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  • LuckySpikes
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    There's a load of track, road racing and even some mountain running action on the free live streams this weekend. All the deets, links and my teaser notes via https://forum.athleticsweekly.com/fo...2347#post52347

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Originally posted by TN1965 View Post

    Without 3000, this schedule would be easier than the one at the Nationals, where she had only 75 min between 800 and 5000. And she smoked the field with a 61 second final lap there. So she would have to run 3000 if she wants more challenge. On the other hand, it could be a great opportunity to go for a new PB if the two Kenyans are willing to push the pace.
    I can confirm from the startlists that she's "only" doing the 1500 & 5000.

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  • TN1965
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    Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
    More Nozomi Tanaka news! She's entered in 4 events - 800, 1500, 3000 & 5000 - at the two-day Athletics Challenge Cup in Niigata this weekend, a Continental Tour Bronze meeting. I wonder if she does all 4? She's run 3 events in the same day before ...

    If she did all 4 her timetable would be:
    Saturday
    2.50pm - 800m
    4pm - 3000m (she can take it easier here since the field isn't great)
    6.10pm - 5000m
    Sunday
    2.55pm - 1500m

    The 5000 should be good with Ririka Hironaka and a couple of good young Kenyans also.

    Entry lists - third link on top row under "INFORMATION" at https://athletics-challenge.jp/
    Without 3000, this schedule would be easier than the one at the Nationals, where she had only 75 min between 800 and 5000. And she smoked the field with a 61 second final lap there. So she would have to run 3000 if she wants more challenge. On the other hand, it could be a great opportunity to go for a new PB if the two Kenyans are willing to push the pace.

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  • br
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    18 year-old Brazilian Renan Gallina (https://www.cbat.org.br/novo/curricu...registro=71992) ran his 200m semi-final at the South American u23 Champs today in Cascavel, Brazil (elevation 2562' / 781m) in a windy 20.16w.

    Running in lane 4.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBcbRLVc0bw&t=8505s

    On Sept. 18, he set the South American u20 and u23, record running 20.12 in Cuiabá, Brazil.

    https://tarobanews-com.translate.goo...n&_x_tr_pto=sc
    Last edited by br; Yesterday, 04:27 PM.

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  • ZazaShoya
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    Franco Florio (22) beat the +20 years old Argentinian record in the 100m with 10.11 in the South American u23 Champs (2nd behind Felipe Cardoso of Brazil 10.08).
    He's a former rugby 7s player who even played for the National Team before focusing on the sprint.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    More Nozomi Tanaka news! She's entered in 4 events - 800, 1500, 3000 & 5000 - at the two-day Athletics Challenge Cup in Niigata this weekend, a Continental Tour Bronze meeting. I wonder if she does all 4? She's run 3 events in the same day before ...

    If she did all 4 her timetable would be:
    Saturday
    2.50pm - 800m
    4pm - 3000m (she can take it easier here since the field isn't great)
    6.10pm - 5000m
    Sunday
    2.55pm - 1500m

    The 5000 should be good with Ririka Hironaka and a couple of good young Kenyans also.

    Entry lists - third link on top row under "INFORMATION" at https://athletics-challenge.jp/
    Last edited by LuckySpikes; 09-28-2022, 02:36 PM.

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  • Awsi Dooger
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    Amina Maatoug got off to a strong start at Duke. I'm not surprised by that. She is very scrappy:

    https://goduke.com/news/2022/9/19/cr...-the-week.aspx

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  • NotDutra5
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    Originally posted by TN1965 View Post

    I think the issue with Tanaka is not so much about how many races she wants to run overseas (she wants to race many), but what kind of races she gets invited into. She ran a 3000m (and won comfortably) at a Continental Tour in Italy early this month. But maybe she is not fast enough to get invited to as many DL races as she wants to. She has a corporate sponsor but doesn't really belong to a "team" so I think her sponsor allows a lot of latitude regarding her schedule.
    As a sub 4min 1500m runner she should be getting invited to some big time events through 5000m. Her 5000m pb should be faster and likely isn't at least in part because she hasn't been in a competition to get her there.

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  • TN1965
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    Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
    Nozomi Tanaka set a 1.3s PB in finishing 2nd in the 5000 today at the Japanese Corporate Championships with 14:58.60. Margaret Akidor (KEN) won in 14:57.81.

    Judging by Nozomi's 62/63s last lap she can go faster still. She's shown signs this late summer of spreading her wings by racing more abroad, so hopefully she decides to get in a DL 5000 next year. If so, Ririka Hironaka's NR of 14:52.87 will be in danger (if mega-talent 19yo Seira Fuwa doesn't get there first!). Fuwa is on the comeback trail after getting an achilles injury in February - 2 weeks ago she won her first serious race since then, a 32:55 10,000.​
    I think the issue with Tanaka is not so much about how many races she wants to run overseas (she wants to race many), but what kind of races she gets invited into. She ran a 3000m (and won comfortably) at a Continental Tour in Italy early this month. But maybe she is not fast enough to get invited to as many DL races as she wants to. She has a corporate sponsor but doesn't really belong to a "team" so I think her sponsor allows a lot of latitude regarding her schedule.

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  • Jacksf
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    Some interesting results being reported via Carles Baronet's Trackinsun newsletter:

    Beijing 17.9.2022
    LJ 1 Zhang Jingqiang 8.28​

    Shanghai 3.9.2022
    110mh u18 (0,91m) (1.6) 1 Chen Yuanjiang 13.12;
    Last edited by Jacksf; 09-26-2022, 03:27 AM.

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  • Atticus
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    In Transylvania (bwahaha!) today, Brasov Running Festival 10K
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    1 Nicholas Kipkorir Kimeli KEN 26:51
    2 Weldon Langat KEN 26:55
    3 Isaac Kibet Ndiema KEN 26:55

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Nozomi Tanaka set a 1.3s PB in finishing 2nd in the 5000 today at the Japanese Corporate Championships with 14:58.60. Margaret Akidor (KEN) won in 14:57.81.

    Judging by Nozomi's 62/63s last lap she can go faster still. She's shown signs this late summer of spreading her wings by racing more abroad, so hopefully she decides to get in a DL 5000 next year. If so, Ririka Hironaka's NR of 14:52.87 will be in danger (if mega-talent 19yo Seira Fuwa doesn't get there first!). Fuwa is on the comeback trail after getting an achilles injury in February - 2 weeks ago she won her first serious race since then, a 32:55 10,000.​
    Last edited by LuckySpikes; 09-25-2022, 08:22 AM.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    The Japanese Ekiden season starts tomorrow and kicks off with a nice one on YouTube - live streaming link, details and teaser notes via https://forum.athleticsweekly.com/fo...2320#post52320

    There'll be a load of Ekidens on the live streams over the next 4 months or so, quite a few of them televised and so treated to the fantastic TV coverage of road races they do in Japan. Most of these Ekidens start in the morning or around midday in Japan so they're at an ideal time - mid to late evening - for viewers in the US.

    Bookmark that thread linked above if you want to stay in touch with when they're all happening!​

    Many of you may already know that Ekidens are a massive deal in Japan and a huge matter of honour with athletes giving their all for the team whatever the situation. If you're in any doubt, check out this short video from 4 years ago - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QxNz5kOzAc
    Last edited by LuckySpikes; 09-22-2022, 07:52 PM.

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  • Atticus
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    Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
    The 2023 World Indoor Tour calendar is up
    This year there were 5 meetings in January. Next year there will be 16 in January!​​
    Bronze and above
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    21 JAN 2023 Jablonec CZE Bronze
    22 JAN 2023 CMCM LUX Bronze
    24 JAN 2023 Tampere FIN Bronze
    25 JAN 2023 Aarhus DEN Bronze
    25 JAN 2023 Cottbus GER Bronze
    27 JAN 2023 Karlsruhe GER Gold
    28 JAN 2023 Kladno CZE Bronze
    28 JAN 2023 Nantes FRA Bronze
    28 JAN 2023 Lyon FRA Bronze
    28 JAN 2023 Manchester GBR Silver
    29 JAN 2023 Düsseldorf GER Silver
    30 JAN 2023 Stockholm SWE Bronze
    31 JAN 2023 Hvěz v Nehv CZE Silver

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Not 2022 nor Outdoor ...

    The 2023 World Indoor Tour calendar is up - 44 meetings expanded from 34 meetings in 2022. All except the Kallithea High Jump meeting are already established meetings.
    https://www.worldathletics.org/compe...ason=2022%2F23

    This year there were 5 meetings in January. Next year there will be 16 in January!​​

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