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Peter Farlow says
The video says his 2nd lap was 52.81. What accounts for the different between your split of 52.1 and that?
Jimson Lee says
@Peter – My source is from Track and Field News:
Ahmad Almatari says
I’ve watched the race live in Monday and as peter says the 2nd lap was 52.81 sec. but at that time i didn’t agree to the time registered on the screen so i look at the first pacemaker he did 48.20 but David Rudisha was behind him (in the range 48.3-49)
so the timer stops for the first pacemaker (1st lap) and not for David rudisha and that split of the 2nd lap of 52.81 is the distance run by david rudisha (400m + the distance between him and the first pacemaker at the end of 1st lap).
the split times that jimson lee posted here make sense and i agree with him on that.
such powerful strides!! wonder what he’d do for 400m right now?