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  • Silesia 2021 Continental Tour - Sep 5th

    Start Lists: http://skolimowska.domtel-sport.pl/
    There were a few big names who scratched since World Athletics previewed the meet yesterday, but still good line ups

    W 100m: SAFP, Kambundji
    W 400m: McLeod, Swiety-Ersetic
    W 100mH: Amusan, Clemons, Tapper
    W400mH: Russell, Ryzhykova, Tkachuk
    W 1000m: Reekie
    W HJ: Levchenko
    W JT: Andrehczyk, Barber, Kolak
    W HT: Kopron, Tavernier, Fidorow

    M 200m: De Grasse
    M 400m: Cherry
    M 800m: Dobek, Saruni, Kinyamal, Tuka, Giles, Wightman
    M 110mH: Parchment, Allen
    M 400mH: Dos Santos, Copello
    M 3000m: El Bakkali, Worku, Iguider
    M HT: Nowicki, Fajdek, Henriksen, Winkler
    M DT: Dacres, Ceh, Gudzius, Malachowski
    M SP: Crouser, Kovacs, Walsh, Romani
    M PV: Lisek, Wojciechowski, Nilsen, Kendricks, Lightfoot, Obiena, Ludwig
    M JT: Vetter, Peters, Vesely, Katkavets
    M HJ: Tamberi, Nedasekau, Bondarenko, Ivanyuk

  • #2
    First 200m for Tortu since June 2019.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ATK View Post
      Start Lists: http://skolimowska.domtel-sport.pl/
      There were a few big names who scratched since World Athletics previewed the meet yesterday, but still good line ups

      W 100m: SAFP

      M 200m: De Grasse
      M 400m: Cherry
      M 400mH: Dos Santos
      M HT: Nowicki, Fajdek, Henriksen, Winkler
      M DT: Dacres, Ceh, Gudzius, Malachowski
      M SP: Crouser, Kovacs, Walsh
      M PV: Lisek, Wojciechowski, Nilsen, Kendricks, Lightfoot, Obiena, Ludwig
      M JT: Vetter, Peters, Vesely
      M HJ: Tamberi, Nedasekau, Ivanyuk
      All good, but the Americans should be on fumes by now.
      Malachowski's retirement ceremony?

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      • #4
        Kendricks back after missing Brussels.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Atticus View Post
          Malachowski's retirement ceremony?
          Yes, as well as Lićwinko's and Fiodorow's. Małachowski gets a special treatment, though, as someone who was friends with Kamila Skolimowska and the only one to have competed in all editions of the Memorial. There's supposed to be a special ceremony in which he will hand over the discus to his 7-year old son.
          Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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          • #6
            The Padova meeting starts half an hour before the end of the Chorzow meeting. Some good fields there, e.g., Bracy, Baker, Norman & Gatlin in the 100. S'CR in the women's.

            All the streaming deets, startlists etc via https://forum.athleticsweekly.com/fo...8450#post38450

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            • #7
              Silesia being streamed on World Athletics Youtube in certain countries internationally (starts 11:00am Eastern time)

              US has it available on Flotrack

              Other countries can find where to watch it here: https://worldathletics.org/competiti...-how-to-follow

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              • #8
                Ryan Crouser keeping things pretty "down to earth" with 22.39m and 22.23m along with 21.61m and 21.90m

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                • #9
                  How about the Pole in 2nd ... 18 year old! He was the Euro U20 runner-up, then 6th in Nairobi. Massive PR today.

                  Also impressed by Nnenya Hailey ... I remember her from way back in '11 when she won the World U18 400H in Lille as a prep. Today she gets a PR 54.21.

                  Pos Lane Bib Athlete Date Of Birth Club/Country Mark Rank
                  1 4 76 KINYAMAL Wycliffe 97-07-02 KENYA 1:44.63 MR 1
                  2 7 126 LEWALSKI Kacper 03-05-07 POLAND 1:44.84 PB 2
                  3 12 38 ROWDEN Daniel 97-09-09 GREAT BRITAIN 1:44.89 3
                  4 5 37 WEIGHTMAN Jake 94-07-11 GREAT BRITAIN 1:44.97 SB 4
                  5 9 74 SARUNI Michael 95-06-18 KENYA 1:45.04 5
                  6 2 43 GILES Elliot 94-05-26 GREAT BRITAIN 1:45.20 6
                  7 14 170 TECUCEANU Catalin 99-09-09 ROMANIA 1:45.45 7
                  8 3 26 BEN Adrian 98-08-04 SPAIN 1:45.69 8
                  9 10 35 TUAL Gabriel 98-04-09 FRANCE 1:45.86 9
                  10 1 75 KIPRUTO Collins 94-04-12 KENYA 1:46.10 10
                  11 13 82 ZAHAFI Mouad 98-05-09 MOROCCO 1:46.35 11
                  12 6 135 DOBEK Patryk 94-02-13 POLAND 1:46.65 12
                  13 11 73 NGENY Elias 96-05-04 KENYA 1:47.80 13
                  8 112 SIERADZKI Patryk 98-10-06 POLAND DNF


                  Last edited by steveu; 09-05-2021, 05:00 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Good run by Jake Wightman...bouncing back from Tokyo.

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                    • #11
                      Awesome to see the farewells with such fanfare. What a way to go out.

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                      • #12
                        Malachowski had a lot of fun today.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by jazzcyclist View Post
                          Malachowski had a lot of fun today.
                          And his son even more so
                          Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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