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Old Sat Feb 08, 2003, 06:49am
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I wonder if sprinters are infact really getting faster or whether it is the drug programmes which are improving? Do the types of tracks also contribute significantly to times sprinters run?
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Old Fri Jun 13, 2003, 11:58pm
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First off im a sprinter for my high school team class AA (big school division) Yes sprinters are getting faster, but not because of drug programs. Thats a chep shot at all competitor runners. While I know it happens not every one does it. Its just now these days people are putting in more time getting better the old fashioned way. I feel that track types can influence times for example I would rather run on an all weather track rather than a cinder track anyday
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Old Wed Dec 17, 2003, 07:25am
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Of course they are fast...

Of course they are faster than in a past time,
but not only becaue the new drugs,
but because a lot of things like,
spikes ( ideal to his owner ), track surface ( hard & fast ) and most of all because of the new train technics.
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