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  • translation please--

    Anyone know the meaning of "squ" after Stember from today's Lignano results? Disqualified perhaps?

    800 metri Uomini - Men
    Serie - RISULTATI
    Campo Pol. di Lignano


    Serie Unica
    Data: 13/07/2003 Ora Inizio: 21:35 Ora Fine: 21:35
    Cl. Cor Pett. Atleta Anno Società Prestazione
    1 2 82 KIMUTAI Silas 1980 KEN01 KENIA 1:48.11
    2 5 83 DE SOUZA Hudson 1980 BRA01 BRASILE 1:48.41
    3 6 77 SCIANDRA Livio 1980 RM053 CS AERONAUTICA M. INTERFORZE 1:49.16
    4 5 76 LETTIERI Fabio 1980 RM053 CS AERONAUTICA M. INTERFORZE 1:49.69
    5 1 73 ALEMU Gezagn 1980 ETI01 ETIOPIA 1:51.02
    3 80 STEMBER Micheal 1980 USA01 STATI UNITI Squ

  • #2
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    Either that or scratch.

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    • #3
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      It could mean dnf.

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      • #4
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        No, that would be "DNF".

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        • #5
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          In France they use English? I thought the French hated to use anything in English.

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          • #6
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            If that's French then I slept through 6 years of HS and college French.

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            • #7
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              What would France or the French have to do with it, since Lignano is in Italy?

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              • #8
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                my bad - I still don't know why they would use dnf if they don't use dq.

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                • #9
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                  It was meant as a joke, since it doesn't really matter which it was.

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                  • #10
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                    Except the question was, was does it mean?

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                    • #11
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                      It means he recorded no time or mark.

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                      • #12
                        Re: translation please--

                        SQUalificazione...means disqualification in Italian. He was disqualified.

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