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Should the one false-start rule apply to athletes at Champs?

Published:Friday | March 30, 2012 | 12:00 AM

No, I believe the first should be charged to the field and the next to the individual. It's a lot of nerves out there.

- riggragg

It's relevant, considering they are being prepared to compete with the world.

- acqueltitus

Yes, they need to start preparing for the professional world so that the transition is smoother, and will improve techniques as well.

- 7thletterja

I think the high-school athletes should be allowed to have at least two false starts.

- robrashie

Yes, it should! Champs is a training ground for the bigger stages. Children do what they learn.

- fastforwardrepl

Yes. Let them get use to the international rules from now.

- ArvelHQ

Track and field is one of the hardest sports to prepare for, the one false-start should not apply at all.

- RivahAmbesa

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