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  • Originally posted by Powell View Post

    She supposedly had a slight problem with her shoulder after that competition and wanted to make sure it doesn't get worse. With her losing 2 years due to a shoulder injury after Rio, I can't blame her for wanting to take precautions. At this point, it's totally unclear when she'll compete again. She actually hinted she might not do any competitions at all before Tokyo, but that's just one of the possibilities.
    She is planning to compete at the Monaco Diamond League on 9 July 2021. First champions confirmed for 2021 edition - Wanda Diamond League

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    • Westminster, CO
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      Lilly Nichols (2006) 4.05 NU16R
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      • Originally posted by ralmcg View Post

        She is planning to compete at the Monaco Diamond League on 9 July 2021. First champions confirmed for 2021 edition - Wanda Diamond League
        She's also entered in the NCs next week. Let's hope she does show up.
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        • Płock
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          Mateusz Kwaśniewski 81.21 PB
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          • Some good action in store at the Kusociński Memorial today. The start lists are at https://kusocinski.domtel-sport.pl/
            Tsegay supposedly attempting to set a WR in the 1500, but it's gotting to be really hot. Good for the sprints, but probably not so much for her.
            Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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            • Kusociński Memorial, Chorzów
              m800
              1 Patryk Dobek 1:43.73 WL PB (Polish no. 4 all-time)
              2 Jamie Webb GBR 1:44.14
              3 Elliot Giles GBR 1:44.20
              4 Marcin Lewandowski 1:44.31 SB
              5 Krzysztof Różnicki (2003) 1:44.51 NU20R Oly Q (improves Lewandowski's U20 mark by 2.18!), Polish no. 6 all-time
              6 Teddese Lemi ETH 1:44.65
              7 Jeff Riseley AUS 1:44.85
              8 Mateusz Borkowski 1:44.99
              12 Kacper Lewalski (2003) 1:46.72 (only 0.03 off the old NU20R)
              w1500
              1 Gudaf Tsegay ETH 3:54.01
              2 Hirut Meshesha ETH 3:59.43
              6 Martyna Galant 4:08.96
              mHT
              1 Paweł Fajdek 82.14
              2 Wojciech Nowicki 79.92
              3 Myhaylo Kokhan UKR 78.57
              4 Bence Halasz HUN 75.99
              5 Valeriy Pronkin ANA 75.91
              mPV
              1 Renaud Lavillenie FRA 5.92
              2 Valentin Lavillenie FRA 5.80
              3 Robert Sobera 5.70 SB
              4 Piotr Lisek 5.70 SB
              5 Paweł Wojciechowski 5.60 SB (did not take further attempts)
              w800
              1 Freweyni Hailu ETH 1:57.57
              2 Catriona Bisset AUS 1:58.09
              3 Renelle Lamote FRA 1:58.11
              4 Katharina Trost GER 1:58.68
              5 Angelika Sarna 1:59.72 PB (Polish no.9 all-time)
              6 Joanna Jóźwik 2:01.35 (first individual race of the season)
              w400
              1 Beatrice Masilingi NAM 49.88
              2 Roxana Gomez CUB 50.76
              3 Justyna Święty-Ersetic 51.04 (first individual race of the season)
              4 Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik 51.45 SB
              5 Iga Baumgart-Witan 51.92 SB
              7 Kornelia Lesiewicz (2003) 52.19 PB
              wHT
              1 Malwina Kopron 74.93
              2 Anita Włodarczyk 73.59
              3 Reka Gyuratz HUN 70.73
              4 Joanna Fiodorow 70.58
              7 Katarzyna Furmanek 69.65
              m400
              1 Isaac Makwala BOT 44.47
              2 Karol Zalewski 45.14 SB
              3 Kajetan Duszyński 45.51 PB
              w100 (+0.7)
              1 GIna Bass GAM 11.17
              2 Ewa Swoboda 11.20 (first race of the season)
              m100 (+0.2)
              1 Lamont Jacobs ITA 10.06
              2 Ebrima Camara GAM 10.16
              3 Arthur Cisse CIV 10.25
              4 Remigiusz Olszewski 10.29 SB
              m110H (-0.1)
              1 Wilhelm Belocian FRA 13.35
              2 Damian Czykier 13.46
              w100H (+0.3)
              1 Marthe Koala BUR 12.86
              2 Pia Skrzyszowska 12.90
              3 Klaudia Siciarz 12.92
              wHJ
              1 Eleanor Patterson AUS 1.96
              2 Alessia Trost ITA 1.93
              mSP
              1 Michał Haratyk 20.73
              2 Kyle Blignaut RSA 20.61
              3 Jakub Szyszkowski 19.89
              mDT
              1 Bartłomiej Stój 64.34 SB
              2 Piotr Małachowski 63.99 SB
              Last edited by Powell; 06-20-2021, 08:19 PM.
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              • As sensational as Różnicki's 1:44.51 was in itself, the way in which he did it made it even more impressive. He was way behind up until 600 meters. He ran a significant negative split - by my reckoning, his first lap was around 52.7. And his final 200 was by far the fastest of the entire field, including Dobek.

                He will now face a dilemma on whether to go to Tokyo or to stay focused on the U20 champs, as he had originally planned. The U20 Euros are about 2 weeks before the OG, the U20 Worlds some 2 weeks after, so I can't see him doing all three. But if he does decide for Tokyo, that will mean Kszczot is almost certainly out of the Olympic team.
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                • Another note Roznicki . . . his date of birth is August 29th, 2003!
                  That means that he just ran 1:44.51 at the age of 17! Sensational!

                  Is that an age group record?

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                  • Originally posted by Powell View Post
                    As sensational as Różnicki's 1:44.51 was in itself, the way in which he did it made it even more impressive. He was way behind up until 600 meters. He ran a significant negative split - by my reckoning, his first lap was around 52.7. And his final 200 was by far the fastest of the entire field, including Dobek.

                    He will now face a dilemma on whether to go to Tokyo or to stay focused on the U20 champs, as he had originally planned. The U20 Euros are about 2 weeks before the OG, the U20 Worlds some 2 weeks after, so I can't see him doing all three. But if he does decide for Tokyo, that will mean Kszczot is almost certainly out of the Olympic team.
                    I don't see how Kszczot can even be considered for the Polish team, as he is having a terrible year.
                    I don't know what is up with him, but he came in last in this race in 1:47.20.
                    There are currently 6 Poles who have run faster than him this year.

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                    • Originally posted by Jacksf View Post

                      I don't see how Kszczot can even be considered for the Polish team, as he is having a terrible year.
                      I don't know what is up with him, but he came in last in this race in 1:47.20.
                      There are currently 6 Poles who have run faster than him this year.
                      Yeah, but Lewandowski and Rozmys will most likely do the 1500 only (the schedule doesn't really allow for doubling). If Różnicki opts out of Tokyo, there will only be 3 guys with Olympic qualification in the 800 left, so Kszczot will go. Not that I expect him to make any impact in the OG.
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                      • Originally posted by Jacksf View Post
                        Another note Roznicki . . . his date of birth is August 29th, 2003!
                        That means that he just ran 1:44.51 at the age of 17! Sensational!

                        Is that an age group record?
                        It's a European age-17 best. Borzakovski and Burgin are the only European U20s to have run faster and neither of them came close to that mark before their 18th birthday. But there have certainly been faster Africans.
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                        • I also noticed Kacper Lewalski, who ran 1:46.72 in this race, just turned 18 yrs old last month.
                          It seems that Poland will continue to have strong 800m runners for years to come!

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                          • Originally posted by Jacksf View Post
                            I don't see how Kszczot can even be considered for the Polish team, as he is having a terrible year.
                            He can just explain he's still in heavy training and when properly rested, he will be ready to go! (which is not probably far from the truth - this ain't his first row-dayo!)

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                            • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                              He can just explain he's still in heavy training and when properly rested, he will be ready to go! (which is not probably far from the truth - this ain't his first row-dayo!)
                              But he's been running badly all season - and his indoor season was not that great, either.
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                              • Karlstad
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                                2 Piotr Lisek 5.50
                                Failed 3 times at 5.70. The conditions were reportedly very poor, although Mondo still cleared 6.00
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