just hope that the games also become a catalyst for positive change, so that we may see a democratic China where its people are duly represented by an accountable body, rather than the corrupt CPC and PLA elite who exploit them.

Seeing our flag fly high is always good. I just hope the Bangladeshi government and its private sector partners will eventually support our future Olympians meaningfully enough to actually win something. It would be incredible to see one of our own with a gold medal and singing the anthem in our lifetime.

It was deeply moving for me to see the Iraqi team and Team Darfur, and obviously the USA also.

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The opening ceremony was simply amazing.
All the hype, all the negative publicity was over shodawed, and rightly so.

How about we limit ourselves to only Olympics in this thread and celebrate the Biggest Show on Earth?

If anyone must talk politics, human rights and the whole world in between, pls feel free to open a thread on the 'Forget Cricket" section. Im sure we'd all happily contribute.

Olympics should be all about celebrating the Humanity.

Good on ya, China.
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Just to refresh everyone's memory, here is the Top 5 of the Athens Olympics 2004.

Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. United States 36 38 28 102
2. China 32 17 14 63
3. Russia 27 27 38 92
4. Australia 17 16 16 49
5. Japan 16 9 12 37
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These female Ukrainian Fencers are HOT!

Fencing is Effing COol@!

US Fencers ugly, Rest of the World Pretty

Did I say Fencing is pretty cool!
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London Can't top this opening ceremony, this is absolutely amazing .. I'm watching the replay right now ... Simply Jaw Dropping.

They should have had a Bush Cam
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London Can't top this opening ceremony,
Forget about that.China broke all records, demonstrating its economic power by spending more than $43 billion on the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.This account exceeded the cost of the five preceding Olympic Games put together.

Besides that,Chinese government has spent an estimated $15 billion dollars to address the air pollution problem in Beijing.
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Just to refresh everyone's memory, here is the Top 5 of the Athens Olympics 2004.
Hoping China makes it one step up this time. They've got a billion people backing them at home - it shouldn't go to waste.
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Hoping China makes it one step up this time. They've got a billion people backing them at home - it shouldn't go to waste.
This is their golden opportunity, at home.
Just one place up wouldn't be that bad, would it?
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Abu r beauty'r cheharai r gothoney mil kototuku ? Are you thinking what I'm thinking ? Khek. gold to jitboi, shathe notun Olympic record. If this was only a horrible hollywood movie we could have pulled it off. Issssssssssh.

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Auar chhik olimfianj phor Bezink, 2008: -

1. Abu Abdullah Abuillah, 100m ispirint:-

> Faissonal besht: 10.3 chhec.

> Olimfik record: 9.84 chhec (Donobhan Beli, 1996).

> Orld record: 9.72 chhec (Usen Boltu, 2008).

2. Nazmuinnahar Biuti (Biuti Afa), 100m ispirint:-

> Faissonal besht: 11.6 chhec.

> Olimfik rekord: 10.62 chhec (PholoZo, 1988).

> Orld rekord: 10.49 chhec (PholoZo, 1988).

3. Imam Hoshen Imoinnah, 10m ear raiphel:-

> Faissonal besht: 589.

> Olimfik rekord: 702.7 (Kuinan Jhu, 2004).

> Orld rekord: 10.49 chhec (Thomash Pheranklink, 1988).

4. Chharmin Aktar (Chharmin Didi), 10m ear raiphel:-

> Faissonal besht: 398.

> Olimfik rekord: 502 (Duli, 2004).

> Orld rekord: 505 (Shonza Philchhipar, 2008).

5. Rubel Rana Rubeillah, 50m phri-ishtail:-

> Faissonal besht: 26 chhec.

> Olimfik rekord: 21.95 chhec (Eleskjandar Popobh, 1992).

> Orld rekord: 21.28 chhec (Imon Sulibhan, 2008).

6. Doli Aktar (Doli Afa), 50m phiri-ishtail:-

> Faissonal besht: 29.8 chhec.

> Olimfik rekord: 24.13 chhec (Inga Di Boroi, 2000).

> Orld rekord: 23.97 chhec (Libbi Tiriket, 2008).

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Abu r beauty'r cheharai r gothoney mil kototuku ? Are you thinking what I'm thinking ? Khek. gold to jitboi, shathe notun Olympic record. If this was only a horrible hollywood movie we could have pulled it off. Issssssssssh.
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Holland just broke US hearts, 93rd minute Equalizer ... No Adu against Nigeria ... Need a Tie/Win to Advance but a Tie most likely means Argentina in the QF
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