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In a 100m race Some players excellerate faster and some have a higher top end and that would have to come into it also I would say ???For those mathematically challenged ... that broadly calculates to ...
Coates at 36.9kmph would travel 10.25m per second ...
Garrick at 34.3kmph would travel 9.53m per second ...
Coates would run the 100m in 9.75 .. but as this is his top speed, it would probably translate to about the 100m in about 10.3s
Garrick would run the 100m in 10.49 ... translated to about 11.0s
Roughly speaking it means that over 100m .. Coates would beat Garrick by just over 7m ...
Remember Frizell almost chasing down Gaigai in his origin debut? I used to see him out and about when I lived in the Shire and he is a unit, that's for sure. He will kill it in Newcastle next year too I reckon (unfortunately).Really interesting article... overall Garrick compares quite well with other fastest backs but it is a bit scary that some teams have forwards that are almost as fast - Frizell at 0.1kmh slower is amazing with all the bulk he carries... he probably cant maintain it but then again with that blokes will to win who knows?
Newcastle are a good example of how hard it is to assemble a premiership team... they seem to have all the ingredients but are still struggling for consistency... agree that Frizell is a major gain for them - what a pack safiti x2, klemmer, eseese, frizell, fitzgibbons, Guerra' and a spine of Pearce, Brailey, Ponga and either Mann or Watson (or potentially Foran)... you could almost roll that line-up out for origin...Remember Frizell almost chasing down Gaigai in his origin debut? I used to see him out and about when I lived in the Shire and he is a unit, that's for sure. He will kill it in Newcastle next year too I reckon (unfortunately).