Alright I had to sign up for this message board just for this thread, so it might be the last time you see me here.
First Biacofsky's vertical was 30in his junior year, from his own mouth, not mid 20s.
Mort can probably clarify things since he has spoken with the coach I believe, who may be able to give a more unbiased source.
Second, I'm almost positive his 10.27 was wind aided, but you can correct me on that if I'm wrong, but he has also had a lot of other impressive runs a couple 10.3s I think I'm some pretty decent but not great 55s.
He ran 10.31 last season in SUPPOSEDLY not very good conditions and had 2 10.5s I believe. He had 10.45 the year before. I have a couple private messages from him on another board that I'll look up if we need it.
Fourth favorable conditions, how about legal, legitimate legal runs, I'm not just talking about wind or altitude aided I'm talking about illegal supplementation as well, hell if you were to discard every illigitamate run there would be few runs left. So he had good conditions for one race, the majority of the rest of his races were legitimate for wind and altitude, and I know for a fact they were legitimate in the other area as well.
Hes good runner and if he gets past his injury I see him doing big things in the future as well.
The real deal I guess will be this year because he told me he is really gunning for it this year. Just to clarify, he told me he almost never did plyometrics because he didn't really know how to implement them.