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  • Originally posted by gh View Post

    apparently one of the criteria for entry is a name with either an apostrophe or a hyphen
    They are working on adding Marie-Josée Ta Lou to the field

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    • From Carlos Goulas's Twitter.

      Austrian wJTer Victoria Hudson threw NR 212-2 (64.68) earlier in the week.

      Some good HT marks in his feed also.
      Last edited by Atticus; 04-30-2021, 04:30 PM.

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      • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
        From Carlos Goulas's Twitter.

        Austrian wJTer Victoria Hudson threw NR 212-2 (64.68) earlier in the week.

        Some good HT marks in his feed also.
        Is that Costas's cousin?

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        • Originally posted by gm View Post
          Is that Costas's cousin?
          Was I superimposing Carles onto him? Same vibe, lotsa interesting finds in results!

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          • Marco Arop (Canada) outdoor WL in m800, 1:44.76 at Mississippi State

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            • Originally posted by gm View Post
              Marco Arop (Canada) outdoor WL in m800, 1:44.76 at Mississippi State
              He was only a soph in 2019; did he 'go pro' ?

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              • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                He was only a soph in 2019; did he 'go pro' ?
                BREAKING NEWS! https://www.cbc.ca/sports/olympics/s...tate-1.5408063

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                • Originally posted by gm View Post
                  Gee, how did I miss that on my CBC feed? . . . S-A !!!!

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                  • Taio Kanai of Japan set a National Record in 110m hurdles on a rainy day in Hiroshima, with a time of 13.16.

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                    • In pretty windy conditions at the Kansas City Qualifier, Jesús Tonatiu López improved his own Mexican NR from 1:45.03 to 1:44.40. Man, he looked strong!

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                      • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
                        In pretty windy conditions at the Kansas City Qualifier, Jesús Tonatiu López improved his own Mexican NR from 1:45.03 to 1:44.40. Man, he looked strong!
                        Yes he did! Looked awesome, and Rhoads ran super well behind him, too, to notch an outdoor AL.

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                        • At Shizuoka, Japan today

                          mHJ
                          1. T Eto 2.30
                          2. N Tobe 2.30

                          https://www.worldathletics.org/compe...esults/7162933

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                          • From Carles B

                            Mexico
                            HT 1 Diego Del Real 78.68

                            China
                            JT 1 Huihui Lu 65.71; 2 Yuzhen Yu 64.98

                            Belarus
                            mDT Yauheni Bahutski 66.03
                            mHT Yury Vasilchanka 77.36
                            wJT Tatsiana Khaladovich 62.32

                            Lithuania
                            mDT Andrius Gudzius 66.06

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                            • Euro Throwing Cup this w/e

                              entries:https://directus.european-athletics....7-4c71901da7a6

                              Biggest names that jump out to this Ami

                              mSP: Fabbri
                              mDT: Urbanek, Milanov
                              mHT: Pars, Fajdek
                              mJT: Vesely, VETTER, Weber

                              wSP: Dubitskaya
                              wDT: Ca
                              wHT: Malyshchyk, Tavernier, Kopron, WLODARCZYK
                              wJT: Hudson, Khaladovich, Spotakova, Hussong

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                              • After running 31:30 on her 10,000 debut three weeks ago, 20 year old Ririka Hironaka won today's Japanese Championships in 31:11.75 (15:28 / 15:43) from Yuka Ando, 31:18.18 PB, both booking their Olympic spots alongside the pre-selected Hitomi Niiya. Hironaka is also highly likely to make the 5000m team (as is Niiya if she chooses).

                                In the Men's race, Tatsuhiko Ito, already with the standard, booked his place on the Tokyo startline by being the first Japanese man home in 27:33.38. He'll join the pre-selected NR-holder, Akira Aizawa, on the team.

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