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  • Fill yer boots with free live streams this weekend ... All the deets & links, along with teaser notes via https://forum.athleticsweekly.com/fo...2522#post42522

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    • In Germany (Halle)

      wSP Ealey Chase 19,76 !
      wDT Pudenz Kristin 66,11
      wJT Hussong Christin 62,33

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      • Marileidy Paulino ran a World Leading 49.49 at the Ibero-American meet!!

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        • Oblique Seville
          9.86 +0.2w

          Elaine Thompson
          10.94 -1.8w

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          • Elaine came back to run a 22.55

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            • Originally posted by aaronk View Post
              Marileidy Paulino ran a World Leading 49.49 at the Ibero-American meet!!
              Yeah I think she's on target for Sub 49. Shaunae has a minor problem at this point. Still 48.3 is a long way.
              Apparently Ignorance is bliss

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              • Originally posted by t_monk View Post
                Elaine came back to run a 22.55
                Surprise she ran those back to back especially after she ran a 100 heat as well . A good day out for her nevertheless.
                Last edited by Mr Lover Lover; 05-22-2022, 12:53 AM.
                Apparently Ignorance is bliss

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                • Originally posted by t_monk View Post
                  Oblique Seville
                  9.86 +0.2w
                  Wow! If that time and wind are official, that's the first Jamaican sub-9.9 since Bolt in 2016.

                  EDIT: Yes it looks official. https://meetresults.athleticsja.org/...220521F002.htm

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                  Last edited by 18.99s; 05-22-2022, 01:38 AM.

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                  • Video of Seville's 9.86: https://youtu.be/8EE8EqkpSEU?t=110 (race starts at about 1:50)

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                    • Certainly Elaine's most impressive 100m run so far this season. Finally, we have a Jamaican contender on the men's side.

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                      • Originally posted by 18.99s View Post
                        2nd placer Conroy Jones is still 19 (turns 20 in July), and his 10.14 is a PB (previously 10.30).

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                        • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                          There's a 'little' meet (WCT Challenger, below Bronze) in Castligione, Italy, Sunday. Usually these are heavily domestic, but this one has a hidden gem.

                          In addition to Omanyala (100 WL in 9,90) in the 100/200, A Diaz in TJ, a good wHJ, Weir and Ponzio in mSP, it has my current curiosity fave . . .

                          Sasha Zhoya. He ran 12.72 over the 39s, and if he has adapted well to the 42s, he could actually vie for a medal in Eugene!! He turns 20 just before then. Reminds me of Skeets.
                          In his spare time, as a 17yo, he vaulted 5.56, over 18'.
                          He has also dabbled in the Dec.

                          https://www.castiglionemeeting.org/

                          Live streaming from Castiglione should be here (starting 16.30 Italian time)
                          https://www.atletica.tv

                          In the triple jump, other than Diaz, there will be also the Chinese including Zhu Yaming. Huang Changzhou is entered in the long jump.

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                          • Kambundji 11.17 and 22.83 this weekend, and will be in Eugene next weekend

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                            • Originally posted by Wiederganger View Post
                              Kambundji 11.17 and 22.83 this weekend, and will be in Eugene next weekend
                              Facing SAFP, SMU and Brittany Brown over 200m, which should be a very interesting race.

                              Kambunji and Brown were the silver and bronze medallists from Doha, but many devalued their accomplishment because so many big names pulled out, however both have run extremely well over shorter distances this year (Kambunji 6.96 over 60m, Brown 10.66w over 100m) and look set to better what they did in 2019. Sub-22 incoming for both?

                              SAFP vs SMU is a showdown of the best two 200m sprinters who probably won't run the event. SAFP has started the year in the form of her life and should do well here. SMU didn't look good at all in Doha, but was hampered by the wind, so this should give a much better indication of her current form. I wonder if plans to double could be made depending on what kind of performances they produce here.

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                              • Originally posted by 18.99s View Post
                                Video of Seville's 9.86: https://youtu.be/8EE8EqkpSEU?t=110 (race starts at about 1:50)
                                Seville looks about 12 years old. I expected the sub 10 but not the sub 9.9 yet. He got to the semis in Tokyo. I expect him to be a finalist in Eugene
                                why don't people pronounce vowels anymore

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