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  • Italian Championships started today (with decathlon, heptathlon and 400 qualification rounds).
    Result page: http://www.fidal.it/risultati/2021/COD8928/Index.htm
    (LIVE for the live updates, "Risultati per gara" for results of finished events)
    Streaming here: http://www.atletica.tv

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    • 11.05 for Kambundji, just ahead of Del Ponte, 11.07, at the SUI Champs

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      • Originally posted by Wiederganger View Post
        11.20 for Schippers in the final. The wind was 1.2 but it was raining and very cold. So whilst on paper it looks poor, it was her best run so far this year, probably worth at least 1/10th quicker.
        22C (72F) is not 'very cold' by any European standard. Nr. 2 ran a SB.

        Anyway she gave a very candid interview today in a Dutch newspaper discussing how she's struggling with her chronic back problems ('double hernia') and if she's considering calling it quits after Tokyo:
        "I don't see myself just suddenly stopping. Or very crazy things have to happen. But I will make up the balance. What else do I want? Where can I have fun? Can that back get a lot better? Thinking like that, I've never had to do that. Everyone always asked: how long will you continue? I had no idea. But now it's different. I have to live with this back for the rest of my life too.”
        https://www.ad.nl/olympische-spelen/...egen~a3734482/

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        • Originally posted by MDelano View Post

          22C (72F) is not 'very cold' by any European standard. Nr. 2 ran a SB.

          Anyway she gave a very candid interview today in a Dutch newspaper discussing how she's struggling with her chronic back problems ('double hernia') and if she's considering calling it quits after Tokyo:
          "I don't see myself just suddenly stopping. Or very crazy things have to happen. But I will make up the balance. What else do I want? Where can I have fun? Can that back get a lot better? Thinking like that, I've never had to do that. Everyone always asked: how long will you continue? I had no idea. But now it's different. I have to live with this back for the rest of my life too.”
          https://www.ad.nl/olympische-spelen/...egen~a3734482/
          She's a superstar but a really hard time for Schippers and maybe if she was from another nation she might have retired by now but she's not got three women in front of her at home so she can keep going. Training and competition age is a thing. She's been an elite athlete for 12 years, starting out in the multis which are brutal on the body, and then the really unfortunate fall hurting her back. Her coach is pretty frank in his assessments of things so maybe it's not clicked yet this year and they'll try again for another winter together to see what they can do.

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          • Originally posted by MDelano View Post

            22C (72F) is not 'very cold' by any European standard. Nr. 2 ran a SB.

            l]
            it isn't. But it wasn't 22c when Schippers and co were running the 100m, and it was raining.

            If you really think that the conditions were conducive to quick running, well, I can't help you there.

            As for her back, it's clearly affecting her and she was lead out the blocks by most of the other women, including over 6ft tall Tara Jiya who ran 11.6 in the SF, showing she just cannot start well at all. In addition to her back, she apparently has a knee and hamstring issue!

            She coukd do with a year off, have whatever operation she needs, and come back fixed. There's no reason why if she can't get the injuries properly sorted she cannot get back to the elite she's still in her 20s

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            • Originally posted by trackfieldfan View Post
              Ptuj, SLO:
              mDT Čeh 69,52 m NR WU23R?
              Kuortane, FIN:
              70,35 WU23R NR

              Ståhl wins with 70,55.
              Last edited by trackfieldfan; 06-26-2021, 01:15 PM.

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              • Stahl takes it back with 70.55!

                Vetter soon.

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                • wJT Barber 60.05

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                  • Originally posted by ceil View Post
                    Vetter soon.
                    thru 3 rds

                    Vetter 93.59

                    307-0

                    Walcott 89.12 SB
                    Chopra 86.79
                    Last edited by Atticus; 06-26-2021, 02:27 PM.

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                    • Femke Bol broke her 200m PB in the semis at the Dutch Nationals, 23.21 (previous best was 23.40). Klaver won the race in 23.18, and despite leading off the turn, I don't think she liked the tight lane 3. She also looked tired at the end.

                      The final will.be run tomorrow.

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                      • French Champs in Angers : Belocian 13.15 PB, Manga 13.24 PB, Olympic bronze medallist Bascou further back in 4th with 13.47 SB.

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                        • Italian Champs

                          Dal Molin 13.27 (+1.2)....New National Record. The first chrono appeared live was 13.41, then "rounded" to 13.27...
                          Fofana 13.42 PB
                          Perini 13.59

                          Bogliolo won the female race with 12.90
                          Windy 7.94 for Randazzo in the long jump.
                          70.34 for Fantini in the Hammer throw. She should use as her second score in the ranking.

                          Scotti wins 400 (46.13), ahead of Aceti (46.21), Re (46.27) and Lopez (46.31)
                          Mangione wins with 52.09. Chigbolou (52.90) and Lukudo (52.95) follow.

                          Men 100: Jacobs 10.01
                          Women 100: Bongiorni 11.27
                          Last edited by ItalianFan; 06-26-2021, 06:06 PM.

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                          • Bahamian National Championships being streamed each day here: https://www.youtube.com/c/kermitetaylor/videos

                            Live Results: http://tekresults.net/index.php/live...xiZ2IzZ8cUKwyE

                            SMU:
                            200m - Heats - 24.06 (-2.2) jogging
                            400m - Finals - 50.48

                            Steven Gardiner
                            400m - 44.52
                            Last edited by ATK; 06-27-2021, 04:36 AM.

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                            • Originally posted by ItalianFan View Post
                              Italian Champs

                              Dal Molin 13.27 (+1.2)....New National Record. The first chrono appeared live was 13.41, then "rounded" to 13.27...
                              Fofana 13.42 PB
                              Perini 13.59
                              Maybe Dal Molin dipped under the beam?

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                              • Originally posted by Trickstat View Post

                                Maybe Dal Molin dipped under the beam?
                                yes, they say it clocked Fofana's arrival.

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